I know that many of you always love the stitch diagrams when we are working on a Crochet-Along together. Of course, I’m going to provide one for you this time too! I hope it really helps all my visual learners too! If you struggle reading written patterns but love diagrams, I think this pattern is the perfect one for you to put together and study them at the same time.
Let me give you a recap of the yarn if this is the first time you’ve seen it.
The yarn is a new addition to the Loops and Thread brand and is called Colorwheel. There are 54 colors in the line, and I can tell you by the ones they sent me….you are gonna love it! There are so many shades that compliment one another, you could spend hours trying to figure out a color scheme for your project. You’ll even get 12 variations of the color blue! At this time it is only available in the stores but is expected to be available on line very soon! I’ll be sure to come back and let you know as soon as it is available on line for sure!
Here are the specifications:
- The yarn is a (#4) worsted weight yarn
- 90 yards/1.75 oz/50 grams
- Machine wash/tumble dry low
- 100% anti-pilling
The yarn is super soft and would be what I would describe as a full #4 weight yarn. I know some worsted weight can feel lighter but this yarn is a true worsted weight.
The Colorwheel yarn was released in over 800 stores throughout the U.S. and Canada. If you want to know whether the yarn is in your local stores, Michael’s has a store finder on their page. You can easily find the store closest to you and give them a call to see if they have it!
If you aren’t a member of the ELK Studio Crocheter’s FB group…whatcha waiting on? We have all skill levels in there, so you can get your questions answered by a very supportive group of people! We actually call ourselves the ELKies!
- Loops and Threads Colorwheel, #4 Worsted Weight Yarn, 100% Anti-pilling Acrylic, 90 yards/50g, Colorways: White (2 skeins), Light Lilac (2 skeins), Lavendar (3 skeins), Purple (3 skeins)
- Hook Size: J/6.00
- Tapestry Needle for Weaving in the ends.
Gauge: 12 dc and 8 rows = 4″
Pattern Notes: Ch 3 is considered the first dc in the row.
V-Stitch (V-st): (dc, ch 1, dc)
Shell: (dc, ch 1, dc, ch 1, dc)
March 27th/Week 1 – Supply List and Schedule
April 10th/Week 2 – Rows 1-10
April 11/Week 2 – Stitch Diagram Rows 1-10 (Current)
April 17th/Week 3 – Rows 11-20
April 24th/Week 4 – Rows 21-30
Please Note that schedule is subject to change as needed.
All Southern Trails Crochet-Along Information can be found on the MAIN Page.
Rows 1-10 – Use White
Stay tuned for Week 3 coming out next Monday!