Crochet allows a lot of fabric creativity that knitting lacks. This shawl takes advantage of an exponential growth within sections to form a wavy/flowing fabric and shape that lays flat when required but drapes, jellyfish-like, around your body when worn.
Cables, twisted stitches, dropped stitches, variable stitch counts? Oh MY! Riotous are a riot of fun. Keep your toes in check with this crazy pattern, perfect for pooling and variegated yarns to break the trend and get people’s heads turning!!
A hug in a scarf, this gorgeous pattern offers you a chance to have a quick project with a beautiful accessory for winter. The scarf is constructed by using both knitting and crochet, and it is the perfect “crossover project”, as it is also beginner-friendly.
Aitana is your go-to cover-up garment for this Autumn! A top-down jacket with textures and a seamless construction that will show hand-dyed yarns to their best, this garment is sized from a super petite 30 1/2” chest to a 60 3/8”.
Rocio is a trapezoidal shawl, constructed from the bottom up, with beads (450 clear beads for the body, 360 green beads for the edge). The edging is constructed in rows attaching to the body as it’s worked.
These socks have a very stretchy leg, allowing for several sizes to be worn, and are best showcased in a solid or semi-solid coloured yarn, which will help the cables to show off against the twisted stitches.