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Crochet Wool Felted Bowls

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This an easy spiral pattern which starts with a flat base and then builds sides to make any size wool felted bowl! It's fun when using a large crochet hook, wool yarn or roving and novelty yarn, and perhaps add some beads! You will see how easy it is to felt your bowls in a washing machine or hand felting! After they have felted, have fun embellishing your bowls, which make beautiful gifts and have tons of uses! Pattern includes instructions, felting directions & information, color photos, and diagrams. Basic US crochet stitches are illustrated including the slip knot, chain, single crochet, increase stitches, and slip stitch. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Slip knot, chain, single crochet, increase stitches, slip stitch GAUGE Not necessary SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3 inches x 3 inches 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches Make any size bowl! SUGGESTED YARN 150 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Patons Classic Worsted Wool and Patons Roving

Recommended with this pattern

  • Crochet Hook Size L/11 (8mm) or N/15 (10mm)
  • 1 Ball 100% Wool Yarn or Roving
  • 1 Ball Novelty Yarn

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Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
Alaska Locker Hooking Etc.
I am an author, fiber artist, and a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher), specializing in locker hooking, crochet, sewing, mixed media, and Zentangle Art. "Alaska Locker Hooking Etc." started in 1999, after I wrote the first book on locker hooking with fabric entitled, "Locker Hooking With Fabric Strips" and I started teaching classes. In 2005, I started designing crochet patterns and teaching rag rug classes. I also make "Alaskan Stuffies", which are fun stuffed polar fleece creatures with crazy eyes and big hearts! In 2014, I became a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher), and was trained by Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts, founders of the Zentangle INC. in Providence, Rhode, Island. I currently teach Zentangle Art classes in Anchorage, Alaska.