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INSTRUCTIONS ONLY - Crochet your own Southwest Desert Sunset Scene Hat Cables Tapestry Intarsia Fair Isle Cabled Pattern Download

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Hi there! These are INSTRUCTIONS ONLY to MAKE YOUR OWN.

This original pattern design in US crochet terms may not be distributed or sold as your own, but feel free to sell finished hats made from this pattern.

level: advanced; uses color changes for cables

size: adult

format: fully written row-by-row instructions/steps, with supplemental visual stitch chart for the cactus rows

skills: know how to ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), fphdc (front post half double crochet), bphdc (back post half double crochet), fpDc (front post dc), fpTc (front post triple crochet), & how to change colors within a row by pulling the new color in on the final pull-through of a stitch

hook: G/4.0mm

yarn: worsted weight (or aran weight) yarn

This desert design is inspired by time spent in the Southwest US including Arizona & Utah. If you have an idea for an outdoor scene you’d like to see in crochet, let me know.

As a crocheter for over 20 years now & a former professional proofreader, you can crochet this with the confidence that it has been gone over with a fine-tooth comb!

Feel free to contact me with pattern-based questions, & I'll typically get back to you within 24 hours. Enjoy!

<3
Stace a.k.a. zonal
Hi there! These are INSTRUCTIONS ONLY to MAKE YOUR OWN.

This original pattern design in US crochet terms may not be distributed or sold as your own, but feel free to sell finished hats made from this pattern.

level: advanced; uses color changes for cables

size: adult

format: fully written row-by-row instructions/steps, with supplemental visual stitch chart for the cactus rows

skills: know how to ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet), fphdc (front post half double crochet), bphdc (back post half double crochet), fpDc (front post dc), fpTc (front post triple crochet), & how to change colors within a row by pulling the new color in on the final pull-through of a stitch

hook: G/4.0mm

yarn: worsted weight (or aran weight) yarn

This desert design is inspired by time spent in the Southwest US including Arizona & Utah. If you have an idea for an outdoor scene you’d like to see in crochet, let me know.

As a crocheter for over 20 years now & a former professional proofreader, you can crochet this with the confidence that it has been gone over with a fine-tooth comb!

Feel free to contact me with pattern-based questions, & I'll typically get back to you within 24 hours. Enjoy!

<3
Stace a.k.a. zonal

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Custom Order requests are accepted by shops that have a blue 'Custom Order' button enabled on their shop page, which I do not.

With few exceptions, Custom Orders are generally not accepted. The fun I have these days is primarily in pattern design itself.

There are many talented crocheters here on Etsy who would be interested in producing your Custom Order physical item for you--even from my pattern designs that you've purchased that you can send to them.

If it is a particularly different/interesting/unique Custom Order idea that I have not done before & that is NOT yet done well by others (for example the great mermaid tail blankets), I'll occasionally consider it.

When in doubt, feel free to ask!

Warmly,
Stace a.k.a. zonal

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