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Equinox Wrap - Tunisian Crochet Pattern

$7.50

**This listing is for a PDF pattern only**

 

The Equinox wrap is a Tunisian crochet rectangular shawl made by starting at one corner and increasing to desired width. Inspired by the changes that the spring equinox welcomes, this pattern fades and shifts seamlessly from one section to the next. Once you have completed the beginning, this pattern becomes very rhythmic and relaxing from start to finish.

I have a couple of stitch tutorials on my IGTV channel to assist you throughout the pattern.

Finished Measurements:

Width x Length

14” x 66” (after blocking)

Yardage:

Fingering weight yarn

About 930-960 yards total
I found through my testers that yardage greatly depended on hook size used. I suggest having a little extra on hand if you are unsure.

Color 1: 380 yds/348 m
Color 2: 220 yds/202 m
Color 3: 360 yds/330 m

Suggested Hook:

5.5mm Tunisian crochet hook with at least a 16” cord.

Notions:

Tapestry needle, tape measure, scissors.

Techniques featured:

Tunisian knit stitch, Tunisian purl stitch, Tunisian rib stitch (Tunisian twisted simple stitch), Tunisian simple stitch, yarn over, Tunisian knit stitch two together, Tunisian full stitch.

Please feel free to message me with any questions about the pattern! I am most active on instagram @mavencrafted

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