This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds for Bruges Lace. From stunning shawls to napkin rings – you can create delicate lace projects using a lovely crochet technique that’s sure to please the fussiest!
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#1: Bruges Lace Shawl
The Bruges Lace Shawl by Elaine Phillips on Ravelry is such a pretty spring shawl you just have to stitch it in time for Easter. The lace is worked in U-shaped strips that are worked back and forth for the length of the shawl – in one word; stunning!
#2: Pompeii Mobius
The Pompeii Mobius by Kristin Omdahl on Ravelry shows just how delicate this technique is when worked in a lovely Mobius! In this instance Kristin uses a pretty stitch pattern within the Bruges strips that sets it off to perfection! Talk about spring; it’s perfect for every celebration this coming season!
#3: Late Summer Bruge Scarf
The Late Summer Bruge Scarf by Susanne W. on Ravelry is so pretty that I could definitely see myself wearing it on a cool and balmy summer evening. But just as easily, all year long! I love the use of colors worked in stripes!
#4: Bruges Lace Napkin Ring
The Bruges Lace Napkin Ring by Pia Thadani on Ravelry is a great way to try Bruges lace for the first time! This sweet napkin ring is just as cute as can be and I imagine if molded, it would be delightful with crochet flowers depicting spring and/or Easter for the most beautiful table setting ever!
#5: Bruges Lace Beaded Bracelet
The Bruges Lace Beaded Bracelet by Elaine Phillips on Ravelry shows another unique way to use Bruges lace in jewelry. Adding beads – just takes this wonderful art a step further. Wouldn’t this bracelet look lovely with one of the scarves!
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