GREG Mystery CAL

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GREG Mystery CAL

GREG Mystery CAL

This page will contain all the links you’ll need once the CAL kicks off.

Part 1 : 14th September 2015 TOM

Part 2 : 28th September 2015 JOE

Part 3 : 12th October 2015  TIM

Part 4 : 26th October 2015  IAN

Part 5 : 9th November 2015   BOB – Part 1

Part 6 : 16th November 2015   BOB – Part 2

Part 7 : 23rd November 2015   Bob – Part 3

Part 8 : 30th November 2015  Bob – Part 4

Part 9 : 7th December 2015  Joining & Border

Part 10 14th December 2015 – this will be the last one with prize winners & thank yous 🙂 Part 10

 

Lovely cotton ready for the CAL

Lovely cotton ready for the CAL

It’s going to be so much fun!

42 thoughts on “GREG Mystery CAL

    1. Donna Cosgrove

      Hi Shelley
      I was hoping to create ‘Greg’ using 3 colours. The Main squares in Teal and/or Blue and then joining them with White to co-ordinate with the quilt on my bed. Do you think this will work? As Tom has 9 squares I thought I would do 4 of one colour and 5 of the other. Then alternate the numbers when I get to ‘Joe’.
      I have just received a delicious package from Bendigo Mills!! Can’t wait to start ‘Tom’!
      Thankyou for your help and lovely patterns 🙂
      Cheers, Donna

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      1. Shelley Husband Post author

        Hi Donna. I think this is a decision best made by you. I can email you just the layout with no spoiler pictures if you like to you can see if your plan will work. let me know if you do and I will send it to you. BWM stuff is so lovely isn’t it? I hope you enjoy making Tom 🙂

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        1. Donna Cosgrove

          I decided to use the 3 colours for my blocks and will use another to join them. Works out more even with the numbers that way! I’ve finished Tom and will post a pic when I find the hashtag for Instagram! Thanks for the pattern, I’m enjoying it so far. The Bendigo cotton is so lovely to use!

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  1. Pat mckay

    Looking forward to the CAL! Love your books, just got the newest one, “Flowers Abound”, it’s splendid! All those flower variations, a joy to look at & read. Can’t wait to make one.

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  2. Sophie

    So excited to start. I made the mistake of taking hubby shopping to BWM for my wool, and during the hour of me making up my mind on colours, he has renamed GREG to Trevor. And now asks me every day if I have started Trevor yet!

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  3. Jayne

    Hi Shelley,

    I am having problems with rows 5 and 6. When I get to the last few stitiches I am not sure where to put my hook and the holes on this side are a lot less prominent than the other 3 corners. Is there a video I can watch to see where I am going wrong?
    Speak soon.

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    1. Shelley Husband Post author

      Hi Jayne 🙂 The end of Round 5 & the beginning of Round 6 are the bits I was referring to in the post where I link to a video about seamless crochet and a blog post.

      Have a look at those and see if they help. If not, head to the Ravelry group or shoot me an email via the contact me and I’ll help you out further 🙂

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  4. Margaret

    Hi Shelley!
    I am keen to join your CAL however I will need to purchase some yarn. I was looking at BWM cotton but was wondering how much to purchase … What would you suggest in their 10ply?
    Thanks Margaret

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  5. Lisa Taylor

    Thanks very much for your generosity in sharing this beautiful project. It’s extremely thoughtful of you to provide both a U.S. and a U.K. version.

    Lisa

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    1. Shelley Husband Post author

      Hi 🙂 My Toms and Joes were the same size, but some folks did find Joe to be a big bigger. If it’s just a small difference, it wont matter with joining 🙂 If it’s a big difference you can replace the last round of dc(US)/tr(UK) with hdc/htr 🙂

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      1. Her

        Okay, thx for the quick answer!
        It’s a small difference, so just 3 more Joe’s to go ….instead of all 12 🙂

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  6. Viv

    Sick doesn’t even begin to describe how I feel right now. The thought of unpicking or starting from scratch makes me want to cry. Is there any possibility that the pattern can work with the original instructions?

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    1. Shelley Husband Post author

      You can Viv. All that will change is the layout. As the squares are the same size, it’s just the placement that will be different. All the strips are done now as it’s just the big squares to go. If you like, I can send you the layout only with no pictures so you can see what changes you need to make. Let me know and I’ll email it to you if that will help. So sorry 🙁

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      1. Viv

        Yes I would like the layout but happy not to see the big picture. I just cannot unpick all those squares without making a big mess of them. Thanks

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  7. Sarah

    Hi Shelley. Im having so much fun with greg…oh geez that sounds alot naughtier than I meant it. Can I also get a squiz at the layout as I too have been using different colours….appreciate it

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  8. Evelyn

    Hello Shelley, When you have some free time, could you please email a copy of the layout for the GREG CAL. Thank you so much. Can’t wait to complete this CAL – Love the simple squares so far. I’m making a solid and would like to start a multi colored one.
    Again, Thank you!!

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  9. Connie

    I believe I left out part of my email when I ordered the Greg pattern last Friday. It is email address removed

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