And so another series of video tutorials comes to an end….. Today we make the border for the Scheepjes Hygge CAL, which is the last video in the series. Scheepjes Hygge CAL combines embroidery and crochet and has been designed by Kirsten from Haak Maar Raak.
- Add this free pattern to your Ravelry library
- General Information & written patterns – English
- General Information & written patterns – Dutch
- English Facebook group
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- Yarn kits
- YouTube Playlist with all English (UK Terms) videos – right handed
- YouTube Playlist with all English (UK Terms) videos – left handed
- Dedicated video page on this blog with all English videos
- YouTube Playlist met alle Nederlandse video’s – reghtshandig
- YouTube Playlist met alle Nederlandse video’s – linkshandig
- Pagina op deze blog met alle Nederlandse video’s
In the videos for this week I show you how to make the border. If you happen to have more/less rows of stitches than the pattern states, don’t worry about it. In the video I show you how to identify your rows and then just take it from there. In the description of the videos you can find the time stamps to each row so that you can jump ahead if you want to. The videos are available in English and Dutch, with left and right handed versions in both languages. Please note that in the English video I use UK crochet terms.
Yarn and kits for Hygge CAL
If you are only just joining in, there are 5 colorway kits to choose from. You can choose between the Rainbow, Jewel, Pastel, Danish Mermaid and Girls Night In colorways. The kits contain 10 balls of Stone Washed yarn, 11 balls of Catona yarn and extra goodies to get you in the Hygge mindset. Goodies include a button, a charm, a stitch marker, a yarn needle and 2 wooden ice crystals. The kits are available from Wool Warehouse or your Scheepjes stockist.
Next week I will show you my completed Hygge wrap.
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