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Knitting: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
The Nautilus Shawlette is a versatile accessory knit from fingering weight yarn. It drapes naturally over your shoulders and can be fastened with a shawl pin, too. The spiral appliques are inspired by designs found in nature – beautiful spirals can be seen in nautilus shells, fingerprints, ripples, and flowers.
Crochet: Necklace
This cute bow necklace is a fun way to show off your crochet skills and add a pop of color to your outfit! It uses very basic crochet techniques, so it’s perfect for all levels of crocheters. But beware – these bows are addictive and you may want one in every color!
Crochet: Cup / Mug
This mug tam is a fun and easy crochet project for anyone who likes to drink yummy hot beverages like tea or coffee! Cozy wool yarn helps trap heat so your drink stays warm on even the coldest morning. This pattern was designed to work with common “average” coffee mugs. I tested it on a generic mug that measures 3 inches (7.5 cm) across, and on ...
Crochet: Scarf
The Snow Day Scarf is a scrumptious, luxurious accessory that will make you feel cozy on even the coldest days. It is crocheted with beautiful yarn and a textural stitch (a stitch that looks complicated but is very easy to memorize once you do a few rows!). I like to pin my scarf with a rustic shawl pin or fancy brooch. Just depends on my mood : )
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These cozy arm warmers are just the thing for cold weather. They can extend the life of your three-quarter sleeved tops or layer with long sleeves for extra warmth. The arm warmers have rolled edges, a little ruching at each wrist, and a cute beaded detail. The beautiful yarn I used for this pair is a blend of alpaca and bamboo fibers, so it’s w...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This gorgeous little hat was inspired by the golden light of autumn and the beautiful colors of changing leaves. Autumn in my state of Alabama is a wonderful time – a welcome break from the heat and humidity of southern summers, mild and sunny, full of fireplace smells and football games. I call this hat the “Longleaf Hat” because our state tree...
Knitting: Hats - Other
The Woodland Creature Hat is a really fun and cute accessory that reminds me of a fox or a squirrel! The hat is knit flat and seamed up the sides, so the corners make little ears when you put it on. It is knit entirely in stockinette stitch, so it’s perfect for beginning knitters. This pattern is a one-size-fits-most pattern for adults (my head ...
Knitting: Cowl
This cute heart cowl is knit from a single skein of Lorna’s Shepherd Worsted yarn. Of course, you can also choose to substitute your favorite yarn – most worsted weight yarns will work great for this project. Ones skein of Lorna’s Shepherd Worsted is about 100 grams (4 oz) and has 225 yards of yarn. This cowl is knit in the round on circular nee...
Crochet: Scarf
This ruffle scarf is a fun and simple project that is great for all levels of crocheters. Although the design looks complicated, it is easy to make using only single and double crochet stitches! The crochet technique used to make this project is called “hyperbolic crochet” (that’s the fancy math name – but you don’t need to be a math whiz to do ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Elysium Hat is a autumn or winter accessory and it’s surprisingly easy to knit! The pattern is unisex, so it is perfect for both men & women. It is comfortable, cozy and versatile. This is a one-size pattern that fits most adult heads and is great for all knitters who are comfortable with knitting in the round.
Crochet: Costume, Softies - Other
This crochet brain is a fun and easy project that is quick to complete because it’s made with bulky weight yarn. It’s a fun piece to have on your shelf, use with your “mad scientist” Halloween costume, or make for kids (kids love brains!). The brain has a fuchsia colored center and a lighter pink outer edge. The crochet technique used to make th...
Knitting: Cuffs
These lace patterned wrist warmers are the perfect accessory for bringing your wardrobe into autumn or adding an extra layer to your winter attire. They are knit with sock yarn so they are sleek enough to layer under your shirts and sweaters without losing any of their cozy warmth, and lace pattern is so pretty peeking out from under your sleeve...
Crochet: Cup / Mug
Hand crocheted mug cozies add some personality to your cup, protect your hands, and add a layer of insulation to keep your beverage warm. Plus, they give you a chance to show off your fancy crochet skills at the office, school, or wherever you drink your coffee! They even cover the bottom of the cup, so they act as a coaster, too! Each cozy fast...
Knitting: Headband
The Retro Lady Ear Warmer is a great cold weather accessory and it’s surprisingly easy to knit! I was inspired by the awesome turban hats and scarves from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s when I made up this fun pattern. It looks like a headband, but is wide enough to cover your ears when the cold winds blow.
Knitting: Accessory
This adorable cat hat is fun and quick project for all levels of knitters. You will use some simple techniques (knitting, purling, 2x2 ribbing, knitting in the round on DPN’s) and a small amount of yarn to finish this cute and tiny hat.
Knitting: Cup / Mug, Coffee / Tea Pot
This cute coffee cozy will protect your delicate hands from that steaming hot cup of coffee! It fits standard size take out cups and reusable equivalents.
Knitting: Scarf, Cowl
The Honeybee Scarflette is fun and quick project for all levels of knitters. You will use some simple techniques (knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, and i-cord) and a less than 100 grams of yarn to make this project.
Knitting: Food Cozy, Cozy - Other
This ice cream cozy is perfect for keeping your warm hands off of that freezing cold container of ice cream! It fits pint sized containers and the 2x2 rib pattern gives it a nice, snug fit. The combination of knitting, purling, and knitting 2 stitches together makes it a great pattern for all levels of knitters.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The Nimbus Hat is a great cold weather accessory and it’s surprisingly easy to knit! The pattern looks complicated, but it’s just a combination of knitting, purling, and slipping a few stitches. This makes it great for all levels of knitters.
Knitting: Pet Clothing, Accessory
This adorable cat hat is fun and quick project for all levels of knitters. You will use some simple techniques (knitting, purling, 2x2 ribbing, knitting in the round on DPN’s) and a small amount of yarn to finish this cute and tiny hat.