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Crochet: Christmas Stocking
I didn’t expect this striping yarn to have such an antique Christmas feel but as soon as I started stitching it up, it screamed that it wanted to be Christmas stockings! I paired it with a luxurious faux fur long pile fabric in pink blush with a cuff around the top and two faux fur poms.
Crochet: Scarf
If you’re needing a quick holiday scarf, this colorway is so fabulous for its vintage Christmas look. I whipped up a quick lace scarf because I just couldn’t help myself. The colors are amazing!
Crochet: Scarf
My youngest son wanted a new scarf and he is a huge fan of orange and gold. I have quite a selection of colors of Stylecraft Special DK yarn so I had him pick some favorites. Gold and grey, it is! Then, I just needed to come up with a stitch pattern that would suit him. With Tunisian crochet, it’s really easy to get something fun that works for...
Crochet: Cowl
It’s time for a new Lunar Crossings project! The Lunar Crossings stitch pattern is so popular right now and it looks terrific in a solid color. This one-skein project is sure to please many on your gift list, including yourself!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I fell in love with the Snapdragon Lace Pattern in my crochet library and I couldn’t wait to make something with it. Slouches are so popular and this one is the perfect accessory for fall. Add the faux fur pom and you’re all set for falling leaves and cooler temperatures!
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Ever wonder what happens when you take crochet’s best loved stitch and combine it with Tunisian crochet’s best loved stitch? You get the Honeycomb Ripple! Learn with the lovely self-striping of Lion Brand Mandala Baby for this fabulous baby blanket.
Crochet: Cowl
Since learning how to do the Tunisian Simple Stitch Rib, I have wanted to make a project with it. The lines of interlocking knit look stitches make this project look like a mock brioche which is so fun! The outstanding yarn is from Lion Brand, called Landscapes. It has a beautiful sheen and the one ply yarn works wonderfully in Tunisian crochet.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
The Unforgettable Lunar Crossings Shawl can be made in any colorway of Red Heart Unforgettable to get a gorgeous triangle shawl. For this one, I used the color Gossamer which has such lovely purple, lime and aqua throughout.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Pair a fabulous self-striping yarn from Red Heart with a coordinating solid and you can achieve this wonderful almost mosaic look. I’ve included a pompom with the same self-striping yarn. Red Heart Stripes makes the most perfect tie-dye pompoms!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I fell in love with this yarn when I first saw it at @woolwarehouse. It has such a fabulous heathery look. I finished the beanie in only one day because I had to see it finished. Also… Purple!
Crochet: Dress
Such a perfectly sweet baby dress suitable for family photos and special occasions The set-in sleeves have a beautifully executed gather at the top for a little bit of “poof”. The skirting of the dress features tiny little bobbles throughout. It inlcudes the perfect understated accessory with a little bow in front. All this in an easy-to-read p...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Using the 3-color technique, you can get this incredible look but you’re only using one color per row. In Kristin Omdahl’s super soft and slinky yarn, you’ll want to wear it everyday!
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
Here are the finished fingerless mitts in Red Heart’s Hopscotch yarn. I designed these with a thumb gusset for a better fit. I love them! They are super stretchy, by working slip stitch in the back loops only.
Crochet: Throw
Using a yarn with a long self-striping sequence, you can enjoy the color changes of these join-as-you-go mitered squares without snipping and adding new yarn! It’s all worked in one piece. Let the yarn do the work for you.
Crochet: Coaster
This yarn from Drops is a gorgeous, heathery cotton blend that works great for home dec things like coasters, placemats, table runners and doilies. It blocks out incredibly well. There are lots of colors available and I keep going back to Wool Warehouse online to order more!
Crochet: Scarf
The gorgeous colorway of Lion Brand Mandala Sparkle is perfect for my fascination with unicorns. It’s so wonderful! I’ve made my project in child size for a special little girl I know but the length can easily be increased by adding more rows. The double thickness makes the scarf comfy and squishy.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
It only takes one skein of Red Heart Yarns Stripes to make this fabulous slouchie beanie. Super easy pattern with only single crochet throughout.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This baby blanket is made in a color changing cake yarn but it will be beautiful in a solid color as well.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
More hats, please! I need to make more hats. You can never have enough and they are great to have handy. Keep a box by the door for your guests to choose from before they leave.
Crochet: Coaster
I needed a quick gift for a housewarming this weekend and I was able to get these finished in only one evening. I used Drops Belle cotton/linen because it’s such a beautiful yarn, suitable for a variety of projects.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Make something magical with Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball yarn. I love working with a striping yarn. It’s hard to put down once you get started. It’s such a fun cotton blend. Projects seem to float on the air. This colorway is Unique Unicorn.
Crochet: Dress
This is a simple, elegant little dress that’s made in one piece and super easy to stitch. The pattern is available in four sizes and, stitched in this cotton blend, it is the perfect addition to baby’s wardrobe this spring and summer.
Crochet: Throw
With colors inspired by a sunrise on the beach, the Zig Zag Hugs Throw is such a fun lace in an interesting zig zag made of joined then separated clusters. A light worsted weight yarn is used for a lighter throw but you’ll find instructions for any repeat for any yarn.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This is a lovely little blanket. It’s gorgeous for a photo prop. It’s lightweight, fluffy and warm and made to look like faux shearling, or sherpa. I’ve used this yarn before in my Love My Sheep Pillow. It’s so soft and squishy, softer than cotton. It’s just beautiful.
Crochet: Pillow / Cushion
I found an adorable sheep pillow in a catalog and I couldn’t wait to try one of my own. It fits so well in my rustic style. It’s so fun and would make a perfect gift.
Crochet: Throw
I am so in love with the incredible shading in Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn. Look at that yummy gradient! This pattern is designed specifically for gradient and other cake striping yarns. You will love it!
Crochet: Throw
Finding a unique stitch pattern is always exciting. This one has a look of being difficult but is really quite easy. Using the taller stitches makes it a quick project from start to finish.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Containers
Pattern uses 2mm jute twine, no yarn to link
Crochet: Throw
This is such a popular stitch pattern for me. I’ve made a shawl and a throw with it. Just gorgeous. You’ll find the written pattern and a video on my website.
Crochet: Throw
Do you have plans to learn new crochet stitches in the new year? This project will have you learning some fun linked crochet stitches. Linked stitches are just like regular stitches except they don’t produce all the holes normally associated with tall stitches. Once you learn how to use linked stitches, try using them in other patterns for a di...
Crochet: Throw
Sometimes I just need my traditional crochet and nothing says tradition like pineapple crochet. Inspired by the solid color throws seen in current home decor magazines, this beautiful lace throw is perfect for any decorating style. This is included in my series, Romantic Lace Throws.
Crochet: Throw
Inspired by the solid color throws seen in current home decor magazines, this beautiful lace throw is perfect for any decorating style. I love when I make up a stitch pattern and it works this beautifully! Making beautiful crochet lace is a wonderful way to spend your evenings. This is included in my series, Romantic Lace Throws.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
A beautiful lace shell beanie perfect for any season. the optional floral embellishment can be made in either the same color or any coordinating color. Pattern is written in four sizes: toddler, child, young adult and woman.
Crochet: Scarf
This lovely lace scarf features an intricate lace crochet design. It makes a wonderful accent layer all season long. Tie it over a light sweater or pair it with a blouse under your favorite jacket.
Crochet: Cowl
Using Red Heart Yarns Unforgettable is such a treat. The way the color changes and the look of the yarn always makes me think that I’m using a much more expensive luxury yarn. It definitely has a wow factor even in the easiest of designs. I enjoy working in Tunisian Crochet with it. It’s got a bit of a halo so it seems to make it easier. Such a...
Crochet: Throw
Inspired by the solid color throws seen in current home decor magazines, this beautifully made lattice lace throw is perfect for any decorating style. Choose the one color you prefer and make your romantic statement piece.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
I love these two coordinating colors of Red Heart Yarns Super Saver. So pretty and they work so well with this stitch pattern. This blanket is worked in an easy two-row repeat with both written and video instruction. The rows are so short that you can carry up the yarn along the side so you don’t end up with tons of loose strands to weave in. A...
Crochet: Scarf
A beautiful stitch pattern in a magical colorway from Red Heart Stripes Yarn which makes incredibly perfect tie-dye look pompoms.
Crochet: Knee-highs
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
With the new year, be sure to meet those goals and try out a new stitch pattern in Tunisian crochet. This one is a lot of fun with its houndstooth look. That fantastic heathered yarn is from Red Heart Yarns in their Super Saver line.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Isn’t this fun? It’s not often that you find cables in this direction. Enjoy this seamless top down beanie in an exclusive Kim Guzman technique!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Bonnet
Do you have a pom pom maker? I got my first pom pom maker this year and I really have to stop myself from making pom poms for everything. It’s just two plastic circles and it changed my designing life! I can now make gorgeous floofy pom poms. For this project, I started out by making a long strip with crochet cables. Next, you just crochet from...
Crochet: Scarf
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Cowl
Stretch out that coveted Stripes yarn by using it with a solid ribbing. With this pattern, you’ll learn the technique of working a beautiful, stretchy single crochet ribbing on both the top and bottom of the cowl. Gorgeous!
Crochet: Vest
If you’re intimidated by making garments, get beyond it by trying out a small baby garment suitable for a boy or girl, with minimal shaping and a small amount of yarn. It will give you the confidence you need to do more!
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Take advantage of the trendy diagonal look but use fantastic join-as-you-go squares instead of the typical look. Using this self-striping yarn gave this blanket a wonderfully flowing, modern project for baby.
Crochet: Poncho
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Throw
I am so in love with the incredible shading in Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn. This is the first project in my Lunar Crossings series and I designed it specifically to work with this yarn. Just two skeins and you have this fantastic lap throw!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Scarf
Combining these colors with the fluid movement of the stitch pattern made me think of mermaids in the sun. This stitch pattern is easy to learn and quick to stitch in Tunisian crochet. Add the tassels for the look so popular right now. Only one cake of yarn is required to make this beauty.
Crochet: Cloche Hat
The cloche style hat is my favorite of all others. I love the frame it forms around the face. I especially love this one with the faux hat band. That buckle is so cute. The fantastic texture is made with easy crossed doubles.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
I wanted the perfect baby blanket for the long striping cake yarn and I decided on the seamless, mitered square. It was so much fun! Because I didn’t want any abrupt color changes, I worked from the inside of the cake from the first one and from the outside of the cake on the next one. I love how much it varied the striping heights making it lo...
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This easy stitch pattern creates delicate little waves of texture for a beautiful baby blanket. I’ve used three of my favorite colors in Red Heart Yarns Baby Hugs. Such lovely modern, bright colors for baby. This technique creates stripes without cutting off at each color change for fewer yarn ends.
Crochet: Cowl
The Kenzie cowl showcases two different weights and types of yarns for a truly unique look. It introduces the use of a double-ended hook to learn Tunisian crochet in-the-round in a spiraling technique. It is worked in continuous rounds and there are no seams.
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
I think I had just watched an episode of Z-Nation when I made this one. It was the one with the glowing radioactive zombies. Woah, glowing zombies! So in remembrance of these glowing zombies, I bring you my Radioactive Scrubs, a washcloth with dueling soft yarn combined with scrubbing yarn in a fun, glowing radioactive warning shape. Yeah, bay-...
Crochet: Scarf
I received this fabulous sort of rustic looking, full of texture yarn as a gift from a friend. It has so much character that I knew I wanted a stitch pattern without a lot of fuss. This slow waves ripple was the perfect choice to show off the incredible texture and color changing.
Crochet: Dress
Using a fine weight yarn is perfect for delicate baby things, but finding patterns can be a challenge. Here’s a beautiful little pineapple lace dress. It’s so adorable layered over a sleeveless top.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
You combine a self striping cotton blend yarn with an amazing crochet lace stitch pattern and this is what you get. A lot of wow. It’s all drape-y and flow-y and softy. Yes, softy. Is too a word! It’s a crazy amount of fun to make an entire shawl and you only have two ends to weave. A beautiful thing.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Yes, I took the Lion Brand Shawl in a Ball challenge! And, yes, you really can get a beautiful crochet lace shawl out of just one ball of the yarn. It’s a crazy amount of fun to make an entire shawl and you only have two ends to weave. A beautiful thing.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
How about a fun faux knit look ripple baby blanket? I’ve used two coordinating colors: one is my favorite shade of red and the other is a speckled pink. This look of garter stitch is made by using two different stitches and a double ended hook. The yarn is worked continuously so you’ll only cut when the yarn runs out, not every row. I love the ...
Crochet: Dress
I really do love baby dresses. They’re quick to make and always so adorable. Try out this Tulip Chevrons Baby Dress in the fingering weight yarn or experiment with different yarn weights and hooks to get different sizes. Top down and no seams means you’ll have this finished in no time!
Crochet: Scarf
Sometimes, I’m so overwhelmed with the beauty of a project that I love to just stare at it displayed in my mannequin. Is that strange? This is one of those projects. It’s the combination of the fine weight yarn and beautiful beads that got me.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Using a fine weight yarn is perfect for delicate baby things, but finding patterns can be a challenge. Here’s a super quick and classy design. You can make several of these adorable beanies and you can have one for every outfit.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Scarf
How about a fabulous warm infinity scarf and how about adding a little fun and whimsy with a cute snowman face.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Perfect for the fall season, make this hat full of pumpkin whimsy. Keep warm and cute at the same time!
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
I’ve heard your requests for crocheted gloves with partial fingers and I’ve designed these just for you! These are great for gifts and don’t forget to make some any school or sports team colors. This is my most sought-after pattern for holiday gifts, especially for teens and young adults.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
When you’re looking for a light-weight shawl or wrap, try the traditional Wedding Rings stitch pattern shown here in a sturdy mercerized cotton. For more elegant wear, try silk or a cashmere blend. The rings are perfectly suited for a bride and bridal party.
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
There’s nothing quite like perle cotton and crochet lace. It’s the perfect thing for warm summer weather. Never underestimate the power of embellishment. Three beautiful crochet flowers adorn the bodice of this crochet baby dress.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
There is nothing quite like going back to traditional crochet with cotton and a beautiful lace stitch pattern. It’s just amazing to see this beauty take shape before your eyes.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Want to Feather and Fan in crochet? Of course you do! This incredible rectangle wrap can be made in a gorgeous self-striping cotton yarn so you get all the benefits of rows of color without all the ends to weave in when you get finished.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
When you have such an outstanding lace stitch pattern, you just can’t help but use it several times. I’ve used it in both a wrap and a throw. Both turned out wonderfully! It works up so quickly that you’ll get a lot of satisfaction using it for your own projects.
Crochet: Cowl
If you want a cowl to lie more neatly around your neck, try out a mobius design. It’s an infinity loop so it has a little half twist that allows it to overlap in the front. You can achieve this look by learning the technique of working on both the top and bottom of your foundation chain at the same time, as you’ll find in this free crochet patt...
Crochet: Poncho
When you have a yarn this wonderful, it’s okay to let it truly shine in an easy stitch pattern. This is one of my favorite stitch patterns in crochet. It’s easy and quick. And, it’s suitable for beginners to advanced. The design is just a simple rectangle which is seamed or, if you prefer no seaming, you can make a quick crochet join.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
I love crochet lace especially with lightweight yarns. So pretty! I have a collection of different colors of size 5 cotton and every once in awhile, I like to grab a cone of cotton and see where my hook takes me. It wasn’t intentional, but can you see the owls?
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
There is this really cool color from Lily Sugar’N Cream that is my favorite. It’s the cream color with the little tweedy specks. I love to use it for dishcloths and all kitchen stuff, actually. I may need to try it for other things too. It coordinated well with my decor. It worked great for these washcloths which are in my favorite stitch patte...
Crochet: Pullover
Rosaline is made in a gorgeous all-over drop stitch ripple with so little shaping that you’ll be surprised that you’re finished! Rosaline is designed to be worn over a camisole, bathing suit or tank in warmer months. Or, it can be worn over a warmer long-sleeve top in the colder months.
Crochet: Cowl
I’m a huge fan of big poofy cables. I love this Hometown USA yarn for giving me these delicious cables in Tunisian crochet. This is a great introduction to Tunisian cables and you don’t even need a Tunisian hook! Just put a rubber band on the end of a size P hook and you’re all set.
Crochet: Cowl
Have you tried using a double ended crochet hook yet? The hooks are the same size and you use two separate balls of yarn. This allows you to change colors on every row without cutting off at each color change. In this case, I used the beautiful self striping of Red Heart Yarns Unforgettable and I’ve paired it Red Heart Yarns With Love to give t...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This quick-to-stitch shawlette would be perfect for those cool evenings in the Fall. The shawl base is followed by a lace edging, resembling a string of paper dolls. It’s made in one piece and uses less than 2 hanks of Knit Picks Gloss Lace. Written pattern only. No crochet chart included.
Crochet: Scarf
This pattern is available for free at my website or by purchasing an ad-free print-ready version here. Click “visit pattern website” above or the link for more information below to see the free version.
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
Unlike what is normally seen in Tunisian crochet, Elisa includes a unique lace stitch pattern. Worked in cool cotton for strength and comfort, it can be worn throughout the year with layering. Minimal seaming makes this top as quick to stitch as it is flattering to wear. Pattern includes written instructions, finished garment schematics and a l...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
To name this design, with its fluttering hem and delicate styling, anything other than the Spanish word for butterfly would have been an injustice. All in Tunisian crochet lace, you will love the way this design flows from your fingers with stunning lace, usually only seen in knitted designs. All you’ll need to finish this gorgeous masterpiece ...
Crochet: Vest
From the website: Kim Guzman, well-known for her stylish mens crochet fashions, has created this smart, casual vest for men. This lightly-textured vest will be a perfectly matched with short sleeves in the Fall and Spring or long sleeves in the Winter months. With its generous size range of mens Small through 3X (actual chest measurement of up ...
Crochet: Sleeveless Top
With its figure flattering styling, this babydoll pullover incorporates an easy stitch pattern to make a garment you’ll be able to wear throughout the year simply by layering over different pieces.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
It’s not often that you’ll find such an extraordinary laceweight shawl that can be made in such easy crochet stitches. You can try Solaris with the new Spring colors available in Knit Picks Shadow laceweight. You will love that you’ll be able to crochet this beauty in as little as 20 hours. With its unusual handkerchief hem, no one will ever kn...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Extraordinary laceweight shawls don’t have to be limited to knitting! Change the pace with this wonderful crocheted shawl made in the new Spring colors available in Knitpicks Gloss Laceweight. The shawl is crocheted in an easily-memorized stitch repeat for the triangle base, then an extravagant border is crocheted with almost a leafy effect. Th...