Kalevala CAL - Part 18 - The Pohjola Wedding
This square invites us to celebrate a wedding in a Kalevala way. Let us toast to the fact that we have now three quarters of our squares ready!
Photo by Minna Virtanen
Now we sing the wondrous legends, Songs of wedding-feasts and dances, Sing the melodies of wedlock, Sing the songs of old tradition; Sing of Ilmarinen's marriage To the Maiden of the Rainbow, Fairest daughter of the Northland, Sing the drinking-songs of Pohya.
Long prepared they for the wedding In Pohyola's halls and chambers, In the courts of Sariola
(Kalevala, Poem 20)
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: Taina Tauschi
You can find Taina Tauschi's presentation from her first pattern Bluebill's Nest.
The Pohjola Wedding
Hints from test crocheters
* Beginner ** EASY *** Average **** Demanding
Rather small RIGHT SIZE Rather big
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.
The Pohjola Wedding Pattern
עברית (Hebrew) (pdf)
A link to The Pohjola Wedding video, which works as a support for the written pattern. Video is made by Iris van Meer.
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.