Sarit Grinberg has outdone herself yet again!!! If you have been a member of the CAL – Crochet A Long Facebook Group or followed us here on the blog for very long, then you will remember the Massiel New Generation c2c Shawl that we hosted! And of course…. let’s not forget the X-Square that she designed for FATW5 also worked in her innovative c2c techniques. And who could forget Bilbie and Friends Blanket that was the very first Hebrew CAL – hosted by us here at CAL – Crochet A Long!!!
Sarit can be found answering questions in her WOOL&fun Facebook Group as well as on Instagram (where you can see so many beautiful photos!!!!). Be sure that you join her group so that you can see all of her new designs, and ask questions if you are in need of help.
This pattern not only combines the lace c2c that Sarit brought us in the Massiel Shawl CAL, but it brings us the Magic Square….. allowing the “center corner” and V shaped shawl – not just stripes anymore!!!!
And now, THE IMPORTANT STUFF:
For this CAL you need to know these basic crochet stitches:
- Slip stitch
- Single crochet
- Double crochet
About 1000 meters of Scheepjes Whirl yarn and 3 mm hook.
- About 1000 meters of Scheepjes Whirl (or comparable yarn)
- 3mm hook
- Stitch markers
- Yarn needle
- (This shawl can be made using any yarn – the size of yarn chosen will change the final dimensions of the finished piece – be sure to use a hook that corresponds to your yarn size and is recommended in your yarn label)
Schedule: Releasing 11/11/2020
- Part 1 – The Magic
- Part 2 – Lace c2c
- Part 3 – Romantic c2c
- Part 4 – Pearl c2c
- Part 5 – Diamond c2c
- Part 6 – Cluster c2c
- Part 7 – Border
And a few words from Sarit for a special person:
With all my love to Laurene Leeseberg Bluder – one of the Admins of the CAL – CROCHET A LONG Facebook group. She has loved and supported me over the years. So, with appreciation for her important work in the CAL worlds and in promote crochet designers all over the world, here’s to you, Laurene
Are you ready to start creating MAGIC????
Until next time,