5 parts of calming and relaxing Mindful Crochet Along

Mindful Crochet Along (CAL) has now launched and I can’t wait to share it with you!

I am super excited to share this fantastic news with you! Me and four of my crochet designer friends have been working behind the scenes on an exciting Mindful Crochet Along (CAL)!

Why Mindful Crochet Along?

Where do I start? I think we can all safely say that this year has been … (insert your choice of word). 2020 has turned life upside down and a lot of things have changed dramatically.

So, now more than ever people need some constant in their life to turn to and find enjoyment!

Mindfulness is all about reminding yourself to take notice of your thoughts, feelings, body sensations around you and to be aware of how you are feeling within the current moment.

For me, crochet has been a lifesaver! I can say that it was the one thing that has remained same throughout this turbulent year.

I find that crochet gives me that mindful moment when I can relax and switch off. Immerse myself in my lovely wooly world and not worry about anything just for a moment!

mindful crochet along blanket on the sofa

Mindful Day 2020

Did you know 12th September 2020 is a Mindful Day? What a perfect day to launch a new crochet along and work on a beautiful colourful blanket along with other likeminded crafters.

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mindful crochet along blanket close up

Mindful Crochet Along Blanket Design

This beautiful blanket consists of 5 different parts. Each designer has designed a granny square and rows section.

To keep to the mindful feel of the blanket we have used a wave pattern in each of the 5 parts.

We hope it will give you the sense of calm and mindful time when you can switch off and relax.

But we have also incorporated some more interesting stitches and textures to keep you on your toes.

Designers Of The Mindful Crochet Along

I would like to take this opportunity and introduce my crochet designer friends I have worked with on this exciting project.

Zoe Potrac

Zoe designs colourful crochet homeware and accessories and loves experimenting with combinations of simple stitches.  Her designs are regularly featured in Crochet Now, as well as on Ravelry,Lovecrafts and Etsy, where you can find exclusive new designs, as well as re-releases of favourites that you might have missed.

Find more at www.zoepotrac.com

Fran Morgan

Fran taught herself to crochet when she was 13 and made various ponchos and dresses. Throughout the years she has continued making things. She is primarily known as a garment designer. Her designs have featured in Simply Crochet, and Inside Crochet. She has also designed for DMC and Scheejpes. 

Find more at www.franmorgan.co.uk

Hannah Cross

Hannah is the designer, writer, photographer and blogger behind HanJan Crochet. Creating has always been a part of her life and over the past few years HanJan Crochet has grown beyond her wildest dreams! 

She is regularly featured in publications including Simply Crochet, Mollie Makes, Inside Crochet, Crochet Now, The Pattern Pack, her blog hanjancrochet.com and as a guest blogger and designer too. 

Find more at www.hanjancrochet.com

Cassie Ward

Cassie is crochet designer from Cambridgeshire, she lives in The Fens with her twin boys and dog Coco.

She loves to design bright cheerful highstreet led garments and wearables, she is the author of My Crochet Wardrobe, and regularly designs for the UK magazines, Inside Crochet, Crochet Now and Simply Crochet.

Cassie learned to crochet when her mother died in her late 20s to calm her anxious mind. Crochet has drastically helped with moments of mindfulness and has improved her mental health.

Find more at www.themissingyarn.co.uk

mindful crochet along blanket on the sofa

Final thoughts…

I hope you love this lacy flower granny square crochet pattern. If you think your crafty friends will like it too, why not share it with them?

Firstly, you can share a direct link to this pattern on your social media. 

Secondly, do not forget to pin this tutorial to your favorite Pinterest Board so you can easily find it later too.

If you enjoyed this pattern you might also like:

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About Veronika Cromwell

Hi, I’m Veronika! I design modern and wearable crochet garments, accessories and homewares. Grab your hook and find your next project!

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6 thoughts on “5 parts of calming and relaxing Mindful Crochet Along

  1. I will be joining your CAL as it seems like something I can use my stash for as traveling 75 miles to the nearest store is out right now because of COVID & my finances are really low. Can’t sell any paintings or crochet work when things are shut down & my pension is really small so will have to use the yarn that I have. My mother taught me to crochet when I was 3 to keep me busy while she took care of my baby brother & kept the house as well as worked as a bookkeeper. 75 years later I’m still at it.

    1. Thank you for sharing a little about you! It looks like crochet has always been a huge part of your life and that makes me happy. I’m glad you will be joining in with the CAL and can’t wait to see your progress!

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