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  • The Official Frostpane Wrap Crochet-Along

    There are too many amazing projects in this year's Interweave Crochet Accessories for us to pick just one for our crochet-along. We were all admiring the shawls featured in this issue, and each of us had a different favorite, and each of us wanted to make our favorite for the CAL! To avoid any tension...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by Sarah Read on Oct 23, 2013
  • The Official Network Shawlette Crochet-Along

    In the Accessories 2014 special issue of Interweave Crochet , Annette Petavy designed the lovely Network Shawlette with intriguing shaping that expands as you work, kind of like your network of Facebook friends. The shawl's foundation row is the side that drapes along the shoulders. Usually, when...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by Marcy Smith on Oct 23, 2013
  • The Official Morning Webs Shawl Crochet-Along

    Kathryn White designed the beautiful Morning Webs Shawl for the Accessories 2014 special issue of Interweave Crochet and it looks to be as much fun to make as it is to wear! Kathryn used Zitron Traum Seide (distributed by Skacel), a luxurious yarn that is 100% silk! This light yarn, worked in a V-stitch...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by Lindsay Jarvis on Oct 23, 2013
  • The Official Solar Wrap Crochet-Along

    Hello Crocheters! When bombarded with irresistible crochet projects, I find the best solution is to just start. Dive in. So I did. Join me? Solar Wrap by Daniela Nii I'll be making the Solar Wrap, designed by Daniela Nii. It's an adorable motif wrap with a fun construction, working a row of partial...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by Sarah Read on Jun 10, 2013
  • Sprout Chains Shawlette HELP!

    Hi, i just picked up the pattern for the Sprout Chains Shawlette a few days ago. I got my Crochet So Fine book several months ago and absolutely LOVE it! I'm going to Italy in May and am currently using the trip as an excuse to make a very nice cover-up for those churchy-tourist attractions (no paper...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by dearose on Mar 24, 2011

    What a beautiful pattern! I've wanted to make this shawl ever since it was first published in Crochet. Now I'm ready to join you with 3 hanks of a considerably darker blue (marine) malabrigo lace which I'll wind tonight. This will be my first crocket-along and my most complex shawl to date...
    Posted to Crochet-Alongs (Forum) by joanroberta on Dec 6, 2010