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After you pick up your free pattern, don’t forget to come back here to enter the drawing!
This gorgeous square was designed by Jen Tyler of Hooks ‘N Tales. At gauge, with DK weight yarn, it measures just over seven inches. Adjust your yarn weight and/or hook size to achieve different sizes.
This square would be incredible as an all-over repeat. If that’s too much, though, you could make a solid square or rectangle in a row repeat with this square around the edges as a trim. Use the square to make a purse. Use only the center circle as the focal point of an afghan or the back of a circle vest. You are only limited by your imagination.
Pick up your free crochet pattern at Hooks ‘N Tales HERE. At the bottom of the page, you’ll find the link to the PDF on Google docs.
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I’ll be giving away the crochet hook set in the photo above. This set includes the adorable little crochet hook wallet with velcro fastening. The inside is aqua and the outside has the floral print. So cute! I may have to order one for myself too.
One name will be chosen randomly from all names entered prior to close at 12:00am (CST) on January 31, 2017. The winner will be required to provide me with a mailing address. Leaving your email address is mandatory to enter. Choose any of the other options for additional entries. Good luck, everyone!
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