Camp Kudos and Shawl Patterns to Add to Your Must-Make List!

We love seeing all of your Camp project photos come pouring in. (We still have bunches of them to approve, as the last few days of the month always see an overload of uploads. But we’re working on them!)

I have shared a few on our Instagram page (because I love sharing customer projects with you there), but I know not everyone is on Instagram, so thought I’d share some of the knitted and crocheted projects with you here. I’ll be doing lots of Camp project sharing posts this summer, but we can’t possibly share them all. You can always check out the yarn projects and the fabric projects in our galleries on the website as we go along.

Today, I’m sharing some of the shawls that people have done for June.

Janet’s Zilver out of Wollmeise Pure


Gayle’s
Vary the Gate out of Canon Hand Dyes Gradients


Matthew’s
Authenticity out of Dream in Color Classy


Karen’s
Tilted Texture out of Baa Ram Ewe Titus

 


Virginia’s
Feather and Fan Crescent out of Zauberball Lace


Jane’s
Pincha Shawl out of JulieSpins Stella

Iris’ Kindness Shawl out of Canon Hand Dyes


Janet’s
 Reyna out of Knerd String


Becky’s
Miss Winkle out of Into the Whirled


Marla’s
Fairyhill Shawl out of JulieSpins Stella


One thing I like about shawls is that you can wear them so many different ways.
Try them with the main part over your back and the ends around your shoulders, or the main part in front (kind of like a bib, but of course so NOT like a bib) with the ends then wrapped around to the front and pulled forward, or as more of a scarf wrapped around your neck. So versatile.

I’ll be back to share more again next week. I already want to make several of these. How about you?

Sheri wholovesgettingnewpatternideaseachsummeratCamp

P.S. Check out our Facebook Live video from today, where we showed how easy it is to pick beads and add them to projects!

 

 

4 comments

  1. I’m one of the NO Instagram people. just can’t go there , so it’s great to have you feature a few on the blog. I did go thru the photo gallery when I posted my finish but you’re right – there are loads of ideas for beautiful knitwear from Camp. Cheers – onward to CL2 Mel

  2. So excited to see my little shawl posted on the blog and looking forward to July 1 and project #2…

  3. I don’t tweet or Instagram but I spent time today viewing all the projects that have been accepted so far- wow we did a great job. And we had fun and made friends too. Thanks for camp.

  4. Beautiful and inspiring! Love how Camp brings us all together, we “sing” each other praises for our skills learned along the way and our completed projects. Friends are made as we share our lives and fiber experiences. Returning campers warmly greet each other and welcome the new comers. We learn new topics every year and each month. We even support each other through the tears, joy and laughter. We love Camp Loopy!❤️

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