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Spotted on Ravelry – 05


As many of you already know ‘Spotted On Ravelry‘ was a popular feature in our skacel Magalog for 5 years. Now that we’ve retired our Magalog, we can continue this on-going segment here on our Blog and with more frequency than twice a year!

 “Fall Into Color!”

1. Ripple As You Go by Amanda ‘Mandobug’ Mannas

“Have you ever been intimidated to “join as you go”? There’s no fear here! Featured as skacel’s August Crochet Along Together project, you will learn how to join motifs “as you go” for a seamless finish! This bright and fun wrap has a lacy ripple body that is also connected “as you go.” It’s a thrill to watch the colors change and the various stitches keeps things interesting.”

Featured Yarn:

Zauberball Starke 6 by Schoppel

This pattern is currently available as a free download.

 

2. Spice Market Socks by Amy Loberg

“The “Spice Market” Socks pay homage to the vibrant colors seen in traditional marketplaces across India, the Middle East, and North Africa. The inspiration for these socks comes from the gorgeous bins and baskets of the colorful spices seen here, and entrelac seemed like the perfect fit to mimic their shape and structure. Worked from the toe up, the top of the foot and leg are worked in entrelac while the foot remains in stockinette stitch.”
Featured Yarn:

Zauberball® by Schoppel

This pattern is available for $5.00 USDbuy it now

 

3. End of Summer Scarf by Vickie Howell

“Celebrate the end of summer with this sweet scarf! Once the crochet fun is done, there’s an added element of shibori-inspired circles made using our circular tape measure as a guide.”

Featured Yarn:

Zauberball® Cotton by Schoppel

This pattern is currently available as a free download.

 

4. Carlie’s Fingerless Mitts by Diane L. Augustin

“Celebrate the end of summer with this sweet scarf! Once the crochet fun is done, there’s an added element of shibori-inspired circles made using our circular tape measure as a guide.”

Featured Yarn:

HiKoo® Sueño

This pattern is available on Ravelry.

 

5. One for the Books by Martina Behm

“Celebrate the end of summer with this sweet scarf! Once the crochet fun is done, there’s an added element of shibori-inspired circles made using our circular tape measure as a guide.”

Featured Yarn:

Zauberball® Crazy by Schoppel

This pattern is currently available as a free download.

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To see all of the patterns featured in this article, click here!
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