Twinkie Chan

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Crochet: Scarf
Finally, the perfect accessory for every plant-lover! This potted cactus scarf includes 4 different kinds of plants, loosely based on blue candle cacti, golden barrel cacti, prickly pear cacti, and moon cacti, each nestled in their own terracotta pots.
Crochet: Toy Food
Do you have delicious memories of ice cream cone clowns and clown cakes from your childhood? They are so zany and colorful! The cake part of this pattern is pretty easy to adapt to different sizes of cakes. Feel free to experiment. You’re not limited to the size that I chose. The cone might be tricky for absolute beginners, so practice your fro...
Crochet: Toy Food
Give your crocheted bakery a super cute spin with a bunny baguette! I also include the pattern for a non-bunny, regular baguette finish. I originally made a version of these bunny breads for my crocheted bakery installation Sucre Fleuf! in the group fiber arts show “Intangible” at Sweet Tooth Hotel in Dallas, TX in 2020. Enjoy!
Crochet: Scarf
My avocado scarf pattern is finally here! I originally posted a photo of the original avocado scarf in April 2009, and I finally wrote up this pattern in 2022! It was basically my pear scarf pattern with some changes, but in working this project again this year, I ended up changing the pattern a little bit, so now it’s still very similar to the...
Crochet: Scarf
I love strawberry-themed EVERYTHING. I can’t remember when I first designed and sold my strawberry scarves, but now you finally get to crochet one, too. My strawberry seeds are heart-shaped pony beads, so you’ll have fun playing with beaded crochet. You can also leave the beads off entirely and create seeds your own way. I used to double-strand...
Crochet: Toy Food
This pattern is a great stash buster! To crochet a super adorable strawberry halve, you’ll need about a yard of light pink, 2 yards of medium pink, 3 yards of red, and 1 yard of green. I used a light worsted weight yarn like Cascade 220 and a G/4.0mm hook.
Crochet: Softies - Other
100% Soft’s Dumpster Fire vinyl figure has been heralded as THE mascot for 2020. Now you can crochet your very own piece of super cute hot garbage. It’s squishy. It’s adorable. It’s where all your hopes and dreams burst into flames.
Crochet: Cowl
This Rainbow Rays Cowl pattern is great stitch practice for beginners and puts all the focus on these gorgeous colorways by JOMA Yarn for the August 2016 Yarn Crush subscription box. Working in the back loop creates a fun, ridge-y texture, playing with increases and decreases gives the project a beautiful spiral, and increasing the stitch heigh...
Crochet: Fingerless Gloves
I originally wrote this pattern for Yarn Crush’s January 2016 subscription box. I was really inspired by the cheerful, bright colorway that we chose which reminded me of birthday cakes, candy bins, and pretty fruit parfaits. I thought it would be fun to make some playful, stripey, fingerless mitts with a variety of textures and stitches. I pref...