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) Cascade 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

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On Fire

Introducing my newest pattern, "On Fire Wrap". This pattern is self-published, and is available on Ravelry and Etsy for $4.00. It is also available on Craftsy and LoveCrochet.I will be teaching a project class on this wrap in January at my LYS. Hope lots of you can come! You can find out date, time, and… Continue reading On Fire

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Introducing the Bitterbrush Bandit

(C) 2014 InterweaveBetter late, than never, they say. So, here I am to introduce the "Bitterbrush Bandit" shawl from Interweave Crochet's special issue, Crochetscene.This is a traditionally-shaped triangular shawl, but is designed to be worn as a bandit scarf. It really makes a fun accessory to complete your outfit. The yarn is called Way Out… Continue reading Introducing the Bitterbrush Bandit

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Knit Shawl Finished (after Crochet rescued it)

Here is my Framework shawl all finished! This design is by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark and is available in Free-Spirit Shawls which I reviewed here.I also blogged recently about how I made an awful mistake while knitting this shawl a few weeks ago. You can find that post here.I love the shape of this shawl! It is long enough… Continue reading Knit Shawl Finished (after Crochet rescued it)

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Crochet to the Rescue!

Okay, so you've read the title of this post, and you're probably thinking, as you look at this picture, that is not crochet! You would be right. This is not a crochet project. I am knitting a lace shawl. Maybe you know, and maybe you don't, that knitting lace is a tad complicated. All those yarn overs… Continue reading Crochet to the Rescue!