The photo tutorial for this Camping in Cornwall Rug is presented in two parts. This first part includes all the information you will need, as well as the first 14 rounds.
Part 2 of the Campin in Cornwall Mandala Rug Pattern covers Rounds 15 – 29.
The ‘Hide and Seek in the Hydrangeas’ Shawl uses just three stitches (US): Ch, hdc, and dc. It has a beaded top edge and a contrasting border.
I am delighted to show you how my Camping in Cornwall Rug turned out. I am so very happy with it! I will be sharing the pattern next week x
Enjoy a few photos of my ‘Camping in Cornwall’ Work in Progress. I am so happy with how this rug turned out! I can’t wait to show you the whole thing next week.
Crochet in the round: This is an in-depth photo tutorial that examines the different methods for working/joining in the round without turning.
These are the colours I will be using for my new pattern: Camping in Cornwall. It is a crochet mandala rug (LOVE a crochet rug) using two strands of Scheepjes Chunky Monkey and an 8mm crochet hook.
This Fancy Nancy mandala is a reminder of the fact that life is full of serendipitous encounters, wonderful people, precious moments of grace, and rainbows!
Join me as I share a glimpse inside Ana Morais Soares’ new book ‘Cosy Crochet Blankets to Snuggle Under’.
This post contains instructions for squaring a mandala with a final-round stitch count of 160 stitches. Featuring the Kinship Mandala by Rhondda Mol and Part 4 of Sophie’s Universe by yours truly x