Rapunzel and Tower by Lynne Rowe (pattern featured in issue 67 of Inside Crochet magazine)
One day a Prince rode through the forest and found the tower in which Rapunzel was locked. The Prince stood at the bottom of the tower and called, “Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your golden hair!”
This beautiful pattern is taken from Lynne Rowe's Once Upon a Time in Crochet (Search Press)
● DMC Natura Just Cotton, 100% cotton, 50g/155m/170yds
Yarn A: Ivory N02 x 1 ball
Yarn B: Aramanto N33 x 1 ball
Yarn C: Rose Soraya N32 x 1 ball
Yarn D: Blé N83 x 1 ball
Yarn E: Gris Argent N09 x 1 ball
Yarn F: Pistache N13 x 1 ball
● 3mm & 3.5mm hooks
● Toy stuffing
● Pair of 6mm/¼in safety eyes
● Scrap of black and grey felt with matching sewing threads and needle, and PVA glue
● Spray starch
● Empty crisp tube, about
Exact tension is not essential for this design.
Rapunzel: 16cm (6¼in) high.
Tower: 20cm (7¾in) high.
Lynne Rowe is a freelance knit and crochet designer, maker, writer and tutor from Congleton, Cheshire. Visit her website at
Designer: Lynne Rowe
Price: Magazine Only
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