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New Crochet Project

I have been working on this crochet project for quite a while now! I will not share many details for the time being; the only thing I can say is that I am really excited about it! :)

I loved everything about this design! From the yarn, to the stitches used and of course the little scallop edging detail I added! For those of you asking, the yarn is Drops Alpaca Mix in dark olive! The yarn itself is really soft and easy to work with! I am definitely going to share more pictures and more details about this pattern really soon!:)

On a different note,  my good blog friend Lise from Treliz, has launched her own campaign on Indiegogo to raise funds in order to grow her yarn business! She offers some amazing rewards, including amazing hand dyed skeins of yarns, like the 3 Musketeers bundle, I used to make my ripple clutch bag! You are more than welcome to pop by and why not support her!

What have you been working on? I would love to see photos!
Wishing you a happy Thursday!

5 comments

  1. Hi Tanya, your new project is looking lovely! I can see that you been working hard on it! :) The stitch looks interesting and the yarn, too. Could it be that you are making a shawl?
    In any case, happy crocheting, looking forward to seeing it when it is finished!
    Ingrid xx
    http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be

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  2. love this shade of green !!!!
    ….. how many cups of coffee did you drink with this stunning pattern???? ;oD
    xxxxxx ale

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  3. That is gorgeous! I look forward to learning more about it. I just finished a pair of fingerless mitts. Tomorrow to take pics and list with the pattern!

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  4. Is this what you're wearing in your profile pic? Can't wait for the reveal!

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  5. almost two years (!) later I 'found' your blog again ....
    and I was wondering if there's a pattern for this lovely green shawl,somehow it stayed in my mind and I would love to make it1

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