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Brumby Horse Square rugalugs crochet pattern.

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Although an introduced species by the early settlers, horses have a significant place in Australia. They have an important role for our stockman in the outback and horse racing is a popular sport. There are more feral horses (brumby) in Australia than any other country. The famous Australian poem "The Man from Snowy River" by Banjo Paterson (1890) tells of a horse escaping to live with the brumbies. It is a poem about horses and the early stockmen. I designed this square on request for a little girl who is mad about horses, and her mum is making her a horse afghan.

This pattern package gives crochet instructions for a horse head and behind square, and project instructions for a jockey style cap. A second edge variation is included to enable you to mix with other rugalugs squares
The ears, mane and tail give a textured effect, and the bridle across the face is optional. The finished square approximately measures 13cm/5inches.

Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms. You can work these in 8ply, double knit worsted weight yarn with a 4mm/G6 hook. Size may vary depending on your yarn and tension.

The pattern will come to you as a pdf file. If there is any thing you dont understand, just email me. Because I email you the file there are no shipping costs and I aim to deliver within 24 - 48 hours of payment.

This is an fair dinkum original design from the land downunder and protected by copyright. My images are also protected by copyright. Please do not reproduce my patterns or images by any means. While I am happy for you to make these for personal use, gifts and limited charity fundraising, you can nor sell the pattern or items made from the pattern.
(c) crochetroo 2007
Although an introduced species by the early settlers, horses have a significant place in Australia. They have an important role for our stockman in the outback and horse racing is a popular sport. There are more feral horses (brumby) in Australia than any other country. The famous Australian poem "The Man from Snowy River" by Banjo Paterson (1890) tells of a horse escaping to live with the brumbies. It is a poem about horses and the early stockmen. I designed this square on request for a little girl who is mad about horses, and her mum is making her a horse afghan.

This pattern package gives crochet instructions for a horse head and behind square, and project instructions for a jockey style cap. A second edge variation is included to enable you to mix with other rugalugs squares
The ears, mane and tail give a textured effect, and the bridle across the face is optional. The finished square approximately measures 13cm/5inches.

Instructions are provided in Australian/English and American terms. You can work these in 8ply, double knit worsted weight yarn with a 4mm/G6 hook. Size may vary depending on your yarn and tension.

The pattern will come to you as a pdf file. If there is any thing you dont understand, just email me. Because I email you the file there are no shipping costs and I aim to deliver within 24 - 48 hours of payment.

This is an fair dinkum original design from the land downunder and protected by copyright. My images are also protected by copyright. Please do not reproduce my patterns or images by any means. While I am happy for you to make these for personal use, gifts and limited charity fundraising, you can nor sell the pattern or items made from the pattern.
(c) crochetroo 2007

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Reviewed by lisafromtassie
5 out of 5 stars
Nov 21, 2017
Great little easy to follow pattern that crochets up beautifully :)
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Reviewed by Rachel Reed
5 out of 5 stars
May 12, 2018
The pattern is well presented. I haven't made it yet :)
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Reviewed by lizj45
5 out of 5 stars
Mar 30, 2018
Lovely patterns. Easy to read. Thank you
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