LOTR CAL – Witch King square

Hello lovely readers!

Today was Good Friday, which meant no work and more crochet time! I’ve finished the PDF pattern for Arno the Escargot, and you can find it in my Ravelry shop. I’ve also started a few new projects, which I’ll talk about next week. 

But what I was most happy about is that I’ve finished another LOTR square! 

Here comes the Witch King of Angmar, with mace and all! 

I was really happy to finish this one, I got super frustrated when I started as I knew I wouldn’t have enough yarn for the background, so I went back to spotlight to try to get the same colour and I could not find it at all. So I got another purple and decided to split the background in half. I didn’t know if I would like it but I think it ended up looking quite good! Only 5 more squares to go! 

Have a great Easter ๐Ÿ˜Š




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11 responses to “LOTR CAL – Witch King square

  1. No man could have created that square……You Emma are no man!! LOL It is awesome!! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. I so love this! Can’t wait for the next square. โค๏ธ๐Ÿ’œ

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  3. This is brilliant ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. I love this ๐Ÿ™‚ you work so neatly! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  5. Thanks Nina! ๐Ÿ˜˜


  6. HstoneYarnCraft

    Awesome! I have a general question on how you are doing your graphgan. I am thinking of making a Minecraft one son… you mentioned this is done with bobble stitch…How are you doing the color changes? Is there some trick or secret — looks like a lot of color changes ๐Ÿ™‚ Are you tying off each one ? I tried tapestry style of graphgan where you carry the other color along the bottom of your stitches so you dont have to cut/tie off and switch for each color change — but if you have more than two colors it didnt work well. Thanks! Sorry so long ๐Ÿ˜€

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    • What I normally do is that I have bobbins with all the different colours I’m using and I only carry the yarn for short distances if I have to (but I try not to, because it makes the work too bulky and with several colours it’s a nightmare). I just have the bobbin on top of my work, use it when I need it and then leave it on top of the work while I continue working with the other colours. When I do the sc row to come back to the beginning (the reverse row after the bobble) I also use the right colour for the stitch. For my bobble graphs I normally change my colour by drawing a loop of the new colour when I finish the second stitch (the sc after the actual bobble). It makes a neater change. I hope this wasn’t too confusing, I did do a photo tutorial to show how I change the colours but I might have to take some better pictures and re-do it.

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