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Charlotte’s Universe Video Tutorial Part 4

Many of you have been itching to start with the new pattern parts of Charlotte’s Universe, and the waiting is finally over. Part 4 of Charlotte’s Universe Blanket CAL is the start of many new stitch patterns and textures. In this post you find the video tutorials for Part 4 of Charlotte’s Universe as well as my Strawberry Ice Cream color placement for my colorful Scheepjes Stone Washed version of the design.

Resources

Video Tutorial Part 4

You can find the RIGHT HANDED and LEFT HANDED video tutorials for Charlotte’s Universe on my YouTube channel. In the video description you will find time points that mark the start of each round.


My Strawberry Ice Cream Charlotte’s Universe & Color Placement

I am using the following 7 colors of Scheepjes Stone Washed for my Strawberry Ice Cream Charlotte’s Universe together with a 3.5mm hook.

I have yarn kits available in my SHOP for Charlotte’s Universe Strawberry Ice Cream in Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn.

  • 10 x Color A – 821 Pink Quartzite
  • 9 x Color B – 820 Rose Quartz
  • 5 x Color C – 810 Garnet
  • 5 x Color D – 818 Lilac Quartz
  • 5 x Color E – 811 Deep Amethyst
  • 7 x Color F – 836 Tourmaline
  • 2 x Color G – 819 New Jade

You can buy Scheepjes Stone Washed yarn from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), The Knitting Network (UK/Int), Caro’s Atelier (NL/EU), and many other Scheepjes stockists world wide!

My color placement for my Strawberry Ice Cream Charlotte’s Universe Part 4 is as follows, using a 3.5mm hook:

RoundColor
37C – 810 Garnet
38A – 821 Pink Quartzite
39D – 818 Lilac Quartz
40D – 818 Lilac Quartz
41F – 836 Tourmaline
42F – 836 Tourmaline


Official Yarn Kits

There are three official colorways for the Charlotte’s Universe blanket; Vintage Charlotte, Sunshine Charlotte and Pink Charlie. You can of course make the blanket in any colorway you like, and knowing Dedri she will love to see all your color combinations! Dedri has made the original Vintage blanket using Scheepjes Softfun Aquarel (DK/Light Worsted Weight/#3).

From left to right: Vintage Charlotte (photo Dedri Uys), Sunshine Charlotte (photo Cass Micheli), and Pink Charlie (photo Anna Moore)

If you would like to make your own color combination, you will need 37 balls of Scheepjes Softfun (DK/Light Worsted Weight/#3) in the following combination, where color B is the contrast color.

  • 21 balls of Color A
  • 10 balls of Color B
  • 6 balls of Color C

You can find more tips and a coloring chart to help you find your perfect color placement on Dedri’s blog HERE.

There are Charlotte’s Universe kits available from Wool Warehouse (UK/Int), or you can purchase Scheepjes Stoftfun yarn individually from Caro’s Atelier (NL) or many Scheepjes stockists world wide!

Support

Dedri has created a Facebook Group especially for Charlotte’s Universe. This is a good place to post your questions and show your work.

Social Media

If you are using my videos or would just like to show me your work, use hashtag #itsallinanutshell on Instagram to help me find it, or share your work in my It’s all in a Nutshell Crochet Nuts group on Facebook.

With love,
Esther

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2 thoughts on “Charlotte’s Universe Video Tutorial Part 4”

  1. I have started Charlotte thanks to your video tutorial with great joy. I have chosen your color chart. Thank you so much. Still, I need to know which quantity of wool I should buy.

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