Circle of Yarn Latch Hooking

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Racking your brain on a fitting gift for your loved ones? This shaggy piece of yarn might well be the perfect gift to show your true sign of love.

PATTERNS

By Irene Hoofs

Download and print the Circle of Yarn pattern on A3 paper and place it under the latch hook canvas. Lining it up with the grids on the canvas, trace over the pattern using a marker. If the A3 pattern does not line up exactly with the grid of your canvas (due to varying sizes of canvas available), download this diagram as a guide to match the correct colored yarn to the correct grid.

Have fun and be sure to show us the results on the gram (tag @koelmagazine)!

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Image Credit KOEL Magazine


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