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Lace Spring bolero The spring is finally here!, time to put the cowls and scarf away and make a lovely lace shrug to go over all those lovely spring summer dresses!. This piece is very easy to wear and really not that difficult to make! Pretty basic stitches are used, with the lace repeat being quite simple. Materials and notions: 250 gr (685 yards) worsted weight yarn, I used Rowan silky tweed in rose pink Size hook H (5 mm) Tapestry needle Sizes: length (between sleeves) S/M :36 inches (91.5 cm), L/XL: 38.5 inches (98 cm) Hight (from neck to waist) S/M :25 inches (63.5 cm), L/XL: 29 inches (74 cm) You can adapt the size of the shrug by adding or subtracting rounds, I will let you know where. se note all my patterns are written in standard american terms. For giveaways, coupons and free patterns please visit my facebook on: and my blog: Thanks for visiting! ** This pattern is Copyright created and designed by Luz Patterns. This pattern may not be distributed in any form, that includes pictures text and instructions. You are welcome to sell the items that you make using the pattern, but please put a link back to my shop. Thanks. GAUGE 8sts and 7 rounds = 2 inches SUGGESTED YARN 685 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Rowan silky tweed in rose pink

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My name is Luz Mendoza and I am originally from Spain, from the beautiful Island of Tenerife, I moved to the UK over 17 years ago and live in London with my better half a wonderful english man and my three children, a boy and identical twin girls. I crochet, knit, sew, cook, bake and eat, laugh, play, hug, kiss… basically I am in love with life! I have decided to write the crochet patterns that are mostly inspired by my kids, sometimes it is what I think they need or like and sometimes it is just a plain request!, ‘mummy can you make me a…’ the best part is to see their faces when I gave them something that I have made, ‘mummy, you made it for me?’, I love it!, I hope you enjoy my patterns to. Happy Crocheting!