Rowena by Julie Blagojevich
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Rowena

Crochet
June 2016
Lace ?
26 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
2.75 mm (C)
875 yards (800 m)
one size
US
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Rachael Cook, owner of Sherwood Yarn, asked me to collaborate with her on a crocheted project using one of her gorgeous yarns. She generously provided the yarn for this design and let me choose the yarn type and the colorway. I chose her Falkland Fine Merino Laceweight in the Greendale colorway. The yarn is so soft and so wonderful to crochet with, and Rachael dyed it to perfection. So many beautiful subtleties of green in it. I had fun with each stitch I made.

Description
Rowena is a scalene triangle worked from a starting point with just 2 chains. It gradually increases in length and width, ending with a wide, ornate edging. Along the way, there are ornamental rows to keep your interest while crocheting.

Dimensions
(pre-blocking) 41.5 inches (105 cm) tall by 25 inches (63.5 cm) wide; (post-blocking) 48 inches (122 cm) tall by 29.5 inches (75 cm) wide

Stitches and Stitch Combinations Used
chain; double crochet; double treble crochet; extended single crochet(explained); single crochet; slip st; treble crochet; two double crochet cluster (explained); two treble crochet cluster (explained); V-stitch (explained)

Pattern PDF
The pattern is 8 pages in length. It has 5 photos and multiple tables to keep track of your stitch counts.

Testers
These wonderful testers worked their projects beautifully and kept detailed information for crocheters on their project pages: Alivaz, jench71, cindi120, kristinlynn, LeasaGraham, Sskcraftshop, and alma654.

Please send me a message if you have any questions about this design, or consider joining our group, CrochetWorks.

Note: If you are confused about whether or not to skip the first stitch in Row 13 under the first set of 6 ch and the first cluster, you do skip this stitch. The rest should follow naturally.