The Scheepjes Hygge CAL, a unique design that combines embroidery and crochet to make a luxurious wrap. The wrap has been designed by Kirsten from Haak Maar Raak. With this post I want to give you all the information regarding Hygge CAL and show you my completed wrap.
- Add this free pattern to your Ravelry library
- General Information & written patterns – English
- General Information & written patterns – Dutch
- English Facebook group
- Dutch Facebook group
- 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
Hygge kits are/were available in 5 colorways. 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 which include a button, a charm, a stitch marker, a yarn needle and 2 wooden ice crystals. The kits are/were available from Wool Warehouse, Deramores, or your Scheepjes stockist.
I have a short series of videos showing how to make the wrap. In part 1 I show how to make the first bobbles, in part 2 I show how to make the separator and do the embroidery, in part 12 I show the second series of bobbles, and in part 13 I show the border. In the description of the videos you can find the time stamps to each row/section 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. You can find them on my blog, YouTube channel and the Scheepjes website. Please note that in the English video I use UK crochet terms. The videos will stay online indefinitely.
My Rainbow Wrap
I used the Rainbow kit to make the videos for you, and in the process make a beautiful wrap for myself.
Last step was the lining; I used a fabric with blue and green stripes. I will be honest with you, this lining was a LOT of work, and I am sure that we can debate if it is really necessary. Nonetheless I lined my wrap and it gives my wrap a professional finish.
If you would like to read back on the Hygge journey, you can read about the CAL announcement, yarn arrival, the bobbles in part 1, the embroidery with my tips in part 2, progress at part 3 and part 9, new bobbles in part 12 and the border in part 13.
I hope to see you again for a new project.
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