by | Jun 29, 2013 | Uncategorized



The second of the Seven Sheep has been released. This one is named Charollais – named for a domestic breed of sheep that originates from France. Apparently they have been bred to be poiled. Which is that they don’t have horns. I’m actually learning quite a bit about sheep through this project!


Charollais is a one-skein project with the body worked up in a deceivingly simple textured stitch. A lot of of folks who saw this at TNNA though it was crocheted – the fabric has that kind of beautiful openwork.


It uses one skein of Baah! LaJolla and the samples are shown in Pretty In Pink and Orange Amber. You can pre-purchase all Seven Sheep for $21.95 or buy Charollais individually for $6.00. And wait until you see the third sheep!


Charollais is available for $6.00 USD

Or as part of the Seven Sheep for $21.95 USD

Needles: Size 7 needles (4.5 mm) and US Size F (3.75 mm) crochet hook for bind off

Yarn: Baah! La Jolla, 1 skein – shown in both Pretty in Pink and Orange Amber

Gauge: 15 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches in blocked body pattern

Size: Approximately 60″ wide and 20″ deep after blocking

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