This braided cowl may look difficult, but with the detailed photo tutorial you’ll have yours finished in no time.
This beautiful cowl is warm as well as stylish.
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These two creatures are here to hold your stuff!
Using super bulky weight yarn, the pattern works up super quick and can easily be adapted to change the look of your monster. Or leave the eyes off and have a normal hanging basket.
These monsters can hold magazines, remotes, phones, yarn, and anything else you can stuff in their mouths.
You’ll receive instructions for two different sized baskets.
The large one measures: approx. 15” across (when laid flat) x 17” tall (without hanger)
And the small is: approx. 7” across (when laid flat) x 9” tall (without hanger)
The newest free pattern is a viewer request.
She wanted a beanie with a hole for her ponytail. The video tutorial shows you how to make this as well as telling you how you can turn this into a beanie with a fold-up at the bottom.
The Blossom and Broomsticks Infinity Scarf is the newest pattern in my shop. I wanted a cute and lightweight scarf that transitioned well from summer to fall and this is what I came up with.
However, if you change the yarn recommended to a wool, then you’ll have a great scarf to transition from fall to winter. 2-fer!!
The “dropped stitch” effect is made with broomstick crochet.
Never tried broomstick crochet? No problem!
The pattern includes an exclusive step-by-step video tutorial on the full pattern repeat. You can learn broomstick as you go.
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I recently made a Broomstick lace tutorial, but wanted to give you a pattern to go with it. Here is the Broomstick Lace Shawl. It is a pretty easy shawl once you pick up the broomstick part. It’s great for anytime of year and drapes so well you can wear it like a scarf too.
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Skill Level: Easy
This scarf is made with one skein of a self striping light weight yarn and has a cute heart lace pattern. It is great for a child or adult.
A simple pattern made from chains and double crochets you will want to make one for every friend you have. This piece is great for anytime of year.
The pattern include a written pattern as well as a stitch diagram. There is also an exclusive step-by-step video tutorial that you can link to right from the pattern in case you need extra help.
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This month’s motif of the month was a last minute viewer request.
She had asked for a diamond shaped granny “square”. So I worked up a simple change to a normal granny square to make this shape a true diamond.
I also show a different way to weave in your ends this month.
Using a latch hook (here is the one I use if you’re not sure what a latch hook is) instead of a yarn needle, you can weave in any size yarn fast and easily.
The video will show you how it works.
This new pattern is a 2fer!
One pattern will get you not only a cute neckerchief, but also a handy head scarf.
Using linked double crochet this easy project will give you a solid, yet thin fabric. Plus it is a single row repeat, so it’s perfect to take on any upcoming trips.
You can also watch a review I did on the yarn used. This is from the Zealana company (the one’s who use brushtail possum.) It’s called Air and it’s really fantastic to work with. Check out the full review right below.