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Caterpiller Knits (and crochet) goes live

Crochet has its detractors, but I’m not one of them. I have a soft spot for funky granny squares, especially the ones in a zillion random colors. But crocheted squares don’t have to be idiosyncratically colored for me to appreciate them. Kristen TenDyke’s pretty Molokini shawl is constructed from single-color crocheted squares as delicate and intricate as any frost pattern. (Happens to be made in Chickadee/Glacier #105.) You’ll find the pattern for this shawl  on the just-launched Caterpillar Knits website—

Kristen’s website features knit and crochet patterns—all worked in eco-friendly yarns. And if you want to know more about what constitutes such a yarn, her website is the place to go.

One Response to “Caterpiller Knits (and crochet) goes live”

  1. connie says:

    Love this shawl! Kristen is the only person who can convince me to give crochet a go! Thanks for posting about her new pattern line venture.

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