For those who love hand made lace.
There is a group on facebook dedicated to freeform crochet. There is also a crochet group on ravelry which has a monthly exploration of traditional motifs taken from several old books with expired copyrights. Both places might provide ideas about motif sources.
You might have to join before seeing their content. Both are free to join.
Hi Dawn! I don't use patterns, I get ideas from Pinterest and UTUBE, then I cook up my own. No two flowers look exactly the same as I usually forget what I did previously. I do a lot of Freeform crochet which also means no pattern. Have a look at my Pinterest boards which have a lot of inspiration to do your own thing! Hope this helps you xx ps. Irish crochet methods also will help you on your way!
I want to make one of these. Do you know where to get a pattern?
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