Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL: The First Repeat

Pineapples with Underground Crafter CAL

Welcome to the Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL!  If you’re just joining in, you can find the free pattern here.  Ravelry members can join our CAL chat here.  Our tag is 2013PFEcal.

We’re at the third week mark in the Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL.  Last week, I shared progress pictures of the first repeat of the shawl (rows 9-14).  From this point forward, you’ll just be repeating rows 9-14 until your shawl is the size you’d like (or until you run out of yarn).

Here’s my shawl after 20 rows (two repeats of rows 9-14).

Pineapples for Everyone through Row 20I love the way this new version is coming along.  I’m looking forward to changing the colors soon, so I can introduce the Galler Yarns Inca Eco in Raspberry.

Inca Eco wound

Several crocheters have already made multi-color versions of the shawl, and I’m sharing pictures of their Ravelry projects with permission.

yarnpumpkin made her entire shawl in one variegated yarn and then added fringe in a complementary solid.  This is a fun way to add color without worrying about weaving in the ends for color changes within the shawl.

yarnpumpkin Pineapples for Everyone

ctarski‘s Midnight Pineapples is the original multi-color Pineapples for Everyone Shawl – she made her project during the pattern test.  Unfortunately, she didn’t note her color changes and has since donated the shawl.  But from looking at the pictures, it seems like she changed colors for Rows 13, 14, 9, and 10 and then returned to the original color.

ctarski Midnight Pineapples

For Black67‘s Glamourous Pineapples, she changed colors for Rows 13 and 14 in each of her final two complete repeats.

Blacky67 Glamorous Pineapples

Each of these projects showcases a different creative way to change colors.  How many colors will you use for your shawl?

Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL Schedule

Friday, February 15: Start your chains: Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL kick off!  

Friday, February 22: Laying down the foundation: Rows 1-8

Friday, March 1: The first repeat: Rows 9-14

Friday, March 8: The second repeat: Rows 15-20

Friday, March 15: The third repeat: Rows 21-26

Friday, March 22: Finishing off: Edging and blocking

Friday, March 29: The big reveal: Flash your shawls on RavelryFacebook,Twitter, and/or your blog for a chance to win prizes from Galler Yarns!

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