♥ Welcome to Part 6 of the Sacred Space crochet along.♥
This week we begin to change our circle into a square.
Where a circle represents unity and wholeness, a square represents solidity, safety, and permanence.
Whether you are new to this amazing craft that is crochet or you have been crocheting for years, things are always moving, changing and evolving, just as the shape of your sacred space is now changing.
Change always brings challenges, change can feel uncomfortable, but remember our group on Facebook is a safe place to learn and grow with the help and support of others.
I love you all.♥
♥ This week you are going to need your stitch markers again and remember to count, count, count.
♥ Take your time to line things up correctly before you start Round 80.
Shall I share a little secret?
The reason my prototype has not been included in any of the posts so far is because it was not until I was way past this point that I realised that my centre was wonky, so take the time and get everything straight, I do cover this in the video to make it very easy to achieve a perfectly aligned centre.
♥ If you have never worked separate corners before I do suggest using the video to help you.
♥ There are lots of ends to work away this week, but please follow the instructions and leave them until you have completed Round 90, and DO NOT work away the ends for Round 90 until you have completed part 7.
♥ For those of you using colour change yarns like the whirl cakes, I suggest making each round on all 4 corners, before you move on to the next round, this will ensure your corners are all the same colours… see the beautiful test by Becky lower down as she is using a whirl for one of hers and the corners look amazing.
Sacred Balance colour pack
Colours per round for the yarn packs are in part 1.
♥ Read carefully, there are a few tricky bits that can trip you up.
♥ Special Stitches, these are always explained in each part of the cal, but if you are new to any stitch then watching the video will help. USE STITCH MARKERS to help you.
♥ Check your stitch count after every repeat, it is essential to the shape of this design, and will save having to rip/frog your work.
♥ Make sure you download the correct terminology for you. There are both US and UK pdf’s, in both photo tutorial or written only patterns.
♥ Downloads and Links
Once you have downloaded the pdf you will be working from, please read through carefully.
You will find all the special stitches used at the beginning of the document.
If you are following the video tutorials, please always also read the pattern as there is always the chance, I do the correct thing but say the wrong thing!
♥ US Terms
♥ US terms Video Tutorial
Part 6 Rounds 78 to 90
Please note… do as I say and not as I do! I wonder who is going to spot the mistake?
♥ UK Terms
♥ Arabic – عربى
♥ Czech – Čeština
♥ Danish – Dansk v2
♥ Dutch – Nederlands
♥ Finnish – Suomi
♥ French – Français v2
♥ German – Deutsch
♥ Hebrew – עברית
♥ Hungarian – Magyar
♥ Italian – Italiano
♥ Russian – русский
♥ Spanish – Español
♥ Swedish – Svenska
♥ Urdu – اردو
Enormous thanks to the amazing ladies who translated this cal for so many people from around the world to join us.
Here are all the amazing photos of part 6 made by my wonderful testing team.
Have fun with part 6 and I will see you all next week.