The Ripley Shawl is a lovely new pattern that will be the Moogly Fall Crochet Along pattern! Running through October 2019, here you can get all the details needed so you’re ready when the free Moogly Fall CAL begins!
Disclaimer: Materials provided by Yarnspirations; this post includes affiliate links.
Just One Cake Needed!
It features 3 distinct crochet stitch patterns – getting easier as you go! So you can wind down the pattern, relaxing more and more as you crochet it. You can see it “in action” on my most recent Facebook live video!
Make it Your Own!
While I’ve designed the Ripley Shawl so that it only uses one cake, you can easily make it bigger in parts two and three – so buy a second skein of It’s A Wrap Sprinkles if you like your shawls larger! As written, it’s 44” wide at top and 24” at the center point. So you can use those measurements to determine if you’d like to add a second cake!
The Ripley Shawl Moogly Fall Crochet Along Schedule:
October 9 – Ripley Shawl Part 1 Instructions
October 16 – Ripley Shawl Part 2 Instructions
October 18 – Ripley Shawl Part 2 Tutorial Video (right and left-handed)
October 23 – Ripley Shawl Part 3 Instructions
October 24 – Ripley Shawl Part 3 Tutorial Video (right and left-handed)
And here it is for pinning!
How to Join the Ripley Shawl CAL:
For this crochet along, there is no group, no need to sign up, no worries about keeping up. However, you can (and please do!) add it to your Ravelry Queue and Favorites here! Feel free to make this pattern at your own pace – any time, any year! As you can see on the schedule above, there will be videos for each section as well – and those will stay up indefinitely too. I hope you enjoy the Ripley Shawl free crochet pattern!
More CALs Please?!
If you haven’t already heard about the yearly MooglyCAL, which features 24 designers in a year-long project, click here to check it out! It’s been running since 2014 – and it’s always a fun time!
Thanks so much for crocheting along with me! You can follow Moogly on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr, and don’t forget to sign up for the free newsletter at the top of the page! Thank you to Red Heart and Furls for providing the materials for this crochet along.