Wool-Eater Motif CAL 2013



In 2012 we hooked a square or oblong Wool-Eater . . . 2013, and I thought it would be nice to hook a Wool-Eater Motif Blanket!

My motifs will consist of two colours and two rounds each, but you might like to work your motifs a little larger like these here.

NOTE: 1 Round (as mentioned above) = 2 actual physical rounds (I like to end on a ‘scallop’ round).

I’ll be providing step by step visual instructions on how to join your motifs quickly and easily as we progress!

Here’s the details:

  • Everyone, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced crocheter, everyone, is invited to join in the Wool-Eater Motif CAL for 2013 which will kick off on Wednesday, 24th of April 2013!
  • Wool-Eater Wednesday will be the day officially declared to share your progress. I’ll be blogging my progress every Wednesday. Please ensure to a leave a link in the comment section of that post if you’ve blogged your progress also. Of course we’ll all be uploading our pics to the Flickr group along the way.
  • Is there a deadline . . . no, work at your own pace, it is not a race to the finish line.
  • I’m aiming to hook 3 motifs per week . . . we all have different schedules, so how many motifs you work each week will be up to the individual!


Mission for the week ahead:

  • Sign up! Simply leave a comment on this post so that we know you’re IN!
  • If you like, you can snag the ‘poster’ above and display it on your blog.
  • Pop over to Flickr and join the group. 
  • Print out the FREE Wool-Eater instructions which you’ll find here!
  • Gather your supplies, basically all you’ll require is a crochet hook, sized to correspond to the yarn you’ll be using, a pair of scissors, a yarn needle for weaving in the ends as.we.go and of course YARN!

Let the creativity begin!

78 Comments on “Wool-Eater Motif CAL 2013

  1. Sounds like a great idea!! I will have to give it a go!! :) Thanks Sarah!

  2. I’m in as well, though until school lets out at the end of May, my progress will be painfully slow. Thank goodness there’s no hurry!

  3. OMG … Another CAL that I want to join!! I’m going to be over my head with CALs and its only April!!

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  5. I’ve always admired this pattern so I guess this is a good time to do it. I’m in too!!!

  6. Ooh! I’ve never done a crochet-along, but I think now is the time! I’d love to join in! And such a beautiful pattern!

  7. I give it a try! I’m in! very curious how it will end;-)
    Thanks sarah

  8. always wanted to make this. so beautiful this square is

  9. I love that pattern so much! I actually hooked a 2nd one earlier this year. :)

  10. I’ve done Wool eater CAL last year and as we love it here, I’m in for this second Wool eater CAL ;-)

  11. Hello from Belgium! This is my first CAL too.

  12. Looking forward to joining in – it’ll be the first CAL I’ve ever done and a good push to get back to blogging after my second baby. Can’t wait x

  13. I´m Elena from Spain, sign me the project please!! Thanks a lot!

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  17. I’m just starting today but excited to CAL!

  18. You can DEFINITELY count me in!! :D I love this stitch! Definitely one of my favorites! :)

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  20. I am in – late – but in!

  21. I would like to participate!

  22. I’m sorry I’m late, but I have just seen this, would like to give it a try.

  23. Only just seen this so wondering if I have time to catch up… Is there any info on joining yet? Any idea how much yarn will be needed? I have quite a few remnants but not sure if it will be enough!

  24. Just saw this and love this. I want in!

  25. Just saw this pattern so am going to give it a try….i have a lot of grandkids and great grandkids so will be christmas presents for all on my list!!

  26. I’d like to be in please. I just found this also, I hope I can catch up. I do have some questions re: the 8 ply yarn, is that continental nomenclature? If it is, I assume it’s the same as 4 ply American. Please let me know asap, I’d like to get started asap. Thanks.

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