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Evolving Aveline Sweater Crochet-A-Long
April 13th - May 18th, 2024


The Evolving Aveline Sweater is a top-down V-neck raglan crochet pullover with mosaic crochet detailing and textured ribbing, graded to 13 sizes with a finished garment bust circumference from 80cm to 150cm.  

To join the CAL: 

Simply purchase the pattern via Ravelry here, join Pepper-Gaggle for pattern support and choose your yarn and colours. 


Yarn bundles for my recommended yarn options are available from Morris & Sons, Bendigo Woollen Mills, and Skein Sisters (these links will take you to the recommended yarn options from each retailer).

Page header shows examples of the Evolving Aveline Sweater in recommended yarn options available from the retailers listed above:

Left to Right:

1. Morris & Sons Empire 8ply superfine merino & 3.5mm hook - Size 1 sample shown 

2. Rowan Felted Tweed dk & 3.5mm hook - Size 5 sample shown

3. Bendigo Woollen Mills Cotton 4 ply & mm hook - Size 5 sample shown

4. Bellissimo Lucca merino cotton blend & 3.5mm hook - Size 10 sample shown

5. Bendigo Woollen Mills Classic 5ply wool & 4mm hook - Size 13 sample shown

An updated pattern link will be sent to buyers VIA RAVELRY each week so you can join in at any time and you will have access to the partial pattern to follow this schedule:
March 30 Sizing, Yardage & Swatching Instructions (pages 1-4 available for download)
April 13 CAL week 1 Neck to V-point (pages 1-11 available for download)
April 20 CAL week 2 V-point to U/arm (pages 1-19 available for download)
April 27 CAL week 3 Lower Bodice (pages 1-21 available for download)
May 4 CAL week 4 Split Hem and Rib (pages 1-24 available for download)
May 11 CAL week 5 Sleeves (ALL pages: 1-28 available for download)

From May 11th, the available download will be the complete pattern document.

Pattern will be published in English, in both UK and US terms.

Pattern features:
-13 sizes from 80cm-150cm finished bust
-5 recommended yarns
-top-down construction (no sew!)
-easy stitches (ch, ss, dc, htr, tr, dtr = UK terms)
-written instructions with:
-stitch charts
-some linked video demonstrations for the fiddly bits **
-photo tutorials
-designer insights for custom fit advice
-option for long sleeve or short sleeve
-option for split hemline or full hemline

** Support videos will be published as a blog page that is updated throughout the CAL.  The QR code on page 7 of the pattern will take you there (useful if you print out your patterns) as will links within the digital PDF.  

Morris & Sons for yarn support to develop the sweater prototype (Size 5 seen here in Rowan Felted Tweed dk), to Bendigo Woollen Mills for yarn support to make a Size 13 tester sample in Classic 5ply wool and Size 5 in Cotton 4ply, and to Skein Sisters for yarn support for a Size 10 tester sample in Bellissimo Lucca wool-cotton blend.


Previous Workshops & Events

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October 26th 2023

A Day with Shelley & Susannah

Bookings opened September 14th and there are only a handful of spots left.  Join Shelley Husband and I for a day of crochet fun and learning at the Portland Library in Bentinck Street Portland (Victoria)! 


Read all the details of our day and find the booking link on this blog.

9th Sept 2023 

Lunch & Learn Workshop Hosted by Crochet Escapes

Thank you to Carolynne Cannon of Crochet Escapes for hosting me for a full day work shop with such a fun and positive group of ladies!

We enjoyed lots of laughter, great food and everybody learned some new skills and tips to improve their crochet no matter what their project. 


We covered why gauge is so important for sized garment patterns and how to swatch, block and measure gauge, tips for how to read stitch charts and pattern instructions too!

"Was a great day - redid my swatch when I got home with all the new knowledge I had learned and was spot on gauge the first time."

- Denise

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