Charlotte part 2 – Video Tutorial

Today the second part in a short three-part series in which I will be releasing video tutorials for Charlotte, designed by Dedri Uys. Last week I showed you part 1 in which we made the central square, this week for part 2 we are making the square larger by adding triangles to it.

charlotte part 2

Resources

Video tutorial

In this second part of Charlotte I show you how to make the triangles around the center square. You need to make 4 of these triangles, one on each edge of the square.  The result is again a square, but much larger.


Colorway

The colors that I am using are Herb Garden, Wisteria Arch, Bird Bath and Wishing Well, all available from Wool Warehouse, Deramores or your Scheepjes stockist, with a 4mm hook. This week the colorway is very easy, for each row of part 2, that is row 19 to 28, I used Herb Garden (702). The green variegated color of the triangles really make the design pop as you can see in this photo of Charlotte in the snow.

Charlotte part 2

We again had snow over the weekend. I have completely had it with winter and am seriously longing for spring. I treated myself to a small bunch of tulips, nothing says spring to me like tulips, even if it is only inside my house. Now if we could just convince the weather outside that it’s time to change….

tulip

I have now shown you the first two parts of Charlotte. Next week, the third and final part.

With love,

Esther

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Charlotte part 1 – Video Tutorial

Here is the first part in a short three-part series in which I will be releasing video tutorials for Charlotte, designed by Dedri Uys. The yarn that I am using is Secret Garden by Scheepjes in solid and variegated shades.

Charlotte part 1

Resources

Video tutorial

In this first part of Charlotte I show you how to make the center square with its fabulous flower. The flower is thick and slightly raised above the square which gives it a very luxurious look and feel.


scheepjes secret garden

Colorway

The colors that I am using are Herb Garden, Wisteria Arch, Bird Bath and Wishing Well, all available from Wool Warehouse, Deramores or your Scheepjes stockist with a 4mm hook.

Round  Color Number  Color Name
1-2 735 Wishing Well
3-4 733 Wisteria Arch
5 736 Bird Bath
6-7 733 Wisteria Arch
8 736 Bird Bath
9 733 Wisteria Arch
10 736 Bird Bath
11 733 Wisteria Arch
12-15 736 Bird Bath
16-17 733 Wisteria Arch
18 735 Wishing Well

charlotte part 1

That’s it for the moment, next week I will share the video for Charlotte part 2 with you.

With love,

Esther

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Winners 20.000 members give away

There is no other way of putting this, I am BLOWN AWAY by all your comments on my give away, 1250 comments on both my Blog and YouTube channel to be exact. So many kind words and heart felted congratulations. Thank you all so much.

So what was my give away all about? A quick reminder. I am celebrating 20.000 members on my YouTube channel by giving away two sets of Tulip Etimo Rose hooksets, made possible by Scheepjes. The hook set consists of a case with room for all 10 included hooks; sizes in the set are 2.0mm, 2.2mm, 2.5mm, 3.0mm, 3.5mm, 4.0mm, 4.5mm, 5.0mm, 5.5mm, and 6.0mm. Additionally to the hooks there are also two yarn needles and a small yarn scissor. Tulip Etimo Rose hooks are available from Wool Warehouse and Bol.com (NL).

Tulip Etimo Rose hooks

You are all wanting to know who won, right? Without any further ado, the Tulip Etimo Rose sets are won by

Ingrid “Barra02”. You replied on my blog
Marjolein vb. You replied on my YouTube channel

Could both of you please pop me a message through my blog or Facebook so that I can get your details to send your hooks over to you? I hope you enjoy these lovely hooks.

I want to thank everyone who entered and left a comment. You make all the hard work worth wile.

With love,

Esther

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Announcement: Charlotte Video Tutorials

There are few patterns that take my breath away, but Charlotte by Dedri Uys is one of them. It makes me super proud to announce to you that I will be making video tutorials for Charlotte. I’m already working hard on them!

Resources

The yarn that I am using for my Charlotte is Scheepjes Secret Garden. This is a luxury yarn containing silk, cotton and polyester. Until recently this yarn was only available as a variegated yarn, but now it is also available in solid shades. I will be combining solid and variegated shades in my Charlotte.

secret garden yarn for Charlotte

The colors that I am using are Herb Garden, Wisteria Arch, Bird Bath and Wishing Well. Don’t those names sound just dreamy? There are more dreamy names in the Secret Garden collection, all available from Wool Warehouse, Deramores or your Scheepjes stockist.

secret garden solid shades

Over the next 3 weeks I will be releasing the individual parts to make Charlotte. Each week I will show you in detail how to make part 1, 2 or 3. Hope to see you next week for part 1.

With love,

Esther

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