Lorraine Pugh

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
Welcome to the first Mystery Crochet-Along, hosted by me, Lorraine! The nature of a Mystery-Crochet-Along is just that, mysterious & unknown – not knowing what you will be making. Clues will be revealed along with weekly prompts to enhance your well-being. The prompts are designed to help us live a more peaceful life, inspired by the calmin...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl looks breath-taking in a gradient yarn. In the pattern, I have used a custom 200g gradient in black to turquoise, from Wollelfe on etsy. However you could easily use any other yarn weight as you can finish the shawl after any shell row (the earlier to finish, the smaller the shells).
Crochet: Afghan block
The inspiration for making this motif was a mixture of sources, including geometric mosaics and colorful yarns.
Crochet: Animal Toy
Matilda and Hugh are a pair of beautiful squishy cows. Their legs are dangly, but they can also sit and even stand if you get the balance just right!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
“The Winter was coming to an end; the forest floor, a springy mattress of plump, damp earth beneath her boots. She took rest at her favourite spot, gently placing her trove of nature’s treasures on the wooden table top, before retrieving her journal from her backpack. A perfect time to sit, contemplate and write”
Crochet: Scarf
Feeling Festive?!
Crochet: Scarf
You know those times when you’re asked to fill in ‘a little bit about yourself’? Job applications, social media profiles etc. How can we possibly confine our complex characteristics and individuality into a tiny space like that?! We all have a unique mix of interests, and I tend to shift from one obsession to another, depending on my mood and t...
Crochet: Afghan block
’Crochet’ + ‘Cozy’ = ‘Crozy’!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This is a pattern unlike any other. Shaped like a giant heart, with a set of wings, flowing down to a ‘V’ at the bottom. It’s unique shape can be worn in many ways. It drapes beautifully past the shoulders and down to your elbows, for a look of elegance, tapering down at the back. Raise your arms and spread your wings!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
An easy pattern and a modest design - great for beginners! I highly recommend wollelfe yarn, her gradients are beautiful and the DK yarn is wonderfully ‘squishy’. As with all my patterns, there is a little story included that inspired this shawl. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did designing it!