Last week we started making or Elements blanket a square again, this week we continue with part 7 of Elements CAL designed by Sandra from Hooks and Yarn. In part 7 we continue with the squaring up our blanket.
- Elements CAL written patterns & General Information
- Official Hooks and Yarn yarn kits for Elements CAL
- Hooks and Yarn Facebook group for Elements CAL
- Video tutorials Elements CAL on YouTube
- Scheepjes Stonewashed yarn
Video tutorial Part 7
As always I show you step by step how to work the pattern.
Yarn & kits
- Color 1 – Moonstone (801)
- Color 2 – Lilac Quartz (818)
- Color 3 – Deep Amethyst (811)
- Color 4 – Lepidolite (830)
- Color 5 – Boulder Opal (804)
Scheepjes Stone Washed is available from Wool Warehouse (UK/International), Love Crochet (US), Knotty House (CA) , Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU) or your local Scheepjes Stockist. In addition to the yarn you will also need a 4mm hook. Thank you for supporting my work by buying your yarn through the links on my blog. ❤
I have used my 5 colors in the following way for Part 7. I used the Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn in combination with a 4mm hook.
- Round 49 – Lilac Quartz 818
- Round 50 – Deep Amethyst 811
- Round 51 – Deep Amethyst 811
- Round 52 – Lepidolite 830
- Round 53 – Lepidolite 830
- Round 54 – Boulder Opal 804
I did a very quick block on my Elements because my work was bobbling a lot. The wobble isn’t out completely so I will spend some more time blocking it properly later on. But for the time being it’s ok. If you are following my color placement, leave your yarn attached because I am using the same color for the first round next week.
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Next week we continue with part 8. See you then.
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