Julie Yeager

eBooks available as Ravelry Downloads

eBook : 2 patterns

Includes April Showers pattern and English Garden Square pattern, which will coordinate perfectly in any size blanket.

eBook : 3 patterns

Thanks to Lieslein, KatsGrace, and marywalkerartist for the beautiful photos.

eBook : 6 patterns

This e-book contains patterns for JulieAnny’s Stained Glass Afghan Block, In Treble, Big Flower, and Eight-Pointed Flower 12, and Firenze 12, which are 12” Afghan Squares. Also included are Eight-Pointed Flower 9, Firenze 9 and Precious, which are 9” Afghan Squares. A 6” Version of Precious can also be made from pattern.

eBook : 12 patterns

This e-book contains the patterns for 10 12-inch afghan blocks - Tangled Web, Strawberry Blossom, Another Sunflower Block, Viva la Vida, Mum in Treble, Water Lily Square, Gretchen, Margaret, Catalina, and Sun Catcher Afghan Square, and a 9” square, Heart to Heart. There is also included a 9” version of Mum in Treble and a 9” version of Water Lily Square, and an alternate version of Tangled Web called Spider Web, for a total of 14 patterns.

eBook : 11 patterns

New collection of afghan block patterns at a bargain price! Collection includes Holiday Ornament, Loopy Dishcloth, Sunflower Too, Sweet and Fair, Suncatcher, Catalina, Hexagon Hotpad, Spiky Circle, Crochet Clusters, Floral Fantasy, and Spiral Circle to Square for a total of 11 12” Afghan Square patterns.

eBook : 18 patterns

This e-book contains the 18 patterns from our Afghan Block CAL 2015.

eBook : 7 patterns

This is a collection of 7 Stained Glass-inspired Afghan block designs. Mix and match to make a beautiful blanket. Included are JulieAnny’s Stained Glass Afghan Square, Sun Catcher Afghan Block, Eight-Pointed Flower, Tangled Web, Holiday Ornament, Gretchen and Crochet Clusters Afghan Square. All are 12” square designs; Eight-Pointed Flower and Crochet Clusters also have 9” options.

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Throw
I have been seeing oversized chunky knit throws in all the home decorating department stores - some are done with arm-knitting or large needles - here is your quick and easy crocheted version! 
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Blanket using complete Colour Pack measures 28” x 43” ( 71 x 109 cm). Border adds about 2 inches (5 cm.)
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Here is a versatile beanie with an easy lace knit pattern that will work up in no time; options given for worsted/aran and Bulky versions. (Although it looks a little like cables, it is just a simple lace pattern using knit, purl, increases and decreases using yarn-over, knit two together, and ssk.)
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is my 12” version of the Sun motif from my September Morning Afghan. Three-dimensional leaves surrounding a textured center, on a solid double-crochet base. Final round in tapestry crochet technique.
Crochet: Throw
This is a beautiful motif designed and constructed with fun and ease in mind. Pattern is simple enough for the beginner, easy to memorize, and produces an elegant and impressive square. Changing the color order produces many different interesting looks.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This hat combines my two favorite attributes of knitting and crocheting a hat. I love the speed and texture of the crocheted brim, and I love the smooth and pretty decreases of the knitted crown. This hat will whip up in no time with a Bulky yarn (Symbol 5) and 6.00 mm hook and needle.
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Throw
A fast and easy granny hexagon, great as a stashbuster with any weight of yarn, or use your favorite 15 skein pack of dk yarn - I have the numbers worked out in the pattern.
Crochet: Afghan block
12” afghan block in aran/worsted, with 41 stitches per side in final round.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Based on a knitting stitch called Tuck Stitch in the older books and Bubble Stitch or Bobble Stitch these days, this is an easy stitch knit into a row below. Adds just enough texture and keeps you interested. Also looks great in multicolor - use up scraps!
Crochet: Afghan block
Free Version Available on my blog.
Crochet: Throw
This familiar floor tile pattern is cleverly captured in crochet, with a timeless design that will complement any decor.
Crochet: Afghan block
Small Daisy Pop Mini Motif works up to 3” in an aran weight, 5” in bulky weight and can be used in a 9-patch for an afghan square or can be assembled into a blanket of any size. I think it would make a great tote bag and I have recently re-worked the pattern to make a pillow in Chunky Monkey.
Crochet: Afghan block
If you have the Deco’Ghan pattern (JulieAnny Mystery 2014) then you already have this motif.
Crochet: Throw
Deco’Ghan was originally presented as the 2014 Mystery’Ghan on the Julie Yeager Designs board. Complete pattern with photos now available! (Bonus patterns included with download - Courtyard Tiles and Round Ripple.)
Crochet: Throw
This is the same stitch pattern as my All the Colors Striped Blanket, but worked on the diagonal. Start with a chain 2 and off you go! The pattern beautifully complements the subtle ombres and shadings of Scheepjes Fine Art, but can be also used with a self-striping yarn, an ombre yarn, stripes, or solids. The textured pattern is reversible and...
Crochet: Throw
Solid squares in 2 colors, with “no holes” corners and a clean contemporary look.
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Afghan block
This is my whimsical interpretation of a Formal English Garden, courtesy of my crochet hook and the misty bright shades of Stone Washed XL.
Crochet: Throw
Stunning in its simplicity, this versatile granny square blanket can complement any decor, from vintage to modern. “Hole-free” corners add to the appeal.
Crochet: Afghan block
Free version on my blog!
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Afghan block
Easy double crochet clusters form a lush and unique square. Straightforward repetitive stitching. Lacy look but dense and sturdy block. Mix up your colors for a different look.
Crochet: Throw
Four Winds Afghan, formerly our MysteryGhan 2021, is now complete and available at half price of $3.49 for a limited time.
Crochet: Throw
The Garden State Afghan reflects a profusion of flowers scattered across the grass. Constructed in three sizes of portable squares, crocheting this afghan will provide you with hours of enjoyment as you let your creative powers flow.
Crochet: Throw
Easy granny octagons and squares joined with a slip stitch join. Use up your scrap yarns - I used about 1050 meters total (1150 yards) with 300 meters (328 yards) of Main Color (blue) for border and join.
Crochet: Throw
Easy beginner pattern with striking results. Simple bullseye circles with a twist - one single post stitch makes all the difference. A careful and minimalist join brings out the corner design, making for a modern and eye-catching throw.
Crochet: Afghan block
Slight design modification for 2018 - look for free version on my blog.
Crochet: Afghan block
Fun Valentine’s Day-themed 9” afghan block features my yo-yo circles worked into the pattern, then outlined to make a familiar heart shape. A border round of heart-shaped V-stitches adds a little whimsy.
Crochet: Cowl
New free pattern alert! Free Version of pattern on my blog, http://julieyeagerdesigns.com
Crochet: Afghan block
I love to crochet with Caron Cakes; the wool/acrylic blend is enjoyable to work with and the colors are fabulous. Each skein features five bright colors and I designed this motif to use precisely the amount of yarn in one color change; you will get seven motifs from each skein. Eight skeins will give you a nice size throw of about 45” x 58” but...
Crochet: Throw
And now for something completely different - a new approach to the hexagon afghan. 61 hexagons in 6 different patterns bordered and arranged in a fun shape. You can use as few as 4 colors or as many as you’d like. This afghan boasts portable construction, a variety of crochet stitches, a unique and unusual shape, and you can even use it as a st...
Crochet: Throw
This is an adaptation of my Spiral Hexaround Motif, joined in groups of 4 for a new look. Each quartet is bordered with a round of single crochet and joined together with optional half-hexagons.
Crochet: Afghan block
Here is the last installment in our Block of the Month 2013 on the Julie Yeager Designs Board.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
The stitch pattern in this hat expands on the corrugated rib stitch popularly used in waistbands and wristbands of Fair Isle type sweaters. You knit one color and purl the second color so it does not curl, although it is not stretchy like most ribbing. This would be a good time to learn two handed stranding - I usually do the knit stitches Cont...
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Cowl
Fast and easy cowl pattern using under 2 skeins of Vanna’s Choice; what’s not to like?
Crochet: Throw
A new take on the traditional granny square, with a pattern that does not skew, no matter how big it gets! Adaptable to any size, this version uses over 5 pounds of bulky weight yarn and finishes at a generous size of 72” x 72”.
Crochet: Afghan block
This 12” afghan square is fast, fun and deceptively easy to crochet. Use black as your outline for a stained glass effect, or go with a bright or muted palette. You can’t go wrong, and I’ll bet you can’t make just one.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is an easy pattern that starts with a crochet rib brim. Stitches are picked up on the side of the beginning strip. Pattern is an easy granny type stitch with hdc and smooth decreases to the top. Slightly slouchy. I was able to change the size with a change of hook and yarn, but sizes are given for Teen through XL, and you can easily adapt ...
Crochet: Afghan block
These are patterns for four 4” x 4” blocks that present some interesting and fun-to-make techniques.
Crochet: Afghan block
This started out as a round dishcloth; the loopy fabric in cotton yarn will provide nice scrubbing texture. When expanded into a 12” square it will make a thick and substantial afghan square. I think it would also be fabulous as a pillow top.
Crochet: Afghan block
Versatile 6” motif to use up your scraps.
Crochet: Afghan block
Designed for my crafty friend Margaret’s (mugginsquilts) comfortghan, using the Tapestry Crochet technique. Two colors are used in each round, and you crochet over the yarn not in use. Easy pattern with written instructions. 12” block with two variations for a 9” version are included.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This is a quick to make hat in single crochet using the Tapestry Crochet technique. 3 sizes are offered, 22, 23, and 24”. You will need approximately 65 g of Main Color and 25 g of a Contrast Color of an aran or worsted weight yarn.
Crochet: Throw
This is an easily memorized repetitive pattern with a versatile, modern result.
Crochet: Throw
To evoke only the best memories of your favorite granny square blanket…
Crochet: Scarf, Cowl, Throw
New for 2019 - Updated pattern with Baby Blanket version - so pretty in shades of Caron Cakes. I’ve changed the name to Mesmerizing Ripple.
Crochet: Throw
Formerly my 2017 Mystery Afghan, Midday Mandala consists of mostly easy stitching with post stitches, some motif work, and some long continuous rounds. Just enough variety so you will not get bored. Finished sample in Stonewashed XL measures 72” across, smaller version in Colour Crafter dk yarn measures about 56”.
Crochet: Throw
This is a modern and elegant hexagon motif to make excellent use of your favorite self-striping yarn. 3 rounds in a self-striping yarn and 1 round in a coordinating solid and you will quickly complete your motifs. Join using Join As You Go or slip stitch the motifs together for a beautiful and luxurious throw.
Crochet: Afghan block
Like “In Treble,” this pattern relies on the treble cluster. Much of the flower is double thickness so it will make a warm and cushy afghan. The pattern is repetitive and easily learned - all of which spells fun crocheting in my book! Photo tutorial included with pattern.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
Easy knit/purl pattern, with options for ladies Medium and Large/XL sizes, as well as a Baby/Toddler size called Baby Addison. Baby version was done with Size 6 needles to a gauge of 18/26.
Crochet: Throw
My 2020 MysteryGhan is now complete! Introducing Octa’Ghan! Pattern consists of 9 distinct unique and fun afghan square motifs plus 2 half-squares that can be assembled in a one-of a kind octagon shape or enlarged into a lozenge shape. Also looks lovely assembled in a square or rectangle or can be used in any sampler afghan - each of the 11 pat...
Crochet: Baby Blanket
Suitable for the beginner, this pattern contains two versions of a gently rolling ripple blanket that I call broad stripes and narrow stripes. 800 g of aran weight yarn is enough to complete both blankets in a baby blanket size - approx 30” x 30”. Optional border pattern is included; looks good with and without border.
Crochet: Throw
Knitting: Throw
Here is a pattern for 8 square motifs to combine into a modern and versatile home decor item. This eye-catching throw will impress, yet it can be knit by the beginning knitter. Seven motifs are portable and easily memorized, with one intermediate level intarsia design. Have fun combining your yarns and colors or just go with a two-toned sophist...
Crochet: Afghan block
Free version on my blog.
Crochet: Afghan block
Crochet: Throw
Roses and Ivy is my crocheted version of an allover knitted sweater pattern that resembled roses and ivy on a trellis. Constructed of many individual motifs, your choice of colors will give many different looks. So many beautiful versions have been posted!
Crochet: Afghan block
If you have the Deco’Ghan pattern then you already have this motif!
Crochet: Throw
Here is a cute and easy round ripple - thoroughly tested on my Ravelry Board .
Crochet: Throw
This is an eye-catching afghan constructed of six enormous granny squares. Large expanses of solid color will help you appreciate your beautiful yarn colors. Easy stitching with mostly double crochet will provide a relaxing crochet experience.
Crochet: Afghan block
FREE ON BLOG
Crochet: Throw
Also available at a discount along with 3 other relaxing patterns in my Ripple, Relax and Crochet e-book.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
There is an error in the pattern which I haven’t had a chance to fix. UPDATE 12/19/2020 - will update in a few days! It’s been a while so I cannot remember but think it is rather obvious so if you would like to try it, download it free with Coupon Code SNOWFLAKE.
Crochet: Afghan block
Make this the centerpiece of your Halloween-themed afghan!
Crochet: Afghan block
This is a fairly easy design that relies on the Spike Stitch - a long double crochet worked into a row below the working row.
Crochet: Afghan block
August 2013 block on the Julie Yeager Designs board. Come join us for a new 12” afghan block design every month this year.
Crochet: Throw
Fans of my Modern Blanket of Flowers know that I love self-striping yarn. When self-striping yarn is crocheted in rounds and joined at the end of each round, an unattractive jog can develop, so this motif is worked as a spiral without joins to interrupt the color flow. The subtle spiral in a hexagon is fast and easy to crochet.
Crochet: Afghan block
Three-dimensional five-petaled flower is pretty and fun to make. Crab stitch and raised border add variety.
Crochet: Throw
Originally our 2015 Mystery Afghan; now compiled into one file with photos.
Crochet: Afghan block
Like light shining through a stained-glass window, this afghan square will brighten your day. It is easy to stitch with only a few post stitches; most is single and double crochet.
Crochet: Afghan block
October 2013 Afghan Block of the Month on the Julie Yeager Designs Board.
Crochet: Afghan block
Free version on my blog, http://julieyeagerdesigns.com
Crochet: Throw
Sweet Pea was my 2016 MysteryGhan, and all the clues are now complete and in one file.
Knitting: Beanie, Toque
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Crochet: Afghan block
This is a 12” Afghan Block with an interesting post stitch construction - the surface crochet is worked within the pattern and looks a little like a spider web. I also thought “Tangled Web” described the friendly online relationship we all have here on Ravelry.
Crochet: Afghan block
Bright, whimsical 12” afghan square utilizing my “yo-yo” technique in which the flowers are worked right into the fabric of an easy double crochet granny square.
Crochet: Afghan block
Floral granny with a multilayered lily sitting on a lily pad. Some challenging stitch construction but give it a try. Support at the Julie Yeager Designs Ravelry group. Please post photos of your finished work - I would love to see it.
Crochet: Throw
Thanks for Crocheting Along - Pattern is now a free Ravelry Download - Enjoy!
Crochet: Headband
Easy head wrap makes a warm statement and a quick gift! Tall enough to cover the ears with style.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Fun and easy hat designed to take advantage of the five coordinating colors of Caron X Pantone, this pattern can also be quickly crocheted in a one-color version.
Crochet: Afghan block
Changed this design to a free download in honor of its nomination for best Hot Pad design by The Crochet Awards 2015.
Knitting: Beret, Tam
A cute introduction to intarsia knitting, you can use up small amounts of yarn leftovers with this quick and easy beret, which is knit flat and seamed. Knowledge of Knit, Purl, increases and decreases, mattress stitch and the basics of intarsia (wrapping new color) is needed to succeed with this pattern. Uses about 15 grams (25 yards) each of 6...
Crochet: Throw
I’ve put the file up again - after I went over the pattern I found that there are no errors, but it is more of a recipe than a pattern - so I would say only attempt this if you are an EXPERT crocheter and intuitively know how to crochet to any shape. It’s fun and easy but you have to know what you’re doing before you start. :)
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
FAST FAST FAST - Complete this hat in about an hour!
Crochet: Afghan block
Pattern for two fun granny squares that can be combined to form a gingham-like pattern. Squares as shown measure 5” square with aran weight yarn and a 5.0 (H) hook but you can use your favorite yarn and appropriate hook.