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      Crochet Patterns for the 2021 Winter Comfort Box

      You can redeem your voucher for up to $7.00 off a pattern in store or email untangledpurls@gmail.com with your choice.  If you email us, we will send you your pattern within one business day.

      Choose from the list below or choose your own.  If you choose your own it must be for sale on Ravelry and available to "buy in store."  If it is not, we ask that you choose another pattern. 

      You can click the links below to find more details about each pattern.

      Details of yarn included in your 2021 Winter Comfort Box: 

      Three (3) Skeins 29 Bridges Studio Sport Weight Yarn, 100% Superwash Merino| 3-ply Sport Weight | approx. 325 yards / 100 g skein | 5-6 Stitches Per Inch US 3-6

      Not Rated on Ravelry

      • “Fuchsia Fichu” by Mariana Muller: Skill Level according to designer is "adventurous beginner".  A fun, quick make with easy stitches but loads of character. The initial kite shape is turned into a triangle with an added panel. The pattern offers easy to follow instructions with a chart to keep track of your rows and stitch count.
      • “Mabon Shrawl” by Catrina MacKenzie: This Tunisian crochet garment combines the shapes of a shawl and a shrug to drape front or back while holding in place without a shawl pin. The garment is worked in Tunisian crochet in the round with embedded straight Tunisian short rows.

      Rated “Easy” on Ravelry

      • “Lake Shore Shawl” by Rachy Newin: This is a beginner-friendly pattern, using just sc and dc, and has a super easy repeat for mindless crafting.
      • “Bronwyn Shawl” by Toni Lipsey: Explore a range of crochet techniques when you try the Bronwyn Shawl. Start with simple stitches, graduate to colorwork and mesh, dive into a sea of texture, and finish your journey with one of two border options. Are you ready for the adventure?!  There are three color versions of this shawl shown.
      • "Juniper Cowl" By Toni Lipsey: created for fingering weight mini-skeins, the 29 Bridges sport weight has the yardage and fantastic colors.  Techniques used in this pattern: Working in the round; Changing colors; Basic increasing; & Crab stitch border. 
      • "Lighthouse Wrap" by Rachy Newin: The Lighthouse Wrap is ideal for an adventurous beginner or intermediate crocheter. It’s easily adjustable and the pattern includes notes for making it longer or shorter, swapping the number of contrast colors, and customizing the layout of the lace rows.  This pattern is written for fingering, and calls for more yardage than the 29 Bridges sport weight has, but with customizing instructions included we think this is a good match.

      Rated “Intermediate” on Ravelry

      • "Loveland Shawl" by Toni Lipsey: Have you been hesitant to try Tunisian crochet? Give the Loveland Shawl a try as your first project!  This pattern includes a full tutorial video that reviews the tools and supplies you need, and takes you through each step of making this shawl.  PDF of pattern include pattern for DK and Fingering weight shawls.  Some modifications to size and hook may be needed for our Sport weight yarn.
      • "Through the Clouds" Shawl by Rachy Newin: Simple stitching and clever striping combine to make a totally unique accessory with the Through the Clouds Shawl. The pattern uses just sc and ch, but combines them in unusual ways to make an eye-catching shawl that’s a delight to work up and to wear.  Written for fingering, the 29 Bridges sport weight yarn has the yardage.  May need to modify hook size.