Map of England by Frances Powell
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Map of England

Crochet
March 2011
Thread ?
UK
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Not suitable for a first project in filet work. Suitable for Intermediate crochet workers.

Main part of the pattern is worked from a chart. Border has both written and charted instructions. May be worked with or without the top name panel and with or without the border.

Materials required:
Small map panel –
0.75 mm crochet hook, No 80 crochet cotton or No 70 tatting thread - 2 x 5g ball (195 yards/180 metres.
Large mat – 1.50 mm crochet hook, No 10 crochet cotton – approx 325 yards/300 metres.

Approximate finished sizes
Small map panel –
with top header 6½-inches/16.5 cm by 8¼-inches/21 cm, without top header 6½-inches/16.5 cm by 6¾-inches/17 cm
Large mat – with top header 13-inches/32.5 cm by 17-inches/42.5 cm, without top header 13-inches/32.5 cm by 14½-inches/36.25 cm

Gauge –
Small map panel –
18 tr=1-inch/2.5 cm and 9 rows = 1-inch/2.5 cm
Large mat - 10 tr = 1 inch/2.5 cm and 4 rows = 1-inch/2.5 cm

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