Only One Woof Cushion by Sue Stapleton

Only One Woof Cushion

Crochet
October 2019
Ice Yarns Chenille Aran
Aran (8 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in Sc (usa) Dc (uk)
6.0 mm (J)
492 - 547 yards (450 - 500 m)
From nose to back of dog: 26”/66cm Tip of tail to bottom of foot: 15”/38.1cm
both US and UK
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The is an Easy level project with basic stitches. Finishing touches require Surface Slip Stitch and the edging is done with Crab Stitch.

The name for this cushion comes from the Children’s book by James Herriot that I used to read to my kids. It is the story of a dog who never barks. He is separated from his puppy playmate. One day they are reunited, and he gives just one bark, the only bark he ever makes.

I first made this cushion for my mother quite a few years back and at the time I did not bother to write it up. Mum still has it on her bed. I thought it time I got around to making another one and this time writing it up.

The pattern comes with separate copies for Uk terms and USA terms. It has many photos to help along the way.

This pattern has been tested by a large group with varying abilities in crochet.

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