pdf pattern for Dolphin /PillowsCushions by Elizabeth Lovick in 5 ply Frangipani Wool
Practice your gansey skills on a couple of cushion which use old and new motifs
Things you need to know to make the cushions:
100 g (250 g) Frangipani 5 ply gansey wool
pair 3 (3.75) mm (US 2 and 5)
crochet hook if required
5 buttons for the button-backed cushion
14 ins square and 18 ins square after washing and blocking
24 sts and 36 rows to 4 ins over pattern on 3 mm needles
20 sts and 36 rows to 4 ins over pattern on 3.75 mm needles
Frangipani yarn is a 5 ply gansey yarn, which comes in a wide variety of colours. See the
colours at www.guernseywool.co.uk, or email jan [!at] guernseywool.co.uk for shade card. Her
postal address is Jan Stanland, 15 Clarence Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2NU, UK, and
her phone number is +44 (0)1736 366339
In the USA, Frangipani is available from Pat Kirtland at www.yarnbarn.com by mail order and
from her shop.
The pattern will also work in DK yarns, but you MUST swatch first!
Both designs use roughly the same number of stitches and it is possible to use either set of charts with either needle size. It is the size of the needles which decides the finished size.
The backs of both cushions can be buttoned or can be worked through in one piece.
The Small Print!
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