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100 Caron Cakes Patterns
100 Caron Cakes Patterns

100 Caron Cakes Patterns

Caron Cakes came to be in celebration of 100 years of Caron Yarns. Now, designers have officially hit over 100 crochet and knitting patterns designed for this yarn.

Initially, this yarn was to be a three-month promotion but it took crocheters and knitters by storm. It completely caught Yarnspirations and Michaels with their pants down. Do you remember that?

I was called by Yarnspirations to ask to put together the journey of waiting for the cargo planes. It was nearly 6 weeks after the shelves were stripped bare to get new stock made and to replace the empty shelves at Michaels across Canada and the USA.

See over 100 Fabulous Crochet an Knit Patterns Here.

Other Patterns We Found Over the Years

  1. 19 Caron Cakes Projects from Other Designers
  2. 11 Caron Cakes Projects from Other Designers
  3. 53 Caron Cakes Projects from Other Designers
  4. 19 Caron Cotton Cakes Projects from Other Designers

Remember This Video Series of the Restocking?

12 thoughts on “100 Caron Cakes Patterns

  1. I have watched (and learned from) several of your tutorials. They are great. Love using cakes for projects because I dislike weaving in tails with every color change. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the rest of us.

  2. I have watched ( and learned from ) several of your tutorials. They are great. Love using cakes for projects, because I dislike weaving in tails with every color change. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the rest of us.

  3. Mikey, I just want to say whenever there is a video by you on any project, I take the time and watch it. I have had patterns and could not understand and when I watch how you do it, I have no problems. You are an excellent teacher. I will be following “The Crochet Crowd”. I have already seen one Afghan pattern that I will be trying.

  4. hi mikey
    just wondering if I could use the Caron cotton cakes to make some outdoor dream catchers to hang outside my trailer for the summer or would they rot and discolor over the summer? any idea I live in Sydney Cape Breton Ns and can not get the outdoor yarn here. thank you for your time huge fan here

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