Scheepjes’ exciting new 2020 CAL is both a crochet-a-long and read-a-long! The wonderful Blanket d’Histoire Naturelle is designed by Scheepjes blogger Christina Hadderingh and runs from 23 September to 9 December. It’s inspired by the mesmerising Museum of Natural History in Paris, and the vivid descriptions of the museum in Anthony Doerr’s best-selling novel, All The Light We Cannot See.
Crochet your way through the museum’s garden of luscious herbs and enormous hedges, and cabinets filled with butterflies and bees, drawings of plants and flowers, dazzling gems and crystals, ancient fossils, and a procession of animals.
Choose from two yarn types and four colourways inspired by the magical colours and textures of four museum departments – Herbarium, Mineralogy, Conchology and Entomology. The kits are available now from £33.99.
Why not read the book too? Scheepjes and Christina are hosting weekly Book Club Sunday meet-ups via the Offi cial Scheepjes Facebook Groups and sharing video interviews with the author himself.
Get the pattern as free downloadable PDFs from the Scheepjes website, Official Scheepjes Facebook Groups and Facebook page. Plus, find support from video and photo tutorials.
is giving away a wonderful Stone Washed and River Washed complete CAL kit worth
£109, to one lucky reader.
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