Crochet for women, crochet patterns, Ponchos, Shawls and wraps, Uncategorized

Willow Creek Wrap Crochet Pattern

A lacy crocheted wrap Wrap your shoulders in lacy cotton as you stroll in the springtime. Willow Creek Wrap will add a light and lovely layer. It is crocheted in (affiliate link)┬áCascade Yarns Ultra Pima Fine in color #3717 Sand. It requires 7 skeins. This yarn is my favorite cotton yarn out there! It is… Continue reading Willow Creek Wrap Crochet Pattern

Crochet for women, crochet patterns, Scarves, Shawls and wraps, Uncategorized

Stribet Scarf, a Crochet Pattern

Today I am happy to tell you about my design, "Stribet". This is a design that I did for Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts, a delightful yarn company out of Canada. The yarn for this design is Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts Merino/Cashmere/Nylon fingering weight. Let me tell you, this yarn is so nice to work with… Continue reading Stribet Scarf, a Crochet Pattern

Crochet for women, crochet patterns, Shawls and wraps, Uncategorized

Trip Trap Wrap, a Unique Crochet Wrap

(C) Annie's. Used with permission. A unique crochet wrap made with trapezoids! Introducing my Trip Trap Wrap. This can be found in the Spring 2016 issue of Crochet! magazine. Get 2 FREE patterns when you subscribe! Some links in this post are affiliate links to Amazon. If you click on one and then make a… Continue reading Trip Trap Wrap, a Unique Crochet Wrap

Crochet for women, crochet patterns, Shawls and wraps, Uncategorized

Shifting Shawl, a Crochet Pattern with Filet Lace

(C) Interweave/F+W Media Introducing Shifting Shawl, a crochet pattern! Today I'm here to tell you about Shifting Shawl, a pattern of mine found in Interweave Crochet, Fall 2015. Click here to get the pattern from Interweave. Click here to see it on Ravelry.   Get 2 FREE patterns when you subscribe!   Truthfully, this is… Continue reading Shifting Shawl, a Crochet Pattern with Filet Lace

Crochet and Knitting Book Reviews, knitting patterns, Shawls and wraps, Tops & Sweaters

Book Review: Warm Days, Cool Knits

Today I am reviewing this wonderful knitting book, Warm Days, Cool Knits, for you dear readers! I was fortunate to win this book by listening to The Yarn Thing podcast with Marly Bird. She interviewed the designer, Corrina Ferguson of Picnic Knits. I left a comment on her show notes and won the book and… Continue reading Book Review: Warm Days, Cool Knits