Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
This is the sophisticated older sister to the Southern Lights Cowl. Another mobius construction with a simple body repeat, the deep lace edging really sets off this piece. Made large enough to drape beautifully, it gives the appearance of wearing a shrug with a deep collar.
The Guinivere choker is a quick beaded choker that will add a bit of elegance to any outfit. Made in size 10 crochet thread and seed beads, it is easy to make this to match any outfit. Perfect for brides and bridesmaids, it is easy to customize to the wedding colors.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Make this sweet and simple baby blanket out of easy care acrylic, and it’s sure to be a blanket treasured for a lifetime. Colors shown here coordinated with a baby boy’s nursery, but you can change any of the colors to work with the recipient’s nursery. Make larger by making more squares.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
Lacy fingerless mitts that are great for wearing around town or at home. Made with wool, the lace pattern stretches and hugs your wrists and hands, providing warmth and beauty. This is an intermediate pattern and uses the foundation single crochet as well as shaping and front and back post double crochet stitches. Sample is shown in smaller size.
This mobius cowl made in yummy Mini Mochi fingering weight wool is a great addition to any wardrobe. Due to the nature of the mobius, the cowl grows evenly from the center out all while working on the right side. This pattern uses foundation double crochet and V-stitches. The cowl is stretchy due to the nature of both the wool and the stitches.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is for a quick and cozy shawl. Made with both Cartwheel and Eclipse, it is both casual and classy at the same time. The colors in the pattern reminded me of chambray shirts and khaki pants, the ultimate in business casual wear. :)
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This is a simple pattern for introducing Broomstick Lace. It only takes approximately 1oz of cotton worsted weight. Gauge isn’t critical for this project. If you’d rather use a dowel or a different size needle for your loops, feel free. Enjoy!
This scarf is great for stash busting through those skeins of bulky weight yarn (6oz is all you need!) that you have a hard time seeing your stitches in. It utilizes front and back post double crochet stitches. This gives the scarf a thick mesh look which is warm and cushy.