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I love hairpin lace- however finding patterns has been difficult- I live in the south and find the airy ness good for down here. I have found several pattern sites from Brazil and was wondering if anyone else had ideas on this. I currently have some friends down there who are suppose to be brining me back some patterns by Helen Mareth using the double fork. Any help on this subject is greatly appreciated.

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Love the look of the projects in the pics! I have very little experience with hairpin lace, in fact I'm just now working on a project for the first time, lol. I found a few vintage shawl/wrap patterns that I liked but the pattern I decided to start with was this one: http://www.bhookedcrochet.com/2014/08/01/hairpin-lace-infinity-scarf-free-crochet-pattern-video-tutorial/

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I think the newest Crochet World Magazine has one or two hairpin lace patterns.  One was a vest and I can't remember what the other one was.  Maybe a shawl???

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Welcome to the 'Ville. 

Have you checked out the list of patterns on CPC yet? Quite a few on there.

Older patterns here.

Links on Moogly.com.

Baby Blanket

Hope you find something you like.

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Here is a Ravelry search for hairpin lace patterns.  Not all are free, some are for purchase as a single pattern, some list the magazine or book the pattern appeared in so you can search ebay etc. to purchase an original copy.  I'm not sure if this works for non-Ravelry members, but at the left side there are filters so you can search on free, or yarn weight, etc.

 

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/search#sort=best&craft=crochet&query=hairpin lace

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There are more hairpin patters then I thought. I also live in the south, going to have to make more of them.

Edited by Ann Le Roy

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