So make this dream of a shawl from Greta, you will of course need the yarn. This yarn is so squishy and delicious! It’s called Rico Creative Wool Dégradé and the colour is Fuchsia. It’s so lovely isn’t it? There’s also a little tube of tiny pearlescent pinky-gold beads – we just love these!
We have a 4mm, bamboo-handled hook for you to use. We’ve had lots of nice feedback about these and are pleased to hear you like them!
Of course, we have a bodkin kept safe in the little felt ball but this time, we also have a beading needle to help you add the twinkly beads to the shawl!
You’ve got 2 pretty little stitch markers from Emma and Yarnistry. There are some AMAZING treasures on Emma’s website so it’s well worth a visit! www.yarnistryshop.com
We have a few little treats for you this month: firstly, some felt hearts for you to decorate. These are from www.joestoes.co.uk You’ll see from our photo what became of ours but yours can be whatever you like! Please tag us in on your photos on Facebook and Instagram using #littleboxofcrochet so we can see what you’ve made!
Secondly, still with a heart theme, a little gel handwarmer. These are made by our friend Morgan at Nunet – he also makes the boxes themselves and has been with us from day one! These little handwarmers are perfect to pop in a pocket when you’re on a walk or shopping or waiting for the bus! They should have their instructions printed on them but just in case, we’ve inlcuded a little note of how they work, later in the booklet.
We are delighted to include a beautiful elephant postcard and notebook, designed for us by Nic Allen. Nic’s work is gorgeous, do go and see at https://www.nicallan.co.uk/ You can never have too much yarn or stationery. Remember that…
We’ve made some exclusive-to-our-subscribers videos to help you make this project – you should have received the private link on your tracking email but do get in touch if you haven’t got that.
Last but not least, this lovely booklet was designed and photographed for us by the very talented Kayti Peschke. You can find more of Kayti’s work here: www.kaytipeschke.com
So, that’s what you’ve got to play with this time – we hope you’ll have a lot of fun and find some time to relax and dream as you make this beautiful shawl.