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This item is a pdf format set of patterns, the dozen collected scarves and scarfettes which I’ve designed in the last year; included are the Lacy scarf, The Starry Night Scarfette, A brand new Swirly Rose Scarfette which is actually more like jewelry than a scarfette, a delightful chunky heart choker or scarfette, an easy simplified shell stitch scarfette and more. You just you just need to know sc, dc, chain and sl st (single crochet, double crochet, chain stitch and slip stitch). Two of the scarves, the Nubby Lace Scarf (green in example) and the Easy Shell Stitch scarf (pale orange in example) are actually stitches which can be used for larger rectangular projects like throws (instructions for this are in those sections of the ebook. The total length of the 8” x 10” format pdf book is 106 pages.
This item is a set of flower crochet patterns, 17 pages long. These flowers are very dimensional and realistic; they are a blast, so happy, cheerful and snazzy. They include my “Hippie Flower” collection #2, which includes 3 types of peony, a daffodil, a daisy on a stem and leaf, two small flowers and one bold Hot Pink biggie. AND they come with the star of the show, my football mum, a bossy bold big mum which when worked up is about 6” across and has a nice little wavy leaf under it. There’s also another large mum.
This 4-chapter Kindle sized pdf of Susan’s Treasury is a delightful collection of more than 50 of Susan’s original crochet designs: you’ll find a chapter with 13 animal appliques (birds, fish, squirrel, cat, owl, penguin, snail and more), a chapter with baby hats, tiny purses and dozens of dimensional flowers, a chapter with scarfettes and garlands, and a chapter of crocheted jewelry designs.
This is a pdf format set of crochet patterns, all of my tiny birds and animals to date…thirteen, now, to be exact: a Sparrow, some Fancy Sparrows, a Hummingbird, a Winged Bird (Cardinal-Bluebird-Dove variations included), a Dove, a darling Squirrel, Two different Fish and a Fish edging, a Snail and a Tiny Butterfly, a Sleeping Cat, a Penguin, a Bumblebee, a Butterfly, a Ladybug, and an Owl. They all turn out to be small, mostly under 2 1/2 inches. They’re also designed for thread crochet, but most work out well in yarn (albeit much larger). Actually the owl has versions for both yarn and thread. There’s even a Santa Hat variation for the Owl, the Cat and the Penguin.
This 248 page pdf is a 2011 Treasury of Susan’s Collected Patterns; in fact, it is all of my various patterns from mid 2010 to mid 2011. ! I’ve just updated it again to include five more patterns, my latest baby caps and hats! I’ve also included my brand-new “tropical flowers” pattern, the “tiny purses” pattern and the fish applique and edging pattern, so you get it all). I think the only pattern this 248 page ebook doesn’t include is my “Summer Jewelry” pattern.