Wednesday, 27 November 2019

BAWJ2019 - Weeks 31-35!

Hi everyone!

Back again, as promised, with Squares 31 to 35 of the BAWJ2019! 


Have you seen our 2019 Advent Meditation CAL? It starts on 1 December 2019, and the first episode is already recorded, tested and waiting for you!

If you want to join in on BAWJ2019 and see the squares we've been working over the year, check out Julie's Facebookgroupblog and Ravelry Board for more information.


WEEK 31 - OCTOBER LOVE by AURORA SUOMINEN


Pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/october-love


Yarn colours: Sage, Rose, Copper 



Oh, it was so nice to have a relatively simple pattern this week! The clean lines made it the perfect opportunity to show off the Stylecraft Batik Elements in the centre section. 





WEEK 32 - RINSKE SQUARE by SUSAN CARLSON

Pattern: https://feltedbutton.com/blogs/new-felted-button-blog/free-crochet-pattern-rinske-square


Yarn colours: Olive (no longer available), Plum and Coral



I enjoyed playing with the colours on this incredible textured square. It uses a lot of yarn, with rows layered over one another! Felted Button writes beautifully clear patterns that are easy to follow. 


Look at all that texture!

WEEK 33 - FLORA & FAUNA by SANDRA ENG

Pattern: https://mobiusgirldesign.com/flora-fauna-free-crochet-block-pattern/


Yarn colours: Gold, Raspberry, Mint, Silver



I'm not sure where the fauna are in this square, but I do love it! It worked up pretty square, and the textures are lovely. 



These rich colours in the Stylecraft Batik made the design sing, in my opinion :) 




WEEK 34 - AMAYA by MELISSA GREEN

Pattern: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/amaya-3


Yarn colours: Lupin, Cream



As advertised, this square worked up quickly and easily. I followed the colour change directions in the pattern, and it came out quite nicely! 




WEEK 35 - ARBORETUM SQUARE by SONYA BLACKSTONE


Pattern: https://blackstone-designs.com/arboretum-square/


Yarn colours: Mint, Plum, Heather



Hoo boy. No amount of blocking is going for make this look straight. I don't know how Julie did it in her test version!



The techniques were interesting to learn, and the design is fascinating but I think I'd need to change directions each row to get it to any semblance of straight. Overall it is square though!

PHEW. Next instalment: Squares 36-40! 

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