Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
These mitts are special - the crocodile scales are only on the backs of the hands, with smooth palms, so they are both pretty and practical! The scales point toward the wrist, not the fingers, for a smooth look and feel. (Note that in the first photo, the one on the right is upside down.)
Crochet: Scarf, Beanie, Toque
This hat and infinity scarf set features a unique and modern-looking stitch pattern, made without breaking off yarn. Crochet this luxurious, high-end set in the Pantone color of the year, marsala, and see how the cream highlights the rich red tones and makes it even more delicious. Designed to fit most adults, this hat and infinity scarf look fa...
Crochet: Table Setting - Other
This three-piece baby set includes a juice bottle stuffy that rattles, a sandwich stuffy that crinkles and a cozy playmat that’s perfect for playing on. Plus, it doubles as a blanket to cuddle under for a nap when playtime is done! Best of all, you only need one skein of each color to make all three items.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This vibrant blanket is the perfect breath of fresh summer air. It’s worked in quick motifs – make it a baby blanket, as shown, or go as big as you like and add more squares with the easy join-as-you-go rounds! A simple textured border adds the perfect finishing touch.
This V-stitch bag in vintage-inspired patriotic colors is perfect for toting anywhere you go: the beach, the park, the carnival, the store and even your favorite fireworks display. The V-stitch pattern makes it expandable and breathable, so you can take everything you need in style.
This wine cozy features a unique stitch pattern reminiscent of a bunch of harvest grapes. And with easy-to-crochet handles and a pretty drawstring, it’s ready to delight any host or hostess. All you need is half a skein of Red Heart Boutique yarn to make this gorgeous wine cozy.
This sweater is definitely for boys. And for girls! It’s all in the colors. The pattern was inspired by a blanket I saw at a Swedish furnishings store over the summer – it was bold and graphic and had a great look. One that begged to be translated to crochet!