eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 6 patterns

This e-book contains patterns for JulieAnny’s Stained Glass Afghan Block, In Treble, Firenze, and Big Flower, and Eight-Pointed Flower 12, which are 12” Afghan Squares. Also included are Eight-Pointed Flower 9, Firenze Jr, and Precious, which are 9” Afghan Squares. A 6” Version of Precious can also be made from pattern.

eBook : 9 patterns

New collection of afghan block patterns at a bargain price! Collection includes Holiday Ornament, Loopy Dishcloth, Sunflower Too, Sweet and Fair, Suncatcher, Catalina, Hexagon Hotpad, Spiky Circle, and Spiral Circle to Square for a total of 9 12” Afghan Square patterns.

eBook : 8 patterns

This e-book contains the patterns for 7 12-inch afghan blocks - Tangled Web, Strawberry Blossom, Another Sunflower Block, Viva la Vida, Mum in Treble, Water Lily Square, and Sun Catcher Afghan Square, and a 9” square, Heart to Heart. There is also included a 9” version of Mum in Treble and a 9” version of Water Lily Square, for a total of 10 patterns.

eBook : 7 patterns

This contains all the patterns that make up the Garden State Afghan.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Afghan block
Easy double crochet clusters form a lush and unique square. Straightforward repetitive stitching. Lacy look but dense and sturdy block. Mix up your colors for a different look.
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is a beautiful and easy to stitch square to add to all your sampler afghans.
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is the last installment in our Block of the Month 2013 on the Julie Yeager Designs Board.
Crochet: Afghan block
This started out as a round dishcloth; the loopy fabric in cotton yarn will provide nice scrubbing texture. When expanded into a 12” square it will make a thick and substantial afghan square. I think it would also be fabulous as a pillow top.
Crochet: Afghan block
October 2013 Afghan Block of the Month on the Julie Yeager Designs Board. Come on over and crochet along with us with a free 12” afghan square pattern each month of 2013.
Crochet: Afghan block
I was thinking about how pretty and easy this block is, and I was trying to think of a name, and I was thinking about the county fairs at this time of the year and I came up with Sweet and Fair!
Crochet: Afghan block
Inspired by the saturated colors and distinctive style of the tilework of Mexico and Southern California, this afghan block is repetitive and easy to stitch with striking results.
Crochet: Afghan block
Like light shining through a stained-glass window, this afghan square will make you smile. It is easy to stitch with only a few post stitches; most is single and double crochet.
Crochet: Throw
The Garden State Afghan reflects a profusion of flowers scattered across the grass. Constructed in three sizes of portable squares, crocheting this afghan will provide you with hours of enjoyment as you let your creative powers flow.
Crochet: Afghan block
July Block of the Month on the Julie Yeager Designs board. Come join us and CAL with a new free design every month in 2013.
Crochet: Afghan block
August 2013 block on the Julie Yeager Designs board. Come join us for a new 12” afghan block design every month this year.
Crochet: Afghan block
These are patterns for two 8” x 8” blocks that present some interesting and fun-to-make techniques.
Crochet: Afghan block
This is a 12” x 12” block with some interesting techniques that will make you feel very clever when completed.
Crochet: Afghan block
These are patterns for 4 4” afghan squares that present some interesting and fun-to-make techniques.
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is the sixth and final Clue, along with joining and bordering instructions, to complete JulieAnny’s Mystery Afghan 2013. This is a 12” afghan square. Come along with us and Crochet Along on the Julie Yeager Designs board and see previous clues.
Crochet: Afghan block
These are patterns for two 8” x 8” blocks that present some interesting and fun-to-make techniques.
Crochet: Afghan block
These are patterns for four 4” x 4” blocks that present some interesting and fun-to-make techniques.
Crochet: Afghan block
May Block of the Month on the Julie Yeager Designs Board. Come on over and Crochet A-Long with a free 12” Afghan Block design every month of 2013.
Crochet: Afghan block
Like “In Treble,” this pattern relies on the treble cluster. Much of the flower is double thickness so it will make a warm and cushy afghan. The pattern is repetitive and easily learned - all of which spells fun crocheting in my book! Photo tutorial included with pattern.
Crochet: Afghan block
April 2013 Block of the Month from Julie Yeager Designs.
Crochet: Afghan block
Fun Valentine’s Day-themed afghan block features my yo-yo circles worked into the pattern, then outlined to make a familiar heart shape. A border round of heart-shaped V-stitches adds a little whimsy.
Crochet: Afghan block
Bright, whimsical 12” afghan square utilizing my “yo-yo” technique in which the flowers are worked right into the fabric of an easy double crochet granny square.
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is my 12” version of the Sun motif from my September Morning Afghan. Three-dimensional leaves surrounding a textured center, on a solid double-crochet base. Final round in tapestry crochet technique.
Crochet: Afghan block
Three-dimensional five-petaled flower is pretty and fun to make. Crab stitch and raised border add variety.
Crochet: Afghan block
This is a 12” Afghan Block with an interesting post stitch construction - the surface crochet is worked within the pattern and looks a little like a spider web. I also thought “Tangled Web” described the friendly online relationship we all have here on Ravelry.
Crochet: Throw
This is an eye-catching afghan constructed of six enormous granny squares. Large expanses of solid color will help you appreciate your beautiful yarn colors. Easy stitching with mostly double crochet will provide a relaxing crochet experience.
Crochet: Afghan block
I thought this pattern was reminiscent of Italian ceramic tiles. Easy construction that works up quickly. Color possibilities are endless.
Crochet: Afghan block
Quick 6” pattern using an interesting surface crochet technique. 9” version includes a few rounds of an easy textured pattern.
Crochet: Afghan block
Newly Added: 12” Version of this popular block. Now both the 9” and 12” versions are included in the pattern.
Crochet: Afghan block
Quick and easy granny-square works up as a 12” afghan block in worsted/aran weight yarn or make it an 18” pillow top with Bulky yarn and an M/N hook.
Crochet: Afghan block
This 12” afghan square is fast, fun and deceptively easy to crochet. Use black as your outline for a stained glass effect, or go with a bright or muted palette. You can’t go wrong, and I’ll bet you can’t make just one.
Crochet: Afghan block
Crocheted in the round like a granny square, this textural beauty will remind you of an endless field of flowers. Worked primarily in treble crochet, three rows of border will bring it up to 12”.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is a quick to make hat in single crochet using the Tapestry Crochet technique. 3 sizes are offered, 22, 23, and 24”. You will need approximately 65 g of Main Color and 25 g of a Contrast Color of an aran or worsted weight yarn.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A cute introduction to intarsia knitting, you can use up small amounts of yarn leftovers with this quick and easy beret, which is knit flat and seamed. Knowledge of Knit, Purl, increases and decreases, mattress stitch and the basics of intarsia (wrapping new color) is needed to succeed with this pattern. Uses about 15 grams (25 yards) each of 6 ...
Crochet: Throw
And now for something completely different - a new approach to the hexagon afghan. 61 hexagons in 6 different patterns bordered and arranged in a fun shape. You can use as few as 4 colors or as many as you’d like. This afghan boasts portable construction, a variety of crochet stitches, a unique and unusual shape, and you can even use it as...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This hat is based on the corrugated rib stitch popularly used in waistbands and wristbands of Fair Isle type sweaters. You knit one color and purl the second color so the stitch forms a double layered fabric that does not curl and is much less stretchy than most ribbing. This would be a good time to learn two handed stranding - I usually do the ...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The stitch pattern in this hat expands on the corrugated rib stitch popularly used in waistbands and wristbands of Fair Isle type sweaters. You knit one color and purl the second color so it does not curl, although it is not stretchy like most ribbing. This would be a good time to learn two handed stranding - I usually do the knit stitches Conti...