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Autumn Winds


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  • Tunisian Crochet

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Note: I have added a chart for those that crochet visually. Autumn Winds is a craft hybrid, constituting three styles of stitch work. Its construction consists of the body done in Tunisian Crochet, the top border worked in knitting and the bottom border worked in regular crochet. The Tunisian lace stitch pattern provides a delicate, yet warm affect to keep your shoulders and neck warm from those autumn winds. The crocheted edging provides a subtle balance with picots while the knit border gives a dimension of texture in this shawl that can be crocheted as well. The stitch pattern is easy to pick up and adaptable. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Tunisian Crochet Knitting Crochet GAUGE no gauge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 57' wingspan, 27' long at longest point SUGGESTED YARN 880 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Picks Gloss COLORWAY Masala

Recommended with this pattern

  • 5.5 mm "I-9" Tunisian crochet hook
  • #2 (3.0 mm) 32' circular
  • 3.75 mm "F" crochet hook

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CCM Designs
I am a designer, fiber artist and blogger from Baltimore, MD. I have three beautiful children and I love writing, cooking, surfing the net, and playing in fiber. The journey I have been on for the last two years has been a profound experience. I have usually just crocheted hats, scarves and blankets. I usually always use the patterns of others, sometimes modifying the patterns to suit my tastes. When I gave birth to my youngest child in 2010, I decided soon after that I wanted to knit. I think at that point, the fiber world had me at "Hello". As someone who (used to) exclusively crochet with acrylic (ack!) yarn, I found a great deal of frustration with yarn sometimes. But out of pure curiosity, I have discovered the world of fiber, and thus spinning, dyeing and other fiber goodness have opened up to me. I have fallen deep in love. With yarn. So now I'm hooked! And with a new lease on life, I'm taking life by the horns and giving it a good shake. In my shaking, I find that I like to design and find it a fulfilling and challenging endeavor. As if having three children and a full time job doesn't present is own set of challenges. :/ But I hope my designs invoke discussion about the possibilities of fiber art beyond the traditional. I look to break molds, tear down barriers and "think outside the hook".