Zeens and Roger

Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This crescent shawl is a fun and stripey number that uses a basic form of interlocking crochet on its edging to create the brioche effect that is so popular in knitting right now. You can use a whole array of yarns should you wish. Here I’ve used a luxury sport weight yarn, a fluffy 2ply silk/mohair combo and a bargain wool/acrylic blend that I...
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
This shawl has evolved from the crochet fade shawl that is Holey Smokes! Lacy sections of crochet combined with gorgeous texture looks beautiful and this is something I’ve kept from the original. I love a triangle shawl but wanted something that wasn’t as deep, I was also desperate to try a Scheepjes Whirl and needed an excuse to buy one! I tho...
Crochet: Bag - Other
A fun corner-to-corner project inspired by Rosina’s Geo Rainbow Blanket from issue 90.
Crochet: Stocking
Here is a fun and easy Granny stitch hat that Father Christmas himself would wear with pride. Not content with designing a hat for a real sized person, accompanying this jolly headwear I have also included a pattern for mini versions. They look superb as Christmas decorations, either as a garland or as individual tree decorations.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
I have long wanted to design a crochet shawl that celebrates the fade, you know the sort; blending one shade into another and into another, creating a beautiful cascade of colour. I imagined lacy sections combined with gorgeous textures and have tinkered and played to come up with a combination that might make one exclaim “Holey Smokes!” (of co...
Crochet: Bedspread
The corner to corner stitch is one of my “go to” crochet stitches, I love it! Creating different graphics with this stitch couldn’t be easier and this pattern is evidence of that! Whether you’re a beginner or have made many C2C projects, this blanket is loads of fun to work up.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
There is an easy pattern repeat, making the shawl a joy to work up. This simple, elegant shawl truly comes alive when blocking, exposing the wicker effect in its full glory!
Crochet: Purse
This pattern contains three different colour chart designs for the main body of the bag and two different strap designs.
Crochet: Hair accessories
Send your little one off to the new term in these adorable hair accessories that are easy to match to school colours. This set is a great introduction to tapestry crochet and a fab stash buster!
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
I absolutely love this shawl! The colours speak for themselves, I didn’t want fancy stitches overshadowing their awesomeness. The simple stitch pattern means that this is a super relaxing project.The results are contemporary and sophisticated.
Crochet: Throw
The Geo Rainbow blanket is an excellent introduction to colour work in a corner to corner (c2c) “graphgan” project. The main body of this colourful toddler sized blanket is worked in one piece using colour work that creates a fantastic illusion. here is enough going on to make it fun but has no overly complicated colour changes (however, do be...
Crochet: Drawstring Bag
I’ve designed this fab little bag so that there is absolutely zero waste when using 2x 100 gram balls of t-shirt yarn. Of course, if you buy the giant cones of t-shirt yarns that are available then this bag could be made as large as you want!
Crochet: Scarf, Fingerless Gloves, Beanie, Toque
This is such a cosy set for autumn (and winter!). The aran yarn adds a nice subtle bulk without being too heavy. The colours remind me of blue skies and woodland walks. There is a definite vintage quality to the shades I’ve chosen (I’m having visions of long flowing hair and bell bottoms!). The colour possibilities are endless too.
Crochet: Toys and Hobbies - Other
This pattern is for a cute little witch and her friends Bat and Cat. These guys are perfect for decorating your Halloween tree or perhaps making into a garland. They’re fairly simple to make too. Some of the small parts are a weeny bit fiddly but that is expected with small amigurumi creations. Don’t make them at night because you’ll get scared...