Simple stitches make a lace scarf that drapes on the bias. Instructions are given in both written and charted format, using US terminology (a version with UK terminology is in the works). The open lace sections are reminiscent of the 4-petaled Hortensia flowers, commonly called hydrangeas.
Originally published in Knitscene, this headband pattern includes instructions for using food coloring to dye the headband after the squares and triangles have been crocheted, creating beautiful color blends. An easy project, safe and fun for kids!