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This is an easy going pattern, with a simple repeat. The border is built in as we build up the body of the wrap.
While this has been made in light fingering yarn, it will also look good in slightly heavier weight yarns.
I thought आसान (āsāna) ; meaning "easy" in Hindi , pronounced "aa -saan", is an apt name for this wrap. This is a pattern that one can 'take along' while going on a drive, or while watching the telly, without the pattern sheet after just one repeat.
This pattern has been tested using :
a) 3-ply light fingering yarn : 100 gms / 570 yds ; 4 mm crochet hook ;
b) Astor by Filati Deluxe ; almost 2 skeins, at 80gr/280m(306yd) each ; 5mm crochet hook
Comments : Clear instructions ; good helpful photos ; took approx 8-10 hrs ;
Skill level by tester :easy/medium
c) Knit Picks Wool of the Andes Sport , 370 grams ; H crochet hook ;
Comments : Illustrations & photos clear, took about 8-9 hrs (I am a slow crocheter) ;
Skill level by tester : Easy
d) Premier yarns Serenity Garden yarn, 5 3/4 balls, about 375 g , G (4mm) ;
Comments :Finished size was 105" x 22" ; pattern it was easy , photos useful ; took 20 hrs or so ;
Skill level by tester : Intermediate easy---because of the border
e) Caron Pound of Love , 9 oz / 574 yards ; I (5.5mm) ;
Gauge : one repeat high x 7 trcs wide = 3" square
Comments : Instructions & photographs All were good :) ; took about 12 hrs approx ;
Skill level by tester :Advanced beginner - maybe beginner too.
500 yards of Fingering weight
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Crochet is my all time love and relaxer.. but I love craft in all forms.
I love macrame too.. something about tying those knots is calming.
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