Merton Abbey Flower

Issue: 155


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Merton Abbey Flower by Jane Crowfoot

In 1882 William De Morgan outgrew his first kiln at his parents’ home, and moved his business to Merton, near Wimbledon. At his peak, De Morgan employed around 40 people here to work the kilns, paint ceramics and throw pots.

Find the pattern in 155 of Inside Crochet magazine.


MATERIALS

* Stylecraft Life DK, 75% acrylic/25% wool, 100g/298m/326yds

Yarn A: Aqua 2357

Yarn B: Caramel 2446

Yarn C: Cascade 2308

Yarn D: Cranberry 2319

Yarn E: French Blue 2447

Yarn F: Olive 2302

Yarn G: Parchment 2445

* Stylecraft ReCreate DK, 40% wool/30% acrylic/ 30% polyester (all recycled), 100g/350m/382yds

Yarn H: Avocado 3189

Yarn I: Blush 3458

Yarn J: Rose 1945

* 4mm hook

* Yarn needle

* Stitch markers


This pattern is tagged with:

Designer: Jane Crowfoot

Household: Blanket/Throw


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