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eBook : 7 patterns

Beneath the Mango Moon is a collection of seven patterns to knit in an array of Mango Moon yarns. Stitch diagrams are included for pattern stitches, schematics for the one sized garment.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This quick little oval wrap is made of a soft cotton-blend yarn, in join-as-you-go flower motifs. Use a
Knitting: Pullover
Quick to knit, quick to throw on on top of any casual outfit, the Acorn sweater features an oversized fit
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
While crocheted mitered squares are simple to stitch, a little planning with the color placement can give you a finished piece that packs a strong visual punch!
Crochet: Cowl
The Substantial Cowl is, well, substantial! Bulky yarn held double and crocheted in thickly textured post stitches gives you an incredibly warm, super-fast-to-stitch, spot-on-trend mobius that is suitable
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
Quick to crochet, quick to toss on at the beach, this ultra-lacy tank top in super stretchy yarn
Crochet: Cardigan
This sparkly cardigan crochets up quickly with an openwork stitch and a 6.5 mm hook. It’s perfect for dressing up any outfit for the office party or an evening out with friends.
Crochet: Cowl
The Arches Cowl is a true moebius, started by putting a 180 degree twist in the first round of single crochet. It’s the
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
Quick to crochet, quick to toss on at the beach, this ultra-lacy tank top in super stretchy yarn is the perfect summer accessory. Light as air to carry and to wear – make several in your favorite summer brights to perk up your wardrobe.
Crochet: Duffle Bag
This sturdy barrel-shaped bag is perfect for a day on-the-go – use it for the gym, sports or dance practice, or carry
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
One of the great things about crocheting accessories is that you can pay great attention to design details without making a lifetime commitment to creating the project! These luscious gauntlets have glistening seed beads on the diamond section covering the back of the hand, and lace up with slinky silk ribbons that both look incredible and help ...
Crochet: Cardigan, Vest
The swing, swing, swingy shape of this a-line vest with tie-front closures gives a sleek, flattering finish to any outfit.
Knitting: Baby Blanket
There’s nothing like a new baby to make us want to wield our knitting needless in a frenzy of creativity. There are tons of ways to make a fabulous baby blanket, but these two beauties are the ultimate in practicality as well. Each fits neatly inside a car seat with just a little bit of fabric to tuck around its occupant, and has an off-center o...
Knitting: Cardigan
This lovely cardigan was inspired by the classic vintage beaded sweaters that were so popular in the 1950s, with
Crochet: Cardigan
The Rose Cardigan is a flattering combination of openwork stitching and clean shaping. Built in two directions off of the center band, the stitch patterns are set up so the fabric expands a bit in width as you stitch, giving you a terrific cardigan that forms to your curves without bulk where you don’t want it!
Crochet: Clutch
The Melinda purse is the perfect clutch for Fall!
Knitting: Cowl, Neck / Torso - Other
This confection of lace and beads is knitted flat, then sewn into a moebius shape during assembly. An easy-to-learn lace repeat made up in a pre-beaded lightweight yarn gives you an elegant, flexible neck or head covering that looks a lot more complicated to make than it is!
Crochet: Vest
Now available as a download (with no errata!)
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This very lacy, incredibly drapey shawl is a design I made for a birthday present for my friend Renee. Renee is a needlepoint designer so is already yarn-friendly, but she is fascinated by yarn that has a long color repeat-– long repeats are not incredibly useful in most needlepoint!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Neat little stacks of flowers make up the Fleuron Shawl. Made in soft merino wool in a lacy floral pattern, it is the perfect topper for a variety of outfits – not too warm, not too cold, it is just right!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Now available as a single pattern, great if you don’t have the book!
Crochet: Scarf
Gateway to another dimension? Nope, but the Portals Scarf can lead to all sorts of crocheting fun!
Knitting: Beret, Tam, Beanie, Toque
Sometimes a stitch pattern will just tell you what it wants to be. This one, with alternating columns of leaves and garter stitch, really wanted to be a slouchy hat! I love the way the decreases for the crown fit neatly into the established stitch pattern.
Crochet: Cowl
Soft yarn, a simple stitch pattern, and several sizes of crochet hooks combine to create a stylish shaped cowl that looks great, feels terrific and didn’t use up too many brain cells to create!
Knitting: Pullover
This natural tunic with an emphasis on “flare” is great for any time of year. Worn over jeans or slacks, it can go anywhere.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Sleeveless Top
It’s the details that make this simply shaped tank top a go-to summer piece. The split, seed stitch hem allows the top to hang neatly, and the small intarsia triangle makes the front visually interesting.
Crochet: Scarf, Beanie, Toque
Long, skinny scarves may be fashionable, but they aren’t really warm! Cold weather calls for this wide, cushy scarf
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
I find I get the most use out of wardrobe pieces that can be worn in a variety of ways. This lacy, oversized, linen and cotton rectangle can be worn as a simple shawl, or you can slip your arms or head through the slits and arrange it in several different looks.
Crochet: Purse, Wristlet, Drawstring Bag
Net bags are great for marketing, but sometimes smaller items get caught in the holes, or lost in the process of
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Damask is one of those designs that grew from my hook as I doodled. It doesn’t look at all like what I originally envisioned, but I love its Victorian look. I was inspired by the meandering textures of old damask napkins and tablecloths.
Knitting: Cowl
A lacy cowl is perfect for changeable weather - you can cover your head if it drizzles, your ears if they are cold, or just pile it around your neck to keep off the chill. And no matter which way you wear it, you still look great!
Crochet: Throw
Inspiration comes from many places – this throw is loosely based on an openwork cement support I saw holding up a friend’s front porch.
Knitting: Pullover
A delicate open work pattern gives you a top that’s light and lacy, yet still covers you up where it counts. This scoop-necked pullover has a very slight a-line cut so it will skim the body from the fitted bust to the hip, and the crisp, linen/cotton blend yarn gives great stitch definition.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
There’s nothing like a new baby to make us want to wield our crochet hooks in a frenzy of creativity. There are tons of ways to make a fabulous baby blanket, but these two beauties are the ultimate in praciticality as well. Each fits neatly inside a car seat with just a litte bit of fabric to tuck around its occupant, and has an off-center...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Finished size on this one is 60” wide at widest point, 27 ” tall at tallest point. Top side points are angled, this is not a triangle shape.
Crochet: Purse
Don’t let the five skeins listed fool you - there was a lot of yardage leftover. I would estimate 240 yards of the main color, about 100 yards each of the three contrast colors.
Crochet: Mid-calf Socks
This sock is both knitted and crocheted - fun and fast!
Knitting: Scarf
The website this was featured on is long gone so it’s now a free Ravelry download. PLEASE REMEMBER this was created long before I started Hooked for Life so there is no pretty formatting or charts, and it does not look like my current work!