Sonia D Fingerless Gloves and Beret crochet by Angèle Lumière
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Sonia D Fingerless Gloves and Beret crochet

Crochet
September 2017
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
4Dc and 2 rows = 1’’ [2,5 cm] in stitch pattern.
5.0 mm (H)
225 - 300 yards (206 - 274 m)
US
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This pattern was included with the Yarnbox September Classic 2017 2017!

These designs are inspired by the creative work of Sonia Delaunay.
Sonia Delaunay played a fundamental role in the development of Simultanism, a trend which she expressed both in painting and in the design of fashion, textiles and books, among others.
During the 1930s Sonia was in contact with groups of artists who advocated abstraction in art, such as Abstraction-Création and Cercle et Carré, and was one of the founding members of Réalités Nouvelles in 1939. After her husband died in 1941, she carried on working and collaborating in the promotion of abstract art. In 1964, after making a gift of her and her husband’s works, she became the first living woman to be honoured with an exhibition at the Musée du Louvre.

Skill Level:Intermediate.

Finished Size:
Fingerless gloves
One size fits most adult women. About 17 cm (6 ¾ inches) around.
Beret
Medium: Band circumference 22, 22. 3/8, 22. 3/4 inches (56-57-58 cm.), Crown diameter 11 inches (28 cm.), Height: 9 (23cm).

Gauge:
4Dc and 2 rows = 1’’ 2,5 cm in stitch pattern.
Notions / Skills needed: crochet in the round, Foundation Double Crochet , Front Post Double Crochet, dc, sc, hdc, sl st.

Pattern PDF-english: Abbreviated written instructions. Written in US crochet terms.

Materials:
Yarn: Shelridge Yarns “Windmere Bulky” (80% Sperwash Merino, 20% Nylon; 225 yards /185 grams: 1 ball. (Fingerless gloves: 80 grams / Beret: 100 grams).

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