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Live Life – Love Life Crochet Pattern Release

This pattern has been under way for quite some time. It could be argued that I have been procrastinating over it, although that wouldn’t be me to do that at all…

Live Life Love Life Bag By Irene Lundgaard advert

I actually really enjoy working this pattern and have another sample ready for photography once the light and the weather is more co-operative. You can read more about the making of the pattern and the bag here!

The pattern is available in UK as well as US terminology and it is also available in Danish.

I love the material of the bag and not least the sentiment of the writing on the bag. I hope you will enjoy this bag as much as I do too!

DETAILS:
Size:
Approx 30cm x 30cm / 12in x 12in.
Materials:
100g / 4oz Kauni Effect Yarn EQ;
1 x 50g / 2oz Einband Lopi 9028 – A or single colour Kauni;
1 x 50g / 2oz Einband Lopi 1770 – B or single colour Kauni.
Approx 60cm / 24in length of rope (approx 3-4mm / 1/8 in diameter);
2 D-shaped cane handles;
Approx 100cm / 40in of leather strap in contrast colour for tying on handle.
Hooks & Notions:
2.5 mm crochet hook, tapestry needle.
Tension: Approx 26 sts x 26 rows to 10 cm / 4 in.
Special skills:
This bag is worked in tapestry crochet. The design pattern is worked from a chart only, all other instructions are written. I would classify the level of difficulty as intermediate.

€ 3.50


The pattern will be sent to you by E-mail as a PDF-file ready to print with both UK and US terminology or in Danish if that is your chosen language. It will be sent to you within 24 hours of your purchase.

The pattern is also available in my Ravelry shop and can be found here: buy now

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Seriously Hooked

This week I have been at The Yarn Room every day while the main event was happening at the RDS at the ‘Itch and Scratch Show’.

Everybody seems to have had a blast up there while I have had a few moments to myself. There is just nothing like a Wall of Wool and time to oneself to get the creative juices flowing.

IMG_7125smallCrochet Roundel Lopi Scarf © Irene Lundgaard

I grabbed a rather large hook and some Lopi. I fancied the Ploutolopi and the Einband together. I fancied red and I fancied black as is the vogue this autumn and winter.

When I was a child my mother knit yummi Icelandic sweaters for me in the Ploutolopi and I still remember the total heat and super soft feel of those sweaters. I fancied I could have a bit of my childhood back and set to work. I was always blown away by the unspun yarn and how soft it is too.

I thought a size 10 mm was a large hook but this morning when I arrived I found a very serious hook on the table. My large hook all of a sudden seemed like a little squirt of a hook!

I know when things are left on that table it means ‘challenge’ and I also know ‘somebody’ who knows that I am going to take it up. The Lopi is slowly turning into a nice funky scarf. Time will tell what the oversize hook will manage to turn something into. Man, it’s big and man, am I going to have serious fun?