Blue Wings Wall Hanging
Ready to learn a fun new crochet colorwork method? If you have never tried intarsia crochet or any of the colorwork methods before, this pattern will be a fun challenge, it brings together more than one experience that you can learn while you enjoy playing with your colorful yarn to create this delightful butterfly 🦋
The pattern is written as a color abbreviation and includes a colored graphic Chart with detailed instructions and step-by-step pictures on how to crochet and assemble all the parts to make this wall hanging.
This flying butterfly will be a wonderful decorative piece as a wall decoration in your living room or the kid's room, it will give vitality to any place it is attached to 🦋
Blue Wings Wall Hanging Crochet pattern is available as a premium PDF in my Ravelry Store.
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•The Pattern is written in US terms.
•The pattern is written as a color abbreviation.
•The Wall Hanging is worked in "Single Crochet Stitch".
• The Pattern is written for intermediate crocheters or upper beginners who fill comfortable with color changing, but I promise you, even if you are a beginner you will learn it so quickly
•The wall Hanging is worked up using the Intarsia and the Fair Isle crochet method.
>> If you are not familiar with Intarsia crochet, here is a video by: (E'Claire Makery ) explains how the color changing works:
• Yarn: DK / Light Worsted / # 3 Yarn.
• Estimated Yardage = 334 YD.
>> Color suggestions :
- White = 220 YD.
- Black = 46 YD.
- Blue = 46 YD.
- Turquoise = 22 YD.
3.5mm Crochet Hook. ( I use Tulip crochet hook )
- Dowel rod or Tree Branch.
- Darning Needle.
• Panel Measurements: 12” x 12”/ 30 x 30 cm (not including fringe or hanging thread)
• Gauge: 19 sts x 26 rows = (4”x4”/10x10 cm) in SC.
Note: The gauge in the pattern is indicative and not mandatory. Any yarn can be used for this pattern. Of course, the size will vary depending on the yarn used, hook size, and tension.
Here is how the back looks, this is how the floating yarn looks behind the work, actually, I don't have a problem with that, it is the back of the work anyway. Remember that you have the choice to be creative as you like.
Also, you can get the PDF pattern from Love Crafts Store, with the yarn & color suggested and ready for you to pick.
Please keep in touch and let me know if you have any questions,
concerns, or anything else you may think of!