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If used as a standalone pattern it can be made into a pillow, tote bag, table runner or anything you want. All you have to do is either make 2 or more same squares or make a square in same size to be the background of the pillow or tote bag.
The stitch includes half double crochet (in US terms), chains, and slip stitches.
For Community Garden CAL I used hdc but you can also use dc. The size by hdc will be about 16’’ square if the gauge I had with the yarn I used is achieved with same or any other yarn. With dc stich it will be even bigger (by my guess about 21-22 inches).
Yarn- Any yarn #4 weight in 5 colors (white, red, black, light green, dark green). Look below in the introduction for guidance on what yardage is needed. I used Drops Paris, 100% cotton, Aran (8wpi) for 5mm hook (US 8), 50g=75m (82 yards)
Gauge- 6.5 blocks x 6.5 blocks=4×4” (10×10 cm) if hdc stitches were used. End size of the square is 41×41 cm.
Needle for weaving in the ends
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Yarn supply needed (based on yarn I used):
Black color=2.84m (3.08 yards)
Red color=25g=37.7m (less than one skein-about half)
Light green=23.5g=35m (less than one skein-about half)
Dark green= 39.5g= 59m (less than one skein)
White= 79g=118m (about 1.5 skein)
On the graph each block is one C2C block.
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Until next time yarnies!
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