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Rus­tic Cabin Pil­low


Front Panel is worked from Chart with odd-num­bered rows worked from right to left and even-num­bered rows worked from left to right. Yarn bob­bins are rec­om­mended for col­or­work to min­i­mize tan­gling. Op­tional: When chang­ing color, carry and work over color not in use on back side of piece un­til needed. Do not cut any color un­til Front Panel is com­pleted. Weave in loose ends as work pro­gresses. Join with slip stitch as in­di­cated un­less oth­er­wise stated.


With A, ch 101. Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn. (100 sc) Rows 2 & 3: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. Rows 4–48: Re­fer­ring to Chart (see Pat­tern Notes and Color Chart on page 60), rep row 2, chang­ing color (see Stitch

Guide) as in­di­cated and work­ing over col­ors (see Pat­tern Notes) not in use, if de­sired. Rows 49 & 50: With A, rep rows 2 and 3. At end of row 50, fas­ten off.


With A, ch 101.

Row 1: Sc in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, turn. (100 sc)

Rows 2–50: Ch 1, sc in each st across, turn. At end of last row, do not fas­ten off. Re­move lp from hook and place on lock­ing marker to pre­vent un­rav­el­ing.


With WS held tog, pin Pan­els tog. Work­ing through both thick­nesses of sts and in ends of rows, sc evenly sp 3/4 of the way around. Stuff with fiber­fill or foam pieces, tak­ing care to fill cor­ners well and work into de­sired shape. Sc in rem sts and ends of rows to close, join (see Pat­tern Notes) in first sc. Fas­ten off.


For each Fringe, cut 1 strand of A, B and C, each 12 inches long. Hold 3 strands tog and fold in half to form a lp. Insert cro­chet hook from RS through any sc. Place fold on hook and draw fold through, form­ing a lp. Thread ends of strands through lp and pull to tighten. Rep to at­tach Fringe in each st around. Trim ends evenly to de­sired length.

Snug­gle by the fire and dream of your own log cabin in the woods! Worked in sin­gle cro­chet in­tar­sia, this project is a per­fect way to try a new tech­nique.

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