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Tag: V Stitch


Caradonna Cowl Neck Poncho

Simple crochet mesh creates this flowing and easy-to-wear poncho. Rounds are worked turned and the last half of the body has slits along the front sides to make it easy to belt or tuck into a skirt or trousers. The swingy loose fit makes this a garment you will delight in wearing as the season changes.

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Pavona Wrap

This charming lace wrap is a must-have addition to your vacation suitcase. Have a great time crocheting this fun lace pattern that uses semi-solid and open mesh fan stitch repeats to create a wrap that you will reach for all the time. Worked out from a central foundation in the semi-solid fan stitch, each end of this generous wrap has 5 mesh stripes to give a bold graphic finish.

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One Skein Mathilde Cowl

A simple stacked rows foundation starts this cowl off with the look of picots, then a four-row lace repeat creates textured arrows with defined points around the base. One 100-gram ball of worsted weight yarn is all you need to crochet this fascinating cowl.

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La Jolla Swoncho

This lacy swoncho with three-quarter length sleeves is the perfect layer to slip over a summer outfit for a little warmth when the evening cools off or the air conditioning is too chilly. The lopsided lace stitch pattern is easy to learn and the increases are simple enough an adventurous beginner can tackle this project.

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Clarice Scarf

The Clarice Scarf is a quick-to-stitch pattern that makes a great gift! Fast and fun V-stitch gets maximum color impact by alternating bold brights with trendy blush pink. Fabulous fringe in coordinating colors finishes off the scarf, adding lots of texture and movement as you stroll through the neighborhood.

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Lemon Buttercup Shawl

This shawl is the ideal companion for cold days in early spring. It is worked in a soft and warm alpaca yarn and has a rather dense – but not stiff – fabric. It impresses with two stripes in a warm yellow tone which are embedded in a mesh of the main color.

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Rad in Red Tank

Crochet motifs are a really fun way of creating fabric—especially when they are joined as you go. Changing hook sizes is an easy way to create shaping with smaller motifs at the waist, and larger, looser ones at the hips. Make this top as shown or customize the length into an airy summer dress!

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