Winter '16 Holiday Crochet Along: All the Stars Above - Part Three
Saturday, October 15, 2016
How have you been keeping up? It depends on how quickly you crochet, but I think we might need a little more time with this pattern. What do you think?
If you'd like, you can see the entire crochet along schedule & details about getting started here.
All the Stars Above is a beautiful, L-shaped shawl made using a large hook and DK weight yarn for elegant drape.
We have been crocheting this beauty in three parts: doing half in one week, half in the second week, (pausing a week to catch up), and doing all the finishing in the final week. So by the end of October, you should have a lovely shawl to wear or share.
Your instructions for this week (until October 22):
1. Catch up on any crocheting for All the Stars Above.
2. Share progress pictures and ask questions in the Facebook group and in our Ravelry thread. We'll help each other out!
We are very fortunate that we have several excellent sponsors who have really stepped up to make this CAL lots of fun for us! At the end of the CAL, you can enter to win a fantastic prize package!!
Eucalan is well known and trusted by yarn crafters to take care of their precious creations. This is a product I use and I love it because it is no-rinse and it is great for blocking and handwashing! Eucalan is offering a prize gift pack.
“This set of 5 bottles of Eucalan is neatly packaged in a clear re-usable zip bag in each of our scents. The Gift Pack is a popular item for gift-giving - include it with a cute baby item, beautiful lingerie or the lovely sweater you've knit.”
Eucalan is generously offering shipment to the United States and Canada! I am eyeing this gift pack because think of how cool it would be to have a travel-sized bottle to bring with you on a trip. Or also how extra special it would be to add a bottle to your handmade gifts. I really like how this item can take handmade creations to the next level.
And, of course, thanks so much to each of our giveaway sponsors:
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