Filet Crochet CHART-Mary

from Crochet Designs by Viktoria-Lyn

Filet Crochet CHART-Mary Pattern

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Filet Crochet CHART-Mary Chart Mary

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Crocheting

Type:

Home Decor

Item:

Wall Hanging

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • filet crochet
  • double crochet
  • chain stitch
  • reading charts

Pattern Description:

NOW WITH ROW-BY-ROW INSTRUCTIONS!!

This chart measures 124 blocks wide by 148 blocks high

This pattern was based on using the following: 4dc mesh, #10 crochet cotton (approx. 2092 yards) and a size 7 hook (US sizing). With these materials the finished size could be 18.7 in wide by 29.9 in high. If you do 3dc mesh your piece will be smaller.

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In your pattern packet you will find:
ಌA picture of what your pattern might look like when its done.
ಌA chart of your pattern
ಌRow-by-Row instructions for your pattern
ಌ An tutorial on reading your row-by-row instructions.
ಌA general instruction sheet
ಌA tutorial on 3dc mesh
ಌA tutorial on 4dc mesh
ಌA tutorial on working patterns from your computer
ಌA table containing stitch counts for both 3dc mesh and 4 dc mesh

With the purchase of this pattern, I give you the right to make and sell as many of the items as you wish. I think it only fair that you should be able to make money off of your hard work. I do ask that you not make copies of the pattern to give away or sell, as this is my work. All of my patterns have a registered copyright at www.myfreecopyright.com

Since this is a digital product I can not offer refunds or exchanges. If you have any questions please ask before your purchase.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 124 blocks wide by 148 blocks high

About Designer

About Designer

Viktoria-Lyn on craftsy.com

I have always been a crafter. I learned to crochet at 11 and never looked back. Over the last 40+ years I have taught myself to knit, do bead work, plastic canvas, paint..you name it, I have probably tried it. At the height of the bead craze I owned my own bead shop and taught beading lessons. There is just so much satisfaction in creating something by hand and the joy you get when you see how ...

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