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Texas Pot Holder - Hot Pad


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Written Crochet PATTERN: Texas State Shape Hot Pad - Made by Yarn Hookers. ********************************************************************* SINGLE COLOR ITEM! Finished Size: 8" (at widest point) 6" (at longest point) 8" (from the most Northern tip to the most Southern tip) **WWW.YARNHOOKERS.COM** UPON PURCHASE - Pattern will automatically be emailed to email address listed on the Transaction Receipt within 24 hours. Please CONVO me, if other email address should be used! ****************************************************************************************************** MATERIALS REQUIRED: ****************************** CROCHET HOOK SIZE: (G/6 - 4.25 mm) YARN: 50 Yards BRAND: Red Heart Supersaver COLOR: Blue 1 - YARN NEEDLE ABBREVIATIONS (US): ************************** CH - CHAIN SL ST - SLIP STITCH SC - SINGLE CROCHET STITCH TR - TREBLE CROCHET STITCH

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