Vircle Shawl released exclusively at sew knit craft Cambridge

I’ve been on holiday, soaking up done of this beautiful weather and enjoying family time so this post is a little late.

I’m so happy to announce that Vircle Shawl has been released. Vircle shawl is a crocheted circular shawl which can be written folded for extra warmth or as a full circle for full dramatic effect. Either way it’s a simple pattern, suitable for beginners that produces a really wearable accessory. It’s great fun to make so you might find you can’t stop at one😉

You can get the pattern, along with your yarn at sew knit craft on kings Street in Cambridge.

The pattern will come out on Ravelry in good time, but for now the only way to get it is in the shop 😉

Happy hooking 💕

Pi Day: Vircle Shawl – testers wanted

Hello and happy Pi Day! Today is the 3/14 (in the US) which makes it Pi Day and the perfect day to show my circular crochet shawl Vircle Shawl. I’m looking for testers for this shawl over on The Testing Pool on Ravelry.

Vircle Shawl is a beginner friendly shawl that uses 700m of cotton worsted weight yarn. Check out the testing thread for all the details. As it’s a beginner friendly pattern I’m especially happy to work with new testers, so if you haven’t had the courage to dive into the testing pool before now come on in!

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On the cover of Your Crochet and Knitting!

Your Crochet and Knitting issue 4 has hit the shops and I was so thrilled to see my copy because not only does it feature my twinkle decorations & wrap but my wrap is on the front cover! And the back cover, and even on the editorial page! Wow.

I’m actually pretty bad at celebrating my successes and I’m sure some of you are the same but I’ve decided to really enjoy this moment which is after all the culmination of a lot of hard work.

What successes have you had this week (big or small) – don’t be afraid to shout about them in the comments 😉

Anna’s chunky crochet hat

Hello, I’ve released a new crochet pattern.

Anna’s chunky crochet hat is special to me as I made loads of then last winter while I was on bed rest. It was definitely a case of crafting to stay sane. I gifted most of them as Christmas presents and they were a big hit! This winter I was asked to make a couple more for new arrivals.

The pattern is available in five sizes from newborn to large adult and comes in US and UK versions so you can use whichever terminology you are most comfortable with. There are plenty of beginner friendly photo tutorials.

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Test crocheters wanted

96760D1E-5FFA-41F8-9E37-3A763343D852.jpegHello, I’m currently looking for testers for a quick chunky crochet hat. It’s a simple striped hat and is intended to teach simple coloured striping. There are plenty of photo tutorials as well as full written instructions so if you’ve been scared to introduce multiple colours in your crochet this is the pattern for you. It’s also a handy pattern if you’ve just realised that Christmas is fast approaching and you still have a long list of gifts to make as it works up really quicky. I’ve written the pattern for all sizes from baby to large adult.

If you are interested then please sign up to test on ravelry. If you’re not already on ravelry you can create a free account. Click here for the test thread. Thank you!