This Month’s CAL
What exactly is a CAL?
A CAL (acronym for Crochet Along) is an event in which a group of people work on the same crochet pattern at the same time. The projects can vary from small and quick, to large enough to span several weeks, or even months! Some people even participate in MCALs, which are Mystery Crochet Alongs. This is where the pattern is kept a secret and is releaesed in parts over time. Makers don’t even know what they are making until almost complete!
Sincerely, Pam CALs
Every month or so, a new Crochet Along is hosted in the Sincerely, Pam Community Facebook Group!
Community Members are among the first to find out about all Sincerely, Pam happenings: Sneak Peeks, New Releases, Sales, Giveaways, Crochet-A-Longs and more! You can post your WIP’s and finished projects using SP designs. Ask questions if you’re stuck. There may also be an occasional tester call so, keep your eyes peeled!
Rule #1: Join the FB Group and look for the current CAL album. It is always pinned to the top of the group. This is where you will post your progress photos.
Rule #2: Share your photos and progres as follows:
– Share your own pictures of your gauge swatch and materials in the comments of the Part 1 photo. Not sure about gauge swatches? No problem! Check out my Gauge Swatch blog post for details.
-Share progress pics, in Part 2 and Part 3 photos.
– Share your own pictures of your completed project(s). One comment per finished project! Each comment/completed item equals 1 entry.
Rule #3: Get INVOLVED in this community! We’re here to have fun, get inspired, share our progress, and have me right beside you while working on a project together! Please feel free to ask me questions anytime.
Rule #4: Enter to WIN a prize! Check the Official Threads throughout the FB Group page and post your projects according to the post instructions. At the conclusion of this challenge, I will randomly choose one participant to win! Make sure your projects are added correctly in Ravelry and in the Finished Projects Post in this group. Just click on the specific pattern you are working to add your project