Crochet vlog episode 18 - show notes

Happy Easter time! Although it is Easter I have not any Easter related projects to show you. But I hope you still enjoy this episode. 


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My spring shawl is finished! This is a Foxtrot Shawl by @rocketgirlcrochet
Pattern can be found from Ravelry, click here.
The yarn is Drops Muskat and hook is  5 mm. 



I got teribble urge to make an amigurumi. I chose Marcia the Alpaca from the awesome book Animal Friends of Pica Pau. I just looooove this alpaca! I made it with Drops Muskat and hook was 3 mm. The pompoms are made with acrylic yarns. I made the fox and bear earlier this year, more info about those in the episode 15, click here.




Small and quick project for this week was this rainbow decoration. Pattern by Sandra, it is a free download in Ravelry.  I used Drops Muskat for this and the hook was 3,5 mm.  
I hanged it to our kitchen cupboard. 




Then I have finished two squares to the Traveling Afghan blanket project. If you want to know more about this project, go and see the last episode. Also in that episode I am telling about the first two squares.  For the project I am using local yarn, Novita, 7 brothers. 

Square nr 3. is designed by Wilma Westenberg.   Here is a link to the pattern.
I really liked this design and I think it works very well with two colors! 





The 4th square is by Lindsey from Lottie and Albert - blog.  Here is a link to the pattern.
This was fun square. It uses also front and back post stitches as the first square but in different order. 


Really loving these squares!

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Then to my WIP´s! 

I am still working with the summer cardi. This is Sandbar Cardi,  pattern is by TL Yarn Crafts, click here.  My yarn is Drops Muskat and I am using hook 6 mm. Go and hear about the obstacles of this project from the episode!



I started to make the first mandala of the year! This will be Namaste mandala by Cypress Textiles. 
I am using the left over yarns from my Dahlia blanket, Stylecraft Special DK and the hook is 3,5 mm.
Just wondering do I have enough yarns for the last round...?



Well that was all for this episode. 
I hope you enjoyed it, and see you again soon! Stay safe!

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