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AMERICAN THREAD COMPANY CLOVER LEAF SHETLAND FLOSS, 7, 1 Oz. Bal1s or
CLOVER LEAF LUSTRE WOOL, 7, 1 Oz. Balls.
1 Pair Bone Knitting Needles No. 1, 10 inches
1 Pair Bone Knitting Needles No.5 14 inches long
1 Steel Crochet Hook No.2
With No.1 needles cast on 78 sts, K 2, P 2 to end of row.
Next row: K the purled sts and purl the K stitches. Continue ribbing for 3 inches. Change to No.5 needles and K one row even.
Next row: Increase every 3rd st. (104 sts).
Next row: K 3, P 3, K 3, thread over, K 2 tog., K 82, thread over K 2 tog., K 3, P 3, K 3.
Next row: P 3, K 3, P 3, K 86, P 3, K 3, P 3.
Next row: K 3, P 3, K 3, thread over, K 2 tog., K 82, thread over, K 2 tog., K 3, P 3, K 3.
Next row: This starts the next block pattern at each side, K 3, P 3, K 3, K 86, K 3, P 3, K 3.
Next row: P 3, K 3, P 3, thread over, K 2 tog., K 82, thread over, K 2 tog., P 3, K 3, P 3.
Next row: K 3, P 3, K 3, K 86, K 3, P 3, K 3. This row completes the pattern. Repeat from the beginning of pattern row for 45 inches or desired length.
Next row: Decrease 1 st every 3rd st. (78 sts.) K one row even. Change to No.1 needles and work ribbing same as other end, bind off. Sew up ribbing to form cuff and sew seam of main part of
shoulderette as far as desired.
Finish with 2 crocheted buttons made as follows: Ch 3, work 5 sc in 1 st ch. Continue working sc for 4 rows, increasing a sufficient number of times to keep work flat. Next row decrease every second st. Fill work with cotton and continue work decreasing until work is closed up.
ch – chain
d tr c – double treble crochet dc – double crochet
St – stitch
Tr c – Treble crochet
s m – Solid Mesh
Sl st – slip stitch
sc – single crochet
p – picot
om – open mesh
dp – double picot
s dc – short double crochet
K – knit
P – purl
St – Stitch
Sts – Stitches
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