CORRECTION: Textured Crochet Lace

Textured Crochet LaceCORRECTION: I have discovered  a major error in my book Textured Crochet Lace… the instructions for Edging Individual Squares  was omitted when published…

My sincere apologies  to everyone who has purchased the book & therefore been confused about the edging & may even have abandoned their project…

I’m mortified! How do these things happen, but they do… even after intense proof-reading & editors checking… goes to show that nothing is perfect….

Hopefully, this post will rectify this major mistake to some degree…

The instructions for edging individual squares are as follows:

Round 1: with right side facing & continuing with working colour, 1 ch, work 3 dc (US: sc) in same st [place marker in middle st, corner made], * work 29 dc (US: sc) evenly spaced to next corner st, dc (US: sc) in corner st, repeat around square, join with ss in first dc (US: sc), do not finish off – 128dc (US: sc)

Round 2: continuing with working colour, 1 ch, dc (US: sc) in same st and in each st across to next corner st, * dc (US: sc) in corner st, dc (US: sc) in each st across to next corner st, repeat from * around, join with ss in first dc (US: sc) , finish off – 136 dc (US: sc)

Please contact me if you have any questions… Renate

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About rensfibreart

Australian Freeform Fibre Artist, Craft teacher & Author
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2 Responses to CORRECTION: Textured Crochet Lace

  1. rensfibreart says:

    Thank you, Rebecca, that’s very kind of you,… I pride myself with accurate patterns & instructions, so it’s distressing to have missed such an obvious mistake… but there it is, nevertheless, life goes on… good luck with your project… enjoy! 🙂

  2. Rebecca Newton says:

    thank you, how nice of your to worry about this mistake – how many times have recipe’s been wrong, I’ve seen a Victoria Sponge cake recipe without any flour!
    It’s a lovely book and well written – and this little nudge will make me get started on a project.

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