DOGGHAN – WEEK 10

Week 10 of the Dogghan brings us to Festive Corgi. This beloved breed brings both of Julianne’s worlds together…. crochet and illustration/writing! If you haven’t ready checked out her blog – be sure to! There you will find that she is not only a talented crochet designer…. but also a published Children’s Book author!!! She has taken over writing the Theodore and the Enchanted Bookstore series, as well as illustrating the entire series. Not only is she set to release the 4th book in this series – she has written her very own storyline for her new book, WISHWEAVER.

There will be a crocheted Whimsy and Flit pattern available for free on Sept. 1 to go alongside the book, with video tutorials from start to finish of both characters, and one on how to assemble them from start to finish on Ink & Stitches YouTube!

She certainly is bringing both of her favorite worlds together in a fabulous way!!!!

The colors for this week’s square:

  • Chartreuse Green 
  • White 
  • Black 
  • Yellow Ochre 
  • Pink 
  • Brown 
  • Purple 
  • Green 
  • Dark Green

And a Sneak Peek of next week’s colors:

  • Purple
  • Pink
  • White
  • Brown
  • Black
  • Dark Brown
  • Tan

And now for the IMPORTANT PART!!!

PATTERN LINK:

Video Link:

Please be sure to share your progress in the EVENTand to our main Facebook Group Newsfeed as well as using the hashtag #dogghancal2020 so we can follow along with your progress on Instagram and Twitter as well!

Julianne Winter can be found at these links on social media:

Until next time…..

Happy Crocheting,

Jo💗

3 thoughts on “DOGGHAN – WEEK 10

  1. Hi! I can’t get to the wk#10 corgi pattern. There isn’t a down load link…please help! Thank you Deb Larson Kachookatklan@gmail.com

    On Tue, Jul 7, 2020, 10:32 AM CROCHET A LONG with us! wrote:

    > Jo Schaefer posted: “Week 10 of the Dogghan brings us to Festive Corgi. > This beloved breed brings both of Julianne’s worlds together…. crochet > and illustration/writing! If you haven’t ready checked out her blog – be > sure to! There you will find that she is not only a talent” >

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    1. The link is correct for the Ink and Stitches blog. I have just opened it and viewed the weekly blog myself. Have you subscribed to her newsletter which allows you to see the “read more” button?

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