Daughter of Dragons Shrug by Jennifer Christensen
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Daughter of Dragons Shrug

September 2015
Light Fingering ?
6 stitches and 3 rows = 1 inch
in Crocodile Stitch (reverse side)
3.25 mm (D)
2000 - 3500 yards (1829 - 3200 m)
small-15” (medium-16”, large-17”) Measured from shoulder to shoulder over the shoulder blades.
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This shrug is written for a custom snug fit, covering only the arms and the back across the shoulder blades with a long tie “closure” across the collarbone in the front.

Difficulty Level:
Advanced Intermediate/Experienced

(Must have knowledge of how to work around the post of a stitch. Previous knowledge of the Crocodile Stitch is helpful, but there are many tutorials online to learn the basics of the stitch pattern.)

Back – small-15” (medium-16”, large-17”) Measured from shoulder to shoulder over the shoulder blades. Length is customized by the armhole measurement of the finished sleeve.

Sleeves – small-7” (medium-8”, large-9”) Wrist Circumference, at the least 1” larger than actual wrist measurement. Length is customizable

Materials: Patons Lace Sachet (2/Fine yarn), between approx 2,000yds to 3,500yds 3.25 mm hook or size for gauge
Stitch markers (split ring or locking type)

Optional for embellishment: Charms, Beads, Sequins
Length of jewelry chain double or more the length of the back and/or sleeves
Jump rings (the split kind), needle and thread
Jewelry pliers, or small needle nose pliers to work the jump rings

25 Page Pattern includes:

  • Customizable sleeve length
  • “Mix and Match” your sleeve size with your back size
  • Crocodile Stitch pattern
  • Stitch Pattern Guide & Reference photos
  • All crochet stitches are in US Terminology

The matching Dragon Scale Head Kerchief shown in the photos with the shrug is a Free Pattern. Fave it here on Ravelry and Download it on by Midknight Designs on WordPress.