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Gargoyle Filet Pattern "Angela" October 1998 by Lee Ann Hamm (Crochet...Gotta Love It!)

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Materials: Bedspread Weight cotton thread (size 10) or smaller if you prefer Steel Crochet Hook
Size 8 or 9 (or the size you prefer when using size 10 thread. If using size 20 or 30 thread, be sure to
adjust your hook size accordingly) Optional: picture frame with glass.

Note: This is a basic filet pattern. Spaces = ch 2, skip 2 sts, 1 dc in next st; Blocks = 3 dc in next 3 sts. Odd numbered rows are worked from right to left and even numbered rows are worked from left to right.

I like to do filet project starting at the bottom of a chart and working my way up to the top. Good luck! :)

Angela Filet (inverted)

Row 1: Ch 78. To start row, dc in 4th chain from hook (the 3 skipped chains will serve as first dc of this row), dc in each of next 5 chs to make first 2 blocks.

Continue with pattern following chart.

Edging: Sc around the entire perimeter making 3 sc in spaces and ends of rows, 1 sc in tops and bottoms of dc (top and bottom edges of piece where there are blocks) and 6 or 7 scs in corners. Fasten off and sew in ends. Spray with a little spray starch and lightly press or block as desired. :)

Glide home safely my fellow rookery sisters and brothers! :)

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