September/October 09

Pretty Pencil Case

By Mary Jane Hall

YARN
TLC Essentials, 6 oz/170g skeins, each approx 312yd/285m (acrylic)
• 1 skein #2531 Light Plum (A)
• 1 skein #2615 Light Celery (B)

CROCHET HOOK
• Size G/6 (4mm) crochet hook or any size to obtain correct gauge

NOTIONS
• Pins
• Sewing needle and thread to match A
• Zipper to match A or B—7"/18cm
• Fabric lining—8¼ x 9"/21 x 23cm (optional)
• Peltex-Ultra stabilizer—7½ x 8¼"/19 x 21cm (optional)
• Yarn needle

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Comments

pencil case pattern

Hi Ayesha, did you ever find the pencil case pattern? If so, anyway you can let me know where it is? thanks

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Pattern

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According to the tags below the pic, it was in that issue.

Pattern

I don't have the issue where this pattern was published where can I buy it?

pencil case pattern

did you ever find the pattern? I am trying to find too!

Sept/Oct issue Popcporn square throw

Hi Everyone. I went to redheart.com and pulled up WR1859.  It is not the Popcorn Square Throw like it says on the inner cover of the issue.  It is listed under WR1860.

 

Sorry I put this under the wrong thing.

Right Side Facing Question.

I can't figure out how to do this with right side facing at all times and still have the body flat when finished.  Can anyone help?

right-side facing

It's a little tricky, but you will have a long strand hanging across the back of the work when you return to the beginning of each row--getting the tension right so that it doesn't pucker will just take practice! Tack it down as you work from right to left so that it isn't loose on the inside. If it's still too troublesome, I'd recommend just cutting at the end of each row and tying the ends when you're done. If you add the lining, it'll cover any loose ends!

SO CUTE AND EASY TO DO THANK

SO CUTE AND EASY TO DO

THANK YOU

Pattern of the pencil case

Isnt the pattern of this adorable pencil case available anywhere? if someone's got the hang of it please tell me.

In the current issue!

The pattern is in the current issue, on newsstands now!