Instructions given fit small (child); changes for medium (woman’s small), large (woman’s medium/ man’s small), X-large (woman’s large/ man’s medium) and 2X-large (man’s large) are in [ ].
Length: 71/2(small) [81/2(medium), 91/2(large), 101/2(X-large), 111/2 (2X-large)] inches
Circumference: 6 [7, 8, 9, 10] inches
• Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick super bulky (super chunky) weight acrylic/wool yarn (6 oz/106 yds/170g per ball): 2 [2, 2, 2, 3] balls #536 fossil
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Crochet a fun and easy bracelet in an hour! It’s made by crocheting two separate spirals that are twisted together. Make a bunch to give as gifts!
The Inspiring World of Irish Crochet
Traditional Irish crochet, with its beautiful lacy motifs and the intricately cabled fisherman sweaters of the last century, still inspires modern crochet designers today. Recently we asked crochet designers and good friends, Bonnie Barker and Jennifer E. Ryan, to chat about their friendship and Irish-inspired crochet designs. The following is an excerpt from their video chat. Make sure to visit their websites to watch the complete video between these two good friends.
Scrappy Shells Throw
Larger amounts of scrap yarn in a coordinated palette offer a different way to use up your stash. Crocheted from the center out, each 2-round color band is set off with a single round of navy blue.
Totally Scrappy Scarf
Using less than 12 yards per row and simple single crochet and chain stitches, this stash-busting scarf is a perfect way to brighten up a winter outfit!
Popular from the moment it was first published in the April 2012 issue of Crochet World, this cute puppy is such a fun project to make! Make up a bunch to sell at craft fairs or to give as gifts.
Olga Starostina & The Timeless Beauty of Irish Crochet
Years ago, when I was new to crochet, I heard a woman say she stopped knitting “because there’s nothing new to learn.” I was shocked. With new techniques and stitch patterns emerging, there is so much to know about crochet and knit work.
Scrappy Hot Pad
Crocheted in size 3 thread, this double-thick pot holder will add a spot of color to your kitchen decor!
Linen Stitch Rug
A true scrap-friendly project, this rug is crocheted holding 5 strands of worsted-weight yarn together! With an easy-to-memorize pattern and large hook, you’ll be done in no time!
I Love Scraps Afghan
If you’re making an afghan to show someone you love them, this one is perfect! As you stitch this pattern using colorful scrap yarn, little rows of hearts appear.
Cascading Shells Throw
A pretty shell design, crocheted from the center out, is even more striking when you combine similar colors together to create gradient stripes.
Loading Cast Bullets and Accurate 5744
Priscilla Caught In Sex Tape Nightmare!
ELVIS’ EX FEARS FILMS MADE AS TEEN COULD SURFACE.
Unseasonal showers wash away Pongal business
THOUSANDS of small-time traders in Tiruchy, who were banking on Pongal sale to help them recover from loss due to the pandemic, are a disappointed lot.
Sassy with the chassis!
In this very issue you can read about our ride of Allen’s Super Six Zed! Here, he’s getting on with bike number two!
Play of Sciography
Project: Design Studio, Nashik, Maharashtra.Architects: Synectics Architects, Nashik, Maharashtra
All about polenta
Hailing from Northern Italy, this ‘peasant’ staple is incredibly\ versatile. Here, we show you how.
TECHNICAL IS YOUR ANCHOR CHAIN UP TO THE JOB?
It’s all well and good having a solid anchor, but having ground tackle that is going to keep you secure is equally important, says Vyv Cox
GET IT RIGHT ITALIAN MERINGUE
Follow these simple steps to guarantee the softest, shiniest, silkiest Italian meringue
Black Pepper– An Overview
Black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) native of south India popularly known as” king of spices”. Pepper is mostly used in the curry recipes as masalas and also as an ingredient in the prescriptions of folk medicine, Ayurveda, and traditional medicinal systems. The spicy tang of pepper is due to the presence of piperamides which are the pungent bioactive alkaloids accumulate in the skin and seeds of the fruit. Among them, piperine is the major chemical constituent responsible for the bitter taste of the black pepper.