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Yarn Crawl


Welcome to the Slow Yarn Crawl 2021 at A Little Knitty!!



Scroll ALLLL the way to the bottom to see our Slow Yarn Crawl merchandise and yarns that we used for our patterns!

In this section of our store you will find information about our patterns and Slow Crawl Specific merchandise (Scroll ALLLL the way to the bottom to see our Slow Yarn Crawl merchandise and yarns that we used for our patterns!) If you have ANY questions, please let us know by calling 206-659-5987 or emailing info@alittleknitty.com

If you are crawling virtually, please make a note of SLOW YARN CRAWL at checkout so that we can send you the stamp and patterns with your order!! If you are crawling in person, we will give you that information at the front desk!


Linda Shawl




This shawl is named after my Aunt Linda. She has always inspired me to have a love for yarn and something about designing this shawl reminded me of her! My happy place is using beautiful yarn and keeping my hands busy…getting lost in the rhythm of my needles. The pattern is easy to use with multiple colors too, if you have fingering weight yarn laying around! Bind off with a pop of color for a dramatic look!

Difficulty Level:

Size: 60 x 90 x 40 inches (triangle)

Yarn: Two 100g/420 yards Single Ply Fingering Weight Skeins of Yarn
We used Malabrigo Mechita in Paris Night and Piano
OR ANY two skeins of fingering weight yarn!!!

Needle: US6/4mm Knitting Needles – 32” cord

Gauge:20 stitches x 40 rows in a 4” x 4” square in garter stitch after wet blocking and a slight stretch


Can be found on Ravelry HERE

Quintessential Crossbody Bag



This super simple bag is worked using Tapestry crochet colorwork. It is constructed continuously in the round so you won’t have an obvious seam region.

The bag is made as one long tube, then folded to form a flap. The button closure is optional.

This bag can transition from a cross-body bag with a long strap, or you can tie a knot in the strap to use it as a regular handbag (or make a shorter strap to keep it as a regular handbag - the choice is yours!)

In my example, color A is mustard, color B is white, and color C is gray.

For all sc’s on main bag, work over the two strands of yarn for the colors you are not currently using. Color changes always happen at the last step of the stitch before the new color. So for a switch from color A to color B, the stitch before color B would look like this - with A, insert hook in stitch, yo and pull up a loop, switch to color B and pull both through both loops on hook.

When you change color, check the tension of your yarn strands to make sure there is not too much slack as you start with a new color.
Difficulty Level:

Size: Final measurements for the bag are approximately 8” wide and 12” long (before folding for flap)

Yarn: 3 balls Concept by Katia Ultrasoft (50g/207y) - I used colors 56, 58, and 60

Hook: Size H (5.0mm)

Gauge: Gauge is worked in pattern (sc in the round working over the other two colors):

Notions: 1 button (1.5”) or toggle

Can be found on Ravelry HERE





 
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Locally Made Sloth Project Bag by Jo

$25.00

Slow Yarn Crawl Passport 2021

$10.00

I slow crawled to ALK Stitch Marker

$4.00

Locally Made Snail Project Bag by Jo

$25.00

Snail Tape Measure

$3.00

Malabrigo Mechita

$20.00

Stardust Fiber Studio Single Ply

$23.50

Ultrasoft by Katia

$11.00

Ginger Crochet Hook

$7.00 - $10.00

 
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