Miss Joyce Herrmann (catch her on IG) should be a guest host for this CAL, hehe! Once the Victorian Lattice Square really took off, Joyce was there, ready to dedicate an entire month to the pattern. During her exploration, she mixed in a lot of her own design elements and color theories, and I can truly say, Miss Joyce is an artist! She even wrote up the chart that is now included in the Victorian Lattice Square pattern – a thousand thank yous!
Take a look at these fantastic stacks of lush Victorian Lattice Squares and partial squares. I am so proud of everyone who is working along with us! This square is utterly captivating and seeing everyone’s interpretation of the design is what truly makes this project come to life for me.
Go on and browse through the #MysterySquare2014 tag (now over 300 posts!) and you’ll see there is so much more than what is simply featured in this post. Just precious work – pure happiness!
Celtic Lace Join is one of my favorites!
Welcome back to the MysterySquare2014 CAL!
Now it’s time to join our squares. And it’s a Choose Your Own Adventure 🙂 (Remember those books??) Today, I will go over the first option for joining: the Flat Braid Join. In Part 2 of this installment, I’ll demonstrate the other two joining options: Celtic Lace Join and Continuous Flat Braid Join.
Hey guys! Destany here!
Just wanted to drop in and say hi and see how things are going. I am completely blown away with all the love you are giving the Victorian Lattice Square (aka MysterySquare2014)!
You all are making some beautiful squares and pieces. Here are a few for your viewing pleasure! (:
Some stunning inspiration for your Victorian Lattice Squares! You’ll be starting a new project in no time – don’t we all need another WIP? 😉
In this li’l round-up, take a look at some of the luscious squares that y’all are starting on! I am just in love and I can’t wait to see how everyone progresses!
Great job, y’all!
Mystery Square CAL
It’s mid July and this Scrappy li’l site is a bit dusty! But never fear – my little corner of the internet is just rushing with folks trying out this square by Destany of Instagram feed CayenneJalapeno. When I saw the square, I was so inspired that I just HAD to write up a pattern for it! Now Destany has written up her pattern, named it “Victorian Lattice Square,” and made it available on Ravelry! How great is that?!