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We know that there are lots of talented crocheters out there that design their own patterns,
if you would like to share one of your patterns please email us.


GWEN'S RAINBOW SQUARE

GWEN L - WOORIM, QLD Gwen from our crochet group, has created this clever interwoven rainbow granny square!  Once complete they can be used to make rugs, bags, or just about anything. Gwen sure has been thinking outside the square!   

 

 

 

 

 

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MOTIFS

Motifs are small patterned circles, squares or other shapes, which when joined together form larger pieces of crocheting. The size of the motif will vary with the size of the yarn used,
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The most common motif is the Granny square. This is usually crocheted with 8ply yarn in a variety of colours and joined together to form knee rugs. This is a good way to use up scrap yarn.

 

 

 

 We have lots of inquires about how to crochet granny squares.  So we have for you a Free Granny Square pattern from our Paragon book PARC126 Learn to Crochet
Edited by Vicki Moodie


A special thanks goes out this month to NOELEEN W – CALLIOPE, QLD, who sent me this gorgeous scarf!! I just love it! Noeleen was even kind enough to send us the pattern that she has made up herself. Noeleen says she has been knitting since she was 10 and is now 78!! Thanks again Noeleen.

 

 

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CORNER TO CORNER AFGHAN (PAT'S RUG)  

 
Make this great rug in your favourite footy colours!
GO CABOOLTURE SNAKES!

 

 

 

PAT H - CABOOLTURE, QLD.  Pat from our crochet classes showed us the pattern for this great footy rug!  Using 8ply yarn and a 4mm hook it makes a good size rectangle football rug.  (140cm square).  Thanks Pat.
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KAY'S RUG

KAY Z - CABOOLTURE, QLD Kay from crochet class has recently been doing volunteer work at nursing homes, she came to us with this pattern for a beautiful crocheted knee rug.  It uses 8ply yarn and 4.00mm hook. 
Keep up the good work Kay.  Click here for the FREE PATTERN