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|Tribal Traditions Poncho & Afghan,
Traditional Native American themes are created using just single and double crochet stitches. All color changes are made at the beginning of rows. Pattern includes instructions for a woman's one-size fits most poncho plus a bonus matching afghan. We used cotton worsted weight yarn, but you may substitute acrylic if desired. Written pattern as well as optional graph included. Easy to intermediate skills.
Electronic download. $6.95
||Native American Totes, #116. Make these three
colorful tote bags featuring traditional Native American themes.
Crochet pattern uses sc, hdc and dropped dc stitches to form the design.
Two have options for easier one-color center section. Finished sizes approximately 10" wide x 2" deep x 14 1/2"
tall; 11" wide x 2 1/2" deep x 13 1/2" tall; 10" wide X
2 1/2" deep x 11 1/2" tall. Made from worsted weight
cotton. Intermediate skill. Electronic download. $8.95
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