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Squash Blossom Bedspread


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Squashblossom Bedspread 66" x 100" Size H, 5.0 Crochet Hook 44 oz. Grey 40 oz. Turquoise 32 oz. Off-White 4 oz. White 4 oz. Beige/Tan Total Yardage: 6040 The Pueblo Indians were great farmers and Squash was a very important food supply. The squash blossom design is mostly found in jewelry (necklaces). This jewelry was always done in silver and turquoise, this is a depiction that will work beautifully as a bedspread. Eawith a color diagram and instruction sheet and includes the colors and amount of yarn required to successfully complete each pattern. All of our Patterns use 4 Ply Acrylic Yarn (wool can also be used if you prefer). You will also receive our detailed illustrated instructions showing the method used to change colors quickly and easily while at the same time, making a completely reversible piece of crochet work. Instant downloads print on standard legal size paper (8.5" x 14") If you can double crochet, you can Woven Stitch Crochet! This technique is ridiculously easy and horribly addicting. ....just one more row, then I will quit... :) We show you our technique using only BASIC DOUBLE CROCHET to produce multi-colored, completely reversible hand crocheted products in one easy step. The finished products maintain their shape and texture year after year. GAUGE 4 dc's in 1 row = 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 66" x 100" SUGGESTED YARN 6040 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Red Heart Super Saver Solids

Recommended with this pattern

  • 32 oz. Off-White
  • 40 oz. Turquoise
  • Size H 5.0 mm Crochet Hook

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Woven Stitch Crochet
I have been crocheting and designing since I was a young girl. ~~Happy Crocheting! In the beginning--- I was taught to crochet by Maude Baker who made very frilly doilies out of very fine crochet thread and very small steel crochet hooks. Fascinated me as a sixth grader. I wanted to learn so she decided to start me on pot holders with yarn and a large hook. I made one and then wanted to make a very large doily with pansies all around the edge. It took a long time but I was hooked!!! I continued to crochet from then on but was never satisfied with just one color and didn't like the idea of how it looked when I had to tie off one color and start another. By this time we were living in New Mexico and I loved the hand woven Navajo rugs but couldn't afford the prices they were bringing. My sister-in-law came to visit from Michigan and hinted that she would like a set of thunderbird placemats in turquoise and off-white. So, I drew up some designs and started to crochet with 4-ply acrylic yarn. I hated the way they looked with all the ends and they did not have the thickness or body I wanted. Aha!!! That's when I devised the method of changing colors without cutting off the old color and by running the color not being used through the inside of the double crochet. It also gave the piece stability and the desired thickness. I made those placemats and entered them in the Otero County Fair in Alamogordo, New Mexico. They won!