1:12th scale chair backs by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale chair backs

Crochet
May 2004
Thread ?
0.6 mm
1:12th scale
both US and UK
This pattern is available for £2.75 GBP
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This pattern is now available with a choice of either UK or US crochet terms

Materials required: Materials required for all items: 0.60 mm (US size 14) crochet hook, small amount (1/8th ball approximately) of No 100 crochet cotton or good quality sewing thread.
NOTE: The set can also be worked using No 80 crochet cotton or Tatting thread No 70 (allow 1 x 5g ball for the complete set), but this will slightly increase the size of all items. If you do wish to use this thicker yarn, make a trial chain first to check size variations.

Finished sizes (approx.):
Chairback –
1½-inches/4 cm across by 2-inches/5 cm long
Traycloth – 1-inch/2.5 cm across by 1½-inches/4 cm long
Chair arm covers - ½-inch/1.25 cm across ends, ¾-inch/2 cm deep

Gauge: 6 tr = ⅜-inch/1 cm across

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