Colt Tryon

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Crochet: Beanie, Toque
Are you on an adventure, trying to find that perfect quick and versatile Beanie? Look no further, this one is for you. It captures that moment you are standing in the middle of the forest while you are out hiking, backpacking or even camping, you look up and you see that you are surrounded by beautiful old Timber, looking up through the clearin...
Crochet: Coaster
Are you looking for a fun, quick and versatile coaster, that will add uniqueness from the outdoors into your home? Plus, it’s a a beginner friendly pattern.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
This pattern uses the box stitch, but with a modification to the stitch. I have included pictures to show how to complete the envision.
Crochet: Cup / Mug
As a former Barista, I was inspired to create a pattern that can be coupled with your favorite beverage. The name for this cozy comes from an old roast called Vienna Dark Roast (from Starbucks). The Aroma from it brewing is captivating. When you head out the door, don’t forget this cozy. It will give that little spark you need for day to day ad...
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
The bobbles are worked two different ways. You have the traditional bobble. I took a little spin on the traditional bobble to use 5 unworked treble crochets, to create the extended bobble, which made this row have a ruffle effect to the middle of the beanie.
Crochet: Cowl
The inspiration behind this pattern, was inspired by the love I have for the outdoors. When, I would be out hiking, there were always these trails off the main path. Those to me are the hidden trails waiting to be discovered. There were times I would follow them to see where they would venture to, and the end result were beauties that haven’t b...
Crochet: Cowl
The inspiration for this pattern came from a medical term called “cardiomyopathy” which cause your heart to become enlarged, thick, or rigid. That is what was incorporated into the puff stitches. Just to show how the heart looks in the state of cardiomyopathy.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
When designing this shawl, I was trying to go for something simple, the cross stitch came to mind. I love the way the stitch looks worked up. Shawls are my go to kind of scarf, as you can wear it as a scarf or you can wrap yourself up, while sitting on the beach, by the campfire, on the couch watching a movie, or while at the store shopping.