The pattern is free and will be released every Thursday at 11:00 (CET) and posted as a pattern part page with pictures and as a downloadable printer friendly “only text” version. 

Video tutorials will be posted on the pattern page together with the written pattern. You may also find them, as they are released every week, on our YouTube channel. 

Kay will gently guide you through the pillow and shares tips, tricks and thoughts as she goes. 

Crochet charts have been drawn for all parts by the amazing Irina Palczynski and can be located under each written part and also as watermarked downloadable pdfs under translations.

To collect all questions and answers that will arise during the CAL we have created a forum.

You can read but to be able to post questions you’ll have to create an account; this is so we can avoid spam and keep it clean, quick and helpful. 

The pattern is written in English with US-terms.

Our amazing translators are working on providing the following translations. Click on the their names to check them out.  

We would of course love to add more languages. If you are interested in helping out with a translation; please contact us here on our contact form

If you’re wondering about the music found in the tutorials it is the music that was created specifically for The Butterfly Effect. It’s written by Kela Ahnhem and Erik Holmberg, produced by Erik Holmberg. ©Mars Music

You can now also choose to just listen and crochet away to the calming music of on YouTube!

peer support and social media

  • Use the #TheAfterEffectPillow and #SistersInStitchCAL for social media, also please tag @SistersInStitch so we can see your beautiful makes

  • Remember to join our official forum where we will be answering any questions you might have about us and the CAL

  • Add The After Effect Pillow to your Ravelry library

  • Follow us and the progress on Instagram

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This unique granny square collection com­bines the styles of 23 creative designers (including our very own Tess) from all over the world, who each bring their best game to the table. 

With ample suggestions for captivating combinations, written instructions as well as clear graphs for every square in the book, stitch instructions and techniques for blocking and joining, this sourcebook goes above and beyond to show you the endless possibilities of granny square crochet.


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