Love the Craic! by Stephanie Wallick

Love the Craic!

February 2021
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in Using 4.0mm hook and yarn (A) or (B), 18sc x 16 rows = 4"x4"
4.0 mm (G)
100 - 150 yards (91 - 137 m)
9" x 11"
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A Wall Hanging inspired by St. Paddy’s Day!

I wanted to create something for Saint Patrick’s day that was a little different. None of the clovers and pots of gold and cliche things that are normally out there. Since I enjoy putting words on things, a friend suggested utilizing the term Craic since it’s popular Irish word and the term “Love the Craic” is used as a bit of a play on words.

If you don’t already know, craic just means fun and/or entertainment, especially used in regards to being in good company and good conversation :smile:


Yarn -
(A) Dishie (100% Cotton; 190y; 100g): Jalapeno, 85.5y; 45g (>1 skein)
(B) Dishie (100% Cotton; 190y; 100g): Creme Brulee, 29y; 15g (>1 skein)

Can substitute other worsted weight yarns, I just always prefer the drape and stitch definition of cotton yarns for smaller wall hangings.

Hook -

Notions -
12” wooden dowel

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