Leaf market bag is a balance between a pretty lace bag with a splash of color and something sturdy enough to tote groceries. This pattern comes with detailed instruction on how to adjust the diameter of the bag, charts, color charts and full written instructions.
This cross body bag was a joy to work on. It's a fast project that really lets you play with color. This patterns comes with detailed written instruction, charts and has YouTube video tutorials for the difficult part.
This pattern will be free during the month of march, to do what I can to help others during this difficult time. Using less than 300 yards of yarn, this cheery bag is a perfect spring time stash buster.
I was once again stuck with a single ball of yarn that I loved and the challenge of how to use it. This light weight, colorful hat makes use of a classic crochet pattern that can easily be adjusted for size.
Top down, ribbed hat will keep you warm and show off your team pride. If you have never tried a top down hat before, I have a video of how to make them that goes along with the pattern.
This dynamic sweater can by styled and assembled in many different ways. This size inclusive design includes lovely lace that creates beautiful drape, charts, written instructions, pictures and a video on assembly.
This sweater looks like it is Tunisian crochet and you get all the benefits of Tunisian without the need for new hooks or to learn a whole new system of crocheting. I even have a how to video on this linked treble stitch.
Modern lace gives this cowl a fun, geometric design that is flattering to both multicolored and solid yarns. Designed to use just one ball of yarn (220 yards) in almost any weight, this pattern includes written directions and crochet charts.
The tall stitches in this shawl show off busy, hand dyed yarns and create a balance that lets them shine. Instructions included for sizes ranging from 17 inches deep to 35 inches deep
Each design in this garment, spans multiple origins and can be seen in garments and households across many continents and cultures. This patter comes with 17 pages of detailed directions including color charts and written direction for those who don't like charts.
I love the look of big, flowing garments. Often times, when I try to recreate those looks on my small frame I end up looking stumpy or like I’ m wearing an afghan. The proportion of this ruana has been changed, so you get that big flowy feel, without being swallowed up.
This is my very first blanket. These patterns are very time intensive. Be patient I will be adding more as soon as possible.
This colorful blanket is a celebration of summer. It takes from two parts of my personal history, being brought up in the western United States and living in the bright, colorful south. This pattern is 15 pages plus and includes coloring sheets, schematics, detailed assembly directions and charts. I will soon have video tutorials up for this blanket.
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