Rosa Parks by Carla Mitrani
Find the pattern in 129 of Inside Crochet magazine.
In a time of segregation, Rosa was not afraid to stand up for her rights, and her efforts transformed her into one of the leaders of the civil rights movement.
● Hobbii Rainbow Cotton 8/8, 100% cotton, 50g/75m/82yds
Yarn A: Light Brown 006 x 1 ball
Yarn B: White 001 x 1 ball
Yarn C: Sage Green 098 x 1 ball
Yarn D: Steel Blue 078 x 1 ball
Yarn E: Light Blue 027 x 1 ball
Yarn F: Black 009 x 1 ball
Yarn G: Brown 007 x 1 ball
Yarn H: Pink 045 x 1 ball
(Note: Small amount only needed of yarn H)
● 2.5mm hook
● Yarn needle
● Pair of safety eyes, 8mm/¼in
● Stitch marker
● Fibrefill stuffing
● Black coated wire, 20cm/7¾in
● Craft glue or black sewing thread
Carla lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She’s the mother of two very energetic and midchievous boys, so is a nightcrocheter: when it’s dark outside and everything is quiet, she makes herself a cup of tea and lets all her worries go between yarns and hooks!