4.03.2018

Eda Anne Reversible Shrug

Dc side of fabric
Eda Anne Reversible Shrug

Inspired by the brilliant patterns of the Arts and Crafts movement.  This shrug combines two stitch patterns in one shrug.  Completely reversible, you can wear it either way to suit your mood.    

Yarn: 
Mode Knit Yarn ModeWerk Flow DK (CYCA #3), 100% Superwash Wool, 231 yds/ 100g:  
Oy With The Poodles (A) and Jenny Kissed Me (B), 2 balls ea

Mode Knit Yarn ModeWerk DK (CYCA #3), 100% Superwash Wool, 231 yds/ 100g:  
Sterling (C), 1 hank

Hook:  
Shell side of fabric

I/9 (5.5mm) hk or hk needed to obtain gauge


Notions: 
Yarn Needle, Spray Bottle and Rust-Proof Pins

Stitches Used:
ch   Chain
sl st   Slip Stitch
sc   Single Crochet
dc   Double Crochet
tch     Turning Chain
ch-sp  Chain Space
rep    Repeat

Gauge: 
4 shells = 4.25” (11 cm) 
16 Rows = 4.5” (11.5 cm)
in interwoven stitch pattern

Finished Size: 
27.5” (70 cm) in length and 22” (56 cm) in width before edging

Notes
1. When working with color flow yarns, sometimes its necessary to re-wind the yarn or work from the outside in to get the color you need. In this project, I re-balled one ball of both A and B to get a center pull yarn ball for when I ran out of the first two yarns in the middle of the project. 
2. Stitch pattern is worked by crocheting two fabrics at once.  Fabrics are interwoven as you crochet for the unique look.  Remember that A only gets crocheted into A rows, and B gets worked in only B rows. You will have to insert your hook around the other fabric while you crochet. 

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Shell side of fabric


Dc side of fabric


Dc side of fabric


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