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The wait is over! The famous knitting pattern designed by Tammy from CanaDutch is now available as an After Party. The demand for this pattern was huge, therefore Tammy designed a virtually identical crochet shawl; Crochet Between The Lines #CBTL. Both shawls feature an enchanting illusion, aided by the use of the illusion knitting & crochet techniques. Thanks to Tammy's magic, the crocheted shawl is even completely reversible!
To get started on either of these patterns, you will need 2 Whirl cakes, you can also use Woolly Whirl, Frosted Whirl or a combinations of any of these yarns. The Read Between The Lines #RBTL shawl pictured is made of Whirl 753 Slice O'Cherry Pie and 754 Green Tea Tipple. The Crochet Between The Lines #CBTL pictured is made with Whirl 758 Lavenderlicious and 773 Blackcurrant Squeeze Me. However, the colour combination possibilities are endless and lots of inspiration can be found on Instagram and Facebook already.
The designer is Tatsian Kupryianchyk of the Lilla Björn Crochet blog. You find her work, designs and patterns on her blog: www.lillabjorncrochet.com.
Shown here in 1 x Sheepjes Whirl shade 755 Blueberry Bambam
1 x Scheepjes Whirlette shade 860 Ice
Measurements 113cm across back x 96cm from neck to hem.
Crocheted on a 3.25mm & 3.5mm hooks.
This edition of YARN The After Party describes a beautiful crocheted shawl designed by Helda Panagary. The Dream Catcher Shawl is crocheted with 1 ball of Scheepjes Whirl. The example is made with 1 ball of Scheepjes Whirl Strawberries & Scream.
This beautiful design comes from Helda Panagary. She designs knitted and crocheted garments and accessories and is primarily famous for her publications in magazines in Great Britain. She also keeps a blog: Heldasland. You can find her on Ravelry.
This edition of YARN 'The After Party' features the colourful Wrapket Scarf by Ali Campbell.
This long scarf is crocheted with fun stitches like the pineapple stitch and the bead stitch! You will be needing a crochet hook in size 6.0mm. This scarf requires 15 different colours: 4 balls of Merino Soft Brush and 11 balls of Merino Soft. It is also possible to extend the scarf; how to achieve this is described in the pattern.