Indivisible - 2024 MCAL (Mystery Crochet Along)

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We are having a yearlong Mystery Crochet Along (MCAL) over on Ravelry. Click HERE to learn more and to join in on all the fun!

This pattern is free for a limited time. Just add to cart and complete checkout to receive the download. For more info, click hereBe sure to sign in to your account before you check out, so when future clues go live, you'll only need to login and re-download the pattern to receive the next clue.

Use code: clue2-2024mcal to take 15% off all of our Expression Fiber Arts Crema Worsted and Pearlescent Worsted yarns today. You can use this same code to take 15% off our adorable Indivisible Tote Bag and Enamel Pin.

SIZE: One size; 2 ways to finish 

Blanket: 51” (W) x 51” (H); 72” (diameter) / 130 cm x 130 cm; 183 cm

Shrug: 52” (W) x 22” (depth); 5” (each sleeve) / 132 cm x 56 cm; 13 cm 

MATERIALS: 

Expression Fiber Arts Crema Worsted yarn

Indivisible will require 12 different colored skeins total, and one clue will be released each month.

Recommended Crema Worsted clue colors: C1) Koala, and C2 Bella.

If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.

  • We’re also putting together an alternative set of Crema Worsted colors that could be used for the 2024 MCAL. The clue colors in this Deep Jewels palette are: C1) Mountain Stream, and C2) Burnt Gold Crema Worsted.
  • We’re also curating a set of Pearlescent Worsted colors that could be used for the 2024 MCAL. The clue colors in this Sacred Forest palette are: C1) Crystal, and C2) Jane Pearlescent Worsted.

HOOK: 

US size ​​J (6.0 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge

SKILL LEVEL: 

Adventurous Beginner to Intermediate - For those crocheters who are ready to learn some new skills or stitch combinations. Concepts include working to gauge, color changes, reading charts, special stitches, seaming, and blocking.

Notes from the Designer:

Indivisible will take you on a yearlong journey of exploring new stitches using spectacular colors, while reflecting on what’s important in life – connection, harmony, continuity, and happiness.

Constructed by several very different pieces and using a variety of techniques, the full glory of Indivisible isn’t revealed until all the clues come together to build one big, harmonious unit. With the option of two different ways to finish the pattern, you will have the opportunity to create the ideal piece to fit your needs and desires. 

  • Click the Videos tab to watch a video about this month's clue.
  • Indivisible is a design that is made up of nine squares that are connected to a big one and finished off with two sets of borders, if you wish to make a blanket. For the shrug version, you will connect the respective corners to sleeves, and add a border to the body section. Each square is unique and differs in texture, construction, and stitch pattern. The goal was to use a new technique/stitch in every clue to make it challenging, but also fun.
  • Clues 1-9 are interchangeable. If the instructions are too challenging, you can substitute a square with a previous clue at any time.
  • Please make sure to carefully read every clue’s specific note before starting each clue.
  • Because I am a tight crocheter, I highly recommend checking your gauge against mine to ensure that you have enough yarn to complete the design and reach the desired measurements.
  • Gauge is crucial to this project, since most clues use almost all of the yardage given in a skein. Please make sure to be on gauge to not run out of yarn.
  • Each clue’s notes include unblocked and blocked square measurements, as well as gauge details. These are mainly for you to keep track of tension while working on your square and to avoid running out of yarn. Please adjust your crochet hook size up or down if you significantly deviate from the specified numbers. It is preferable to get a smaller square than a larger one.
  • Each square is blocked after finishing the clue. You can opt to block everything before connecting all the clues. Be advised that Clues 1-9 need to have the same final dimensions.
  • The pattern uses 12 colors but can be made with more or fewer, if preferred.
  • The blanket version used approximately 2024 yds (1851 m) – C1: 169 yds (155 m), C2: 186 yds (170 m), C3: 173 yds (158 m), C4: 150 yds (137 m), C5: 186 yds (170 m), C6: 173 yds (158 m), C7: 165 yds (151 m), C8: 179 yds (164 m), C9: 154 yds (141 m), C10: 167 yds (153 m), C11: 150 yds (137 m), and C12: 175 yds (160 m). These yardages only include the amounts used in the clues themselves. Extra yardage used as colorwork will be specified in the respective clue notes.
  • The shrug version used approximately 1988 yds (1818 m) – C1: 179 yds (164 m), C2: 184 yds (168 m), C3: 177 yds (162 m), C4: 150 yds (137 m), C5: 184 yds (168 m), C6: 182 yds (166 m), C7: 169 yds (155 m), C8: 181 yds (166 m), C9: 159 yds (145 m), C10: 167 yds (153 m), C11: 142 yds (130 m), and C12: 113 yds (103 m).
  • You can choose to use a ch 2 at the beginning of rows/rounds instead of a chainless starting double crochet. The ch 2 at the beginning of rows does NOT count as a stitch throughout the pattern unless otherwise indicated. First double crochet will go into stitch containing ch 2.
  • VERY IMPORTANT: You will need to keep the leftover partial skeins, as you will need some of them later in the pattern.
  • The pattern includes written instructions, as well as charts for each clue.
  • For instructions on how to work a Magic Ring, check out this video. 

Designed by Johanna Huck

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your crocheting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here

"The soul may not be destroyed. The soul goes on forever. Like the number pi, it is without cessation or conclusion. Like pi it is a constant. Pi is an irrational number, incapable of being made into a fraction, impossible to divide from itself. So, too, the soul is an irrational, indivisible equation that perfectly expresses one thing: you.” – Joe Hill

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We are having a yearlong Mystery Crochet Along (MCAL) over on Ravelry. Click HERE to learn more and to join in on all the fun!

This pattern is free for a limited time. Just add to cart and complete checkout to receive the download. For more info, click hereBe sure to sign in to your account before you check out, so when future clues go live, you'll only need to login and re-download the pattern to receive the next clue.

Use code: clue2-2024mcal to take 15% off all of our Expression Fiber Arts Crema Worsted and Pearlescent Worsted yarns today. You can use this same code to take 15% off our adorable Indivisible Tote Bag and Enamel Pin.

SIZE: One size; 2 ways to finish 

Blanket: 51” (W) x 51” (H); 72” (diameter) / 130 cm x 130 cm; 183 cm

Shrug: 52” (W) x 22” (depth); 5” (each sleeve) / 132 cm x 56 cm; 13 cm 

MATERIALS: 

Expression Fiber Arts Crema Worsted yarn

Indivisible will require 12 different colored skeins total, and one clue will be released each month.

Recommended Crema Worsted clue colors: C1) Koala, and C2 Bella.

If those colors aren't available, any from this category will work.

  • We’re also putting together an alternative set of Crema Worsted colors that could be used for the 2024 MCAL. The clue colors in this Deep Jewels palette are: C1) Mountain Stream, and C2) Burnt Gold Crema Worsted.
  • We’re also curating a set of Pearlescent Worsted colors that could be used for the 2024 MCAL. The clue colors in this Sacred Forest palette are: C1) Crystal, and C2) Jane Pearlescent Worsted.

HOOK: 

US size ​​J (6.0 mm) hook or size needed to obtain gauge

SKILL LEVEL: 

Adventurous Beginner to Intermediate - For those crocheters who are ready to learn some new skills or stitch combinations. Concepts include working to gauge, color changes, reading charts, special stitches, seaming, and blocking.

Notes from the Designer:

Indivisible will take you on a yearlong journey of exploring new stitches using spectacular colors, while reflecting on what’s important in life – connection, harmony, continuity, and happiness.

Constructed by several very different pieces and using a variety of techniques, the full glory of Indivisible isn’t revealed until all the clues come together to build one big, harmonious unit. With the option of two different ways to finish the pattern, you will have the opportunity to create the ideal piece to fit your needs and desires. 

  • Click the Videos tab to watch a video about this month's clue.
  • Indivisible is a design that is made up of nine squares that are connected to a big one and finished off with two sets of borders, if you wish to make a blanket. For the shrug version, you will connect the respective corners to sleeves, and add a border to the body section. Each square is unique and differs in texture, construction, and stitch pattern. The goal was to use a new technique/stitch in every clue to make it challenging, but also fun.
  • Clues 1-9 are interchangeable. If the instructions are too challenging, you can substitute a square with a previous clue at any time.
  • Please make sure to carefully read every clue’s specific note before starting each clue.
  • Because I am a tight crocheter, I highly recommend checking your gauge against mine to ensure that you have enough yarn to complete the design and reach the desired measurements.
  • Gauge is crucial to this project, since most clues use almost all of the yardage given in a skein. Please make sure to be on gauge to not run out of yarn.
  • Each clue’s notes include unblocked and blocked square measurements, as well as gauge details. These are mainly for you to keep track of tension while working on your square and to avoid running out of yarn. Please adjust your crochet hook size up or down if you significantly deviate from the specified numbers. It is preferable to get a smaller square than a larger one.
  • Each square is blocked after finishing the clue. You can opt to block everything before connecting all the clues. Be advised that Clues 1-9 need to have the same final dimensions.
  • The pattern uses 12 colors but can be made with more or fewer, if preferred.
  • The blanket version used approximately 2024 yds (1851 m) – C1: 169 yds (155 m), C2: 186 yds (170 m), C3: 173 yds (158 m), C4: 150 yds (137 m), C5: 186 yds (170 m), C6: 173 yds (158 m), C7: 165 yds (151 m), C8: 179 yds (164 m), C9: 154 yds (141 m), C10: 167 yds (153 m), C11: 150 yds (137 m), and C12: 175 yds (160 m). These yardages only include the amounts used in the clues themselves. Extra yardage used as colorwork will be specified in the respective clue notes.
  • The shrug version used approximately 1988 yds (1818 m) – C1: 179 yds (164 m), C2: 184 yds (168 m), C3: 177 yds (162 m), C4: 150 yds (137 m), C5: 184 yds (168 m), C6: 182 yds (166 m), C7: 169 yds (155 m), C8: 181 yds (166 m), C9: 159 yds (145 m), C10: 167 yds (153 m), C11: 142 yds (130 m), and C12: 113 yds (103 m).
  • You can choose to use a ch 2 at the beginning of rows/rounds instead of a chainless starting double crochet. The ch 2 at the beginning of rows does NOT count as a stitch throughout the pattern unless otherwise indicated. First double crochet will go into stitch containing ch 2.
  • VERY IMPORTANT: You will need to keep the leftover partial skeins, as you will need some of them later in the pattern.
  • The pattern includes written instructions, as well as charts for each clue.
  • For instructions on how to work a Magic Ring, check out this video. 

Designed by Johanna Huck

You'll receive a digital file only (instantly downloadable as a PDF) and won't be shipped anything. Please allow a few minutes for the download link to be emailed to you. If the email doesn't arrive within a few minutes, just log into your account on our site, and you'll see your Completed Orders. From there, you'll find the download link.

Enjoy your crocheting!

Chandi

New? Read about our pattern download process here

"The soul may not be destroyed. The soul goes on forever. Like the number pi, it is without cessation or conclusion. Like pi it is a constant. Pi is an irrational number, incapable of being made into a fraction, impossible to divide from itself. So, too, the soul is an irrational, indivisible equation that perfectly expresses one thing: you.” – Joe Hill

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Craft: Crochet Free/Paid: Paid Yarn Weight: Worsted Yarn Base: Crema Worsted Yardage: 800+ Project Type: Blankets Project Type: Cardigans Difficulty: Intermediate

Customer Reviews 5 (9 Reviews) Write a Review

Indivisible
5 Stars

This is my first crochet along for each month. Loved the 1st minth, haven't received month 2 yet, waiting with anticipation. ??

Clue 1 almost done!
5 Stars

I am really enjoying this project, a couple new ways to do things! Works up pretty fast, pretty pattern!

MCAL
5 Stars

The mystery knit and crochet alongs are so much fun. I finished the first one in the crochet along and it came out pretty nice. Looking forward to the next clue!

Indivisible - 2024 MCAL (Mystery Crochet Along)
5 Stars

It is a great way to start the year with a new project!!! It is a nice and easy pattern.

Awesome design
5 Stars

It is soothing and calming and so beautiful to work on your projects.

fun project
5 Stars

Looking forward to the next clue

Indivisible MCAL 2024
4 Stars

Even though I'm an experienced crocheter, I have never done a CAL so I thought I would try this MCAL. The first thing I noticed was the gauge was really off! It was so far off that I went back to double check that it called for worsted weight yarn, rather than DK. The pattern called for a J hook, but I had to use an F hook to even get close to gauge. I noticed several others commenting on the same thing. Also, I decided to use a stacked sc rather than a csdc because it is much easier and gives smooth, clean edge. Otherwise, so far so good. I expect other Clues will also need the hook size adjusted to meet gauge. Thanks for letting me review this pattern so far. Looking forward to the next Clue!

Indivible
5 Stars

Stunning pattern!

great pattern
5 Stars

Just started doing this for 2024, instructions are good and plenty of support on line. Loving it so far easy to follow