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I have been working furiously to bring you Plaid Week 2017! I hope you enjoy it as much as last year. This year’s pattern are for the home and for you, and will have more sizes than last year (the ones that have sizes). I also branched out and used a couple different color schemes.
Let’s dive in with the details!
I spent a lot of time deciding which patterns would be most loved by all. I took your requests to heart and made most of them. There are a few that I think will be Fall 2017 favorites, but sometimes you surprise me with what you love, so we will see which designs are the most popular.
Here’s the lowdown:
This year will be more casual that last year. Last year was more like a crochet-along with specific tools and yarns listed beforehand. This year, since it’s quite a bit before Christmas, will be a bit more laid-back. Also, I am still working on a few last-minute extras, and I don’t have all the details nailed down for a comprehensive materials list. But, I do have some yarns you can get if you feel so inclined. I also have sponsors this year, so PLEASE take a second and thank them for making Plaid Week 2017 possible! Hopefully we can make this a yearly tradition on Whistle and Ivy!
Here is an idea of what you will need to compete all the projects:
– (Medium #4 Weight) 1 Ball each of Red Heart with Love in Mango, Tigerlilly, Aran, Taupe and Pewter
– (Medium #4 Weight) 1 Ball each of Lion Brand Wool-Ease in Ranch Red, Cranberry, and Black
– (Medium #4 Weight)3 Balls each of Red Heart Soft in Wine, Really Red and Black
– (Bulky #6 Weight) Bernat Softee Chunky in Berry Red, Wine and Black
– (Medium #4 Weight) 1 Ball each of Red Heart Soft in Wine, Dark Leaf and Chocolate +1 Ball of Fur Yarn
-(Bulky #5 Weight) 3 balls each of Knit Picks Brava Bulky in Wine, Red and Black (2 project use this yarn)
Each of the patterns will be a separate post with all the yarn, hook and gauge information, just like my regular pattern posts!
Here are all the patterns!
Here are the patterns from Plaid Week 2016:
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