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This square border was designed by Veronika Gadulová in collaboration with Black Sheep Crochet. Copyright of the pattern is with Veronika, while Black Sheep Crochet is licensed to bring the pattern to you. By purchasing the pattern through any means below, you are supporting the collaboration team.
Not on Ravelry?
Plants and Herbs is the third free Square Border in the Wrapped in Jamie CAL.
This is the ad-free PDF pattern.
NOTE: This is a digital pattern, not a finished product!
It includes the
- Extended Pattern
- Photo Tutorial
- Chart and Legend
- Special Stitches Overview
- Pattern in a Nutshell
- Image Overlay Crochet (IOC) terminology ‘Petranese’ explained – Basics document
- Introduction to Wrapped in Jamie updated for Season 2
plus extra resources like ‘visuals’ and links to all videos, available in right- and left-handed versions and relevant tutorials.
A compressed version in English is available for free on the website:
and in Czech here:
(available end of December 2021)
You can also find it on Ravelry in Veronika’s Shop
or on her website
Plants and Herbs on Tkanne (not yet live)
Image Overlay Crochet is a technique based on overlay crochet, where we write stories in yarn, crocheting the background layer and the image layer at the same time, using a special abbreviation and IOC specific techniques.
Once familiar with the techniques and the special abbreviation terminology (’Petranese’), these patterns – thought officially classified as intermediate/advanced – include enough support in form of photo and video tutorials plus Masterclasses for the technique, that even a confident beginner can tackle the patterns.
You should be familiar with basic (US) terminology, confident with counting rounds and stitches and know your stitches from slip stitch to double treble. Tables with the most commonly used abbreviations, punctuation and stitch explanations for our basics, (like sc, hdc, dc, htr, tr, hdtr and dtr) are included in the pattern documents.
Gauge is not important for this pattern.
The border is occasionally shown with a square (here: Dragonfly).
Alternatively, check out the freshly released Pattern Bundle, including