Romanian Point Lace- two types of double cord

About 5 mm wide,this type of cord can be used to do the petals of flowers as is full but not to wide.

This cord is double, reported to the narrow one,  already presented  here  very well by sunshineharbaugh.

Abbreviations

Ch- chain

sc = single crochet

sl st- slip stitch

TL- turn left

Double cord 1: Ch3 loose ,Round one: 1sc in ch2 from hooh, 1 sc in  ch3 from hook, TL,

Round two: skip first ch,1sc in next ch only front loop, 1sc in 2 edge threads, TL

Repeat round 2 to desired length.

double cord 1 crocheted in Romanian point lace

double  cord 1 Romanian Point lace

Double cord 2: Ch3 loose ,Round one: 1sc in ch2 from hooh, 1 sc in  ch3 from hook, TL,

Round two: skip first ch,1sc in next ch ,both loops, 1sc in 2 edge threads, TL

Repeat round 2 to desired length.

double cord 2 crocheted in Romanian point Lace

double cord 2 Romanian point lace

The difference between 1 and 2 is the way you make the middle sc (A-only front loop, B both loops ) first one will make a rounder, full cord on the middle and the second one a cord plate but with same width(blue stripe in foto is about 11mm wide).

double cord type 2 crocheted romanian point lace

double cord type 2 romanian point lace

 

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6 responses to “Romanian Point Lace- two types of double cord

  1. Tamara

    Love to do the cord, but what is the edge thread

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  2. Anonymous

    Hi trying to do the cord, what is the edge thread

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  3. Margaret

    Thank you for this. I love the Romanian cords and the diverse ways in which they can be used in jewelry making.

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  5. I`ll do a foto or something. Thanks for interest

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  6. Susan Fohr

    Thank you for your blog. It would be very helpful if you would post a photo of placement of crochet hook into “front loop” or “both loops.” I am trying to understand this.

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