Crochet, instruction video, Nederlands

Colour Lab Scheepjes CAL Video Tutorials – Part 2

The second part of the Scheepjes Crochet-ALong, Colour Lab designed by Rachele Carmona from Cypress Textiles is in my opinion more complicated that Part 1. In Part 2 there are different panels, consisting of rectangles and triangles, with a lot of detail happening everywhere. But no worries, I am here to help you if are unsure if you understand the written pattern correctly. In this post you will find the links to the video tutorials, both in Dutch and English, as well as a list of the colors I used for my own Colour Lab blanket.


Colour Lab CAL video tutorials Part 2

The this second set of video tutorials are honestly the longest single videos I have ever made; they are over 4 hours each. The tutorials are available in English (UK Terms) right handed and left handed, and Dutch right handed and left handed. The videos will also be available on my YouTube channel, in the written pattern and on the Scheepjes website. In all the video descriptions you will find time stampt to where each row or section starts. That way you can easily find what you are looking for.

My Colour Lab Blanket and Color placement

For this second part of the Colour Lab blanket, I wanted to have colors that complement the greens I used for Part 1. I went with deep reds, purple and a splash of yellow. I mixed up the placement of the grey shades on this part, so don’t look in too much detail at my photos as they will confuse you. The blue and green are in anticipation of the next part, so the colors match a bit there too. For this part, I used the following colors.

  • Color A = Nice (025)
  • Color B = Munich (079)
  • Color I = Quebec (077)
  • Color J = Krakow (064)
  • Color K = Santiago (053)
  • Color L = Taipei (006)
  • Color M = Salvador (029)
  • Color N = Lahore (014)
  • Color O = Istanbul (037)
  • Color P = Valencia (062)
  • Color Q = Bogota (050)
  • Color R = Lima (055)
  • Color S = Canberra (031)
  • Color T = Madrid (009)

Yarn Kits

The blankets are made using not one but ALL the colors in either the Scheepjes Metropolis color range or the Scheepjes Scrumptious color range. What this means in practice is that the yarn kits contain a color pack with mini balls of all the colors or either Scheepjes Metropolis or Scheepjes Scrumptious along with 3 shades of gray. Off course the kits also contain goodies for a personal CAL experience!

You can get the kits from Wool Warehouse if you live in the UK, from Jimmy Beans if you live in USA. If you live in Europe, Caro’s Atelier is a great option. The kits are also available from many other Scheepjes retailers.


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