Free crochet hat pattern by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio
Crochet for women, crochet patterns, Hats, Uncategorized

Haileyville Hat, a FREE Crochet Pattern

This is "Haileyville Hat," a crochet pattern. What you really want in a hat is warmth, so this one is long enough to cover your ears, and only has a bit of openwork detail for visual interest. Get 2 FREE pattern when you subscribe!   I love this yarn! It is Cascade Yarns 220 Superwash… Continue reading Haileyville Hat, a FREE Crochet Pattern

How to crochet the bobble stitch, a video tutorial by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio
Cowls, crochet how-to, Tutorials, Uncategorized

How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch

What is a crochet bobble stitch? A bobble stitch is the kind of puffy stitch you see in the photo above. It looks like a little ball that sits on top of your crochet fabric.   Get 2 FREE patterns when you subscribe!   Why would I want to use a bobble stitch? Bobble stitches… Continue reading How to Crochet a Bobble Stitch

Crochet cowl in Chic Sheep yarn, pattern by April Garwood of Banana Moon Studio
Cowls, crochet patterns, Uncategorized

Dot-to-dot Cowl in Chic Sheep Yarn

Hello friends! I'm so excited about this blog post. For a couple of reasons. First, this is my first time posting on my new blog that is integrated with my website. I know it doesn't look like the first post, but that is because I moved all my old blog posts over here. Second, this… Continue reading Dot-to-dot Cowl in Chic Sheep Yarn

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Free Crochet Shawl Pattern – Sonoran Sunset Wrap

I've got a free crochet pattern for you! Hello friends! I'm so excited to bring you this new free crochet pattern! Allow me to introduce, "Sonoran Sunrise Wrap." I'm enamored with this beautiful wrap! I'm going to buy myself a new maxi dress just so that I can wear this wrap to church (because it… Continue reading Free Crochet Shawl Pattern – Sonoran Sunset Wrap

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How to Join in a New Ball of Yarn – A NEW method!

  Not too long ago I started joining in new balls of yarn differently than I used to. It developed because of the way that I spin yarn. When I'm plying my handspun yarn, and one ply runs out, I join in the next one just by overlapping the end of the new single with the… Continue reading How to Join in a New Ball of Yarn – A NEW method!