A LONG time ago I started work on this wool wrap designed by Claire Boeter. This wrap was threatening to move from a WIP to a UFO, but I got to it in time. This wrap is part of a limited edition kit which is available in 12 beautiful color combinations. I have the color ‘deep ocean’.
The kit contains two skeins of Scheepjes Invica Colour, three skeins of Scheepjes Invica Extra and some extra’s. This best thing about this limited edition kit is that 2 euro of each kit sold goes to Kika, a Dutch organization fighting to prevent children’s cancer by making research possible. Cancer does not belong in the life of a child!
If you would like to know how to make this wrap, I have an instruction video available in English and Dutch, off course 😀
I will be truthful, this wrap is a lot of work. There are like a million ends to work in!
But just look at how lovely it looks!
Even though I love this wrap, I have too many things in my house. This wrap is
for sale in my Etsy store.
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I just couldn’t help it, I have started working on the wrap from the kit that I won from Scheepjeswol.
This great kit contains enough goodies to make a beautiful wrap with a luxurious yarn containing 75% wool. The wrap is designed by Claire Boeter and is made of no less than 238 flowers. That will keep me busy for a while!
Scheepjeswol gave me permission to make an instruction video. I made the video using US crochet terms, but the pattern from the kit is in UK terms. I just prefer using US terms. Here is the end result of the video. For the end result of the wrap you will have to wait a little longer, I’m still working on it 😀
Hey all you lovely people, look what I got from Scheepjes! I won this great kit on the Facebook page for the Scheepjes CAL 2014. I am so pleased with this yarn kit. The kit is available in different color schemes, I won the color kit ‘Deep Ocean’ with lovely blue and green yarn. I am going to make the crochet pattern, I don’t like knitting all that much. Too much hassle with those long needles 😉
The kit contains a pattern in English and Dutch for both the knit and crochet version, 2 skeins of Scheepjes Invica Color and 3 skeins of Scheepjes Invica Extra, a label and a pompom maker. All packaged in a cute paper bag.
The best part about this Kika yarn kit is that for every kit sold, Scheepjes donates 2 euro to Kika, an organization fighting children cancer. A great cause, because cancer and children simply don’t belong together.
I also won a copy of ‘Haken & Kleur – Feest’ by Claire Boeter and Saskia Laan. A lovely little book with lots of inspiration.
When I make the shawl I will make an instruction video to go with it. I will post this on my blog of course. It may take some time however before I get round to this project. I have promised myself that I am not allowed to start any new projects before finishing some WIPs. I don’t want any more UFOs around 😀