Autumn Jewels Wrap Crochet Along
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Do you love the social aspects of a crochet along (CAL)? Do you want to crochet a shawl but are somewhat intimidated to give it a try? Do you like to learn new stitch combinations and techniques? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this CAL is for you!
Read the CAL details below and join me in the Pattern Paradise Crochet Community Facebook group for some CAL Fun!!
About the Autumn Jewels Wrap….
The CAL: This is a FREE CAL and the pattern will be released on my website over a three week period (see schedule below). Can’t wait three weeks to complete it? No problem, I’ll also have an ad-free PDF available in my Ravelry shop for a small fee, starting on 7/22/2018. The PDF also includes crochet charts for those who prefer them to the written instructions.
Tag your projects with #AUTUMNJEWELS on social media!
The Yarn: Now let’s talk about the yarn! Katy custom dyed this yarn in three beautiful, riche jewel toned colorways for Pattern Paradise and this pattern, and the yarn is exquisite! It is called Squid Singles and is a 100% superwash merino that comes in 100 gram balls (approximately 437 yards/399 meters). You’ll find this yarn is a super soft, dainty fingering/sock weight. It feels slinky on the skin and has wonderful drape. The base that Katy uses is worsted spun which means it is durable and less likely to pill and makes the yarn more breathable even in warmer climates. You can feel good about this yarn for another reason too; Katy sources all of her yarn products from farms that are cruelty free.
Get Your Yarn Today!
While supplies last, Katy will offer all three colors in her ETSY shop with FREE shipping (US domestic only) with coupon code AUTUMNJEWELS and if you order by 7/18/2018 you will receive it in time for the Week #1 release, so don’t wait!
The Pattern: I designed this pattern with two hanks of Katy’s lovely yarn. I wanted something with a bit more interest than the traditional pointy shawl or rectangular wrap, so I added a crescent shape. The design is comprised of simple stitches in three sections, the Base, the Lace and the Border. It has a wingspan of approximately 56″ and it’s about 21″ at the deepest point, but of course, it is easy to adjust and I’ve given you some suggestion in the pattern too.
If you are concerned about working with a finer weight yarn, don’t be. This yarn glides through your hook quickly and the lacy sections work up super quick. The design makes this a very versatile piece that you can wear over a fancy dress or jeans and a t-shirt, or try it draped in the front and tied in the back. It could even be worn around your waist as a beach cover up if you like…..
Not convinced a CAL is for you? Here are some things to consider….
- CALs bring a sense of community to our craft.
- CALs are the perfect opportunity to make new friends or catch up with old friends, who share a passion for crochet.
- CALs are a great place to get help when you are stuck or give help to those that may need it.
- I and my admins will be in and out of the group throughout the CAL to help you through any tricky spots and will add tutorials or mini videos if necessary.
- And don’t forget the PRIZES!! Yes we will have weekly prizes too!
Are you ready to join us now? Great, let’s get started….
Step 1: Click HERE to join the Pattern Paradise Crochet Community, if you aren’t already a member.
Step 3: Get your supplies. Two hanks of Squid Singles in your favorite color and two hooks, US G/4.00 mm and US H/5.00 mm. You will also need basic supplies such as a tapestry needle for weaving ends, a couple of stitch markers and a small craft scissor to snip yarn ends. All projects benefit from blocking and this wrap is no exception, especially because you want the lace to stand out! Here are the blocking boards I use.
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Step 4: Follow the schedule below to Crochet Along with us!
Now through July 28: Gather Your Supplies (see list above).
July 29 – August 4: Instructions for Base of Wrap. Post a photo of your progress in your Ravelry project page & add one to the weekly post in the Pattern Paradise Community Group!
August 5 – August 11: Pattern instructions for The Lace Section. Post a photo of your progress in your Ravelry project page & add one to the weekly post in the Pattern Paradise Community Group!
August 12 – August 18: Pattern instructions for The Edges and Finishing. Post a final photo in your Ravelry project page & add one to the weekly post in the Pattern Paradise Community Group!
Enter to Win the Weekly Prizes!
To be eligible to with the weekly prizes you must do the following:
Step 1: Create a project on Ravelry linking to the Autumn Jewels Wrap listing. If you don’t know how to do this, you can take a look at my easy tutorial HERE.
Step 2: Update your project each Saturday by midnight eastern time, with at least one photo of the current week’s section. Example: Week 1 – by midnight on August 4th, have your project page updated with the Base.
Step 3: Add one photo and your Ravelry username to the weekly CAL post in the Pattern Paradise Crochet Community Group, or you may simply post a link to your Ravelry project page.
Anyone who has updated their Ravelry project page AND added the required info to the weekly post in the Facebook group by the deadline, will be entered into a random drawing for that week’s prize. Winners will be announced in the Facebook group on Sunday.
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