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“Lacey holes like starburst danced from row to row” in this gorgeous pattern based on a creation by a character in “The Solitary Stitch” by C. Jane Reid. This scarf makes an elegant, yet practical gift, or keep it for yourself. Using the superwash merino/silk blend yarn recommended makes it soft, warm, and easy to care for.
Alternating columns of pineapples and shells create an illusion of fiery feathers when crocheted in a tonal hand-dyed yarn. The stretchy lace pattern allows this cowl to be draped once around the shoulders, or wrapped twice for a cozy fit as the weather gets cooler. The bluefaced Leicester yarn used in the sample has a lovely halo that fills the...
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
A cozy pair of two-color gloves with added stretch. The “moss stitch” is often used to create more stretch in crocheted fabric by working single crochets into chain one spaces. Worked in the round from the wrist up, practice shaping and adding a new color, as you form the thumbhole and finger opening.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
The asymmetrical drape of the Rowan Berry Shawlette adds elegance for a night on the town or sophistication to an afternoon excursion. A lacy shell edging is worked at the same time as the gradually increasing body to create its unique silhouette, trimmed in picots reminiscent of berry clusters. Stitched in a silky merino yarn, the Rowan Berry c...
Crochet: Scarf, Shawl / Wrap
Fuse your own chevron adventure with this unique multi-fiber yarn. Will you follow the letter of the pattern or dare to be different by creating your own fiber fusion look of multi-textured stripes? Careful attention to tension stacks the color repeats leading to gradient paths of textured hues. Worked on a large size hook, this quick shawl (or ...
The Cosmic Garden Cowl will encircle you in a lacy field studded with stars of bright bursts of color. The latticework of light weight Blue Faced Leicester and Tussah Silk yarn wraps gently around your neck and shoulders, cozy but brilliant like a warm summer night in the garden.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
A great project for learning the basics of my Award Winning Reversible Intarsia Technique, using an individual ball of yarn for each section of color to create a fabric with no wrong side. Begin with Wash Cloth to get the hang of how to change colors, and check your gauge (see Tip below). Then make the Blanket for a lovely Baby Gift Set.