Brielle Crochet On Fabric Ruana Crochet Pattern by Kristin Omdahl
By crocheting around the perimeter of two scarves, and then treating them like motifs, you can join them together for a seamless garment! The Brielle Crochet On Fabric Ruana Crochet Pattern is a very flexible styling piece. It can be worn open, loose and dramatic or by lacing a tie through the fronts, you can create more modest coverage. Cinch it with a belt for another look, too.
What you will need to make the Brielle Crochet on Fabric Ruana:
- (2) fine weight woven gauze scarves, 27.5 in (70cm) wide x 70 in (178cm) long
- 300 yds (274m) #1 superfine, fingering weight yarn
- B/1 (2.25mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
- Stitch marker
- Fabric Scissors
- Sewing needle and thread
Note: This particular fabric density and small hook size, can be used to crochet right into the fabric, if used gently.
- (2) Ecca Cotton/Linen blend woven gauze scarves, 27.5 in (70cm) wide x 70 in (178cm) long, I found mine here
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