Australian Homespun

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• Small amounts of 8 ply yarns in eight assorted colours OR one 50g ball of 8 ply multi-coloured yarn – see Note

• 3.50mm (UK 9/US 4/E) crochet hook

• Wool needle

• Fat eighth of solid homespun fabric to match one of the yarn colours

• Fat eighth of medium-weight fusible interfacing

• Machine-sewing thread to match the lining fabric

• Hand-sewing needle

Finished size: 21-22cm (8 1/4-8 1/2in) long and 8-8.5cm (3-3 1/4in) wide approx.

Note: This is an intermediate skill-level crochet project. Read all the instructions before you start. This is an ideal stash-busting project. When selecting your assorted

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