Happy Clappy Crochet

Celebrating Crochet with a Positive Spin

First CAL – Lily Blanket

on January 2, 2012

The very first crochet-a-long (or CAL) that the Happy Clappy Crochet group is doing is the LILY Crocheted Blanket, designed by Amanda Perkins.    If you are a member of Ravelry, you can get a Free PDF download of the pattern here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lily-crochet-blanket-afghan.

Some details about the CAL…

Start Date   January 15, 2012
Finish Date  April 15, 2012

Three tiers for prizes
1) Blanket
2) Large Accessory
3) Small Accessory

Plus, everyone who finishes will be eligible for a Grand Prize. Winners will be chosen by random number generator.

To be eligible for prizes:
1) Crocheters need to post their start information with links to a project page (and photo if possible). Starting information includes start date, yarn being used, and hook size.

2) Everyone with a Finished Object (FO) post (with picture if available) by April 15, 2012 will be entered into the prize drawing according to category tier. Post must include the following: start date, finish date, yarn used, hook size, and any modifications you made to the pattern.  Post must include a link to your project page!

Good Luck to everyone!


You can participate with the CAL here: http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/happy-clappy-crochet/topics/1967336

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