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for your next trip abroad. Then, once your tickets CoverPhotographySteve Sayers
are booked, whip up a wardrobe for your holiday PhotographyDave Caudery, SteveSayers,Jesse Wilde
with a fun colourblock cardigan from page 26, a lace
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ready shawls from page 49 or 64. Happy travels!
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Here comes the party!

It’s nearly festival season, so now’s the time to start updating your wardrobe with on-trend crochet tops, dresses and
more. Luckily, the new Festival X Sirdar Stories collection has you covered, with 15 contemporary crochet pieces that
will really make you stand out. Each is worked in Sirdar Stories cotton-blend yarn. Find out more at www.sirdar.com

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LET’S GROW
W This is artist Flow
Maugran’s‘Ancestree,’
a 10m-high crochet
sculpture that
currently resides in
the Millenium Centre
in Cardiff. Inspired by
West African baobab
trees, Ancestree has
served as an ethereal
centrepiece for
several exhibitions
and workshops in the
centre over the past
year.The sisal rope
MADE FOR PEACEtreerepresentsthe
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multi-cultural history
Oh baby of Cardiff Bay. Find out We’re so impressed! The indie designer
more about Flow’s community on LoveCrafts has come together
crochet art at www. to raise money for Ukranian refugees
flowmaugran.com or through an amazing collection of crochet
visit @flowmaugran and knitting patterns. When you purchase
on Instagram. one of these designs, 100% of the proceeds
go to the charity Choose Love and will be
used to provide food, medical care, shelter,
clothes, legal support and more to the more
than two million people fleeing Ukraine. In
the collection, you’ll find blankets, tops, toys,
vests, shawls and more. You can also choose
to donate money directly to the charity, if
you prefer, via a link on the LoveCrafts
website. For more details and to check out
the selection of Choose Love patterns for
yourself, visit www.lovecrafts.com

Soft, machine washable and easy to care
for – the new Rico Baby Cotton Soft DK is
everything you could want when making
summer clothing and blankets for tiny
tots. It’s available in several soft and
gender-neutral shades, including the
printed variations pictured here. The yarn
is a super soft and fine cotton blend,
consisting of 50% acrylic and 50% cotton
– just the thing to go easy on baby’s skin.
It creates a lightweight and breathable
fabric that will keep babies cool yet
protected during warm days in the sun.
Though the yarn is fairly easy to care for,
avoid the tumble dryer, dry all garments
flat and use a cool iron to get out any
creases. To locate your local stockist, visit
Rico Design online at www.rico-design.de

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through the front loop of the first stitch and
IHNOVWISITBOLEMDAEKCERAENASE immediately through the front loop of the KAWAII CUDDLERS &
next stitch. Yarn-round-hook (yrh) and pull the ACCESSORIES
I’m Nerissa, an Australian expat loop up through both front loops, then yrh
in the Netherlands. I grew up and pull through two loops. DONNA BEAVERS
on a farm in South Australia, so sheep and (£9.99,Annie’s)
wool are in my DNA. I was taught to knit and You can actually apply this method to any Learn to make seven
spin as a child, and I think I learned to stitch. It works just as well with half trebles and snuggly characters for little
crochet by osmosis. Over the years I have trebles; the key is to insert the hook through ones with this adorable
developed all sorts of little tricks to level up only the front loops of the two stitches you book, plus two simple blankets and a crochet
my crochet skills quickly and easily, and want to decrease into one. basket. The cuddlers, which include a dog, a cat,
I cannot wait to share them with you. These a bee and more, should be just the right size for
tips will all help to make you a better For a half treble (htr): Yrh, insert hook in children at 33-43cm (13-17in). Plus, they’re put
crocheter with very little effort! front loop (fl) of next stitch (st) and fl of next together in a simple ‘rag doll style’, meaning
The invisible decrease is a great little tool to st, yrh and pull up loop through both front they’re super easy to make up once you’ve
have in your back pocket, especially when loops, yrh, pull through 3 loops. finished hooking all the various components.
making amigurumi. I think it gives amigurumi
toys and decorations a super professional For a treble (Tr): Yrh, insert hook in fl of 100 CROCHET TILES
finish – and isn’t that what we all want? The next st and fl of next st, yrh and pull up a loop
traditional decrease creates a visible bump in through both front loops, (yrh, pull through 2 SARAH CALLARD
your work, whereas if you work the invisible loops) twice. And that’s it. Enjoy! (£16.99, David & Charles)
decrease, your work will appear smooth. That For more on Nerissa follow her on Instagram Decorativeceramictilesand
means that it will actually be difficult to even at @miss__neriss and Facebook at madeby crochetareamatchmade
see where the decrease has been worked. MissNeriss, find her patterns at the nerissa-muijs inheaven.Thesymmetrcial
Here’s how to create the invisible decrease Ravelry store or visit www.missneriss.com tilestranslateperfectlyinto
NEXT ISSUE Standing start (beginning crochetsquares,andcanbemadewithinstaria,
a new colour) overlay, moasaic or tapestry crochet. In addition
to the 100 tile patterns, the book includes eight
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Barbara Fegan, West Lothian Caitie Moore, Carol Ibbetson and others inside.
Sarah Reed, Birmingham
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KERRY LORD
(£16.99,Pavilion)
The popular canine book
from TOFT is back with
15 extra dogs to hook,
including a Boston Terrier, a British Bulldog,
a King Charles Spaniel, an Australian Cattle Dog
and more for a total of 65 beginner-friendly
pups to make. The book also includes step-by-
step instructions and information on how to
customise your project so that it looks just like
your own favourite four-legged friend.

ENGLISH PAPER
PIECING WORKSHOP

JENNY JACKSON
(£16.99, David & Charles)
Make your very own
colourful geometric quilts
with English paper piecing
(EPP), a method that helps you achieve sharp
points and accurate piecing. Inside, you’ll find
18 eclectic projects for your home, as well as
various techniques and lots of information on
how to put your new-found skills to work. You’ll
be making massive EPP quilts in no time!

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the romantic, country-
style projects in Stitch
& Story’s Gardenscape
collection.You can
choose between four
sweet garden-themed
crochet patterns by
Natalia McHayle,
including the Terrace
Crochet Shawl, the
Rose Garden Raglan

Fd Yr OrGTop,theParterre

Crochet Handbag
(pictured here) or the
Wild Bloom Crochet
Cardigan. Each one Walcot Yarns’ new line, Origin, has arrived! The
would look right at luxurious worsted-weight yarn is 50% merino
home in the outdoors, and 50% Peruvian highland wool and boasts
whether at a picnic or a great deal of bounce and stitch definition,
in the garden. Check making it a great and hard-wearing choice
them all out at www. for clothing and accessories. Consisiting of 12
stitchandstory.com contemporary shades with evocative names

like Spruce, Hippy Heart, Pacific and Grape
Blossom, the yarn line recalls the company
owner’s childhood in Oregon. She found
inspiration for the yarns in her memories of
the festivals and wide-open spaces that she
explored in her youth, as well as of happy days
spent knitting in her childhood home. Each
100g skein costs £20 and is hand-wash only,
and you’ll need to lay items flat to dry. To find
out more about Origin, or to pick up a skein or
two for yourself, visit www.walcotyarns.com

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Veranita by Qing Fibre is pure luxury – the Who’s in charge? Cath and John.
lace-weight yarn is one of the softest yarns Where can we find you? Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire.
out there, made from 79% Cashmere and What is your shop like? We pride ourselves in supplying
21% silk. It has a beautiful halo that looks a great customer experience, even when customers aren’t
fantastic on lightweight garments.The able to visit the shop due to government restrictions.
super-uy yarn is also a great alternative What are your most popular products? The economical
for mohair or suri alpaca yarn. Each 25g yarns, which we get through good-quality brands, are very
skein costs £27.50 – visit www.qingbre.com popular. We also get a lot of people in who enjoy our
to get yours and to view the whole range. fabric and habersdashery selection.
What support do you offer? We have some swatches
made up from our own stock that can help you make
your selection when you come to visit.
1 Bradford Road, Cleckheaton,
West Yorkshire, BD19 5AG
Telephone 01274 873279
Visit online at www.twistandpurl.co.uk, Instagram at
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Earrings
Olympic Diver Tom Daley
has already released his Lentdreanndeyacrraoncdhehtoeoakrruinpgsso!me
new collection, and this
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Love by Tom Daley: 1896 earrings fromRedBirdFiberArtsonEtsy.For
After kicking off the first annual Buxton Part II is a delightful mix of amoresubtle look,stitchtheentireearring in
Wool Gathering in 2019,the show has home- and headwear kits one solidcolour.Thepatterncosts£1.43.
been online-only for the past two years, stitched in easy-to-work The
but no longer! The Peak District wool Chunky One yarn (Tom’s 2 MUCH MUSHROOM
festival is returning from 7-8 May in the personal yarn of choice). This crochet kit from
grand Octagon Room in the centre of Nearly all of the designs LakeViewMaker
Buxton. Over 50 exhibitors will be in are beginner-friendly, and comes with all you
attendence, offering hand-dyed yarn, prices range from £15 for the need to make these
hand-crafted items, useful advice and Super Snug Mug Cosy to the Fairy Mushroom
more. Visit www.buxtonwool.co.uk to £230 Crochet You Stay Large Earrings! Find the
find out more and get your tickets. Do Blanket. Find out more at £12kit on Etsy or the
you fancy attending the event for free www.bytomdaley.com £3.99 pattern at
with a friend? Just send an email to lakeviewmaker.com
[email protected] with your Crochet community
name and contact details before 1 May, COLD AS ICE ALL PUFFED UP
2022, to be in with the chance of winning Sekvilelnsts& Welcome summer Show a little pride
one of five free pairs of day tickets. with the handmade with this fun set of
23 APR Crochet Workshop for Beginners Cute Crochet Ice Puff Rainbow
£45, Ilkley Cream Hanging Earrings by Divine
Earrings hooked by Debris! Get the
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21 MAY BeginnersCrochetWorkshop make for yourself.
Get the pattern for
£30, Norfolk £2.14on Etsy or for
www.themercerie.co.uk free at www.
21 MAY Amigurumi Beginners Workshop
5crochetbycolleen.
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ON THE MAP

Which country is your dream destination?
Manifest your next big holiday with a little ag,
or make one each time you visit a new location.

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The reat cape
travGele-ftrireenaddlyyfmoratkheestfroipr aollfyaoliufertinimteernwaittihonaafluandsveetnotuf res
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THE WORLD IN YOUR POCKET

Keep your travel necessities with you at
all times when you pop this little world
map purse in your carry-on luggage. It’s
just the right size for your passport, too!

IN ALL THE LAND

The continents of Africa, South America
and Australia are outlined in delicate let
stitches as a subtle nod to travel in this
clever coral, yellow and green blanket.

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PLANES, BOATS AND AUTOMOBILES

Pack your bags – it’s time to head out
on the open road! No matter your mode
of transportation, you’ll need this big,
beautiful backpack for your belongings.

LUGGAGE CLAIM

Mark your territory with a luggage tag
that will really stand out on the conveyor
belt. You’ll be able to spot it even in the
busiest of international airports.

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FLAGS a Basic Flag pattern written first. Countries’ throughout.
Flags refer to this pattern, referencing the Fasten off.
Where in the world have you been? Hook colours required. Using yellow stranded cotton, embroider the
up a few of these flags by Sara Huntington stars and dots in the top-left corner.
to represent countries you’ve visited FLAGS 4 FLAG OF INDIA
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100% Using the Basic Flag, work Rows 1-3 in Coral,
BASIC FLAG Rows 4-7 in Gypsum and Rows 8-10in Leaf.
cotton, 50g/105m), 1 ball of each: Leaf (7171), Ch13. Fasten off.
Citronelle (7175),Coral (7180), Gypsum (7168), Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and Using black stranded cotton, embroider the
Deep Sea (7199) each ch across, turn. [12 sts] circle motif on the central section.
Q A 2.5mm (US B/1 or C/2) hook Rows2-10 Ch1 (does not count as st 5 FLAG OF GAMBIA
Q Yellow stranded cotton throughout), dc in each st across, turn. Using the Basic Flag, work Rows 1-3 in Leaf, Row
Q Black stranded cotton Fasten off. 4 in Gypsum, Rows 5-6 in Deep Sea, Row 7 in
Q Needle with a point 1 FLAG OF THE UNITED KINGDOM Gypsum, Rows 8-10in Coral.
Q PVA glue Using the Basic Flag, work Row 1 using Deep Fasten off.
Q 6 self-adhesive magnets(available from Sea. For Rows 2-4 use Deep Sea for the first 5 6 FLAG OF COLOMBIA
amzn.to/3qemtfz) sts, Coral for the next 2 sts and Deep Sea for the Using the Basic Flag, work Rows 1-2 in Coral,
final 5 sts. Work Rows 5-6 in Coral. For Rows Rows 3-4 in Deep Sea, Rows 5-10in Citronelle.
TENSION 7-10use Deep Sea for the first 5 sts, Coral for Fasten off.
the next 2 sts and Deep Sea for the final 5 sts. 7 FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Tension is not critical for this project, but it may Fasten off. Using the Basic Flag, *work 1 row in Coral, work
affect the yarn quantities required Using the image as a guide, embroider the rem 1 row in Gypsum; rep from * twice more (6 rows
design with Coral and Gypsum. worked). For Row 7, work first 7 sts in Coral and
MEASUREMENTS 2 FLAG OF JAPAN final 5 sts in Deep Sea. For Row 8, work first 5 sts
Using the Basic Flag, work with Gypsum in Deep Sea and final 7 sts in Gypsum. For Row 9
Each Flag measures approx 6x5cm (2x2in) throughout. work as Row 7.ForRow10 work as Row 8.
Fasten off. Fasten off.
NOTES Using Coral, make a mgic loop. Using Gypsum, embroider the stars over the
Round 1 (RS) Ch1,6dc in loop, ss to beg dc. top-left corner.
Flags are worked in rows throughout. There is [6 sts] TO FINISH
Round 2 (RS) Ch1,2dc in each st around, ss to Weave in all ends.
1 beg dc. [12 sts] Mix the glue with water, approx 3 parts glue to
Fasten off. 2 parts water. Soak each Flag in the glue
Sew to the RS of the Flag.
3 FLAG OF CHINA
Using the Basic Flag, work with Coral

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mixture and pin out to dry. Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and Round 1 Ch1,*3dc in corner, dc in each st to
Once dry, secure a magnet to the WS of each ch across, turn. [72 sts] next corner; rep from * 3 times more inserting
each Flag. Row 2 (WS) Ch1 (does not count as st the cushion pad before joining the final side,
throughout), dc in each st across, turn. ss to beg dc.
CUSHION Rows 3-5 As Row 2. Fasten off and weave in all ends.
Row 6 (WS) Ch1,dc in first 32 sts, change to
No matter what part of the globe you’re Leaf, dc in next 9 sts, change to Gypsum, dc in POUCH
from, your living room needs this cushion final 31 sts, turn.
by geographer and designer Maria Jczmyk Row 7 Ch1,dc in first 26 sts, change to Leaf, dc Show off your love of travel with this handy
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100% in next19 sts, change to Citronelle, dc in next pocket-sized pouch by Maria Jczmyk. It
st, change to Gypsum, dc in final 26 sts, turn. makes a great easy-to-pack gift, too
cotton, 50g/105m), 4 balls of Leaf (7171), Row 8 Ch1,dc in first 24 sts, change to Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100%
2 balls of Citronelle (7175), 1 ball of Gypsum Citronelle, dc in next 2 sts, change to Leaf, dc in
(7168) next 22 sts, change to Citronelle, dc in next st, cotton, 50g/105m), 1 ball of each: Deep Sea
Q A 3.5mm (US E/4) hook change to Gypsum, dc in final 23 sts, turn. (7199), Citronelle (7175)
Q Cushion pad, 40x40cm Rows 9-80 Cont in patt, following chart for all Q A 3.5mm (US E/4) hook
colour changes. Q 2 stitch markers
TENSION Fasten off. Q Zip, 20cm
EDGING
19sts and 21rows measure 10x10cm (4x4in) With RS facing, join Leaf in top-right corner. TENSION
over double crochet using a 3.5mm hook, or Round 1 (RS) Ch1,*dc in each st and row-end
size needed to obtain correct tension across to corner, 3dc in corner; rep from * 3 21sts and 19 rounds measure 10x10cm (4x4in)
times more, ss to top of beg ch-3.[316 sts] over double crochet using a 3.5mm hook, or
MEASUREMENTS Round 2 Ch1,*dc in each st to next 3-dc group, size needed to obtain correct tension
dc in first dc of group, 3dc in next dc, dc in next
Cushion measures 40x40cm (15x15in) dc; rep from * around to end, ss to beg dc. [324 sts] MEASUREMENTS
Rounds 3-4 As Round 2. [340 sts]
NOTES Fasten off. Pouch measures approx 19x14cm(17x5in)
BACK
Cushion is made up of 2 panels, which are Using Leaf, ch73. NOTES
worked in rows. Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook, dc in
For the Front you will need to refer to the each st across, turn. Pouch is worked in rounds throughout.
Chart on page 92. Each small square Rows 2-80 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn. There is a Chart on page 93, which you will
represents 1dc. Read all RS rows from right to Fasten off. need to refer to. The charted area is marked
left and WS rows from left to right. The first EDGING out with stitch markers. Each small square
few rows have been written out to guide you. Using Citronelle, work Edging as for Front. represents 1dc. Read all RS rows from right to
Change colour on the final yrh of st before Fasten off. left and WS rows from left to right. The first
colour change is indicated. Where a colour is TO MAKE UP few rows of the Chart have been written out
used again within 5 or so stitches, carry the Place Front and Back panels together, with RS to guide you.
unused colour across on the WS keeping a facing out. Work next round through both Change colour on the final yrh of stitch before
consistent tension that’s not too tight. pieces to join. colour change is indicated. Carry the unused
Toavoid carrying yarn strands across the entire Join Leaf in corner.
width of the Cushion, use separate balls for
different areas. As you have just one ball of
Gypsum you will need to divide this into 2 balls.

CUSHION

FRONT
Using Gypsum, ch73.

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colour across the top of your stitches, all RS rows and (ch1, tr) on all WS rows. Read all Rows 3-4 As Row 2.
enclosing the strand as you work. RS rows from right to left and WS rows from Row 5 (RS) Ch2, tr in first 48 sts, (tr in next st,
left to right. The first few rows of the first Chart ch1, skip 1 st) twice, tr in next 94 sts, turn.
POUCH have been written out to guide you. Row 6 (WS) Ch2, tr in first 94 sts, (ch1, skip 1 st,
Using Deep Sea, ch40. Edging is worked around the Blanket at the end. tr in next st) twice, tr in final 48 sts, turn.
Round 1 (RS) 2dc in second ch from hook, dc in Row 7 (RS) Ch2, tr in first 48 sts, (tr in next st,
each ch across to final ch, 3dc in the final ch, BLANKET ch1, skip 1 st) 3 times, tr in next 92 sts, turn.
turn to work in opposite side of foundation ch, Using Leaf, ch148. Rows 8-9 As Row 2
dc in each ch across, ss to beg dc, turn. [80 sts] Row 1 (RS)Tr in third ch from hook and each ch Row10 (WS) Ch2, tr in first 46 sts, ch1, skip next
Round 2 (WS) Ch1 (does not count as st across, turn. [146 sts] st, tr in next 39 sts, (ch1, sk next st, tr in next st) 5
throughout), dc in each st around, ss to beg dc, Row 2 (WS) Ch2 (does not count as st times, tr in next 50 sts, turn.
turn. throughout), tr in each st across, turn. Rows 11-36 Cont in patt, referring to Chart A.
Markers are placed in next round to highlight
charted area. Move the markers up as you work.
Round 3 Ch1, dc in first 2 sts, pm in first st to
mark first st of chart, change to Citronelle, dc in
next st, change to Deep Sea, dc in next 25 sts,
change to Citronelle, dc in next st, change to
Deep Sea, dc in next 11 sts, pm in last st to mark
end of chart, dc in final 40 sts, ss to beg dc, turn.
Round 4 Ch1,dc in first 51 sts, change to
Citronelle, dc in next st, change to Deep Sea, dc
in next 26 sts, change to Citronelle, dc in next
st, change to Deep Blue, dc in final st, ss to beg
dc, turn.
Rounds 5-26 Cont in patt, following the Chart
for all colour changes.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

TO FINISH
Pin the zip into the opening, folding the end in
slightly. Once happy with the position, use
Deep Sea to sew into place.

BLANKET

The filet-stitch outlines of three southern
continents emerge from solid backgrounds
in this intriguing blanket by Maria Jczmyk
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100%

cotton, 50g/105m), 6 balls of each: Leaf (7171),
Citronelle (7175),Coral (7180), 2 balls of
Gypsum (7168)
Q A 3.5mm (US E/4) hook

TENSION

Tension is not critical for this project, but it may
affect the yarn quantities required

MEASUREMENTS

Blanket measures approx 160x92cm (63x36in)

ABBREVIATIONS

filet block On RS rows: tr in next st, ch1,skip 1
st. On WS rows: skip 1 st, ch1,tr in next st

NOTES

Main section of the Blanket is worked in rows,
from the bottom. There are 3 Charts on pages
93-94, which you will need to refer to.
Each coloured square represents 2tr. Each
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Rows 37-41 As Row 2. MEASUREMENTS UPPER PIECE
Change to Gypsum.
Row 42 As Row 2. Rucksack measures approx 34x46cm (13x18in) Using Leaf, ch43.
Change to Coral. Rows 1-8 As Rows 1-8 of Lower Piece. [42 sts]
Row 43 As Row 2. NOTES Row 9 (RS) Ss in first 5 sts, dc in next 32 sts, turn
Change to Gypsum. leaving final 5 sts unworked. [32 dc]
Row 44 As Row 2. Rucksack is made in separate pieces, which are Rows10-13 Ch1,dc in every st across, turn.
Change to Citronelle. joined together at the end. Fold the final 4 rows down so the row-ends line
Row 45 As Row 2. The Straps are lined with canvas for added up with the 5 unworked sts at the beg and end
Rows 46-83 Cont in patt, referring to Chart B. strength. of Row 9. Using Leaf, sew together to form the
Rows 84-85 As Row 2. The pattern includes 3 Patches, which are top of the Pocket.
Change to Gypsum. sewn to the front of the Rucksack. For the Pin the zip between the Lower and Upper
Row 86 As Row 2. Campervan Patch you will need to refer to the Pieces and sew into place.
Change to Leaf. Chart on page 95. Each small square Using Leaf, sew the Pocket to the Front over
Row 87 As Row 2. represents 1dc. Read all RS rows from right to Rows 5-38.
Change to Gypsum. left and WS rows from left to right. The first 2
Row 88 As Row 2. rows of colourwork have been written out to GUSSET
Change to Coral. guide you.
Row 89 As Row 2. Using Deep Sea, ch15.
Rows 90-127 Cont in patt, referring to Chart C. RUCKSACK Row 1 Dc in second ch from hook and each ch
Rows128-129 As Row 2. across, turn. [14 dc]
Fasten off. FRONT AND BACK MAKE 2 Rows2-182 Ch1,dc in every st across, turn.
Using Deep Sea, ch55. The Gusset continues in 2 sections to leave an
EDGING Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and opening for the zip.
With RS facing, join Gypsum in top-right corner. every ch across, turn. [54 dc] Row183 Ch1,dc in next 7 sts, turn leaving rem
Round 1 (RS) Ch1 (does not count as st Rows 2-67 Ch1 (does not count as a st sts unworked. [7 sts]
throughout), dc in each st across top edge, 3dc throughout), dc in each st across, turn. Rows 184-262 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
in corner, 2dc in each row-end down to next Row 68 Ch1,dc2tog, dc to final st, turn leaving Fasten off.
corner, 3dc in corner, dc in each st across lowest last st unworked. [52dc] Join Deep Blue in first unworked st from Row
edge, 3dc in next corner, 2dc in each row-end Rows 69-71 Ch1,dc in every st across, turn. 182.
down to next corner, 3dc in corner, ss to beg dc. Row 72 As Row 68. [50 dc] Rep Rows 183-262 over the rem 7 sts.
[808 sts] Rows73-74 As Row 69. Fasten off.
Change to Citronelle. Row75 As Row 68. [48 dc] Sew the ends of the split section to the base of
Round 2 Ch1,(htr in each st to corner, 3htr in Row76 As Row 69. Row 1 to join.
corner) rep around, ss to top of beghtr.[816 sts] Row 77 As Row 68. [46 dc]
Change to Gypsum. Row 78 As Row 69. EDGING
Round 3 Ch1,(dc in each st to corner, 3dc in Rows 79-83 As Row 68. [36 dc]
corner) rep around, ss to beg dc. [824 sts] Row 84 Ch1,dc3tog, dc to final 2sts, turn Join Deep Blue in any row-end around one
Change to Leaf. leaving final 2 sts unworked. [32 dc] edge of Gusset, dc in each row-end around, ss
Rounds 4-5 As Rounds 2-3. [840 sts] Row 85 As Row 84. [28 dc] to beg dc.
Change to Coral. Do not fasten off. Fasten off.
Round 6 As Round 2. [848 sts] Rep Edging on opposite edge.
Fasten off and weave in ends. EDGING Using Gypsum, dc seam the Front and Back to
the edges of the Gusset, making sure the
Rucksack Cont with Deep Sea, opening is positioned centrally at the top.
Round 1 Ch1,dc in each st and row-end Pin the navy zip into the opening and sew
Pack up and go with an adorable rucksack around, ss to beg dc. [256 dc] into place.
by Marianne Rawlins, complete with three Fasten off.
fun transportation-themed patches
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100% POCKET
Pocket is made up of 2 pieces, which are joined
cotton, 50g/105m), 6 balls of Deep Sea (7199), together with the green zip.
1 ball of each: Leaf (7171), Citronelle (7175),
Coral (7180), Gypsum (7168) LOWER PIECE
Q A 4mm (US G/6) hook
Q Blue canvas,100x3cm Using Leaf, ch43.
Q Green zip, 28cm Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and
Q Navy zip, 47cm every ch across, turn.[42 dc]
Rows2-23 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
TENSION Row 24 Ss in first 5 sts, dc in next 32 sts, turn
leaving final 5 sts unworked. [32 dc]
16sts and 18.5 rows measure 10x10cm (4x4in) Rows 25-28 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
over double crochet using a 4mm hook, or size Fasten off.
needed to obtain correct tension Fold the final 4 rows down so the row-ends line
up with the 5 unworked sts at the beg and end
of Row 24. Using Leaf, sew together to form the
base of the Pocket.

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STRAPS (MAKE 2) Row 1 (RS) Ch1,dc in next 6 row-ends, turn. unworked.[13 dc]
Using Deep Sea, ch6. [6 sts] Row 9 Ch1, dc2tog first 2 sts, dc in next st,
Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and Row 2 (WS) Ch1,dc in each st across, turn. (change to Coral, dc in next 2 sts, change to
each ch across, turn. [5 dc] Row 3 Ch1,dc2tog first 2 sts, dc in each st Citronelle, dc in next st) 3 times, dc in final st,
Rows2-182 Ch1,dc in every st across, turn. across, turn. [5 sts] turn. [12 dc]
Round 183 (Edging) Ch1,dc in each st and Rows 4-5 As Rows 2-3.[4 sts] Fasten off Coral only.
row-end around, ss to beg dc. Row 6 As Row 2. Row10 Ch1, dc in first 11 sts, turn leaving last st
Fasten off. Row 7 Ch1,dc2tog first 2 sts, dc in each st unworked.[11 dc]
Using Deep Blue, sew the canvas fabric to the across, ch2, turn. [3 sts, 2 ch] Fasten off.
WS of each Strap. Row 8 Dc in second ch from hook and each st
Leaving approx 12 sts from the lower edge of across. [4 dc] CHIMNEY
the Back, mark out 5 sts where each Strap will Rows 9-12 Rep Rows 3-4 another 2 times. [2 dc]
be joined. Fasten off. With WS facing, join Citronelle in sixth st across.
JOIN STRAPS Turn so the opposite long edge on Aeroplane is Row 1 (WS) Ch1,dc in st at base of ch-1 and
Join Gypsum in first st across any straight edge. facing and join yarn in the 11th row-end. Rep next 2 sts, turn. [3 dc]
Row 1 (RS) Ch1,dc in each st to corner, dc next Rows 1-12of Wing. Rows 2-5 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
5 sts to 5 marked sts at lower edge, dc in each st Fasten off. Fasten off.
up next edge of Strap, dc the 5 sts at the top of
the strap to the top of the Bag. EDGING EDGING
Fasten off.
Rep Row 1 on the second Strap. Using Citronelle, work a round of dc around With RS facing and using Gypsum, work a
AEROPLANE PATCH Aeroplane, working 3dc in the tips of the Wings round of dc around Ferry, working 3dc in each
Using Leaf, ch3. and the corners of the Tail. corner.
Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and Fasten off. Fasten off.
next ch, turn. [2 dc] FERRY PATCH CAMPERVAN PATCH
Row 2 Ch1,2dc in each st across, turn. Using Coral, ch15. Refer to the Chart on page 95 when making the
[4 dc] Row 1 (WS) Dc in second ch from hook and main section of the Campervan Patch.
Rows 3-17 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn. every ch across, turn.[14 dc] Using Gypsum, ch17.
Row18 Ch1,dc in each st across, ch2, turn. Row 2 (RS) Ch1,dc in every st across, ch3, turn. Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and
[4 dc, 2 ch] [14dc, 3 ch] every ch across, turn.[16 dc]
Row19 Dc in second ch from hook and each dc Row 3 Ch1,dc in second ch from hook and Row 2 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
across, ch2, turn. [5 dc, 2 ch] every st across, ch3, turn.[16 dc, 3 ch] Rows 3-4 Ch1,dc in first 7 sts, change to Coral,
Row 20 Dc in second ch from hook and each dc Rows 4-5 As Row 3. [20 dc, 3 ch] dc in next 2 sts, change to Gypsum, dc in final 7
across, ch3, turn. [6 dc, 3 ch] Row 6 Dc in second ch from hook and every st sts, turn.
Row21 Dc in second ch from hook and each ch across, turn. [22 dc] Cont following the Chart for all colour changes.
and dc across. [8 dc] Fasten off. Rows 5-11 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
Fasten off. Join Citronelle into the fifth st across. Row12 Ch1, dc2tog first 2 sts, dc to final st, turn
Row 7 Ch1,dc in next 14 sts, turn leaving rem leaving last st unworked. [14 dc]
WINGS sts unworked. [14dc] Row13 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
Row 8 Ch1,dc in first 2 sts, (change to Coral, dc Rows14-15 Rep Rows 12-13.[12 dc]
With RS facing, join Leaf in end of Row 6. in next 2 sts, change to Citronelle, dc in next st) Row16 As Row 12.[10 dc]
3 times, dc in next 2 sts, turn leaving final st Fasten off.

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WHEELS

With RS facing, join Deep Sea in second st
across base.
Row 1 Ch1,dc in next 2 sts, turn. [2 dc]
Row 2 Ch1,dc in each st across, turn.
Fasten off.
Join Deep Sea in 14th st across base and rep
Rows 1-2.
Do not fasten off.

EDGING

With RS facing and using Deep Sea, work a
round of dc around Campervan, working 3dc in
each corner.
Fasten off.

TO FINISH
Sew the Patches to the front of the Rucksack.
Weave in all ends.

LUGGAGE TAG

You’ll always know which suitcase is yours
thanks to these fun travel tags by Marianne
Rawlins. Make one for each family member!
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton(100%

cotton, 50g/105m), 1 ball of each: Citronelle
(7175),Coral (7180), Gypsum (7168), Deep Sea
(7199)
Q A 3.5mm (US E/4) hook
Q A luggage tag, 12.5x9cm (available from
amzn.to/3u4zxFE)

TENSION

22 sts and18 rows measure 10x10cm (4x4in)

MEASUREMENTS
Tag measures approx13x10cm (5x4in) including
Border each ch across, turn. [28 sts] TO MAKE UP
Rows 2-3 Ch1 (does not count as st Place Panels together with RS facing out and
NOTES throughout), dc in each st across, turn. the luggage tag sandwiched between them.
Luggage Tag is made up of 2 pieces, which are Row 4 Ch1,dc in first st, change toYarn B, dc in The strap of the Tag should come out from the
joined together around a leather or PU tag. next 6 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in next st, centre on one short edge.
There is a Chart on page 95, which you will change to Yarn B, dc in next 2 sts, change to Work the next round through both Panels to
need to refer to when making the Tag. Each yarn A, dc in next 2 sts, change to Yarn B, dc in join. Join Gypsum in first row-end next to strap
small square represents 1dc. Read all RS rows next 2 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in next st, of luggage tag.
from right to left and WS rows from left to change to yarn B, dc in next 4 sts, change to Round 1 Ch1,*dc in each row-end or st to
right. The first 2 rows of colourwork have been Yarn A, dc in next st, change toYarn B, dc in corner, 3dc in corner; rep from * around to
written out to guide you. next 2 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in next 3 sts, row-end before strap, dc in each row-end on
Change colour on the final yrh of stitch before change to Yarn B, dc in next 2 sts, change to Panel facing you, working in front of strap, ss to
colour change is indicated. Carry the unused Yarn A, dc in final st, turn. beg dc, turn, dc in each unworked row-end on
colour across the top of your stitches, Row 5 Ch1,dc in first st,(change to Yarn B, dc in back piece, ss in next joined dc.
enclosing the strand as you work. next 3 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in next st) twice, Fasten off.
change to Yarn B, dc in next 4 sts, change to
LUGGAGE TAG Yarn A, dc in next st, change toYarn B, dc in
PANEL MAKE 2 next 2 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in next 2 sts,
Make 1 using Coral as Yarn A and Gypsum as change to Yarn B, dc in next 2 sts, change to
Yarn B. Yarn A, dc in next st, change toYarn B, dc in
Make 1 using Deep Sea as Yarn A and Citronelle next 6 sts, change to Yarn A, dc in final st, turn.
asYarn B. Rows 6-16 Cont in patt, referring to the chart YARN STOCKISTS
Using Yarn A, ch29. for all colour changes. Stylecraft 01484 848435
Row 1 (RS) Dc in second ch from hook and Fasten off. www.stylecraft-yarns.co.uk

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COLOURBLOCK CARDI

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Party lines

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AASSYY 56MMMM We love that this roomy cardigan is smart
CWHEUIGNHKTY enough to throw on over your work clothes
yet cosyenoughtowearforanafternoonon
the sofa. Plus, its deep V-neck means you can
show o yourfavouriteshirtsunderneath.

YOU WILL NEED NOTES Work the button band ribbing into the
row-ends of the striped front panels
Q Rico Essentials Alpaca Blend Cardi is an oversize fit, worn slightly cropped.
Chunky (50% acrylic, 30% wool, Garment is made up of Panels worked in rows
20% alpaca, 50g/90m) and seamed together. The Back is made of
Yarn A Light Grey (006) 5 Panels and the 2 Front Panels are made up
See table for measurements and of one complete and one shaped Panel
yarn quantities seamed together.
2 balls of each for both sizes: Sleeves are worked in one piece in rows from
Medium Grey (007) armholes, changing colour mid-way through
Cream (001) the row to mimic Panels of Front and Back.
Anthracite (022) Ribbing is added afterwards and worked in
Pink (015) Yarn A throughout.
Fuchsia (016)
Dusky Pink (009) CARDIGAN

Q A 5mm (US H/8) hook for ribbing STRIPE PANEL MAKE 7
Q A 6mm (US J/10)hook Make 5 for Back, 2 for Front.
Q 3(4) buttons, 3cm
For yarn stockists contact COLOUR PATTERN The sleeves are worked directly off the
Rico Design After Foundation row, Panels are worked in armhole edges, changing colour mid-row
www.rico-design.com/en/home alternating 2-row stripes. With the first pair of
colours make a block of 10 rows or 5 stripes. Rep Row 1, changing colour as indicated in
TENSION Panel is continued with a new pair of colours to Colour pattern, until there are a total of 36 (44)
work another block of 10 rows. Rep this 10-row rows not including the Foundation row.
10sts and 7 rows to measure block with new colours a further 1 (2) times, Fasten off and weave in ends.
10x10cm(4x4in) over htrfl using a then change to a new pair and work 6 (4) more BACK
6mm hook or size needed to obtain rows in same patt. [36 (44) rows] Make and seam 5 Stripe Panels together along
tension Use and distribute all colours evenly (including the long edges.
Each Panel measures 16(19)cm / 6 Yarn A), using the image as a guide. FRONT
(7)in wide Change colour on the ch1 t-ch of each row, and Make and seam one Panel to Back at side seam,
carry unused yarn up the side within each leaving 18 (20) rows open at top for armhole.
ABBREVIATIONS block. Rep with second Panel on opposite side seam.
STITCH PATTERN
For a full list, see page 90 Foundation row Using Yarn A and a 6mm
hook, 17 (20) fdc, turn.
For Row 1 With first colour of block, ch1 (does not
at www.lovecrafts.com count as st throughout), htr in fl of each st to
use the code MAKE91 end, turn. [17 (20) sts]

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SHAPED FRONT PANEL MAKE 2 The back ismade
The same Panel is used for both right and left up offive panels
Front pieces. sewn together
Work as for Back Panels until 18 (26) rows have
been completed, not including foundation row.
Next row (Decrease) Ch1, skip first st, htr in fl of
each st to end, turn. [16 (19) sts]
Next row Ch1, htr in fl of each st to end, turn.
Rep prev 2 rows a further 7 times. [9 (12) sts]
Work 2 more rows as for Back Panels without
shaping.
Fasten off and weave in ends.
Turn one Panel over to make pieces with
opposite shaping, and seam each straight edge
to front edge of existing Front Panels. Seam
Back to Front at shoulders only, leaving
armholes open.
SLEEVES MAKE 2
Sleeves are worked in one piece from the
armhole edge, changing colour halfway along
each row, as if 2 of the Stripe Panels had been
seamed side-by-side. Follow the same Colour
Pattern as the Stripe Panels, working in 10-row
blocks of alternating colours. You will be
working with one pair of colours for the first
half of the row, and another pair of colours for
the second half of the row.
Using first colour of first block and a 6mm
hook, join at side seam at base of armhole with
RS facing.
Row 1 (RS) Ch1,27(30) htr evenly spaced to
shoulder seam, change to first colour of second
block in last yrh and work 27 (30) htr evenly
spaced to base of armhole on other side, turn.
[54 (60) sts]
Row 2 Ch1, htr in fl of first 27 (30) sts, change
colour, htr in fl of each st to end in first colour of
first block, turn.
Rows 3-4 Change colours for the second stripe
in each block and cont in colour and Stitch Patt
as set.

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK A FRONT POST TREBLE STITCH

1Identify thepost ofthestitch 2Work the rest of the stitch as 3 Work yrh again andpullthe 4You’ll see how the stitch is
indicated. Then workyrh (as you usually would for atreble, yarn through the first 2 loops. raised up, compared to the
usual for atreble stitch) and so yrh and carefully pull the Yrhandpulltheyarn through rest of the fabric.
insert hook intothefront of loop of yarn out ofthefabric the remaining 2 loops to
the fabric, around the back of –itshould loop around the complete the stitch.
the post, and bring out hook post of the stitch.
on other side of post.

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Row 5 (Decrease) Keeping Colour Patt correct Fasten off. SAV
and working in fl throughout; ch1,htr in first st , Join any colour along hem edge and work dc in S LU
htr2tog, patt to last 3 sts, htr2tog, htr in last st, each st and row end across Front Ribbing and
turn. [52 (58) sts] Hem Ribbing. For a more budget-friendly make, try
Rows 6-12 As Row 5. [38 (44) sts] Fasten off and weave in ends. Cygnet Chunky: 3 (4) balls of Yarn A
Rows13-20 Work in patt without shaping. TO FINISH Pearl Grey (241),1 (2) balls of each: Light
Work a further 2 (3) dec rows as Row 5. Position buttons opposite buttonholes and sew Grey (195), Cream (256), Graphite (697),
[34 (38) sts] in place. Pink (813), Fuchsia (521), Sorbet (539).
Work 2 (3) rows in patt without shaping. Check hook size, tension and ball length
Fold Sleeve in half and seam at underarm.
if you use a different yarn
SLEEVE RIBBING For yarn stockists contact
Worked in the round from RS only. www.cygnetyarns.com
Join Yarn A at Sleeve seam with RS facing.
Round 1 (RS) Using a 5mm hook, ch2 (counts The cardigan has been
as htr throughout Ribbing), htr in each st designed asaloose fit
around, ss to top of beg ch-2. [34 (38) sts] in cropped style
Rounds 2-6 (RS) Ch2, (FPhtr around next st,
BPhtr around next st) rep to last st, htr in last st,
ss to top of beg ch-2.
Round 7 Join any colour, ch1 (does not count as
st), dc in each st around, ss to first st.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

HEM RIBBING
Rejoin Yarn A at hem edge with RS facing.
Row 1 (RS) Ch2 (counts as htr), htr in each fdc
across, turn. For S/M/L size, work an extra htr in
last st to make the total an even number of sts.
[154 (180) sts]
Rows 2-6 Ch2, (FPhtr around next st, BPhtr
around next st) to last st, htr in last st.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

FRONT RIBBING
With WS facing, rotate garment to join Yarn A in
last row of ribbing at base of left Front Panel.
Row 1 (WS) Ch1 (does not count as st
throuhgout),7dc along side edge of ribbing,
1dc in fdc, 3dc in each stripe of Front Panel (ie,
make 3dc over 2 rows), dc in each st across Back
Panel (make sure this is an even number of sts
by adding a st if necessary), 3dc in each stripe of
colour down second Front Panel, 1dc in fdc, 7dc
across Ribbing, turn.
If you have worked the same number of sts on
both sides, and an even number of sts across
the Back, then the total number of sts should
be an even number, which is needed for the
Ribbing.
Row 2 Ch2 (counts as first htr throughout), htr
in each st to end, turn.
Row 3 Ch2, (FPhtr around next st, BPhtr around
next st) to last st, htr in last st, turn.
Row 4 Ch2, FPhtr around next st, *BPhtr around
next st, ch1,skip next st,** (BPhtr, FPhtr) 6 times;
rep from * 2 (3) more times ending final rep at
**, (BPhtr, FPhtr) to last st, htr in last st, turn.
[3 (4) buttonholes]
Row 5 As Row 3, working FPhtr in each FPhtr
and BPhtr in each BPhtr, and 1htr in each ch-1 sp.
Rows 6-7 As Row 3.
Row 8 Join any colour, ch1,dc in each st across.

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TA ICITY Soaring through the air, battling monsters All the pieces ofthetail areworked from
WEDIGKHT 2H.5OMOMK and, of course, making new friends – just a base ofone foundation chain length
a normal day in the life of Pegasus. Make one (Violet), dc in next 2 sts, change to Aqua
YOU WILL NEED for a kid who loves horses, or create them (Mauve), dc in next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in
both for a couple as a sweet wedding gift. next st, dc2tog, (dc in next 9 sts, dc2tog) twice.
Q Rico Ricorumi [42 sts]
(100% cotton, 25g/58m) NOTES Round 19 Dc in next 9 sts, change to Light Blue
2 balls of Cream (002) (Pink), dc in next 6 sts, change to Patina (Violet),
1 ball of each: Parts of this pattern are worked in the dc in next 3 sts, change to Aqua (Mauve), dc in
Blue Pegasus amigurumi method. Work stitches in a next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in next 22 sts.
Light Blue (033) continuous spiral without closing off each Round 20 Dc in next 9 sts, change to Patina
Aqua (074) round with a slip stitch. You may find it helpful (Violet), dc in next st, change to Light Blue
Patina (038) to mark the first stitch of the round, moving (Pink), dc in next 3 sts, change to Patina (Violet),
Denim (034) the marker up as you go. dc in next 4 sts, change to Aqua (Mauve), dc in
Mustard(064) The pattern is made in 2 colourways: blue and next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in next 23 sts.
Pink Pegasus pink. The instructions for the blue Pegasus are Round 21 Dc2tog, dc in next 4 sts, dc2tog, dc
Pink (011) written first with the pink Pegasus in brackets. in next st, change to Patina (Violet), dc in next 4
Violet (018) Where a single colour is listed, use the same sts, dc2tog, dc in next st, change to Aqua
Mauve (019) for both colorways. (Mauve), dc in next 3 sts, change to Cream,
Sand (071) This pattern has been worked using the (dc2tog, dc in next 4 sts) 3 times, dc2tog, dc in
yarn under method. When working your next 3 sts. [35 sts]
Q Rico Ricorumi Lamé stitches, insert the hook into the stitch, turn Round 22 Dc in next 8 sts, change to Patina
(62% polyester, 38% nylon, the hook so it’s facing down and pull the yarn (Violet), dc in next 4 sts, change to Aqua
10g/50m) through under the hook before completing (Mauve), dc in next 3 sts, change to Cream, dc in
1 ball of Silver (001) the stitch indicated. next 20 sts.
Stuff Body as you work.
Q A 2.5mm (US B/1 or C/2) hook PEGASUS Round 23 Dc in next 8 sts, change to Aqua
Q Stitch marker (Mauve), dc in next st, change to Patina (Violet),
Q Black stranded cotton BODY dc in next 2 sts, change to Aqua (Mauve), dc in
Q Toy stuffing Using Cream, make a magic loop. next 3 sts, change to Cream, dc in next21 sts.
Q Sewing pins Round 1 (RS) Ch1 (does not count as st Round 24 Dc in next 3 sts, dc2tog, dc in next 3
Q Pink blusher (optional) throughout),7dc in loop. [7 sts] sts, change to Aqua (Mauve), dc in next st,
For yarn stockists contact Round 2 (RS) 2dc in each stitch around. [14 sts] dc2tog, dc in next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in
Rico Design Round 3(1dc, 2dc in next st) 7 times. [21 sts] next st, (dc2tog, dc in next 3 sts) 3 times,
www.rico-design.com/en/home Round 4(1dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc) 7 times. dc2tog, dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog. [28 sts]
[28 sts] Round 25 Dc in next 8 sts, change to Aqua
TENSION Round 5 (3dc, 2dc in next st) 7 times. [35 sts] (Mauve), dc in next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in
Round 6 (2dc, 2dc in next st, 2dc) 7 times. next 8 sts.
Tension is not critical, but it may [42 sts] Fasten off all colours except Cream.
affect the yarn quantities required Round 7 (5htr, 2htr in next st) 6 times, 5htr, (htr, Rounds 26-27 Dc in each st around.
dc) in the next stitch. [49sts] Do not fasten off.
MEASUREMENTS Round 8 Dc in bl and bh of each st around.
Rounds 9-13 Dc in each st around.
Pegasus measures approx 16cm Round 14 Dc in next 19 sts, change to Light
(6in) tall Blue (Pink), dc in next 2 sts, change to Cream,
dc in next 28 sts.
ABBREVIATIONS Round 15 Dc in next 19 sts, change to Light
Blue (Pink), dc in next 2 sts, change to Patina
bl and bh When working into the (Violet), dc in next st, change to Cream, dc in
htr st, insert the hook into the back next 27 sts.
loop and third back loop that sits on Round 16 Dc in next 18 sts, change to Light
the WS, leaving the front loop Blue (Pink), dc in next 2 sts, change to Patina
unworked (Violet), dc in next 2 sts, change to Aqua
For a full list, see page 90 (Mauve), dc in next st, change to Cream, dc in
next 26 sts.
For Round 17 Dc in next 13 sts, dc2tog, dc in next
st, change to Light Blue (Pink), dc in next 3 sts,
wwwu.swaetotthohelweccaoahrdteeehcokSouCus1et2.2co.uk change to Patina (Violet), dc in next 2 sts,
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change to Cream, dc in next 8 sts, dc2tog, dc in
34 WWW.GATHERED.HOW/SIMPLYCROCHET next 14 sts, dc2tog. [46 sts]
Round 18 Dc in next 8 sts, change to Light Blue
(Pink), dc in next 2 sts, change to Cream, dc in
next st, dc2tog, dc in next st, change to Light
Blue (Pink), dc in next 3 sts, change to Patina

PEGASUS TOYS

TO MAKE PEGASUS STAND tight to close.
Top up the stuffing to the end of Round 27.
Thread a length of Cream onto a darning EARS (MAKE 2)
needle. *Insert the needle down the centre of Using Cream, make a magic loop.
the Body and out next to the magic loop, insert Round 1 (RS) Ch1,5dc in loop. [5 sts]
the needle through the centre of the magic Round 2 2dc in next st, 4dc. [6 sts]
loop and up to the top of the Body, pull tight so Round 3 (2dc, 2dc in next st) twice. [8 sts]
the base indents; rep from * twice more. Knot Round 4 (3dc, 2dc in next st) twice. [10 sts]
the beg and end tail together and weave into Round 5 Dc in each st around.
the edge of the Body. Round 6 (4dc, 2dc in next st) twice. [12 sts]
Round 7 (2dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times. [16 sts] Each piece of mane ismade from five strands
BODY CONTINUED Fasten off. of yarn andwrapped around thehook tocurl
Continue with Cream. Fold the final round in half to form the Ear
Round 28(1dc, dc2tog,1dc) 7 times.[21 sts] shape and sew closed to secure.
Round 29 Dc in each st around.
Round 30(1dc, dc2tog) 7 times.[14 sts] MANE (MAKE 3)
Round 31 (Working in fl only) Ch1, (tr in next st, Each piece of Mane is made up of 5 strands.
2tr in next st) 7 times, ss to begtr.[21 sts] Make 1 using Denim (Pink), and make 2 using
Fasten off. Light Blue (Mauve).
Fold Round 31 down to create neck. Ch40.
Strand 1 Ss in second ch from hook, (3dc in
HEAD next ch, dc in next ch) twice, dc in next 34 ch.
Use Cream, make a magic loop. Strand 2 *Ch40, ss in second ch from hook,
Round 1 (RS) Ch1,6dc in loop. [6 sts] (3dc in next ch, dc in next ch) twice, dc in next Use black stranded cotton to embroider
Round 2 (RS)(1dc, 2dc in next 2 sts) twice. 33 ch, leave last ch unworked; rep from * 3 delicate facial features using straight stitches
[10sts] times more to complete strand 3, 4 and 5.
Round 3*1dc,(1dc, 2dc in next st) twice; rep Fasten off.
from * once more. [14 sts] Wrap the strands around your hook to curl.
Round 4 Dc in each st around.
Round 5 (2dc, 2dc in next 3 sts, 2dc) twice. WINGS (MAKE 2)
[20 sts] Using Cream, make a magic loop.
Round 6 2dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, 2dc in next 2 Round 1 (RS) Ch1,7dc in loop. [7 sts]
sts, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 4dc, (dc2tog) 3 times, Round 2 (RS) 2dc in each st around.[14 sts]
2dc. [21 sts] Round 3(1dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times, 6dc.
Pm in the eighth st of last round to mark [18 sts]
front-centre of Head. Round 4 (2dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times, 6dc.
Round 7 (2dc, 2dc in next st) 7 times. [28 sts] [22 sts] Make a star and sewit to thefront ofthebody
Round 8 4dc, (2dc, 2dc in next st) 3 times,10dc, Round 5 (3dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times, 6dc. at theend of the colourful striped section
2dc in next st, 4dc. [32 sts] [26 sts]
Round 97dc, (2dc in next st, 3dc) 3 times, 13dc. Change to Light Blue (Pink).
[35 sts] Round 6 (4dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times, 6dc. ** once more.
Round 10 2dc, (2dc in next st, 4dc) 5 times, 8dc. [30 sts] Fasten off.
[40 sts] Fold the Wing in half and ss the edge closed. Make one more using Light Blue (Pink) omitting
Round 117dc, (2dc in next st, 3dc) 5 times, Fasten off. final ch-45 strand so only 3 strands are worked.
13dc. [45 sts]
Round 12 Dc in each st around. STARS (MAKE 3) TO MAKE UP
Stuff the Head as you work. Make 1 using Mustard (Sand) and 2 using Silver. Refer to the images when making up.
Round 137dc, (2dc in next st, 4dc) 5 times, Round 1 (RS) Ch1,5dc in loop. [5 sts] Sew Rounds 16-22 of Head to top of Body,
13dc. [50 sts] Round 2 2dc in each st around.[10 sts] behind the round that has been folded down.
Rounds 14-23 Dc in each st around. Round 3 *(Dc, htr, tr, htr, dc) in the next st, ss in Sew the Ears over Rounds 20-21of the Head,
Round 24 (4dc, dc2tog, 4dc) 5 times. [45 sts] next st; rep from * 4 times more. [30 sts] 14sts apart.
Round 25 Dc in each st around. Fasten off. Sew Mane to the top of the Head, so the curled
Round 26(7dc, dc2tog) 5 times. [40 sts] Pinch the points of the Stars to accentuate the ends are positioned between the Ears and the
Round 27 Dc in each st around. corners. straight strands run down the back of the Head.
Round 28 (3dc, dc2tog, 3dc) 5 times. [35 sts] Sew the Mustard (Sand) Star to the Body over Sew the Wings either side of the Body.
Round 29 (5dc, dc2tog) 5 times. [30 sts] Rounds 11-19, using the image as a guide. Sew the Silver Stars below the right Ear.
Round 30 (2dc, dc2tog, 2dc) 5 times. [25 sts] Using black stranded cotton, embroider the
Round 31 (3dc, dc2tog) 5 times. [20 sts] TAIL eyes between Rounds 9-11, the eyebrows
Round 32(1dc, dc2tog,1dc) 5 times.[15 sts] Using Denim (Mauve), ch40. approx 4 rounds above each eye, the nostrils
Round 33(1dc, dc2tog) 5 times.[10 sts] *Ss in second ch from hook, (3dc in next ch, dc and mouth.
Round 34 (Dc2tog) 5 times. [5 sts] in next ch) twice, dc in next 34 ch, ch45, ss in Sew the Tail to the back of the Body, over
Fasten off. second ch from hook, (3dc in next ch, dc in next Round 9.
Thread tail through the fl of final round and pull ch) twice, dc in next 39 ch**, ch40; rep from * to

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EMBELLISH A TEA TOWEL

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EMBELLISH A TEA TOWEL

TWHERIGEAHDT 1H.2O5OMKM Try your hand at a series of intricate Add colourful buttons along the edge of your
mini-projects as you sculpt each detailed item and dangle themotifs from them
YOU WILL NEED chick and egg. Attach them to a tea towel to
make asubtleEasterdecorationortothe next st, ss to beg dc to join into round.
Q DMC Petra 5 hem of a skirt to give it some extra are. Fasten off.
(100% cotton, 100g/400m) Using any colour, ss in each unused fl in Row 2.
1 ball of each: NOTES WINGS
yellow (5742) Join any colour with a ss in first unused fl from
ecru The tea towel embellishment is worked in Round 1.
green (5907) separate pieces. Each piece is fastened to a Row 1 Ch3, tr in fl at base of ch-3, 2dtr in next fl,
pink (53803) tea towel with a button. (ttr, ch5, ss) in next fl.
You can use a small amount of scrap yarn to Fasten off.
Q A 1.25mm (US 12 steel) hook stuff each piece. Join same colour in third fl from end of Round 1.
Q Tea towel, 40x56cm Parts of this pattern are worked in a Row 2 Ch5, ttr in stitch at base of ch-5, 2dtr in
Q Scrap yarn or toy stuffing continuous spiral without closing off each next fl, (tr, ch3, ss) in final fl.
Q 14buttons, 12mm round with a slip stitch. You may find it helpful Fasten off and weave in all ends.
For yarn stockists contact to mark the first stitch of each round, moving TO JOIN
DMC 01924 231669 the marker up as you work. Fold piece in half, with RS facing out.
www.dmc.com You can use any colour in any combination Work next row through the bl of both sides of
throughout the pattern. Round 3 to join except the tail, which is worked
TENSION around at the end. Stuff the Bird as you join.
EASTER TEA TOWEL Join any colour through first sts at head end.
Tension is not critical, but it may Row 1 (Ss, ch4, ss) in ch of beg ch-1,(ss, ch4, ss)
affect the yarn quantities required EGG MAKE 7 in next dc, (ch1, ss) in next 2 sts ch1, ss in next st,
Using any colour, make a magic loop. ch3, ss in second ch from hook, ch1,ss in same
MEASUREMENTS Round 1 (RS) Ch1 (does not count as st st as last ss (beak made),(ch1, ss in next st) 12
throughout), 8dc in loop. [8 sts] times, do not work through both layers of the
Bird measures approx 5cm (2in) tall Round 2(1dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times. [12 sts] tail, ch3, dc in top of ch-3 of tail, ch3, ss in top of
Egg measures approx 2.5cm(1in) tall Round 3 Dc in each st around. last dc, (dc, ch3, ss in top of last dc) 4 times, dc in
Round 4 (2dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times. [16 sts] top of next ch-3, ch3, ss in top of last dc, ch3, ss
ABBREVIATIONS Round 5 Dc in each st around in base of Tail.
Round 6 (3dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times. [20 sts] Fasten off and weave in ends.
For a full list, see page 90 Round 7 Dc in each st around. TO MAKE UP
Round 8 (2dc, dc2tog) 5 times.[15 sts] Using any colour, ch15.
After padding out the egg with stuffing, Stuff the Egg. Fasten off.
embroider pretty flowers and leaves Round 9(1dc, dc2tog) 5 times.[10 sts] Sew the ends of the ch-15length to the Birds
Round 10 (Dc2tog) twice, ss in next st, leave and Eggs to form a button loop.
44 WWW.GATHERED.HOW/SIMPLYCROCHET rem sts unworked. Sew the buttons evenly across the longest
Fasten off. edges of your tea towel, and hang a motif from
Use the tail to close the final round. each one.
Using any colours ,embroider stripes and
flowers over the Eggs.
BIRDS (MAKE 7)
Birds are worked with RS facing throughout.
Using any colour, make a magic loop.
Row 1 (RS) Ch3, 5tr in loop, ch2, 5tr in loop, ch3,
ss in loop.
Fasten off.
Join any colour with a ss in first ch of beg ch-3.
Row 2 (RS) (Ch1, dc, htr, tr) in ch-3 sp, 3tr in bl of
next st, htr in bl of next 3 sts, dc in bl of next st,
dc in first ch of ch-2 sp, ch2, dc in next ch, dc in
bl of next st, htr in bl of next 3 sts, 3tr in bl of
next st, (tr, htr, dc) in ch-3 sp, ss in final ch of
ch-3.
Fasten off.
Join any colour in bl of first dc.
Round 3 (Working in bl throughout) Ch1,dc in
first st, htr in next st, tr in next st, 2tr in next st,
3tr in next st, 2tr in next st, htr in next 3 sts, dc
in next 2 sts, (dc, ch3, 2tr) in first ch of ch-2 sp,
(2tr, ch3,1dc) in next ch (tail made), dc in next 2
sts, htr in next 3 sts, 2tr in next st, 3tr in next st,
2tr in next st, tr in next st, htr in next st, dc in

LACE TOP

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LACE TOP

AASSYY Whether you’re meeting friends for a casual
WEDIGKHT 44.5MMMM get-together or heading out for a night on
thetown,throwthisowytopover whatever
YOU WILL NEED you’re wearing. Its versatile lace texture and
relaxed t will pull together nearly any outt.
Q Stylecraft Naturals Organic Cotton
(100% cotton, 50g/105m) NOTES
Gypsum (7168)
See table for measurements and Top is made up of 30 Hexagon Motifs and
yarn quantities 4 Half Hexagons. There is a Construction
Diagram on page 95, which you will need to
Q A 4mm (US G/6) hook refer to when joining the Motifs together.
Q A 4.5mm (US 7) hook The Neckline Edging and Hem are worked
For yarn stockists contact around the edges of the Top at the end.
Stylecraft01484 848435
www.stylecraft-yarns.co.uk TOP
HEXAGON MOTIF MAKE 30
TENSION Using a 4.5mm hook, ch5.
Round 1 (RS) 2dtr in fifth ch from hook The top isconstructed of hexagonal-shaped
Hexagon measures 15.5 (17: 19: 21) (skipped ch count as dtr),(ch2, 3dtr in fifth ch) motifs joined together by whipstitching
cm, 6 (6: 7: 8)in 5 times, ch2, ss to top of beg ch-5.
[18sts, 6 ch-2 sps]
ABBREVIATIONS Round 2 (RS) Ch4 (counts as dtr throughout), SIZE L ONLY
*dtr in each st to ch-2 sp, (dtr, ch3, dtr) in ch-sp; Round 4 Ch5 (counts as ttr), *ttr in each st and
dttr (double triple treble)Yrh 4 rep from * around, ss to beg dc. ch-1 sp to ch-3 sp, (2ttr, ch3, 2ttr) in ch-3 sp; rep
times, insert hook in st indicated, yrh [30 sts, 6 ch-3 sps] from * around, ss to top of beg ch-3.
and pull up a loop, (yrh and pull Round 3 Ch5, (counts as dtr, ch1), *skip next st, [78 sts, 6 ch-3 sps]
through 2 loops) 5 times dtr in next st, ch1, skip next st, (2dtr, ch3, 2dtr) in Fasten off.
For a full list, see page 90 ch-3 sp, ch1,skip next st**, dtr in next st, ch1;
rep from * 5 times ending last rep at **, ss to SIZE XL ONLY
This lacey top features fourth ch of beg ch-5, do not fasten off. Round 4 Ch6, *dttr in each st and ch-1 sp to
in Hello Hexie! (RRP [36 sts,18 ch-1 sps, 6 ch-3 sps] ch-3 sp, (3dttr, ch3, 3dttr) in ch-3 sp; rep from *
£14.99), a collection of around, ss to top of beg ch-3. [90 sts, 6 ch-3 sps]
10 crochet hexagon SIZE S ONLY Fasten off.
patterns and 20 step- Round 4 Ch3 (counts as tr), *tr in each st and
by-step projects to ch-1 sp to ch-3 sp, (tr, ch3, tr) in ch-3 sp; rep from HALF HEXAGON (MAKE 4)
make with them. Visit * around, ss to top of beg ch-3. Using a 4.5mm hook, ch5.
davidandcharles.com [66 sts, 6 ch-3 sps] Row 1 (RS) (3dtr in fifth ch from hook, ch2)
Fasten off. twice, 4dtr in fifth ch from hook, turn.
[11 sts, 2 ch-2 sps]
SIZE M ONLY Row 2 Ch5 (counts as dtr, ch1), dtr in st at base
Round 4 Ch4, *dtr in each st and ch-1 sp to ch-3 of ch-5, *dtr in next 3 sts, (dtr, ch3, dtr) in ch-2
sp, (2dtr, ch3, 2dtr) in ch-3 sp; rep from * around, sp; rep from * once more, dtr in next 3 sts, (dtr,
ss to top of beg ch-3. [78 sts, 6 ch-3 sps] ch1, dtr) in final st, turn.[17 sts, 2 ch-3 sps]
Fasten off. Row 3 Ch5 (counts as dtr, ch1), 2tr in first ch-1

SIZE Small Medium Large X Large
TO FIT BUST
ACTUAL BUST cm 81-86 91-96 101-106 111-117
b APPROX in 32-34 36-38 40-42 44-46
LENGTH
cm 93 104 114 126

c in 36 41 44 49

a cm 48 52 56 61
C18hes(t2w0id: t2h2a:: 4264.5)(i5n2: 57: 63)cm,
S17L9elen(e(2g8v0teh:l:b9e2n:24g::812th04(5)ci2n:):i1n596:(2611:)c2m4:,26)cm, in 19 20 22 24

46 WWW.GATHERED.HOW/SIMPLYCROCHET SLEEVE LENGTH cm 19 21 24 26
in 7 8 9 10

YARN 50g 9 10 11 13

Treolemvaanket cthoilsumpantt.ern easier to follow, we’ve colour-coded the sizing instructions – simply follow the

LACE TOP

sp, *(skip next st, ch1, dtr in next st) twice, ch1, NECKLINE EDGING After joining the motifs together,work an
skip next st, (2dtr, ch3, 2dtr) in ch-3 sp; rep from Using a 4mm hook, join yarn in any st around edging around the neckline and the hem
* once more, (skip next st, ch1,dtr in next st) neckline opening.
twice, ch1,skip next st, 2dtr in ch-1 sp, ch1,dtr in Round 1 (RS) Ch1 (does not count as st
final st, turn, do not fasten off. throughout), dc in each st and ch-3 sp around,
[20 sts, 11 ch-1 sps, 2 ch-3 sps] ss to beg dc.
Rounds 2-3 (RS) Ch1,dc in each st around, ss to
SIZE S ONLY beg dc.
Fasten off.
Round 4 Ch4 (counts astr, ch1), tr in st at base HEM
of ch-3 *tr in each st and ch-1 sp to ch-3 sp, (2tr, With RS facing and using a 4mm hook, work
ch3, 2tr) in ch-3 sp; rep from * across to final st, 160 (192: 224: 256) sts evenly around lower
(tr, ch1, tr) in final st, turn. edge, ss to beg dc.
[41sts, 2 ch-1 sps, 2 ch-3 sps] Rounds 2-3 (RS) Ch1,dc in each st around, ss to
Fasten off. beg dc.
Fasten off.
SIZE M ONLY

Round 4 Ch5 (counts as dtr, ch1), dtr in st at
base of ch-3 *dtr in each st and ch-1 sp to ch-3
sp, (2dtr, ch3, 2dtr) in ch-3 sp; rep from * across
to final st, (2dtr, ch1, 2dtr) in final st, turn.
[45 sts, 2 ch-1 sps, 2 ch-3 sps]
Fasten off.

SIZE L ONLY

Round 4 Ch6 (counts as ttr, ch1), ttr in st at base
of ch-3 *ttr in each st and ch-1 sp to ch-3 sp,
(2ttr, ch3, 2ttr) in ch-3 sp; rep from * across to
final st, (2ttr, ch1, 2ttr) in final st, turn.
[45 sts, 2 ch-1 sps, 2 ch-3 sps]
Fasten off.

SIZE XL ONLY

Round 4 Ch7 (counts as dttr, ch1), dttr in st at
base of ch-3 *dttr in each st and ch-1 sp to ch-3
sp, (2dttr, ch3, 2dttr) in ch-3 sp; rep from * across
to final st, (3dttr, ch1, 3dttr) in final st, turn.
[49 sts, 2 ch-1 sps, 2 ch-3 sps]
Fasten off.

TO MAKE UP
Block all the Motifs before joining them.
Using the Diagrams on page 95, whipstitch the
Motifs together, working through the bl only.

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK ANALTERNATIVE FOUNDATION RING

1Begin by making aslipknot 2Now makeaturning chain 3…work yrh andpulla loop 4Continue working stitches
and placing it onyourhook. for the sts youwantto work through. Yrhandpulltheloop into the first chain loop,
Then make 1chain, tightening (above, wemade1t-ch for dc). through both loops on the although you’ll find that only
up the slipknot afterwards. Now work the stitches of the hook. You’ll have made your around 4-6 stitches will fit.
The first chain will beyour first round into thefirst chain first double crochet stitch into Work a slip stitch tojoin the
foundation ring. you made–fordc, insertthe the foundation ring. first andlast stitches and
hook into thechain… completethefirst round.

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NOTES
Q Scheepjes Chunky Monkey
(100% acrylic, 100g/116m) Scarf is worked in rows throughout.
1 ball of each: Change colour at the end of each row using
Yarn A Cream (1005) the colour sequence listed.
Yarn B Baby Blue (1034)
Yarn C Blush (1130) SCARF The fabric is made inone-row stripes in14
Yarn D Amethyst(1432) bright colours in aran-weight for sturdiness
Yarn E Lemon (1263) COLOUR SEQUENCE
Yarn F Heather (1724) Yarn A, Yarn B, Yarn C, Yarn D, Yarn E, Yarn C,
Yarn G Hot Pink (1257) Yarn F,Yarn G, Yarn H, Yarn I, Yarn A, Yarn B,
Yarn H Pistachio(1316) Yarn C, YarnJ,Yarn D, Yarn E, Yarn A,Yarn H,
Yarn I Mayflower(1082) Yarn C, YarnJ,Yarn K,Yarn L, Yarn A, Yarn H,
Yarn J Punch (2013) Yarn C, Yarn M, YarnJ,Yarn E, Yarn B, Yarn A,
Yarn K Orange (2002) Yarn I, Yarn H, Yarn N, Yarn M, Yarn C, Yarn G,
Yarn L Golden Yellow(1114) Yarn D, Yarn L, Yarn A, Yarn E, Yarn C, Yarn B,
Yarn M Lime (1821) Yarn I, Yarn G, Yarn F,Yarn A,Yarn K,Yarn D,
Yarn N Wild Orchid(1084) Yarn L, Yarn E, Yarn B, Yarn C, Yarn G, Yarn H,
YarnJ,Yarn A,Yarn F,Yarn A,Yarn F,Yarn A.
Q A 7mm (US K/10 or L/11) hook
For yarn stockists contact SCARF At the corner ofthetriangle shape, work two
Scheepjes Using Yarn A, make magic loop. sets of stitch repeats into ch-2spaces
www.scheepjes.com/en Row 1 (RS) Ch3 (counts as dc, ch1 throughout), in ch-2 sp, (ch1, skip next dc, dc in next ch-1 sp)
dc in loop, ch1,dc in loop, ch2, (dc in loop, ch1) rep across to final ch-1 sp, dc in in ch-1 sp, ch1,
TENSION twice, dc in loop, turn. dc in final st, turn.
[6 sts, 4 ch-1 sps, 1 ch-2 sp] [12sts, 10 ch-1 sps, 1 ch-2 sp]
Tension is not critical, but it may Row 2 (WS) Ch3, dc in first ch-1 sp, ch1, skip dc, Rows 5-60 As Row 4.
affect the yarn quantities required dc in next ch-1 sp, ch1,skip dc, (dc, ch2, dc) in [124 sts, 122 ch-1 sps, 1 ch-2 sp]
ch-2 sp, (ch1, skip dc, dc in next ch-1 sp) twice, Fasten off and weave in ends.
MEASUREMENTS ch1, dc in final st, turn.
[8 sts, 6 ch-1 sps, 1 ch-2 sp]
Scarf measures approx 172x86cm Row 3 Ch3, dc in first ch-1 sp, (ch1, skip next dc,
(67x33in) across widest points dc in next ch-1 sp) twice, ch1,skip next st, (dc,
ch2, dc) in ch-2 sp, (ch1, skip next dc, dc in next
ABBREVIATIONS ch-1 sp) 3 times, ch1, dc in final st, turn.
[10sts, 8 ch-1 sps, 1 ch-2 sp]
For a full list, see page 90 Row 4 Ch3, dc in first ch-1 sp, (ch1, skip dc, dc in
next ch-1 sp) across to ch-2 sp, ch1,(dc, ch2, dc)

SIMPLE STEPS HOW TO WORK STRIPES AND WEAVE INYARN ENDS

1Stop working the last stitch 2 Continue with thenew 3 Work thenext stitch over 4Continue across the row
of the previous row before the colour, working thet-ch as the top ofboth yarn tails so until the tails are completely
final yrh. Work the final yrh in usual, and then lay both tails that they’ll be worked into the hidden and complete the rest
the new colour. Cutoff theold of yarn along the topof the stitch, and simultaneously be of the rowas usual.
yarn, leavinga7cm-long tail. last complete rowof stitches. woven in.

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