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.

Last week, I shared the beginning of my color adventures in my new version of the Pineapples for Everyone Shawl.  I started with Galler Yarns Inca Eco in Denim and then added Raspberry.

Originally, I planned to make little stripes, but the dramatic effect of the Raspberry led me to believe that a solid band (kind of like color blocking) was a better idea.

Pineapples for Everyone finished but not blocked

I couldn’t capture the full shawl in this picture, but you can see it has grown since last week.

Pineapples for Everyone wing detail

When I did the edging, I matched up the colors to the body of the shawl.

Pineapples for Everyone point detail

I really love this new version.  Rows 1-24 are in Denim and Rows 25-30 are in Raspberry.

I was hoping to block the shawl and take some pictures of that process, since a few people have asked for blocking tips.  I didn’t have time to block the shawl this week, though.

I should have those blocking pictures in time for next week’s post.

How’s your shawl coming?

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!

Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL: The Third Repeat

2 thoughts on “Pineapples for Everyone Shawl CAL: The Third Repeat

  • May 28, 2015 at 12:37 pm
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    I love this shawl. I plan to finish it up next week—making it longer. Then I will post on Ravelry and Twitter. Thank you for sharing this lovely crochet shawl.

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