Sherry L. Farley

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Baby Blanket
I did not worry about gauge since this is a blanket. It fit Daisy’s baby bed perfectly. I didn’t even think to measure it before I gave it away since it was so close to her baby shower.
Knitting: Bib
This bib fits a 11.5-16 inch head circumference and measures 6.5 inches wide X 5.5 inches for the bib (excluding ribbing). The ribbing is very stretchy.
Knitting: Bib
This bib fits a 11.5-16 inch head circumference and measures 6.5 inches wide X 5.5 inches for the bib (excluding ribbing). The ribbing is very stretchy.
Crochet: Scrubber
These are made using nylon mesh scrubbies as a base. If you can’t find them or don’t want to use them I have included instructions to make a round scrubby using 2 strands of cotton held together. The pattern contains an owl, kitty, and a frog (that my husband says is really an M&M dude lol).
Crochet: Decorative - Other
This is a quick project for Halloween that uses scrap yarn in very small amounts, google eyes, a magnet if used for fridgie; it takes only a few minutes to make.
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth, Towel
These are really quick to do and make a nice thick cloth and drying mat. The twist stitch is pretty but also adds to the usability of the items.
Crochet: Bib, Washcloth / Dishcloth
I got a message from someone on Ravelry asking if this pattern was available anywhere. I had to stop and think about it -- it’s been a while since I designed it. I actually had to go look it up ‘cause I couldn’t remember it clearly.
Crochet: Hanger Cover
This is a great scrap project. It uses about 1/2 oz or so of yarn for the cover and for stitching cover closed.
Crochet: Drawstring Bag, Craft - Other
These bags are made with worsted weight yarn. I used balls of leftover yarn from my ball bin (a clear plastic tub - love those for storing yarn!), approximately 2-3 oz. It would also be good for using up those oddball skeins of yarn you’re not quite sure what to do with. That’s what I used for the blue one.
Crochet: Drawstring Bag, Craft - Other
These bags are made with worsted weight yarn. I used balls of leftover yarn from my ball bin (a clear plastic tub - love those for storing yarn!), approximately 2-3 oz. It would also be good for using up those oddball skeins of yarn you’re not quite sure what to do with.
Crochet: Drawstring Bag, Craft - Other
These bags are made with worsted weight yarn. I used balls of leftover yarn from my ball bin (a clear plastic tub - love those for storing yarn!), I used approximately 2-3 ozs. It would also be good for using up those oddball skeins of yarn you’re not quite sure what to do with.
Knitting: Bib
This pattern can be worked with dpn’s or circular for the ribbed pullover section or worked flat with straight needles and sewn shut. The body of the bib is worked on straight needles.
Crochet: Bib
This pattern has an optional chainless foundation (single crochet) start. It also utilizes sc3tog stitch, and the neck opening is worked in the round.
Crochet: Bib
This pattern has an optional chainless foundation (single crochet) start. It also utilizes sc3tog stitch, and the neck opening is worked in the round.
Knitting: Bib
This pattern can be worked with dpn’s or circular for the ribbed pullover section or worked flat with straight needles and sewn shut. The body of the bib is worked on straight needles.
Crochet: Hanger Cover
I make these using up my leftover yarn. I also made a bunch for my oldest daughter using up some novelty yarn I had no clue what to do with :)
Knitting: Hanger Cover
I make these using up my leftover yarn. I also made a bunch for my oldest daughter using up some novelty yarn I had no clue what to do with :)
Crochet: Cowl
Crochet: Cowl, Neck / Torso - Other
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This was something I designed for the 2010 season of the Holiday Mystery Gifts Group on Yahoo.