CaMaRose Eugenia’s Scarf No 095

4,50

CaMaRose Eugenia’s Scarf No 095

4,50

CaMaRose Eugenia’s Scarf No 095

The scarf consists of 96 crocheted flowers which are crocheted together to form a scarf with 4 flowers on each row and with 24 rows in total.

Yarn requirements for scarf made with Yaku ; 8 balls total, 1 ball in each of the following colors: magenta (1704), chokoladebrun (1857), rosa (1800), brændt karry (1989), lysegrå (1041), grå (1752), and 2 balls natur (1003) for the edging.

Yarn requirements for scarf made with Tynd Lamauld 10 balls; 1 ball in each of the following colors: gammel rosa (5010), lys avocado (5026), mellemgrå (5080), camel (5028), grå (5041), oliven brun (5032), lys pudder (5004), mørk avocado (5024), and 2 balls natur (5003).

Crochet hook: 3 mm

Yarn Alternatives: Økologisk Sommeruld or Pimabomuld. Both qualities are from CaMaRose.dk.

Measurements: in Yaku A flower measures about 5 x 5 cm and the finished scarf measures about 20 x 128 cm. Using Yaku, the finished scarf weighs 134 g, so you will have enough yarn for several scarves; however you will need extra yarn for the edging if you chose to crochet another.

Measurements: in Tynd Lamauld A flower measures about 5.5 x 5.5 cm and the finished scarf measures 22 x 138 cm. Using Tynd Lamauld, the finished scarf weighs about 128 g, so you will have enough yarn for several scarves; however you will need extra yarn for the edging if you chose to crochet another.

The scarf made with Yaku consists of flowers crocheted in 6 different colors and a 7th color around the edge.

The scarf made with Tynd Lamauld consists of flowers crocheted in 8 different colors and a 9th color around the edge.

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Description

“My name is Trine Bertelsen, I am a yarn wholesaler and the owner of CaMaRose.dk.

I founded my company in 2010, under the name Strikkebogen.dk, it started as a web shop, with my own designed for babies and children patterns.

In late 2010, I started importing yarn from Peru and started wholesaling to other shops.

I started with only  Pima cotton and the Lama cotton 1/2, but soon I began to expand the range and developed  new qualities such as Lamatweed.

I have been  designing and writing knitting and crochet patterns since 2008. Before founding my own business, I worked as a freelance knit designer for other wholesalers in Denmark and abroad, for weekly magazines and knitting magazines. The experience I gained from working for others has been absolutely indispensable and I am even convinced that designing and writing a good knitting / crochet pattern is something that takes many years to learn and it is something that is always developing.

From the very beginning of 2010, my 3 children have inspired me to design and are my daily sources of inspiration. This is the reason why  I chose to change the name of my company from the Strikkebogen to CaMaRose.dk, it is abbreviation of my 3 children’s names, Carl-Emil, Mathilde and Anna-Rose.

My mission, from the beginning, was to be able to sell good quality yarn under my own name, which is affordable and not available elsewhere . I chose to work with with suppliers who comply with ethical and environmental regulations with regards animals and the environment in the production of yarn. In addition to this i wanted to design knitting and crochet patterns that are easily available and fashionable.

You can follow my work very closely at www.instagram.com  or follow me at www.facebook.com”