Friday, October 24, 2014

CAL Details

I've decided to host a Crochet Along to make this gorgeous blanket. It's called Mini Rings of Change and you can find the pattern here on Ravelry.

This is designed for Turtle Crocheters like me. In that spirit, we'll be starting it December 26 (I'm making mine for myself, so why not start the CAL on my birthday?) and going until March 31-ish. This gives people (mainly me!) time to finish any lingering projects and do some Christmas crocheting. You can also gather any yarn you need if you want it a specific color.

If you like the look of it but prefer to use thread, no problem; this works up nicely as a doily, too. If you click on the link above, there are several examples.

This should be fun; I'm looking forward to it.
Only 62 days until we start!
Thanks for reading.
Blessings :-)

9 comments:

  1. I will join you Kate seeing as you are starting after Christmas, I will have a think, blanket, doily or even a rug made in super chunky? I'm looking forward to it. :) xx

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    1. Great! Ooh, I never thought to make a rug with the pattern. Terrific idea, Linda!

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  2. I'm in Kate. Love the colors. Do you know where the chart is for the large one he made.

    Linda

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    1. Great! Me, too, Linda; I wonder where I can get Simply Soft Neon?
      Here's the link for the full size:
      http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rings-of-change
      It's $6.99.

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  3. Good luck with the CAL. I don't join because I crochet too fast! Don't know if that's a problem or not. :-(

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    1. Thanks, Charlotte :-) And I love that you crochet too fast; it's a great problem to have! I wish I had that problem. Glad the yarn arrived safely.

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  4. P.S. I received my yarn yesterday. Thanks again!

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  5. Oh I wish I had the skills to do this! It is gorgeous! I will look forward to watching yours grow

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    1. Thanks, Thoeria :-) I'm sure you could join us; I don't think the stitches are too difficult (at least, I hope not!).

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