eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

This set has been our most popular design since 2008! It all started when a woman named Josephine asked for help designing a shawl to be worn at her daughter’s wedding. Little did she know that The Animator’s Wife would take that shawl, turn it into a hip scarf, and add a matching halter top and gauntlets to create her favorite tribal costume. You may have seen her wearing it around the Maryland Renaissance Faire…

eBook : 12 patterns

This was Crochet Kitten’s very first collection of crochet patterns, featuring 12 different kittens!

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Doll
This is a written pattern for a basic amigurumi shape, but includes instructions on how to customize it to make any type of amigurumi you desire!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This hat gives beginner’s plenty of practice working in the round! While it is designed to be used with our free Beginner’s Guide to Crochet (see link), it is written as a stand alone pattern for all to enjoy.
Crochet: Legwarmers
These lacy leg warmers have an optional lacing up the back, so they “grow” with your little dancer. Available in both child and adult sizes.
Crochet: Animal Toy
This pattern holds a special place in our heart because it was our very first amigurumi pattern. It’s our very own mascot in crochet form, Miss Selena K, doing what she loves best! And this amigurumi doubles as a hook holder for mid-project breaks. Note the right paw?
Crochet: Shrug / Bolero
Crochet: Pullover, Other Top
Back in the 50s, women knew it took just as much time to throw on a skirt and sweater as it did a sweatshirt and dungarees, so why not pick the classier option? Our Dolled Up Blouse is your key to looking styled, yet comfy, and it’s super easy to make!
Crochet: Pet Toys
Is Kitty getting into the yarn again? Now she can have her very own yarn toy to keep her entertained!
Crochet: Pet Clothing
Crochet: Animal Toy
Crochet: Animal Toy
Our Layla Belly Dancer is the perfect gift for the belly dance enthusiast in your life! We chose a soft acrylic/nylon blend which makes her just right for cuddles. With her safety cat eyes, she is even appropriate for the littlest belly dancer.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
A Hundred Ravens asked us to design some fingerless gloves that were just a little bit steampunk and not too difficult. Well that to us just screamed for something lacy!
Crochet: Accessory
Your kitty helps with your yarn projects every day. Isn’t it time you reward her with her very own crocheted gift?
Crochet: Feet / Legs - Other
These shoes were made for walking--and showing off your crochet skill! This unique project works up quickly.
Crochet: Shrug / Bolero, Coat / Jacket
This Bed Jacket is just the thing for chilly mornings. It keeps you snug and warm while still allowing the freedom to crawl under the covers in bed or on the couch without a bulky robe getting in the way.
Crochet: Pullover
Made from worsted-weight, the Pussy Cat Sweater is designed to keep you warm this winter, yet it has a snug fit to show off all your curves. And a plunging neckline never hurt anyone, either.
Crochet: Drawstring Bag
”…and then--she found herself at last in the beautiful garden, among the bright flower-beds and the cool fountains.”
Crochet: Scarf
This pattern is perfect for beginners who would like to get a taste of all the basic crochet stitches! While it is designed to be used with our free Beginner’s Guide to Crochet (see link), it is also a stand alone pattern that anyone can use.
Crochet: Pet Clothing
Dress up your dog for Halloween and let him be a part of the Trick-or-Treat fun! At the least, he will certainly enjoy the attention.
Crochet: Costume
This costume set was inspired by a song called--wait for it--Sirens of Atlantis. It’s one of those taqsim numbers, and the choreography invokes the slow underwater movements of a mermaid.
Crochet: Cozy - Other
Now you can practice your zill skills quietly with these zill mufflers. They work up in about 15 minutes!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This Victorian-inspired shawl is actually a bit of a lesson in crochet mechanics. Learn how different stitch patterns relate to one another as you watch your shawl grow from small shells to large shells to shell lace, and finally to pineapples.