Lahoma Jayne Nally

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Crochet: Afghan block
This beautiful afghan square is reminiscent of blue windows looking down a summer garden path. This square would be lovely done in any number of color schemes.
Crochet: Afghan block
This beautiful afghan square was inspired by a Victorian pattern that was done in a combination of crochet and tatting. I took the basic design elements from this pattern and created this square, with its central motif resembling a butterfly in flight.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Undercurrents is a gorgeous top center down shawl that looks much more complex than it is to crochet up - using simple double crochet clusters and shells with connecting chains you get a beautiful, “wave” like effect. Can be made with any sock or fingering weight yarn.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This is a gorgeous and popular pattern that has been circulating around for years, written and re-written by many people, in this re-write I have used all American English crochet terminology, using “modules” of stitches to make it easier to understand the construction of the pattern. This is a really fun and easy pattern once you get the hang ...
Crochet: Afghan block
This gorgeous afghan square looks equally beautiful done in 2 colors or one, and is reminiscent of the elegant crocheted bedspreads that women made when the world moved much slower and there was more time to craft.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Althea is crocheted from the brim up, in a beautiful color changing/self striping yarn that is easily obtained from your local craft store (I bought mine at JoAnn Fabrics) at minimal expense. You can use pricier yarns for this, but it isn’t necessary - as the result with the Deborah Norville yarn is really quite lovely. The crochet linen stitch...
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
This beautiful hat is somewhere between a slouch hat and a fitted beanie, it has a bit more body than a beanie, but it isn’t as large as a full slouchy style hat. The cottonwoods slightly heart shaped leaves are rendered in an easy to remember lace pattern, done in a chunky weight yarn, this is both a beautiful and quick project that looks hard...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Dorothy’s Daisy Crown is a lovely, textured hat made from fingering weight yarn (sock yarn is great for this hat!). The daisy stitch creates a soft, squishy, warm fabric that looks great in solid colors, long color repeats, or other types of multicolored yarns. This had used a little less than 1/2 of a ball of knit picks chroma fingering weight...
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
These pretty fingerless mitts are knitted flat up to the palm, then joined to knit in the round for about 2.5 inches. They are seamed and have decorative buttons sewn on afterwards. The pattern is an easy mock cable and eyelet that looks like the swirling waters of a flowing river.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern was inspired by a visit to the lush rolling green hills of my home state of Pennsylvania.
Crochet: Scarf
This pattern is a crochet riff on the popular Hitchhiker knitting pattern - adapted for crochet. Pattern uses simple stitches - single and extended single crochet. Link to video for extended single crochet, pictures of pinning/blocking of finished product.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
The cable pattern down the front of this sock was adapted from Traditional Aran Knitting by Shelagh Hollingsworth. It has been modified for knitting in the round. Sock features additional heel and arch shaping to help the sock stay put. This is a great sock if you have skinny heels and/or high arches, but should work well for just about anyone!