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Category Scheepjes Publications, Women
Suggested yarn Alpaca Rhythm
Type Top
Technique crochet
Sizes S - M - L - XL - XXL
Languages dutch english-uk english-us french german swedish
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YARN The After Party 33 - Big Winged Tee

By Emma Friedlander-Collins

In this edition of 'YARN The After Party' a Tee made from the warm lace weigth Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm. Due to the generously shaped sleeves and boat neck, this distinctively shaped top makes a unique and elegant addition to any in-between-season wardrobe. The design uses 8 to 10 balls of Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm, depending on the size required and is crocheted using both a 2.5mm and 3mm hook. The example in the photo is made using Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm 669 (ChaCha) and 667 (Jitterbug).

Of course, you can crochet the Big Winged Tee in any colour you like. Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm consists of 80% Alpaca and 20% extra fine wool, creating a silky soft yet warm garment with a luxury look and feel.

Materials

  • Scheepjes Alpaca Rhythm (80% Alpaca, 20% Extra Fine Wool; 25g/200m)
    Yarn A: 669 Cha Cha x 3 (4: 4) balls
    Yarn B: 667 Jitterbug x 5 (6: 6) balls
  • 2.5 and 3mm crochet hooks
  • Tapestry needle

The pattern for the Big Winged Tee, designed by Emma Friedlander-Collins, is featured in YARN The After Party 33. This issue of YARN The After Party is available as a printed booklet in English (UK), Dutch, German and Swedish via Scheepjes retailers, or as a digital download via Ravelry in these languages plus English (US) and French.

About the designer

Emma Friedlander-Collins started designing and selling crochet patterns in 2011. With her unique approach and unusual designs, she has established herself as an innovative crochet designer. Emma is also the co-founder and partner in crime at #crochetgirlgang - a space for crochet girls the world over to share their makes, find support and generally get crochet happy.

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