1:12th scale Tri-colour bedspread by Frances Powell
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1:12th scale Tri-colour bedspread

January 2005
Thread ?
0.6 mm
both US and UK
This pattern is available for £1.25 GBP
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ERRATA found at END of Rows 3 and 5 of stripe pattern on patterns purchased prior to September 2014

UK terms: 3 tr into 4th of 4 ch at start of previous row, should read: 3 tr into dc at start of previous row

US terms: 3 dc into 4th of 4 ch at start of previous row, should read 3 dc into sc at start of previous row

This pattern is now available with a choice of either UK or US crochet terms

Ability level: Intermediate

Materials required: size 0.60 mm hook, 1 x 5g balls No 80 crochet cotton 80 or Tatting thread No 70 in each of three contrasting colours.

Finished size: 7-inches/18cm by 6-inches/15 cm approx.

Gauge – Rows 1-5 = ½-inch/1.25 cm

Instructions are included for resizing the bedspread to fit any miniature bed, but remember if increasing the size to allow extra thread for this.


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