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Chain Ripple Belt

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PATTERN DETAILS

Wear this ripple belt over a tunic or dress to add fashion and flair. The easy to work and easy-to-wear style can be made in an evening and worn the next day. I designed the belt to be worn at the waist, with the ends overlapping in the back, but they can also overlap in front. The chains wrap around and tie in the front. A note about the pattern: I prefer to write patterns that can be easily worked to your exact specifications. This means, you can use whatever yarn and hook you please, and get a belt that fits you perfectly. My approach is to have you get started by swatching your chosen yarn and measuring yourself or the intended recipient of the belt. After a couple of quick and easy calculations, you're ready to go and you've already tried out the stitch pattern, so there should be no worries or needless ripping and resizing. GAUGE The model belt is worked at a gauge of 12 stitches per 4"in the chain ripple pattern. Gauge is adjustable in this pattern -- see pattern description. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The model belt is 31"long not including the chain ties.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Yarn used in model belt: 1 skein Blue Sky Alpacas Worsted Hand Dyes [100g per 91m, 50% alpaca, 50% merino], #2014 Olive
  • USI/5.5mm crochet hook, or size needed to obtain desired gauge
  • Yarn needle

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I'm a writer and crochet and knitwear designer. I learned to crochet at the age of eight from my grandmother, and never stopped. I blog at "The Hook and I" (http://www.thehookandi.com) about fiber, food and life in coastal Alaska where I live with my family. I'm the former co-editor of Inside Crochet magazine, and I'm the author of The Color Book of Felted Crochet, Creative Homeowner Publishing, Inc., Knits for Bears to Wear, a book of knits for teddy bears, dolls and toys of all sorts published in 2008 by Potter Craft, and its companion book, Crochet for Bears to Wear (2010).