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Kalevala CAL - Part 23 - Harp


This Sunday is Father's Day in Finland. The team of the Kalevala CAL project wants to wish a happy and joyful day to all men who do daddy's work!


Photo by Anne Vierimaa

Whence the harp’s enchanting arches?

From the jaw-bones of the monter.

Whence the necessary harp-pins?

From the pike-teeth firmly fastened.

Whence the sweetly singing harp-strings?

From the tail of Lempo’s stallion.

(Kalevala, Poem 40)

source

You can share pictures of Marjatta square on social media with #kalevalacal_kantele. Hashtag for Kalevala CAL is #kalevalacal.

General Kalevala CAL info and all the links to other parts of the blanket project will be found on the Kalevala CAL page on the blog of Arteeni​.


DESIGNER PORTRAIT: Anne Vierimaa

You can find Anne's presentation from her first pattern Ahto.

Harp

Hints from test crocheters

* Beginner ** EASY *** Average **** Demanding

RATHER SMALL Right size Rather big

Colours

Here you can find all the colours needed in every row for different colour packs (Click to see the lists bigger). The colours for the Metsä / Forest -colour pack can be found also on the pattern itself.


Harp Pattern is on Anne's blog

A link to Kantele video, which works as a support for the written pattern. Video is made by Iris van Meer.

Other info

You can find pictures of the squares made by other Kalevala CAL participants on Instagram: #kalevalacal #kalevalacal_kantele

General Kalevala CAL info and all the links to other parts of the blanket project will be found on the Kalevala CAL –page on the blog of Arteeni.


#KalevalaCAL

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