Fruit bowls/bread baskets by Frances Powell
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Fruit bowls/bread baskets

Crochet
July 2011
Thread ?
1.5 mm
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

Skill level required: Intermediate

NOTE: The rectangular bowl may be stiffened as either a rectangular or oval shaped bowl.

Materials required:
Either bowl: approx 50g (309 yards/285 metres) No 10 or No 12 crochet cotton, 1.50 mm crochet hook.
For starching requirements see pattern.

Gauge:
Rectangular bowl:
4 rows of tr US dc = 1-inch/2.5 cm, 10 tr US dc = 1-inch/2.5 cm
Round bowl: Rounds 1-3 measures 1¼-inches/3 cm diameter.

Finished size (although this depends on the size and shape of the bowl you use as a mould when stiffening, a rough guide to size is given below):
Rectangular/Oval bowl: 6-inches/15 cm wide by 10-inches/25 cm long, 2½-inhes/6 cm deep
Round bowl: 9½-inches/24 cm diameter, 2-inches/5 cm deep

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