Something Magic

Something magic’s in the air!  A brand new CAL design that is sure to turn your crochet hook into a magic wand!  It’s by Ineke Mooijenkind, who is from the Netherlands, a beautiful town called Gouda. This corner of the world is known for one of my favorite things…Gouda cheese!  Oh, and Stroopwaffles…you haven’t lived if you haven’t tasted the wonderful sweetness of this delightful, wafery cookie.  Delish!

Well, I digress…

We’re really here today to tell you about Ineke’s upcoming CAL.  A must for your summer project list…the Something Magic blanket Cal!  Ineke, who has been crocheting for 50 years, was inspired by her friend(and one of our favorite designers!), Helen Shrimpton. After finishing Helen’s Mandala Madness CAL she made the squared off addition using parts of the original MM design.  Since then, she is proud to have become one of the lucky testers of Helen’s designs.

And now… Ineke is ready to launch her own first CAL! When she was thinking about her first design, she naturally checked in with Helen who asked her what kind of blanket she prefers.  “Round, square, rectangle, made in one piece or joined with special pieces?” Here answer was, “I prefer to make a round, square, rectangle blanket, made in one piece and maybe joined with special pieces!” And so she did!

This design is really something…something magic!  I guarantee you will love this 11 week CAL which will begin on July 23, 2018.  The pattern will be available on Ineke’s Ravery page.  You’ll find more information and details about this amazing pattern here:

 

Something Magic Introduction and Yarn Requirements

You can sign up for the event here:  Something Magic Facebook Event

You can join the Something Magic Ravelry Group here: Something Magic Ravelry Group

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2 thoughts on “Something Magic

  1. I was lucky enough to translate this beautifull blanket and story! And I can tell you, it will be magical, round, square, flowers, special pieces, it has everything! It was an absolute joy to translate, and it will be an absolute joy to make!

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