CAL Week 5- Break Week

My stack of blocks for the Tunisian Crochet Throw-- My Workbasket

You guys, we are pretty much at the halfway point on our throws!! I’d love to know how yours is looking and even see pictures! We are at CAL Week 5!

This week I’m not going to introduce a new stitch. Instead, I encourage you to catch up if you are behind, make extra squares if you want a larger throw, or remake any squares that may have issues.

I’ll be taking this week to make sure that my squares are all pretty much the same size. If any of yours are drastically larger or smaller than the others I would take this week to remake them. We’ll be finishing our throw in November and you know how busy that time can be. So let’s take this time to make sure everything is going smoothly.

If you are having any problems with your patterns or squares then please don’t hesitate to contact me! I’ll gladly help you any way I can!!

Here are my squares so far:

My stack of blocks for the Tunisian Crochet Throw-- My Workbasket

Hopefully, you can tell that some are a bit curly, so don’t feel like a disaster if yours are as well. It’ll all work out in the end! You can also see my throw in progress on Ravelry.

I’d love to hear your plans for you throw! Is it for you? For a gift? Is it everything you thought it would be?

I’d also love to know if you’re enjoying the CAL! Should I start another one (or maybe a KAL) when this is over?

Take this week to breathe, to catch up, to mellow out, and we’ll be continuing with a new stitch next week! In the meantime, I’ll be releasing a hat pattern using Tunisian Crochet! So if you are all caught up with no problems then you can use this time to whip up a cozy winter hat! Be sure to check back or subscribe so that you’ll know when it’s released.

2 thoughts on “CAL Week 5- Break Week

  1. I have one more block of the knit stitch to complete and then I still have to catch up on last week’s block. Mostly the problem has been not enough time to sit down and work uninterrupted! I have found I can usually churn out a block an evening while watching tv. I love projects that have natural stop and start points! I feel like I can easily sit right down and start back up without needing a chunk of time to re-orient myself.

    1. Me to! I’m far more likely to complete an afghan with squares or motifs then I am an all in one style. These little squares are a perfect break project too when I’ve been working on other patterns and need a break!

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