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Luxe Oversized Chunky Shrug


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This oversized shrug fits a range of sizes and features dolman sleeves and an open front. Pattern written standard American terms. Conversion chart for UK terminology included. Also includes a UK & AUS/NZ yarn weight conversion guide. No refunds, returns, or exchanges are available on PDF files. All sales of PDF patterns are final. If you have any questions or difficulties with the pattern please feel free to contact me. I am happy to answer your questions. (c) Crystal Bear Designs. You may not copy, sell, redistribute, or reproduce any part of this PDF file without permission. However, you may make and sell finished items made from this pattern. Please give my shop credit by including a link back to this shop. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Double Crochet, Single Crochet, Half Double Crochet, Foundation Half Double Crochet, Slip Stitch GAUGE 6.5 sts & 5 rows = 4" (10 cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size fits most SUGGESTED YARN 820 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick COLORWAY Shown in "Hudson Bay" with "Fisherman" trim.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 6 super bulky weight yarn, 7 skeins colour, 2 skeins contrast colour
  • 3 crochet hooks: 9.00 mm (USA M), 11.50 mm (USA P), 15.75 mm (USA Q)
  • yarn needle

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Crystal Bear Designs
Crystal Bear Designs
As a child I was fascinated by the fashions that I saw in historical movies and spent hours drawing my own versions these dresses. Around the same time I learned how to knit in Brownies and was thrilled to earn my Knitter’s badge. I knew nothing about patterns back then so when I wanted clothes for my Barbie doll I sat down with my only pair of knitting needles and a ball of yarn and figured out how to make sweaters and skirts for her. I improvised a way to keep my stitches from unraveling because I had only learned how to make the stitches, not how to cast them off. I could not have foreseen that these early childhood experiences would plant a seed that years later would grow into me designing full-time. I have the best job in the world. I feel very blessed! Bernadette