Two Rabbits with Easter Egg Free Chart
This "Two Rabbits with Easter Egg" design
was created by Hugo Kirchmaier in the year 1920.
Chart is useful for crocheting or knitting in color (intarsia), filet crochet, cross-stitch on aida cloth, cross stitch on crocheted background, duplicate stitch on knitted background, adaptable for plastic canvas, needlepoint or beadwork crafts.
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Filet Crochet Help:
|Working the Chart in Filet Crochet
For a 4 dc mesh, total starting chain: 120 chains; that's a beginning chain of 115, plus chain 3, (which will count as first dc of first row), plus chain 2 (which is the chain-2 of the first open mesh). Begin by working a double crochet in the 9th chain from the hook (first open mesh made).
Chart is worked starting at the bottom right; work first row right to left. Second row is worked left to right. Continue alternating row directions in this same manner, following chart.
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Increasing in Filet Crochet:
Approximate finished sizes in filet crochet
(once through the chart, worked in 4 dc mesh):
With size 10 thread (113 yards) and a size 7 steel hook, finished size is about 8.7 inches x 6.5 inches.
With size 20 thread (106 yards) and a size 9 steel hook, finished size is about 8.4 inches x 6.2 inches.
With size 30 thread (99 yards) and a size 11 steel hook, finished size is about 8.0 inches x 6.0 inches.
With fingering/baby weight yarn (247 yards) and a size F hook, finished size is about 26.6 inches x 18.7 inches.
With sport weight yarn (287 yards) and a size G hook, finished size is about 30.4 inches x 21.3 inches.
With worsted weight yarn (326 yards) and a size I hook, finished size is about 34.2 inches x 23.9 inches.
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I recharted the "Two Rabbits with Easter Egg" Chart due to poor quality of original 1920 chart when scanned. Chart is from Filet Crochet & Cross Stitch, Book 7, created by Hugo Kirchmaier, published in the year 1920.
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