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Rosie Mac

RosieMac is worked in the normal overlay mosaic row by row technique.

Rosiemac was designed for my very good friend and cousin-in-law, Rose Ann. She asked for a blanket to go outside on her garden furniture – so the RosieMac was born and aptly named after a really lovely lady.

Rosiemac, whilst designed as a blanket would make a brilliant rug too - if crocheted in nice strong cotton!

The PDF has 8 easy-to-read charts and corresponding written instructions.

Two PDFs are available - one using US terms and one using UK terms.

You can use any yarn and corresponding hook you like for this pattern, just remember a tighter tension is better for mosaic crochet.

You can of course create any width you want, but the pattern means that the height will always be the same. So you could create a table runner, wall hanging or scarf if you prefer.

Massive thanks as always to my wonderful testers:

Merry Gano, Jamie Storer, Sherri Clark, Joanne Ainslie, Kelly Blewitt and Brenda Van de Graaf

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