Aries the Ram filet crochet pattern

Pattern for Aries the ram
© F H Powell 2012

The last pattern in a series of 12 zodiac signs

Please note this pattern is not a scale miniature, but designed for a full size human home

Ability Level: Intermediate

This design is charted, with only the initial row of crochet to set up the work being written out. The edging instructions are written and charted.

Materials required: 0.75 mm hook, No. 20 crochet thread (1 x 50g ball)

Finished size: 16-inches/40 cm square

The finished designs can be joined in pairs (for wedding gifts), used for cushion fronts or used to form a bedspread (download joining instructions pdf for instructions on how to turn the 12 designs into a bedspread)

The finished designs will be joined to form a bedspread, instructions for this will be added on completion of the last sign.

Pattern price £1.25 (NOTE: EU VAT or other digital taxes will be added to price where applicable)


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