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12 Weeks of Christmas CAL 2017
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Welcome to Week 7!
We are now into the second half of our #12WeeksChristmasCAL projects! This week we will be working on the Mysteria Wrap. I love this wrap. It has an arched shape which is flattering around the shoulders or neck and an interesting pointed border. It feels luxurious and warm and works well as a shawl or scarf. This wrap works up so fast with a larger hook and slightly thicker worsted yarn. Make it as a gift or treat yourself!
The stitch sequence produces a nice slightly textured, solid fabric to keep your warm but it still has a light, airy feel due to the use of the bigger hook. Wear it with a shawl pin or make my easy Button Toggle to keep it closed and in place.
Thank you to our sponsor Red Heart Yarns, for providing the yarn for this project. I used Hopscotch yarn in the color Somersault, but you can choose from seven beautiful colors with pleasant color changes and variations as you work. This yarn is enjoyable to work with and produces a warm, thicker fabric without bulk. It is considered a #4 worsted yarn, but on the thicker side. Try it, I don’t think you’ll be sorry 🙂
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Size: 18″ x 60″
Gauge: 4 SCVSt x 8 rows = 4”
dc: double crochet
sc: single crochet
SCVSt: Single Crochet V Stitch = [sc, ch2, sc] in designated stitch.
VSt: V Stitch = [dc, ch2, dc] in designated stitch.
Click here for the Button Toggle Closure video tutorial! http://bit.ly/2iDfk8V
- Pattern written in US terms
- Weave ends as you work
- Beginning ch1 of row does NOT count as a stitch
- Number in ( ) at end of round indicates the number of stitches in that round.
Body of Wrap:
Row 1: Ch30, sc in 2nd ch from hook, 2sc in next ch, sc in each ch until there are 2 left, 2sc in next ch, sc in last ch. (31)
Row 2: Ch2 (counts as hdc throughout), turn, SCVSt in first two sc, [skip 1, SCVSt], repeat between [ ] until there are 3 sts left, skip 1, SCVSt in last 2 sts. (17 SCVSt)
Row 3: Ch2, turn, SCVSt in ch2 space of each SCVSt to end, dc in last sc. (17 SCVSt)
Row 4: Ch2, turn, SCVST in first sc, SCVSt in each SCVSt to end, SCVSt in next sc, dc in last st. (19 SCVSt)
Row 5: Ch2, turn, SCVSt in ch2 space of each SCVSt to end, dc in last sc. (19 SCVSt)
Rows 6 to 11: Repeat Rows 4 and 5. (25 SCVSt after last repeat)
Rows 12 to 27: Repeat Row 4. (57 SCVSt after last repeat)
To Adjust size of wrap, add or delete repeats of Row 4 until it is the desired size.
Round 1: Turn to work along top edge of wrap, ch1, sc evenly to end of top edge; ch3 (counts as dc throughout), VSt in each ch2 space to end, dc in last st. (57 VSt)
Round 2: Ch1, sc in each st along top edge; ch3, *[2dc, ch2, 2dc] in next VSt, [dc, ch1, dc] in next VSt*; repeat between * to end, dc in last st.
Round 3: Ch1, sc in each st along top edge; ch3, *dc next 2 dc, [2dc, ch2, 2dc] in ch2 space, dc next 2 dc, skip next dc, sc in next ch1 space, skip next dc*; repeat between * to end, dc in last st.
Round 4: Ch1, sl st in each st along top edge, working bottom of wrap, ch3, sc in next 4 dc, [2sc, ch2, 2sc] in ch2 space, sc next 4 dc, *skip next sc, sc in next 4 dc, [2sc, ch2, 2sc] in ch2 space, sc next 4 dc *; repeat between * to last ch2 space, dc in last st. Fasten off.
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Here’s a preview of next week’s pattern
Courtesy of The Stitchin’ Mommy!
What do you have to do? It’s Easy!
- Join our Crochet Playground FB Group so you can keep up with all the happenings. There will be a pinned post in the group, where you will go to get info, stay in touch, get/give help and share your progress with your fellow crocheters.
- Subscribe to our blogs and follow us on social media so you won’t miss anything.
- Wait for the list of suggested materials to be announced on September 1st.
- When your CAL project is complete, simply create a Ravelry project and link it to the pattern page. If you need help with this, my friend Rhondda has an easy tutorial HERE to help you out. Projects must be linked by midnight (eastern time) each Thursday and the winner will be selected and announced each Friday. Of course, we’d love you to post your pictures to the FB group too because we love to ooh and ahh over our friends 🙂
- Finally, don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter link for the weekly giveaway.
We want to share the event with the world, so be sure to tag your posts and pictures with #12WeeksChristmasCAL so that we can be easily found in social media!
That’s it! Easy, breezy and lots of fun!
- 9/1 – Materials List Released
- 9/15 – Week #1 hosted by Pattern Paradise – Frosty Placemat
- 9/22 – Week #2 hosted by Oombawka Design – Peace on Earth Angel
- 9/29 – Week #3 hosted by Pattern Paradise – Dreamy Scarf
- 10/6 – Week #4 hosted byThe Purple Poncho – Holly Berry Stocking
- 10/13 – Week #5 hosted by Pattern Paradise – Dreamy Hat
- 10/20 – Week #6 hosted by A Crocheted Simplicity – Gingerbread Man Hot Pad
- 10/27 – Week #7 hosted by Pattern Paradise – Mysteria Wrap
- 11/3 – Week #8 hosted by The Stitchin’ Mommy
- 11/10 – Week #9 hosted by Pattern Paradise
- 11/17 – Week #10 hosted by Snappy tots
- 11/24 – Week #11 hosted by Pattern Paradise
- 12/1 – Week #12 hosted by Sincerely, Pam
- 12/15 – Grand Prize Winner Announced!
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