With the launch of my new The Hook Nook Collection, my team and I wanted to do something fun to celebrate and get everyone even further involved in this celebration! *insert celebration emoji* My favorite kinds of crochet projects to make are ones that don't require too much concentration. The thing about crochet that I love the most is the opportunity to "let go" of my brain and create something textural that allows me my mind to freely wander and explore and unravel all of the goings on of life around me.
With this reminder of why I love what I do, I wanted to make something for Makers of all skill levels would be able to feel comfortable making, and would be something that wouldn't lose my attention. I designed the Turning Point Triangle Scarf for a new crochet-along (CAL) I am hosting using my new products!
Over the next weeks, I will be coming in and sharing a little idea for you to explore as you work through your own Turning Point Triangle Scarf using new The Hook Nook Yummy Tweed yarn, in all three colors! I mean, why not be able to use alllllllllll of the new color options in one project?! Boom.
In case you missed what the heck I'm talking about, you can read more about the accessories and crochet hooks in my blog post by clicking here, or you can read about all of the yarn options I came out with, including what Yummy Tweed is, by clicking here.
Alright, so before we get started on the CAL, let's all prep for this fun time by snagging all of the things and curating for creativity. Here is what you'll need to complete your very own Turning Point Triangle Scarf. Currently, you can snag all of the products online at my shop.
-165 yds (1 skein) The Hook Nook Yummy Tweed - Cookies & Cream
-130 yds (1 skein) The Hook Nook Yummy Tweed - Precious Metals
-220 yds (2 skeins) The Hook Nook Yummy Tweed - Dusty Rose
-Size K/6.5mm The Hook Nook Designer Crochet Hook
-The Hook Nook Iridescent Ends Weaver
And to make this an extra great time, I highly suggest picking up the following:
-Your favorite The Hook Nook accessory (ex. Gold Metal Hearts, Faux-Leather Project Labels, or Floral Decorative Buttons..)
-A darling journal to keep track of your progress, further explore ideas and to scribble little shapes when you feel like it
-Alllllll of the snacks - but only ones that don't make your fingers sticky!! I personally suggest a few macarons, maybe a coffee or tea, and definitely a bowl of popcorn.
Head back over here next week and we will get started on this journey! I am so excited to hang out with you guys over the next few weeks and have some fun! Woot woot! Be sure to sign up for my newsletter to stay up to date on all of the announcements, and our other news we've got coming!