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.
â— 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)
â— 2.5mm hook
â— Yarn needle
â— Pair of safety eyes, 8mm/Â¼in
â— Stitch marker
â— Fibrefill stuffing
â— Black coated wire, 20cm/7Â¾in
â— Craft glue or black sewing thread
Carla lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Sheâ€™s the mother of two very energetic and midchievous boys, so is a nightcrocheter: when itâ€™s dark outside and everything is quiet, she makes herself a cup of tea and lets all her worries go between yarns and hooks!