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doily Mandala or T yarn Rug crochet


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Doily Crochet Pattern or Mandala crochet Rug PDF Mandala Rug or Doily Crochet Pattern in two colors or just one! My dog loves the rug, I use it to meditate, it's cool for home decor, look great in bathrooms or kids room too... Plus with same pattern you can make a beautiful doily!!! It's easy and fast, you can make either rug or doily in a crochet session, you will fall in love and you can make as a gift! Skill Level > Easy / Beginner You will receive: - Text instructions in American Standard Terms - Symbols Diagram to make the Rug or the doily Stitches used in this tutorial: slip ring slip stitch Chain Single crochet Double crochet Treble crochet RUG: - Finished size 35.4 in (90 cm) diameter if you make it with bulky tarn, if not it suppose that will result smaller :) Materials: -Tarn know also as T-Yarn, T-Shirt Yarn, Tee shirt Yarn, Recycle Yarn, Craft Cord, etc This is really bulky, the most I found in market about 1/4 inch wide = 4WPI You will need approx > 42.3287 oz of grey and 21.1643 oz of blue. - 16 mm (Q) is a big crochet hook perfect for bulky tarn DOILIES: - Finished size: 13.8 in = 35 cm diameter Materials: I used colorful bulky cords crocheted with a 5 mm hook, but, it works with any yarn. .................................................................................................... (c)Sol Maldonado 2011 DO NOT COPY, reproduce, distribute this pattern/idea/design/tutorial. Welcome to sell finished item while you add a link to this pattern and give me the credits for my design in you item description. Thank you!

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Designing patterns is my life passion... make understandable tutorials, by clear instructions and high quality photos is my dreamed job! I work at home (Argentina) designing, making step by step photos and editing PDF files, but, when I travel I also work!!! I love to crochet or knit at beautiful and paradise places as: mountains, beaches and falls..this inspires me, feed me, and recharge my energy.To maintain this non-stop worker life, I also take pictures of the finished items in my trips, so each day I love more my work and I have plenty of joy along all the process. I learned most of "how to" make patterns at an Argentine Crafts Publisher, where I worked for 8 years making Crafts Magazines, which make my items serious professional patterns & tutorials e-books.