Happy Granny Square Day 2019!



It’s Granny Square Day today! And I am so proud of myself for not only being on time this year, but also for being able to design a special contribution. I called it just “A Sea Square”. Because of the blue shades I chose. And because a long-awaited sea vacation is waiting for me next week.

I don’t know if you feel the same, but for me the summer always feels like a “short life”. Everything is slowed down on one hand. In summer I am always traveling to Belarus, my home country, to see my parents and to reunite with my family and friends. Usually, there is no much time for design and crochet. This summer I have picked up my hook maybe twice in two long months.

And later, when I am back home from all travels, it’s quite difficult to get back to a creative mood again. Somehow summer is the most relaxed, but the most busiest time as well.

When I returned from Belarus two weeks ago a small package from Scheepjes was waiting in my mail box. The package contained three skeins of newly release Chunky Monkey yarn – in cream and two shades of blue. 
Premium acrylic yarn in aran weight with anti pilling quality

And because there is no better way to re-start designing than to grab the hook, a cup of coffee and to actually start crochet – I decided to play with new yarn a bit to see what happens. And… a new square was brought to life.

I started with a simple center with linen stitch and used only two colors for a “false brioche” look, as I call it. Then a small border was added around the center. And then I thought I’d play with linen stitch and cables for a textured fabric. 

This was my first time trying Chunky Monkey yarn by Scheepjes. It’s a heavier version of existing Colour Crafter line – premium acrylic in aran weight. I’ve made several blankets with Colour Crafter yarn, and I am very happy with their softness and drape. They were washed several times in a washing machine already, and I am still pleased with how they look and feel.
Premium acrylic yarn in aran weight with anti pilling quality

New Chunky Monkey yarn was improved with anti-pilling quality for even more durability and perfect look. The yarn is super soft, it doesn’t split and stitch definition is nice. Just a perfect choice for quick chunky projects – both in knitting and crochet.
Premium acrylic yarn in aran weight with anti pilling quality

Chunky Monkey yarn comes in 100g balls with 116m/127yards. 5mm crochet hook is recommended but I’ve noticed that bigger hook gave my square a better drape. Of course, everything depends on the exact type of the projects, but I would choose 5.5-6mm hook for cables and such.

Scheepjes Chunky Monkey yarn is available in local Scheepjes shops and via online retailers: Wool Warehouse and Black Sheep Wools (both in UK with international shipping), Caro’s Atelier (NL and Europe).

A Sea Square pattern will come soon!

And for now – Happy Granny Square Day!

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Baby Henry’s Heirloom Afghan: an overlay crochet masterpiece



Exciting news! New crochet-a-long is in the town. For almost two years I have been patiently waiting for Baby Henry’s Heirloom Afghan pattern to be released. Jessica Wifall, the designer, first introduced it in 2017 and after a huge positive response she kindly agreed to put all notes together, so that everyone who wanted could create their own beauty. And after two years of hard work (pattern writing, testing, organization) the pattern is ready to meet the world! The CAL, crochet-a-long, will begin in just two days – on August 1st, 2019.
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall

Introduction


Although this fantastic blanket was designed by Jessica Wifall, this project is precious for me personally as a designer in several ways.

First of all, because my own pattern – Dandelion Border – was used as a part of this design.

Secondly, because Baby Henry’s Heirloom Afghan is based on the Overlay Crochet Mandala No 6 by Carola Herbst of CAROcreated. My own designing journey began 5 years ago with overlay crochet mandalas. I bought one of the Carola’s designs on Etsy, made my first ever overlay crochet mandala, and fell in love with this technique.

Over a hundred designs have been created since then, but I remember very well how it all started. And I can’t thank Carola enough for giving me a huge source of inspiration and confidence in my own designing skills.
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall

And thirdly, this CAL is special for me because it also uses a part of Sophie’s Universe blanket designed by my dearest friend Dedri Uys of Look At what I Made. I was very lucky to become a part of Scheepjes Bloggers team, meet Dedri and make friends with her in real life. She is my forever crochet mentor.

As you have guessed already, Baby Henry’s Designer Heirloom Afghan CAL incorporates three patterns from different designers: Overlay Crochet Mandala No 6 by Carola, Sophie’s Universe Part 4 by Dedri and Dandelion Border by me. Two of these patterns including mine are paid, so to join the CAL you will need to purchase them, either on Ravelry or Etsy.

Jessica Wifall put all three patterns together (and I can’t believe she could adapt mandala pattern so well!) and wrote her own notes which are available as a free download (HERE or HERE).
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall

 

General Information


Infromation: Baby Henry’s Designer Heirloom Afghan CAL will be hosted in Facebook in CAL – crochet A long group where you will connect with other makers from all over the world. You can ask questions and share your pictures there.

Pattern: All notes can be downloaded either from Ravelry HERE or from CAL – crochet a long blog HERE.

Instagram: If you share photos of your Henrys, please use #babyhenrysdesignerheirloom

Yarn and Colorways


There are no official yarn packs for this CAL. You can either use your stash or buy the yarn in separate skeins.

Baby Henry’s Heirloom Designer Afghan comes in three colorways. The original was made with Catona yarn by Scheepjes (100% cotton sport weight yarn) and 3mm hook.
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall


The size of the finished blanket will depend on the yarn and hook you use and also on your personal crochet style. Jessyca’s afghan turned out 114cm/45”.

You can purchase Catona yarn in local Scheepjes shops or via online retailers (affiliate links are marked with *): Wool Warehouse* (UK, international shipping), Black Sheep Wools* (UK, international shipping), Caro’s Atelier* (NL and Europe), Knotty House* (Canada), Taemombo* (Canada and US).

Here are the colors and yardages for the original version:

Jet Black (110) – 7 x 50g balls
Bridal White (105) – 5 x 50g balls
Champaign (248) – 4 x 50g balls
Dark Olive (387) – 4 x 50g balls
Light Silver (172) – 3 x 50g balls
Metal Grey (242) – 3 x 50g balls
Black Coffee (162) – 2 x 50g balls
Mercury (074) – 2 x 50g balls
Charcoal (393) – 2 x 50g balls
Anthracite (501) – 1 x 50g balls
Root Beer (157) – 1 x 50g balls
Caramel (506) – 1 x 50g balls
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall

Another colorway is called Henry’s Voyage. It also uses Catona yarn, but in fewer colors:

Ultramarine (124) – 9 x 50g balls
Champaign (248) – 8 x 50g balls
Light Navy (164) – 8 x 50g balls
Dark Olive (387) – 6 x 50g balls

And you can also choose your own colors. To help you visualize the look of the finished blanket, the organizers have created colouring pages for you. Print them out, take the pencils and color your own blanket in any palette you like.

If you rather wish to use DK or even aran yarn, please, check yardages in the Official information post HERE
This crochet masterpiece combines three patterns in overlay crochet by different designers
Phot credit: Jessica Wifall

 

Techniques


This Afghan pattern uses overlay crochet technique. If you have never tried it, the patterns might be a bit difficult to read and follow, at first. But after you are used to the pattern style, everything will become smoother.

All three patterns contain heavy photo-tutorials with loads of progress high quality pictures.
If you are still unsure, please check general information about overlay crochet HERE on my blog. And practice with one or two squares from Circles of the Sun CAL.

Timeline


Baby Henry’s Designer Heirloom Afghan crochet-a-long will begin on August 1st, 2019 and will run for 16 weeks, with parts being released weekly on a Thursday. Enjoy!

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Nya Mosaic Blanket - Infinity version (FREE crochet pattern)



My mosaic crochet journey began two years ago, when Nya Mosaic Blanket pattern was released. It has become very popular and pictures of hundreds of Nya’s popped up in my social media feeds. In various color combinations. Some creative makers went beyond pattern instructions, and adjusted the chart into a continuous version. I’ve had a plan to write instructions for “infinity” Nya for at least a year now. And finally here it is! Thank you very much for your inspiration and support.

This is a continuous version of Nya baby blanket created by Caroline Hohal (@caroline_crochets). She used one Whirl in shade Jumpin Jelly and a little more than 2 Whirlettes in shade 851 Liquorice.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Anna Nita (@nitkomanka) adapted Nya blanket pattern to make a wrap – this is the same continuous version but with less repeats.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

And Laura Jackson (@taemombo) took a challenge and decided to create a big blanket using 4 Whirls (2 in same color). It's called "From Sea to Sea". How amazing is it? Her blanket is approx. 115cm x 140cm (45.3” x 55”).
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Laura worked with all four cakes at the same time for one long gradient color change.
Are you inspired to try “infinity” version of Nya mosaic blanket yourself? Please, find instructions below. Enjoy!

And if you would like to have the pattern in one easy-to-print pdf file, you can find it on Ravelry HERE and Esty HERE for a small fee.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
Photo credit: taemombo


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NYA Infinity Mosaic Blanket PATTERN 


Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

What you’ll need


Yarn in 2 contrasting colors. Whirl and Whirlette by Scheepjes will give the best result.

For baby blanket and wrap: 1 Whirl and 3 Whirlettes
For large blanket: 2 x 2 Whirls (4 in total)

Whirl and Whirlette yarn is available for purchase in your local Scheepjes shop, or via online retailers:

Wool Warehouse*, Black Sheep Wools* (both in UK with interational shipping)
Caro's Atelier* (NL and Europe)
Taemombo* (Canada and US), Knotty House* (Canada)

Crochet hook 3.5-3.75mm (E)* or size needed to obtain the best drape.
Scissors, tapestry needle to weave in ends.

Gauge for Whirl: 20 sts and 30 rows = 10 x 10 cm (4” x 4”).
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com
Photo credit: taemombo

Abbreviations (US terms)


st(s) - stitch(es)
sp(s) - space(s)
ch - chain
yo - yarn over
sc (single crochet): insert hook in indicated stitch, yo, draw up a loop, yo and pull through both loops on hook
mdc (mosaic double crochet): yo, insert hook in indicated st, yo, draw up a loop in front of chains of previous rows, *yo, pull through 2 loops* twice
RS - right side
WS - wrong side
[…] - [crochet following directions] as many times as indicated

Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

Pattern Notes


  • Nya Infinity Mosaic blanket is worked in rows, back and forth. You can either follow the chart or written instructions.
  • Ch1 in the beginning of each row doesn’t count as a st. So first sc of each row is made in first stitch of previous row.
  • All mdc are made in sts of same color from 2 rows below – always in front of work.
  • Change color on the last yarn over when there are still 2 loops on hook. Don’t cut the yarn but leave it on the side. Yarn is changed after every 2 rows by grabbing up new yarn on the side – you’ll get floats of yarn.
Nya Mosaic Blanket - infinity version. FREE crochet pattern by www.lillabjorncrochet.com

    Reading the Chart


    • Chart is read from bottom to top. Each row in chart represents two rows of same color. Rows on the RS (1,2,3, etc.) are read from right to left, and rows on WS (1a, 2a, 3a, etc.) are read back across from left to right. The first square of each row shows which color is used for 2 rows (1-1a, 2-2a, 3-3a, etc.)
    • Each square of the chart shows 1 stitch or 1 skipped stitch. When squares of different colors appear in the row – they should be skipped. So instead of working them – make a number of ch (always 1 ch more than a number of skipped sts – to prevent your work from pulling) and skip needed sts. So for 1 skipped st you will ch2.
    • On next row on RS when you will crochet with different color – you will make mdc in these skipped sts from two rows below. Mdc are always made in front of your work, in front of chains of previous rows, so spaces are always skipped (see pics below).

    • Mdc are only worked on RS. On WS you will only make sc and chains, so can easily finish these rows (1a, 2a 3a, etc.) without following the chart. Please, note that sc are only made in sts of the previous row, and chains are always made over chains.
    Photo credit: taemombo

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    INSTRUCTIONS


    An original LillaBjörnCrochet Design (Tatsiana Kupryianchyk). Copyright 2014-2019. All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal use only. It cannot be sold, redistributed or edited in any way. Translations and video-tutorials are NOT allowed without permission. You can sell your finished products, but you cannot use my pictures to promote them. Please, always credit me as a designer of this pattern. Thank you!

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    Purchase ads free ready-to-print pdf with full written instructions and photo-tutorial HERE on Ravelry and HERE on Etsy.



    Pattern repeat is multiple of 12 sts + 3 sts (ch4) to begin.

    For baby blanket: 13 repeats (ch160)
    For wrap: 6 repeats (ch76)
    For large blanket: 19 repeats (ch232)

    Row 1 - RS. With Yarn B. Ch76 (160 or 232), 1sc in second ch from the hook, 1sc in every ch to end, turn.

    Row 1a - WS. Ch1, 1sc in every st to end (change to Yarn A in final st, don’t cut Yarn B), turn.

    Row 2. With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 2a. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st. Change to Yarn B in final st (by carrying it up along the side – here and throughout), turn.


    Pattern repeat

    Row 3. With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 3a. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 4. With Yarn A. Ch1, 2sc, [1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 4a. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 5. With Yarn B. Ch1, [3sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last 3 sts, 3sc to end, turn.

    Row 5a. Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] repeat to end making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 6. With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 6a. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 7. With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc] repeat until last st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 7a. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc* repeat until last st, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 8. With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2 skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 8a. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat until last sp, ch2, skip sp, 1sc in last st (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 9. With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, [1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc, ch2 skip 1 st, 2sc] repeat until last sp, 1mdc, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 9a. Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] repeat to end, making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 10. With Yarn A. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2 skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to end, turn.

    Row 10a. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] repeat to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 11. With Yarn B. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Row 11a. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat until last st, 1sc to end (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 12. With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] repeat until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc in last st, turn.

    Row 12a. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end making 1sc instead of last 3 sc (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 13: With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, 1mdc, [2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc] until last st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Row 13a: Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] to end making 4 sc instead of last 5sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 14: With Yarn A. Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc] repeat to end, turn.

    Row 14a: Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 15: With Yarn B. Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc] to last st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Row 15a: Ch1, 2sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc, ch2, skip sp, 1sc] repeat to last st, 1sc to end (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 16: With Yarn A. Ch1, 2sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 1sc, 1mdc] to end making 1sc instead of last mdc, turn.

    Row 16a: Ch1, 3sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    Row 17: With Yarn B. Ch1, 3sc, 1mdc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, 2sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 3sc, 1mdc] to end omitting last mdc, turn.

    Row 17a: Ch1, 4sc, [ch2, skip sp, 5sc] to end making 4sc instead of last 5 sc (change to Yarn A in final st), turn.

    Row 18: With Yarn A. Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip 1 st, 2sc, 1mdc, ch2, skip 1 st, 3sc, ch2, skip 1 st, 1mdc, 2sc] until last 2 sts, ch2, skip 1 st, 1sc to end, turn.

    Row 18a: Ch1, 1sc, [ch2, skip sp, 3sc] to end making 1sc instead of last 3 sc (change to Yarn B in final st), turn.

    End of pattern repeat

    Repeat Rows 3-18a (Pattern Repeat) until your blanket reaches desired length.

    Then repeat rows 3-12a once more.

    Next Row: With Yarn B. Ch1, 1sc, [1mdc, 3sc] repeat till last sp, 1mdc, 1sc, turn.

    Final Row: Ch1, 1sc in each st to end. Fasten off, cut both yarns, weave in ends.



    Ta-daaah! Your Nya Infinity Mosaic Blanket is now finished!!

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    Skies: new vegan yarn from Scheepjes



    What can be better than yarn? Right! Better than yarn can be only new yarn. As you probably know, I collaborate with Scheepjes, a Dutch yarn company, and as an early bird I receive samples of new yarns to try, test and maybe design something. Today I would like to share my thoughts about Skies yarn. It was released a while ago, and I even got a chance to work on a large wip already. But somehow I only came to this review now.

    DISCLOSURE: this blog post contains affiliate links (marked with *). If you purchase via these links, I might be compensated with a tiny amount while you will not pay anything extra. Thank you for supporting my blog!

    Skies is 100% cotton yarn which comes in two different weights: “Light” (fingering, 4ply) and “Heavy” (DK/light worsted). And in 9 gorgeous semi-solid colors. It is a full range of blue, coming from dark purpl-ish, through regular denim blues and ending with very light shades. And this range is accompanied with green and mustard-yellow. Creating the look of a “perfect storm”.

    Skies yarn is unique in many ways. First of all it comes in hanks, and not in skeins or balls. Even hanks with the same numbers can slightly differ in color, giving the feel of the hand dyed yarn.

    You can either rewind hanks into balls by hands, or using a yarn winder. Together with Skies yarn a brand new wooden winder was released by Scheepjes. And I was lucky to receive it as a gift and try it out.

    Because I have never winded hanks before it took me a while to understand how it works and how the tension should be adjusted. My first cake didn’t turn out very neat. But the second one was a success.
     

    If you are interested, you can check a review written by my friend Kirsten of Haak Maar Raak. She used Scheepjes winder to rewind Whirl cake.

    Regular hanks in both weights are 100g. But you can also purchase a yarn pack with mini (28g) hanks* – and full range of colors. They come in a cute box. Just a perfect gift for your yarnie friend.


    Another interesting fact about Skies yarn is that it’s all natural and “vegan”. It’s been dyed with a natural dye. Yes, even the green and yellow shades! For my recent project I’ve used 10 hanks of Skies in total now (and more yarn will be used). And I’ve noticed that it leaves paint on the fingers. I’ve not washed my wip yet, but I would definitely do it very carefully. And will probably use a color catcher.

    My current wip is a top secret yet, so I can only show you back side... But it will be mosaic :)

    As already mentioned, Skies yarn by Scheepjes comes in two weights: fingering (100g/370m) and DK/light worsted (100g/170m). Can you see the difference in hte picture below? Both versions can be combined with solid shades: Cotton 8* and Cahlista*.

    3mm hook is recommended for Light version, but I would say 3.5mm hook* works better, as Skies yarn is a bit stiff (because it’s cotton), and larger hook gives a better drape.

    Anuradha Mukherjee, Laura Jackson and Faye used Skies yarn for my latest Berg shawl design. In combination with Catona* and Cotton 8 yarns. Aren’t their samples stunning? Check all details about colors and yardages on Ravelry.

    Skies yarn is available in your local Scheepjes shop and via online retailers:

    Wool Warehouse*, Black Sheep Wools* (both in UK with international shipping)
    Caro’s Atelier* (NL and Europe)
    Taemombo* (Canada and US), Knotty House* (Canada)


    I guess it will take me months to finish my current Skies wip. It’s huge and slow. But I am enjoying working on it.

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