eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 3 patterns

This is the first ebook of patterns by Nicole Rodgers to be offered for download on Ravelry. This pattern set was first written in 2004 for Crochet Talk’s Crochet-Along group, but was never added to the original Nicole’s Crochet Bistro website. You will receive three .pdf files with your purchase: a dishcloth, potholder, and hanging towel.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Knitting: Mid-calf Socks
Please Note: This pattern is initially being offered in a KAL format. Each Monday, starting January 21st, the next section will be released. When you purchase this pattern, you will only receive the “clues” that have been released so far. Once the KAL has concluded, the final and complete version of the pattern will be uploaded.
Knitting: Ankle Sock
The pattern is written for a ladies medium width, but can be altered for larger feet. Significantly larger feet will require a third ball of yarn.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque, Earflap Hat
One of the very first patterns from Nicole’s Crochet Bistro. While it can be worked in acrylic yarn, cotton is the preferred choice since it is softer and more breathable next to baby’s skin.
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This face cloth is a wonderful way to use up the ends of balls of cotton yarn. The thickness of the cloth makes it really easy to get a nice lather with even the mildest of soaps. It makes a great addition to a gift basket of baby items, or as a trim for any baby gift. You could even whip up a few for yourself for facial cleansing!
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
5.5mm conventional and cro-hook needed for this project
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
Snowflakes are a great winter decoration for your home no matter if you have the real stuff outside or not. Each flake only requires a few yards of bedspread weight crochet cotton, resulting in a beautiful finished project with a minimum of investment. They work up quick, so in no time you can have your own little blizzard. And the best part? No...
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
The size and ease of this project makes it very versatile. Starching is recommended for use as an ornament. Bedspread weight crochet cotton with a metallic or iridescent filament adds extra sparkle.
Crochet: Hanging Ornament
Note: Project also requires ¾” plastic ring
Crochet: Earflap Hat
Crochet: Bathroom
This cute little cozy decorates your spare roll so that you can leave it out in the open where it can be seen (and easily replaced when “Not Me” or “Ida Know” remove it). The colour scheme is easily adapted to your preference if you desire something other than holiday décor.
Crochet: Cozy - Other
This cute little door knob cover is pretty as well as practical! You can dress up all the doors in your home for the holidays using this very quick-to-make pattern with just a small amount of yarn. The stitches used for this cover have the added feature of being slightly padded to help protect your walls from damage and it doesn’t require ...
Crochet: Containers, Cozy - Other, Decorative - Other
This pot cover is crocheted with worsted weight yarn and is designed to easily cover a standard 6” plastic plant pot. Many buy this size of poinsettia, and I thought it would be nice to have a crocheted cover for it rather than the cheesy {in my opinion} plastic wrap covers they often come with!
Crochet: Doily
First in my series of small doilies and coasters. The simple beauty of filet work makes this doily a fast-to-complete project.
Crochet: Floral block
First in my series of flower granny squares. I designed it to be worked in cotton after 6” cotton square exchanges caught on with many of the crochet email lists. It can easily be done in acrylic, and increased to 7” with the addition of an extra round of stitches.
Crochet: Floral block
Second in my series of flower granny squares. I designed it to be worked in cotton after 6” cotton square exchanges caught on with many of the crochet email lists. It can easily be done in acrylic, and increased to 7” with the addition of an extra round of stitches.
Crochet: Afghan block
A 7” charity square that I designed after the Columbia Shuttle disaster on February 1, 2003 in honour of those who lost loved ones. A quick square worked in rounds of yellow, red, white, and blue.
Crochet: Afghan block
A reworked version of the 7” square that I designed in honour of the Columbia Shuttle disaster on February 1, 2003. It still has the specific instructions included for the needs of HeartMade Blessings, who made comfortghans for all of the families of those lost.
Crochet: Bookmark
The first pattern in my bookmark series. A quick thread project for Valentine’s Day or any day. A great project for the beginner or more experienced threadie, and a wonderful gift for any bookworm!
Crochet: Coaster
A great addition to my series of small doilies and coasters. A simple coaster in the timeless pineapple pattern using only a small amount of bedspread weight thread. A perfect project for the beginner in thread, while being pretty and quick for the more experienced threadie.
Crochet: Bookmark
Third pattern in my bookmark series. It’s made using only a small amount of size 10 thread, making it a fast-to-complete project. It’s a great project for those just starting out with thread, and is perfect for a puffy stuffer or gift enclosure.
Knitting: Washcloth / Dishcloth
Second pattern in a series of seasonal dishcloths. One of my earliest attempts at picture knitting designs.
Crochet: Bookmark
Another great project in my bookmark series. This cute little guy is made with a scrap of worsted weight yarn, and is great for those of you that can never seem to find a bookmark when you need one. With just a small amount of yarn, you can make several. It’s a wonderfully fast project that’s perfect for a gift trim or puffy stuffer....