Whew, what a week! I’ve been fighting with some technical difficulties all week long, and I *think* everything is fixed–for now, at least. All delays aside, I am so excited to finally share these two squares of our Firefly CAL: it’s Jayne’s hat and River’s axes!

These squares worked out great and look super shiny. I’m especially pleased with how Jayne’s hat turned out. Pretty cunning, don’t you think?

img_0734

img_0735

You can download the PDF graph for Jayne’s Hat here.

You can download the PDF graph for River’s Axes here.

Each PDF contains a graph and a legend that lists the hook size and the recommended yarn for that square. They also have arrows on them and are arranged for use with the C2C method, starting in the bottom-right corner of the graphs.

As you may know, I have decided not to be doing written instructions for this CAL as I have for past CALs. You can find more information on why in this post.

Looking for the yardage/color chart? Find it here!

Want to start, but you’re not familiar with C2C? Check out our tutorial series here.

Missed the first square? Check out the Serenity graph here!

Next week’s squares are the Hands of Blue squares (there are two of them!) and the Browncoat Flag (one of my personal favorites), both of which will be posted next Friday, February 17th. Craft on!

3 replies on “The Firefly CAL: Jayne’s Hat & River’s Axes

Leave a Reply