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semicircular crochet shawl

Art, folklore, and crochet! The olive tree stars in poems, paintings, folk songs, sayings… and inspires our new Olivera Shawl CAL. A romantic semicircular crochet shawl designed by @bykaterinadesigns exclusively for our international Crochet-Along Katia Facebook group. A wealth of authentic crochet “The field of olive trees opens and closes like a fan” says a poem by Federico García Lorca. And, like a fan combining simple stitches, the Olivera Shawl…

tapestry crochet potholders

Hi, I’m Raffaella from raffamusadesigns.com. If I had to describe myself in just two words, I’d say I’m a crafty scientist! When I’m not running experiments at the lab, I’m sitting on the sofa playing with yarn and handicrafts. Most of the time, my hands are full of crochet projects, some knitting attempts, occasional sewing, and a lot of cooking! Crochet potholders are definitely one of my greatest obsessions. I…

triangular shawl with sequins

If you want to learn how to knit an extremely special and original shawl, today is your lucky day! Because Alice @brezelbutter shares step-by-step instructions on how to knit the Cozy Protector shawl. Without a doubt, this triangular shawl with sequins and cables is a magical and inspiring design. A protective shield created by Alice “to lift everyone’s spirits, especially during tough times like these, to not lose hope and be…

Manipura Shawl

Hello! I am Vanessa @Desteje, yoga teacher and crochet addict. I love designing crochet patterns, focusing on them from a therapeutic point of view. Crochet has a lot of benefits that help us enhance our self esteem and creativity. It also strengthens social ties, stimulates communication and creates a lot of satisfaction. However, above all, it reduces stress and anxiety. I bring my knowledge to my crochet classes to create…

How to knit a half moon shawl

Hello! My name is Marianela Galo, and I am knitwear designer. Ever since adolescence knitting has been my daily moment of rest, creativity and meditation. Like all the women in my family, I always have some kind of project on the go that fills me with enthusiasm. Over time, I have become a professional designer. Furthermore, I’m happy with what I do! The majority of my designs are inspired by…

picot edge shawl

Hi! My name is Linda Modderman and together with my husband and our four children we live in the Netherlands. The creativity runs through my genes. Both my grandmothers were always knitting and crocheting and taught be the basics as a kid. For a long time I didn’t knit or crochet. When I was pregnant of our third child, I made my first baby hat. I haven’t stopped since then!…

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