Are you intimidated by Tapestry Crochet? Well, it is not as hard as it looks! If you can crochet back and forth in rows and color by the numbers, you can work tapestry crochet! Continue reading
Free pattern! The Rainbow Ridge Afghan features the popular chevron stripe pattern with a textured twist. I chose to use 6 bright colors for my afghan, but this design would also be lovely as a baby blanket or in a neutral color palette.
The Diamond Lace Infinity Scarf pattern is now available! This cozy, yet lightweight scarf works up quickly with worsted weight yarn and a lacy stitch pattern. Continue reading
Our new slipper sock pattern has been released! We are very excited about this pattern. This pattern has been in the works for several months now. This sock is super stretchy and makes a great gift. It is now available here:
Free pattern! This easy-to-make crochet potholder is double thick to protect your hands, counters, and table. A pretty, yet practical gift that will last for years. I make these for gifts and people always love them. I like to use cotton yarn because it is insulating and machine washable. Unlike some yarns, cotton will not melt when you put hot pots and pans on it. Continue reading
This pattern uses fingering yarn, but you could use worsted weight for a bigger motif for a blanket or pillow.
Worked in worsted weight cotton yarn, this would also be a beautiful trivet for your kitchen.
Click Here to see the free crochet pattern.