Tranquil Lagoon

It feels like forever since I released a pattern to everyone that wasn’t a washcloth! I release patterns every month for the clubhouse and released Iris Goddess of Rainbows in October last year with BelleMae yarns, but it is quite possibly over 12 months (mayne even longer) since I released a pattern for a gradient yarn.

But here we are with Tranquil Lagoon! I again asked for help with naming it and had suggestions related to tranquility and different types of water, so I decided on Tranquil Lagooon. And it certainly helps describe how it feels to make it too.

This pattern is made with basic stitches until you get to the edging. It has a 12 row pattern repeat, but it’s really only the increases that make it that way. The most part is essentially a two row repeat with a diffferent start, middle and end. And even those repeats are easy to navigate.

So this one is suitable for an advanced beginner and above. As with all my patterns it is written in US and UK terms and it has a picture guide to help you too. You could even make a bigger shawl as I had most of the last colour change left over. I have included instructions for adjusting it too.

I’ll be making this one available to all my Hooked on Crochet Club Members as a gift to say thank you for trusting in me to provide them with projects and tutorials every month.

If you’re wanting to purchase it, you can find it in any of the links below:

online store | etsy | ravelry | love crafts

If you’re wanting to gain more confidence with crochet you will want to consider joining the Hooked on Crochet Club. It’s an online membership that is the only one of it’s kind. Every month we provide you with projects that help you to increase your crochet skillset inside a private community. And each week there are live tutorials that can be tailored to your needs. It’s the ideal way to improve on your crochet, which in turn brings more calm and satisfaction to your life. If you want to learn more, be sure to head on over here and add your name to the waitlist! Doors are only open a few times of year so you don’t want to to miss out.

Seona x

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