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Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This fun and flirty summer shawl took it’s cue from the dye pots over at Lorna’s Laces - I was aiming to maximize the dappled sunlight effect of the yarn’s variegation. An easy lace pattern + big hook size makes for fast work - perfect to whip up and wear when the weather is hot, hot, hot, but you’ll look cool as a cucumber.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
These super warm and surprisingly stretchy wristers are a beautiful combination of lace and lines thanks to broomstick lace. They work up quickly, so find some of your softest yarn (preferably with some halo) and whip these up. Your future warm hands thank you very much.
This quick and oh-so-warm and squoishy scarf works up really quickly - clearly the sub-theme of this collection! I love it in this warm, cinnamon-y colorway, but definitely choose the color that looks great on you and fits in with your wardrobe, so you’ll get to wear it all the time.
Crochet: Coat / Jacket
This coat, while rated for an intermediate crocheter, comes together quickly. It’s bottom-up construction in one piece to the armholes. The silky fur trim at collar and cuffs are worked separately and seamed on at the end. There’s no incredibly difficult stitches here, so it absolutely works up quickly. And in those wonderful Lion Br...
These two ethereal necklaces are sure to pretty up even the most ho-hum outfit. Don’t let the uneven nature of the motifs on the shorter necklace throw you - that’s a main factor in the charm of the piece. Think unstructured crackled glass with beads for bling.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This gorgeous crescent-shaped crochet shawl contains a mixture of traditional crochet lace and broomstick lace. It’s warm, oh-so-squoishy and simply divine in this saturated jewel color. Be warm, oh crafty gal, but be a show-stopping warm gal. So smart, you.
Just in time for those last-minute gifts you know you want to make, my La Vitre scarf is an easy one-row pattern that works up quickly. It’s soft (alpaca/silk), warm, has great drape and just the right amount of bling with the addition of Japanese silver-lined seed beads on each edge. This pattern can easily be enlarged for a shawl or made...
Crochet: Coffee / Tea Pot
Living in the Pacific Northwest, it’s no wonder I love coffee. I especially like making coffee in my French press, but hate that it cools off so quickly. Utilizing the insulating properties of alpaca, and showing off WonderWhyGal’s most excellent Certified Sorted alpaca yarn, I devised this chic cozy in fingering weight yarn held dou...