Crochet, instruction video, Nederlands

Landleven Granny Scarf and Cowl

Come to the Landleven Winterfair 2015 in Arnhem (NL) and make your very own granny square scarf or cowl at the Scheepjes stand! I will be at the Scheepjes stand all day on December 19th, 2015 to help you make this fun project.

Scheepjes at landleven winter 2015

What are we making?

We are making a fun granny square scarf or cowl. This pattern is specially made for ladies that have little experience crocheting. So bring along your best friend, even if she has never tried crochet before in her life, to come and enjoy the atmosphere and make something fun in the process.


Need help?

I will be at the Scheepjes stand with other fabulous bloggers to help you make your cowl or scarf. But even if you don’t finish your project at the fair, help is available 24/7. I have a video for you showing how to make the projects step-by-step. This video is in DUTCH.

Which yarns?

At the fair there will be special kits available for making your cowl or scarf. The kits are available in 24 color schemes and costs less than 10 euro. Each kit contains 3 different colors of yarn, a crochet hook, a pattern and a link to the video. I am sure there will be a color combination that fits your personality perfectly!

Scheepjes mix yarn

Want to see the scarf and cowl?

Here a part of the scarf and cowl we will be making.

scheepjes scarf in the making

Come on over for a cuppa and enjoy the fair with us. Will I see you there?

With love,


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