Tracey Logan

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Crochet: Headband
This headband consists of a pretty, lacy openwork front, and a smaller ribbed band in the back to make the fit comfortable and snug with just enough give. Perfect for springtime, perfect for autumn, it’s just enough to add a little warmth and keep flyaway hair contained without being sweaty and overly warm.
Crochet: Softies - Other
Ok, I tend to obsess over details. The original idea for this isn’t mine, but the pattern itself and each component part entirely is my own personal design. After a few attempts at making other patterns that were never quite what I wanted, I decided to write my own pattern. My fuse is poseable and not floppy, my bomb looks like a bomb. My lette...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is part of my Intentionally Quirky Hat series. The Slouchy, The Beanie and The Messy Bun Hat all are similarly designed but each a separate, unique design and complete pattern of their own.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is part of my Intentionally Quirky Hat series. The Slouchy, The Beanie and The Messy Bun Hat all are similarly designed but each a separate, unique design and complete pattern of their own.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This pattern works best with a hook a size or two larger than you’d normally use. For the band, where I’d normally use an I, instead I used a J, and for the rest, I wanted it super squishy and relaxed so I went all the way up to an L. I’ve left plenty of room in this pattern to customize fit and style so this becomes your new FAVORITE Slouchy H...
Crochet: Christmas Stocking
I greatly dislike sewing and almost every other stocking pattern I found had a part that involved sewing, so my goal was to make a fully crocheted in one piece Christmas Stocking. This pattern will work with any yarn and appropriately sized hook to match the yarn you’ve chosen and as it’s a decorative only item not meant to be worn, it will jus...
Crochet: Cloche Hat
My newest cloche pattern is another top down design, but much more closed construction this time, ideally suited for those going through chemo, or who want a delicate cloche, but with just a little more warmth.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This works well with any worsted weight yarn -- though in my original sample photos the “frosting” round I chose to work in a variegated DK yarn double-stranded to give the appearance of “sprinkles” in my frosting.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I’ve used Caron Simply Soft when making this hat, and a lighter worsted weight works well - especially for the frosting round.