Crochet pattern for three different Greek/Roman amphorae. Also makes a very sweet bud vase.
The very detailed 27-page pattern is fully illustrated with colour photos and includes tutorials on crocheting an i-cord and invisible decreases.
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- illustrated with colour photos ,
- i-cord tutorial ,
- invisible decrease tutorial ,
- make the size/colour of your choice ,
- UK and US versions ,
- full e-mail support ,
Materials you need at home:
- For amphorae measuring between 8.5 and 12cm (3⅜” and 4¾”), use DK/light worsted-weight yarn and a 3.5mm hook.
, For amphorae measuring between 10 and 15cm (4” and 6”), use Aran/worsted weight yarn and a 4.5mm hook.
, You will also need
- a small quantity of stuffing material (optional) ,
- a yarn needle ,
- scissors ,
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