This is the last week of the Vajra TCAL and this week we will complete our scarves. I can’t believe we are so close to the end already! It has been an amazing journey for me so far and thank you for joining me on it. This is my first ever CAL and I had such a great time that I am going to consider hosting some more 🙂
March 25 – March 31: Get your supplies! April 1 – April 7: Let’s en-gauge 🙂 April 8 – April 14: Part 1 (Rounds 1 – 10) April 15 – April 21: Part 2 (Rounds 11-20) April 22 – April 28: Part 3 (Rounds 21 – 30) April 29 – May 5: Part 4 (Rounds 31 – 40) May 6 – May 12: Part 5 (Rounds 41 – 50)
- May 13 – May 19: Part 6 (Last part – Rounds 51 – 62)
- May 20 – May 26: Final submissions for the grand prize and judging 🙂
This is the last week for getting the pattern at a discounted price. If you haven’t already bought it, you can find the pattern on Ravelry and Etsy. You need to use the coupon VAJRATCAL to get a 25% discount on the pattern until May 19, 2019.
Part 5 Winner!!!
I am very happy to see how all the scarves are progressing. Even though the pattern is the same but the different colors and yarn make each scarf unique. Here is the winner for this week!!
I think the colors in the background look lovely! She is one of two people who decided to make the scarf flat and I think it turned out great. Congratulations Ratna!
Week 8 – Part 6 (Rounds 51 – 62)!
This week, we will complete the scarf! The target is complete all the rounds including Round 62. Are you planning to race towards the end or are you going to make yours slowly? I usually race to the end because I can’t wait to see how my project will look when completed!
The last few weeks have been a breeze because there wasn’t anything new to work out or learn. This week, the only one thing you will need to know is how to bind off. There are multiple methods of doing this and you can read about them here. I also have video tutorials that explain those methods in detail:
Things to remember:
- Keep your tension consistent – As my scarf grew, my stitches started getting a little loose. I think that was because the weight of the scarf was pulling it down as I was working on it.
- Count Count Count – This is the most important thing in this scarf. I have lost focus and made a lot of mistakes. I had to frog a bunch of times for this reason and I learnt my lesson after a little bit. I never stopped counting after that! 🙂
- Visually inspect your scarf (ideally) after every repeat or after every few repeats. It is easier to frog a small section and redo it rather than having to frog an entire round.
- Have fun!
Next week, I will create a post in my Facebook group for you to post final pictures of your scarves. The grand prize will be open to everyone – previous winners and people who have not completed their scarves. You will find all the information about how I will pick a winner in my post on the group!
How to participate
- Newsletter: If you haven’t already done so, please subscribe to my newsletter to get all important updates of this TCAL.
- Join my TCAL: If you would like to officially join the TCAL, join my KnitterKnotter Hangout group on Facebook. I will schedule a live video in the group every Monday at 6.30 PM CST for me to be able to connect with you in real time 🙂
- Instagram: You can follow me to get updates there and if you choose to share photos of your project, please use the hashtag #vajratcalso that I can find them.
- Pinterest: You can find all tutorials related to this TCAL on my Vajra TCAL Pinterest board.
- Facebook: If you would not like to join my group, you can find updates related to this TCAL on my Facebook page.
- Ravelry: I will be grateful if you created a project on Ravelry. As a designer, it gives my pattern some credibility and it is a great way to show off your scarf too 🙂
Denise Interchangeable has kindly offered to sponsor the prizes for this TCAL. There will be 6 prizes in all – one at the end of each part (See TCAL schedule above).
At the end of each of the first five parts, one person will win a Pink Tunisian Crochet set. It consists of one hook (You will be able to choose a hook size – they range from 3.75 mm to 15 mm), two cords, two end buttons and one extender for cord to cord connections.
Note: These prizes are for US residents only. Non-US residents will receive a Denise Interchangeable gift card worth $20 instead.
One person will win the grand prize at the end of the TCAL which will be the Denise2Go Complete Crochet set!! It consists of twelve hooks, seven cords, four end buttons and 2 extenders that come in a pretty fabric and portable case.
I have the Denise Interchangeable Hook Kit* and I love it. I used it to make the Vajra scarf and have continued to use it for my other projects too.
Note: Everybody (US and non-US residents) is eligible for the grand prize!
How to win
Instagram: Tag your TCAL progress photos with #vajratcal as many times as you like. (Your Instagram account must be public.)
Facebook: Join the KnitterKnotter Hangout Facebook group and post your progress photos to that week’s TCAL update thread.
I will look at both Instagram and Facebook at the end of every week and choose one winner (You must have completed the part for that week to be eligible). It’s that simple!
These tutorials will be helpful in getting a head start on this pattern.
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– Share them in my Facebook Group
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