We have beautiful colors of yarn up for you today, and we hope it brings a smile to your face. It’s also Camp Cast On Day for our June projects. A colorful day all around. We just added in;
Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere – fingering weight, 400 yards, 84 beautiful colors
Leading Men Fiber Arts Showstopper – fingering weight, 463 yards, 55 gorgeous colors
We also have Casapinka Kits available for Bronwyn’s new Hug Shot Shawl (free pattern with purchase – details on the blog). The Breathe and Hope kits also work for the new Hug Shot!
Today is Camp Cast On Day for Camp Loopy June projects
Did you start yours yet? I am starting tonight after work and can’t wait! It’s not too late to join in on the fun. Here is the blog post which details the June Challenge and Camp Loopy Rewards.
Loopy’s Periodic Table
To make things more fun, we came up with Loopy’s Periodic Table for you to fill out this summer! Email us a copy of your completed worksheet and we’ll enter you into a drawing for a Surprise End of Camp Box of Fun Prize!
We thought it would be fun to keep track of new patterns you come across as you see what others are working on, new yarn lines from Loopy that you’d like to try in the future, posting on one of our social media channels to stay connected to others, knitting for an hour or more for 30 different days this summer, and tracking your yardage on all three Camp projects this summer. Does that sound fun?
To fill it out: Add pattern names and yarn names you want to try in the left and right square sections. Add dates in the posts and days of knitting middle square sections. Mark off with x’s or colors the yardage squares as you complete your Camp projects.
Click below to download the pdf and start getting it filled out!
Check out today’s Instagram stories for a few of the photos people have shared from their Camp Cast On Day!
Sheri and The Loopy Ewe Crew
Yay, an extra challenge! Would it be possible to provide an editable Word version for those of us (maybe just me?) stuck at home with no printer? Thanks
Well – I have no idea how to do that. (I thought I was doing well just adding a pdf link to the blog post!) I will look into it and see if I can figure that out. 🙂
You just need to find somebody young. All of them are techier that us old folks.
You can actually convert a pdf to Word. Open the pdf, go to file and there should be an option to convert the file to another format.
do we put check marks in the boxes or write actual names of patterns and yarns.
Check marks in the yardage boxes, dates in the social media boxes and 30 days of 1 hour boxes, and names in the yarn/patterns.
Can you give some examples of how you want the table to be filled out? Are you looking for dates? Names of patterns? Which new lines we bought? What does the yardage table mean?
I’ll convert the table to Word in a moment. My work computer can do that, my personal one cannot and that’s what I’m using right now. 🙂
Yes please! I love the idea of the chart, but am not sure how to fill it out.
Not sure that this will convert well to Word, but you can print it right out by clicking on the link in the format in which it was done. On filling it in – yes, dates of posts, names of patterns, X out the yardage as you complete your projects, which new lines and patterns you’d like to remember for possible future purchases, etc.
As far as I can tell, I’m the only loom knitter participating. I do neither needle knitting nor crocheting. Is there something else I can do instead of adding 17 new patterns to my queue for finishing my periodic table?
Hmm – I’m sure there is. But give me some suggestions! 🙂
Sheri, this is the best fun thing. I’m downloading it and will try yo complete.
What do we do with the periodic table when it’s filled in?