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A beautiful pastel combination for this Cahlista yarn pack with a slight saving on the normal selling price per ball.
Fiber Content:100% natural cotton
Needle/hook size 4.5 mm - 5mm
Yarn weight: Aran
Ball weight:50 gram
Gauge:19 stitches, 23 rows to 10 cm on 4,50 mm needles
60 degree mild wash, tumble dry
Cahlista means ‘beautiful one’ and Cahlista definitely is! This 100% un-mercerized cotton aran weight yarn has an optimised twist to reduce splitting whilst maintaining a soft drape. This yarn is double gassed, this means it is passed over a naked flame to singe away any random fibres, not once, but twice… creating a super smooth yarn that glides on the hook or needles.
International customers please contact me for a shipping quote on the Medium and Large kits. Due to the weight and value these items will have to go via a tracked courier service.
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***If you would like to pay in 2 instalments for the Medium and Large kits that can be arranged. Please contact me to discuss.Deposit non refundable.
What you need to know.
There are 3 kits making a hexagonal blanket:
- Small Kit: 120 x 104cm in Cotton 8 yarn. Price: £36
- Medium Kit: 151 x 131cm in Stone Washed. Price: £98
- Large Kit: 192 x 167cm in Stone Washed XL & River Washed XL. Price: £189
Small, Medium and Large shades below.
All kits contain an official Ubuntu CAL leatherette label and button, and a set of vintage stitch markers.
The large and medium kit also contain a beading loom and everything you need to make a friendship bracelet designed especially for this CAL by Dedri.
The CAL will begin on Wednesday the 12th of September and will run for 12 weeks, ending the beginning of December.
Each pattern piece will be made available as a downloadable pdf on Wednesdays 13:00 Dutch time / 12:00 UK time. You can access these from the official Scheepjes Facebook Groups or via the Scheepjes website.
There will be video tutorials by our good friend Esther from It's all in a Nutshell. Support will be given during the CAL in our Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ScheepjesCAL.International/?ref=bookmarks
Dedri has posted a blog post here telling you everything you need to know about Ubuntu: http://www.lookatwhatimade.net/…/yarn/crochet/ubuntu/ubuntu/
Hop on over to Dedri's blog to see what she has to say about the CAL!
Fiber Content: 100% Cotton, Needle size 3 mm, Yarn weight: Fingering 4ply, Ball weight: 50 gram, Length:170 meter, Gauge:28 stitches, 40 rows to 10 cm on 3 mm needles, 40 degree wash.
I created these yarn packs to show off the gorgeous shades in the cotton 8 range. These could be the starting point as colour inspiration for a blanket. Two packs should give a decent sized lap blanket depending on the design/stitch you choose. You could make market bags, mandalas, coasters and placemats, a shawl, it is great for clothing, hats, scarves, Amigurumi, dreamcatchers. The list goes on! Check out the Ravelry Page of Cotton 8 for patterns and ideas!
These prices include free UK shipping for these boxes only. **Please use code swfree at checkout and choose second class postage**
This colour pack is a luxury window cardboard box with handle that contains all 36 Stone Washed colours, as well as 14 colours of River Washed in cute 10g balls.
Of course there is an XL variety containing 15g balls of all 50 colours.
The Scheepjes Colour Packs are perfect for when you want to select new colours for a project, but also for many small multicoloured projects.
Fiber Content 100% Premium Acrylic Needle size 4 mm Yarn weight DK Ball weight 100 gram Length 300 meter Gauge:20 stitches, 24 rows to 10 cm on 4 mm needles.
Quite some time ago I made this Large Random Granny Square Blanket (as seen in the image. No pattern with the pack it is for inspiration only) I donated it to a super Charity that sent thousands of blankets to Syria. I loved the colours so much. They were just shades of various Yarns I had in my stash and I literally just put my hand in the bag and pulled out a shade to use next. As I ran out of yarn I just joined mid way through a round and continued with the other shade.
I put this pack together with those shades in mind and although they are not an exact match I think that they would give the same effect if you fancy making a random colour Granny square blanket. I only have one chain between each treble cluster and 2 chains in the corners, I turn my work on each round and join in different corners to stop the Granny square pattern from twisting. Of course you can use these shades for any design and depending on the style you choose this amount of yarn will give you a really good sized throw or a couple of baby blankets.