Romanian Point Lace Crochet Cord Tutorial
Romanian Point Lace Cord is simply gorgeous! It is also very functional and versatile. You can use it on its own or as a part of crochet lace and needle embroidery. It’s a great decorative element to use in garments, in free-form crochet, or to make jewelry, belts, ties, button fasteners, straps and more!
It’s easy to modify the thickness of the cord for different projects by using a thick or thin yarn with a suitable size hook size.
Why not make a bracelet to practice your new skill? Just pick your yarn and work Romanian Point Lace Cord until you reach the desired length (be sure to leave a long yarn tail at the beginning). Fasten off, leaving a long yarn tail at the end as well. Use a tapestry needle for stringing a few beads onto the yarn tails and tie a knot on each side of the bracelet to secure beads. Trim off the yarn tips by the knots. Wrap the bracelet around your wrist, tie the ends and enjoy!
Romanian Point Lace Cord is loved by modern fiber artists around the world. While possibilities are endless, here are a few of my design ideas for your inspiration.
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Thank you very much. Great tutorial.
You are very welcome, glad you liked it.