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Chrysanthemum Shrug

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Japanese mythology tells the story of a god escaping heaven to follow his love to the earth. As he removed his godly clothing he laid his necklace on the ground, and from it sprouted the chrysamthemum. Since that time it has been used in Japan as a symbol of courage. The Chrysanthemum Shrug features the simplicity and elegance of a shrug built on one central motif. Made in a luscious mohair blend yarn, this one-skein project offers instant gratification with easy instructions and no-sew construction. Start one today and you could be wearing this FAB creation tomorrow! For a special occasion or just kicking around town, pair this piece with a tank and jeans or an elegant top and a skirt; the Chrysanthemum Shrug is the perfect addition to your wardrobe. Materials Luxury Mohair by KFI Luxury Collection 75% Kid Mohair, 25% Silk 1 Ball H/8 - 5.00mm crochet hook Size: S/M (L/XL) Finished Bust: 32 - 38 (40 - 46)" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Double Crochet GAUGE Size: S/M (L/XL) Finished Bust: 32 - 38 (40 - 46)" SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Size: S/M (L/XL); Finished Bust: 32 - 38 (40 - 46)"

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  • Luxury Mohair by KFI Luxury Collection - 1 ball
  • H/8 - 5.00mm crochet hook

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Shibaguyz Designz
Shibaguyz Designz
Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby is the co-founder of Shibaguyz Designz, a versatile design company that uses unique flair to combine fashion design, knitting, crochet, photography and graphic design into a cohesive whole. He takes his instruction all over the country, selling out classes along the way and building a following of happy students. You can find Shannon's designs in countless magazines such as Crochet! and Knitting Today, or in one of his many books.