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The Faux Fur Coat

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This is a fun and high fashion coat made using the crochet loop stitch (described in the pattern). It is loose, stylish, fashionable, and very warm. Perfect for styling up any outfit in these cold weather months! Supplies: I hook, worsted weight yarn (1,870 yards), tapestry needle Gauge: 7 stitches and 8 rows of single crochet = 2 inches Stitches: Chain (ch), Slip Stitch (sl st), Single Crochet (sc), Single Crochet 2 together (sc2tog), Loop Stitch (described in pattern) Sizes: S/M, L/XL Size Guide: S/M: 38 inches around body, 30 inches from shoulder to bottom, 11 inches around the bottom of sleeve, 25 inch long sleeve. L/XL: 46 inches around body, 34 inches from shoulder to bottom, 13 inches around the bottom of sleeve, 28 inch long sleeve. Pattern is property of Sans Limites Crochet. Please do not copy or distribute without consent from owner. Thank you! Visit SansLimitesCrochet.blogspot.com for more fun DIY's and ways to wear your handmade clothes! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY chain single crochet single crochet 2 together slip stitch loop stitch (described in pattern) GAUGE 7 stitches and 8 rows of single crochet = 2 inches SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS S/M: 38 inches around body, 30 inches from shoulder to bottom, 11 inches around the bottom of sleeve, 25 inch long sleeve L/XL: 46 inches around body, 34 inches from shoulder to bottom, 13 inches around the bottom of sleeve, 28 inch long sleeve. SUGGESTED YARN 1900 yards of Worsted weight

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  • I hook
  • tapestry needle
  • looooots of yarn

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Sans Limites Crochet
Sans Limites Crochet
Sara learned to knit and crochet in the 4th grade and started designing her own patterns soon after. She has used craft throughout her life in various school, service, and fundraising projects. She has been lucky enough to write and design patterns for a variety of organizations, most recently with the non-profit Krochet Kids International. She is determined to expand the world of crochet beyond afghans and granny squares and gets her inspiration from her love of clothes and fashion.