If you've never done broomstick lace before, you may want to reference our Basic Broomstick Lace tutorial.
1. Begin with a broomstick lace shell with an even number of single crochets worked in the loops. Our example shows 6 loops with 6 single crochets worked in them.
2. Cast all the stitches onto the knitting needle.
3. Take half the loops from that shell of the knitting needle. Our shell had 6 single crochets, so we will remove 3 loops from the knitting needle.
4. Work the same number of single crochets in the loops as you would for a full shell. In this case, we worked 6 single crochets in the 3 loops.
5. Remove the remaining loops for that shell from the knitting needle.
6. Repeat step 4 for the remaining loops. You now have 2 broomstick lace loops made from 1 broomstick lace loop.
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