I have been looking and asking for about 3 yrs now. Any help would be much appreciated. I would really appreciate an email from you. Just so happens I think I have the pattern so knew the title of what you were looking for. It can be found here.
CRAFT - CROSET - TRICOT - KNIT: Din nou, modele care imi plac
To do this insert your hook into the next st, then through the bottom loop of the foundation ch that is directly below it see image above. See pic above - Now you will be making your 2nd link, through your first link. Ch 20, join with a sl st to form a ring around your first link see pic above , complete this link as you did for your previous link. Of course, you can use different weight yarn if you would like. It's easy, if you're using a heavier weight yarn you might like to start off your links with fewer chain stitches, if you're using a lighter weight yarn you might like to use more chain stitches to create your links. And you don't have to use cotton yarn, you can use anything that you have at hand, or maybe treat yourself to a specialty luxury yarn.
50+ Free Crochet Butterfly Patterns
We were challenged to design a boxy sweater that incorporated creative colorwork, using up to 8 colors. I thought it would be fun to revisit this design and give you a behind the scenes look at my creative process and inspiration. If you are familiar with my designs you know that I use colorwork quite frequently, and just love color in general!
Repeat Row 1 until piece measures approximately 17 inches 17 rows fasten off For medium size: Using G size hook Chain 68, 1 treble crochet in each stitch beginning in 5th chain from hook Row 1: Repeat row 1 until piece measures approximately 15 inches, fasten off Front and back yoke, sleeves and neck opening are all worked in 1 long piece: Chain 60,1 treble crochet in each stitch beginning in 5th stitch from hook Row 1: