I’ve spent the last months only thinking about the latest issue of YARN, but now that it’s released and my designs are out there in the world, I can breathe again. Not that I was in anyway involved in putting the issue together, but I have been anxious and excited and on tenterhooks waiting!
But, time waits for no woman, and now it’s on to the next. I’m revisiting my old friend Scheepjes Catona for a spring project.
As I write this, the tulips in my garden are on the wane and the irises and peonies are about to explode. It’s my favourite time of year in the Netherlands; the glory of the bulbs, the green of the grass and the blue of the sky (except today!). It fills me with inspiration and hope for the summer.
So I have a lovely little project in the works, which will be great when we start living our lives outside in the garden again, I can’t wait to show you more!
Stay tuned for progress pics next week, I’m hoping the sun will shine until then!
I think you’re going to love this one, it’s using another brand new yarn from Scheepjes.
The yarn is called Wanderlust and it comes in 19 shades, all named for some of the coolest places on earth. However, there are no Australian places mentioned, so…..
I’m using Hirosaki for this project, and it absolutely evokes the cherry blossoms of early spring, what do you think?
The yarn is 100% acrylic and is single spun, so it has a lovely silky shiny softness about it. I’m using a 5mm hook and it’s crocheting up very quickly, with minimal snagging and splitting. It’s a 100g ball, with 232 metres of yarn. And at around 4.75 euro a ball, it’s very budget friendly!
This is most definitely my favourite colourway, with Bangkok being a close second. I love the colour changes, let’s have a peek inside the ball
Next week I’ll have more pictures of my work in progress, and you can start stalking your favourite retailers as of the 26th, when it will be available to buy from places like Wool Warehouse* globally and Scheepjes retailers in the Benelux.