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Tracey McCorkle designed this incredible piece of art in 2011 for a mystery crochet-along. If you’re unfamiliar with mystery crochet-alongs, you get a “clue” each week which you complete until you are finished with your project.
Since this crochet-along was five years ago, you no longer have to wait for each clue and they are now presented for you on one page.
You’ll need about 800 to 1200 yards of whatever laceweight you prefer. There are close to 200 projects already made on Ravelry which you can browse to see in a wide variety of fibers such as merino wool, alpaca, silk, cotton and others. I saw one in a fingering weight as well.
The only real difference when using fingering weight instead of laceweight is that you will need more yardage and you can expect a larger project.
Pick up your free crochet pattern at Tracey’s website HERE.
While browsing around the projects on Ravelry, I also noticed that someone has made symbols charts. I’m going to link them here so that you have benefit of the charts as well.
You must be a Ravelry member to be able to see this page.