Take a peek at some projects I've made using this fabulously colorful mercerized cotton:
Paper Chain (free pattern) here.
Eyewear Case (free pattern) here.
Eyeglass I-Cord (free pattern) here.
So, what have I been doing recently with this fun and colorful yarn? Let me show you a wee peek...
If you're interested in getting your hooks in these particular colors, they are 128, 172, 179, 212, 240, 242, 258, 391, 392, 396, 395 and 399. They come in 25g and 50g balls, so if you have a small project where you want to use lots of colors these are just perfect! Buy them at Deramores *here or Wool Warehouse *here. They are only $1.24/.99£ each.
You may have come across some Catona if you've been following the Scheepjes Hygge CAL going on right now because it's the brilliant colors used for the embroiderty, bobbles and surface crochet. Did I say brilliant colors already?
A beautiful mix of texture, color, surface crochet and cross stitch embroidery are used here. Seriously!! Amaze-balls, huh? It was designed by the ridiculously talented Kirsten Ballering of HaakMaarRaak.
You can find all of the information you need to get started here and grab your kits from Wool Warehouse *here or Deramore's *here. Even if you are in the US, they ship speedy quick, so you can get started on your shawl right away! And if you are intimidated--don't be, because the brilliant Esther of It's all in a Nutshell is making videos of each week's portion.
If you missed the release of my newest pattern yesterday using Scheepjes Colour Crafter, stop by my Ravelry shop here for details. It's a fun-filled, colorful and wildly-textured blanket!)
Watch for a complete reveal of my Scheepjes Catona project next week. In the meantime, be happy, be peaceful, and crochet a lot!
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