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Entrelac Crochet Fingerless Gloves


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  • Tunisian Crochet
  • Worked In The Round

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These gloves are worked in the round using Tunisian Simple Stitch. You will be working strips of squares which are turned on their point to make the entrelac pattern. It may be a little challenging if you are unfamiliar with Tunisian crochet, but once you get the hang of it becomes quite easy. SKILL LEVEL Intermediate / Advanced YARN Light Worsted (DK) weight yarn Color A - Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 851 - 25 m (28 yds) Color B - Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 804 - 1 5 m (17 yds) Color C - Cascade 220 Superwash shade no. 914a - 20 m (22 yds) All meterage / yardage has been rounded up. CROCHET HOOK 3.5 mm (E) size crochet hook. GAUGE Each square measures approximately 4.75 cm across from point to point and one strip measures 19 cm. Measure around your hand just below the knuckles and above the thumb. If this measurement is larger than 20 cm, try using a hook size one size larger. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY slip stitches, single crochet, tunisian simple stitch PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade 220 Superwash

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Hi! My name is Leonie Morgan and I am a crochet pattern designer. I am the author of three crochet books published by Macmillan in the US and Search Press in the UK. I'm a crochet addict with a large yarn stash and more crochet blankets than I’ll ever need! Everything in this shop was designed by me. The patterns were written by me and you can contact me personally by email - I'm always happy to help with any queries. I love designing with colour. I prefer worsted or DK weight yarn and a nice big hook and just love motifs and blocks. Whatever I’m designing, the colour choice is the exciting bit. I enjoy the process of designing from initial fumblings with scrap yarn to picking colours and writing up patterns. I live in beautiful, green Wales where there are approximately 3 sheep for every person! That's a lot of wool :) There's a long tradition of woollen textiles and woollen mills in Wales that was at its height in the 19th century and still survives today. The name of the village I live in means 'valley of the little mill'. I love the historical link to wool that's right on my doorstep! It’s great to see what people have made using my designs, so, if you’ve made something from one of my designs please share on my Facebook page or on Ravelry. I love to see peoples finished projects! Happy Hooking!