Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Take the classic Ripple and turn it on it’s head! The ripple that is used for the body is the same ripple that edges all four sides of the scarf with mind boggling effects! Professionally tech edited with full symbol diagrams, you’ll love this easy to memorize scarf.
Crochet: Afghan block
I’m giving you the building block, you decide the project! Choose your color, choose your yarn, choose your project. Use scraps or plan your color scheme. Make a scarf, shawl, cowl, skirt, whatever you want. It’s a Hexagon Thing, you decide. They are join as you go, so keep adding until you get the shape you want. Use one color or tw...
This heavy, squishy blanket is so much fun to make. The square motif would also make a great pillow. It is rates as an intermediate to advanced pattern because there is much switching of hooks, working into back or front loop only, and working multiple times into the same st.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This Advanced pattern is a CAL on www.GoCrochet.com beginning 3/15/10. This pattern is jam-packed with 15 photos (sized down to keep the file manageable) to illustrate the interesting Post stitches and decreases. Notes are included about multiples so you can customize the length and height of your finished product. Come join us for the fun!
The dress runs small. For best results consider the dimensions and choose the appropriate size for the child. Please note, that not all the colors may be currently available. Please consider your color scheme and the availability before purchasing the pattern.
The Go To Scarf PDF is now available. You first saw it when I was testing the Stitch Nation Bamboo Ewe yarn on my blog www.GoCrochet.com I re-stitched the scarf in Universal Cotton Supreme and added some optional color accents. But really, you can make this scarf in any yarn at any gauge. It’s quick and easy. I think I’m going to beg...
You can do it! Professionally tech edited, this pattern is an ideal first garment. Some shaping is involved as well as FP stitches. I wore this vest in my interview on Knit and Crochet Now, tv show. Find my interview on PBS Create in Spring 2010. www.knitandcrochetnow.com
This is a pattern and a FELTING TUTORIALfull of swatch practices to help you learn many nuances of felting. This 10 page comprehensive tutorial includes recommendations for further reading and specifics on water temperature, agitation, and different methods of felting! To complete the swatches, you will need small amounts (50 yds) of various woo...
This lacy Tunisian scarf is made from a one-row repeat of Tunisian cluster stitch that is easily memorized. Though simple, the resulting Tunisian stitches are elegant and practical. Excellent drape and loft are hallmarks of this design and are owed in part to the wool/linen yarn.