Lynne Rowe

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Toy Food
The pattern also gives advice for knitting flat on straight needles. You will still need DPNs. to work the I-cord stick.
Crochet: Wall Hanging
You can use oddments of 4ply cotton from your stash or use the 10g mini balls of Scheepjes Catona Cotton.
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
This is a quick-to-make heart motif that is shaped with increasing and decreasing. Two pieces are joined with double crochet (US single crochet) and stuffed as you join, with a picot trim worked on the final round.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is pattern of a pattern bundle that is for sale 26-31 December after which it will be a single price pattern.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Conway the Owl is worked using amigurumi style crochet and is suitable as a beginner project.
Knitting: Decorative - Other
You can dive into your stash and find those gorgeous autumnal left overs and the great thing is that you can use any yarn at all. Whether it’s Chunky or 4ply, Aran or Double Knitting, Wool, Cotton, Mohair or Acrylic - absolutely anything will be perfect. And if you don’t have any thicker yarns, just use a thinner yarn held double.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
You can se any yarn with a suitable sized hook to make larger hexagons if desired.
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
If you don’t have enough cotton in a single colour, you can use oddments to create stripes or blocks of colour.
Crochet: Scrubber
This is a quick-to-make pattern for a wash pad/cleansing pad. You can make a set of 7 (one for each day of the week). There is also a printable wrapper included so they look professional and gift-worthy.
Knitting: Applique / Embellishment
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
You will be able to download this pattern for free if you subscribe to my linked website.
Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
I’ve published this pattern as part of my blog series called my “year of handknit socks” Each month I will be knitting a pair of socks using a different technique and I’ll be sharing my tips along the way. You can join in too, over on my Ravelry Group (Knit, Crochet, Create with Lynne Rowe) or on Instagram: @the_woolnest.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
The pattern is free. I am aiming to knit 100 pairs of mittens for charity and you are welcome to join in and use up those odd balls of yarn. You can bring your mittens to Yarndale 2018, donate them directly to your chosen charity or send them to me. Please message for where to send, thank you.
Crochet: Applique / Embellishment
These flowers use up the tiniest scraps of yarn. I have used blue and yellow for Alzheimer’s but you could use this as applique or embellishments in any colour. Use either DK weight yarn with a 4mm hook or 4ply yarn with a 3.5mm hook.
Crochet: Animal Toy
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Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl is perfect for a beginner. It is knitted flat with increasing at each end of every row to create a crescent shape.
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
Knitting: Cowl
I’ve used 4 x 50g balls of Drops Eskimo 100% wool from my stash to make this Infinity Cowl, which took me about 4 hours to make (at most).
Knitting: Afghan block
This square has been designed to help you test your yarn for drape, cables and lace.
Crochet: Ornamental Flower
Spoil someone special by making them this extra special ornament
Crochet: Brooch
You will also need a small bead (8mm) or button, and brooch back and sewing thread and needle.
Crochet: Cowl
This chunky cowl is worked in a super-soft yarn, creating a luxurious accessory that’s quick to make and looks stunning too.
Crochet: Wall Hanging
Inspired by children’s play cars, this cute strip of bunting will add an element of fun to a child’s bedroom or playroom.
Knitting: Animal Toy
Crochet: Toy Food
I was recently asked to design a cupcake pattern for a new crochet magazine. I was sent the yarns (pink, green, purple and yellow) and this is what I came up with. Hope you like them.