Katran Stool Cover
This pattern is also available for free on my blog here: missneriss.com/2017/09/12/katran-stool-cover-a-free-crochet-pattern/
This listing is a printer/ereader friendly version.
The design is inspired by the Hindi word katran which is a word that describes small pieces of cloth by-products from weaving mills. There is a movement in India where these offcuts are collected by farmers in their off-seasons and spun into heavy yarn to make traditional daybeds.
The Secret Garden make me think of these gorgeous Indian yarns which are just a riot of colour with no real order to the changes. There’s a real handspun quality to the yarn which I love.
For the project you’ll need 3 skeins of Secret Garden (I’ve used 709 Lily Pond) and a 28cm diameter stool, which is available in most discount home stores.
Pattern uses US crochet terms.