Brittany E. Clark

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Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
These simple fingerless gloves will keep your hands warm while letting whatever yarn you’ve chosen be the showpiece. Homespun wool makes them look like something found on a pickpocket in Victorian London would wear, while the Heather Blush gives them a delightful cottagecore vibe. They’re perfect for all those fun single skeins you just don’t k...
Crochet: Necklace
Inspired by Wanda’s necklace in the dinner party scene of the first episode of Wandavision, this Irish Crochet floral necklace brings vintage vibes and a touch of spring to any outfit!
Crochet: Slippers
Poupons is a regionally specific term for knit or crochet slippers worn by those of French Canadian descent in the Eastern Connecticut region. The original items and their patterns have been lost time time, but I wanted to make something warm and cozy in their honor. This pattern only comes in one size, but the pattern has a good amount of stre...
Crochet: Scarf
Inspired by Dot’s scarf in the first episode of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, this keyhole scarf is as easy to wear as it is elegant. The fingering weight eyelet lace is delicate enough to wear all day, but will still keep you warm while out helping your intrepid boss solve mysteries.
Crochet: Cowl
Named for a handspun wool yarn I purchased at a farmer’s market, this bulky cowl works up quickly while still maintaining a rustic charm. The mobius design makes the cowl effortlessly interesting and wearable.
Crochet: Wall Hanging
This pattern is completely adaptable in sizing. I used scrap worsted weight yarn, but it done in thread it would be cute and delicate or in made in bulky for a very cozy festive touch.