PDF Patterns: Dragon Taking Flight (2x2 AND 3x5)

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This dragon began as a little sketch in a notebook. From there it became a 3-D model, and then a blanket. This is the first image in a series. The pattern is color- and letter-coded, 315 stitches wide. Pictured above is the knitted version, using 3.75mm needles and medium/size 4 yarn.

This item includes Chart patterns for two gauges.
CROCHET: The square gauge is 2 stitches by 2 rows = square. This means that it is ideal for crochet, cross stitch, latch hook, Perler beads, or any other craft that uses chart patterns!
KNITTING: The square gauge is 3 stitches by 5 rows = square.

If you would like a full blanket, contact me to discuss price and sizing.

INDIVIDUAL PATTERNS (i.e. just the knitting version @$32.25, or just the crochet version @$21.25) are available upon request.

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