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Wrapped In Love Slouch


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I was looking to create a slouch that would appeal to all ages. I settled on the Wrapped In Love Slouch for it's beautiful stitches, soft texture, and airy look. Available in sizes newborn through adult, it maintains a sophistication not limited to Valentine's Day. The pattern contains written instruction, as well as photo tutorials to help you with any questions you may have. Of course, you are welcome to message me as well with questions. Facebook: Email: This paid pattern is registered and protected by copyright. Pattern and photographs may not be shared, altered, reproduced, sold or published in print or electronic form without consent of owner. Permission to sell finished items is granted upon purchase of pattern. I request you link back to my shop when selling online. Copyright (c) Michelle Warwick 2014 BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Single Crochet Double Crochet Chain GAUGE 4 st = 1" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Newborn - Adult SUGGESTED YARN 175 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Vanna's Choice

Recommended with this pattern

  • Two Colours Worsted Weight
  • J (6.00 mm) Hook
  • Tapestry Needle

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From Home
From Home
The first time I touched a hook was the summer of 89. My aunt was tired of us kids complaining about being bored, and put us to work making butterfly magnets. We used single and double crochet to complete these adorable magnets with pipe cleaner antennae. It was 23 years later before I picked up a hook again and after encouragement of Facebook friends, From Home was created a few days before my 33 birthday this past January. Most of what I know now was self taught (minus those 2 stitches Aunt Jan showed me). and six months ago, patterns looked like gibberish to me. I am proud of how far I have come in such a short time, and look forward to a future of hooking and creation.