I have a new crochet pattern ready and I’ll be giving away little hints about what it is until I release it on Friday when I will be giving away some free PDF patterns.
Want one? Here’s how to enter:
- Come back on Friday and comment on the pattern blog post about how you would make my newest design and how you found my blog.
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I’ll use random.org to choose the winners. If you entered but didn’t win I’ll send you a coupon code to buy my new pattern at a discount as a thank you for entering. Again commenting on this post won’t enter you in the giveaway so come back on Friday!
A great first lace shawl, the lace pattern is easy to memorize and all that is required is to knit, purl, yarn over, k2tog and ssk. This top-down airy shawl is the perfect quick-to-make wrap to wear to Prom (which is what I made it for), an evening out or anytime a little elegance is needed. Make it in a sock yarn and you could wear it with jeans and a t-shirt! Tie the ends behind your back and you have a shrug-like garment. The gauze like mohair stripes cascade over your back like a waterfall, flowing smoothly into the frothy gently ruffled edge.Want it bigger? Just add more yarn and keep on going in the body pattern before adding the ruffle.
For more info click here or for on Ravelry click here.
Easy Neckwarmer Headband
Yarn: 100 yards of worsted weight such as; Cascade 220 or Noro Kureyon
Needles: size 8 24″ for the circular version, size 8 straights for the seamed version
Size: stretches up to 23″ circumference
Available on Ravelry.com
The perfect Christmas or birthday gift!
It’s quick, easy and only takes 100 yards of worsted yarn. Whether your neck is cold in the office or you are heading up to the mountains, you’ll want to take a couple along in a few different colors!
Don’t stick with just the basic pattern, add pins, buttons, patches, embroidery or crocheted flowers to really make it your own and show off your sense of style
I just released my first for-sale pattern!
You can buy it in my patterns section or on ravelry.
I think every girl could benefit from one of these scarves!
Yarn: 1 skein of Lion Brand Moonlight Mohair
Needles: size 19
Skill level: Pretty easy, great first lace project
This beautiful scarf is sure to win you lots of compliments from knitters and non-knitters alike. Wear it over a black dress for a night out or t-shirt and jeans for an everyday glamorous look. It knits up super quick and you won’t even use your entire skein of yarn. You could also try knitting it in; Rowan Kidsilk Haze, Rowan Kidsilk Night or Noro Aurora.
P.S. You could always buy the pattern and some yarn and get a knitter to knit it for you. 😉