Mermaid Tail Pattern Free! UK Terms

So a week before Christmas I was asked if I could make 4 mermaid tails, and for the life of me I could not find a pattern that was quick and easy, that had a nice ribbed waist band and and nice fin, so I created my own, it has taken me until now to type the pattern up!  So here it is, I have also posted it on my patterns page, however you can download it from here mermaid-tail-in-uk-termsfull-tail

Happy Hooking xx

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8 thoughts on “Mermaid Tail Pattern Free! UK Terms

  1. Anne Fatato says:

    Thank you for the pattern. I’m a little confused on where the increases are placed. I printed out your pattern and round 3 reads to work TC clusters until the 20th DC from R2 …
    When I worked this was fine until I get back to the beginning. Not sure where the increase is to be worked. So I came back to read the pattern from here and see that R3 reads differently from when I printed it out. On the pattern I downloaded it reads work TC clusters until the 40th st.
    Can you please clarify where I am to work my increases. Is it equally increased on each side or does it sort of wrap around?
    Thank you for the pattern and for any assistance you can give me on this matter.

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    • The Wee House of Crochet says:

      Hi Anne, thanks for making contact, The start of Round3 (40th dc from round 2) is your increase, then clusters, until your you have worked your way to the other side which would be your 20th dc from
      Round 2, so it’s simply an increase on each side until you’ve reached the width you require, I hope that helps xx

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