Quick to knit, this cowl takes just one skein of super bulky yarn, and maybe an hour or so to work up. Before you can sing Auld Lang Syne, you’ll have your first project of the year off your needles an ready to wear. What a wonderful way to ring in the New Year! It’s a pretty sweet beginner pattern as well. Pattern uses Super Bulky yarn from The Lemonade Shop.
This project was made with a very fluffy sport weight yarn, but my gauge was similar when using worsted weight yarn. If using another hook or yarn, make a swatch with the first 5 rounds and block to see if you like the fabric it makes. If the stitches are too tight, go up in hook size. If the stitches are too loose, go down in hook size. This pattern was first available as part of the October 2019 Knitcrate Membership Crate.
This project was made with a very fluffy sport weight yarn, but my gauge was similar when using worsted weight yarn. If using another hook or yarn, make a swatch with the first few rounds and block to see if you like the fabric it makes. If the stitches are too tight, go up in hook size. If the stitches are too loose, go down in hook size. This pattern was first available as part of the October 2019 Knitcrate Membership Crate.
Crocheted on the bias, this pattern combines columns of double crochet and X stitches to create a light-weight scarf or wrap that will perfectly compliment your vibe. Wear it as a scarf with jeans or as a wrap on date night. Featured in the February 2019 Knitcrate Malabrigo Partner Crate.
Just a few months ago, my husband’s Aunt Jane learned how to crochet. Living in Northern Wisconsin, she’s quickly learning how lovely it is to wear crocheted items in the cold winter, and now she wants to make all the things! If you know how to use these three stitches, you can definitely make this pattern. It includes instructions for both a cowl and scarf. For those who prefer charts, a crochet chart is included. Instructions also include adjustments to make the cowl or scarf larger or smaller.
Pattern featured as part of Cameo Yarns Merry & Bright Holiday Kits. Worked seamlessly in the round, the pattern is written in two sizes: 32” around (short) and 45” around (long). Pattern is easily adjustable to make it longer or shorter, and will work well with any yarn weight (check gauge for sizing adjustments when using a different yarn weight). Ideal for mini skeins like the Cameo Yarns set used either on their own or matched with another solid color for the ribbed sections. Or make it in all one color, or even two colors. Perfect pattern for playing!
Ditch those little paper coffee sleeves the next time you have a coffee date and slip on one of these stylish cabled cozies. If you’ve never tried to crochet cables but you’ve wanted to, this is a great starter pattern. Make it for yourself or as a gift! You’ll receive instructions for both of these coffee sleeves. Mocha is a thicker twisty cable, and Latte is the viney cable. The cables on both are placed in just the right spots so you can comfortably grip your coffee cup. Adjustments are included for creating this pattern in two colors.
This cute little crocheted envelope is perfect for Valentine’s Day or any gift giving occasion. Perfect for a note and few chocolates or a gift card or a special gift requiring special packaging. Just takes 50-60 yards of scrap yarn to make and is easily adjustable to make it larger or smaller.
This is a great basic pattern with an easy to remember repeat, perfect for the beginning crocheter looking to try a triangle shawl pattern and the experienced crocheter who’s searching for that perfect pattern to work up on movie night. It’s also an ideal pattern for comfort and prayer shawls. And…it’s easily adjustable to any size.
A symbol of renewal and rebirth, the inspiration of the phoenix is present both in the tonal changes of the yarn and the stitch construction, creating this half-circle shawl that will encourage you to spread your wings and fly. This pattern uses both back and front post stitches in combination with our favorite basics. One special stitch, has both written instructions and a photo tutorial to show you how to make it and where to place your stitches.
Alternating speckled and variegated yarn brings to life a whimsical shawl, part zebra stripes and part beautifully colored unicorn: the mythical zebracorn. Designed with cleverly placed half double crochets to create a solid fabric with knit-like ridges, and star stitch edging providing additional texture that celebrates glorious, exuberant colors.
Just 3 rounds and 3 rows and your ornament is complete! Create it with or without beads if you prefer. It’s also ideal for a little extra love when decorating your wrapped gifts, appliques or other embellishments. Instructions are both written and charted. One chart shows the pattern without beads and the other shows them with beads.
This pattern celebrates the incredible colors in variegated yarn, in particular, the Peruvian Dream Worsted from MJ Yarns. Alternating between half double crochets and slip stitches allows that free loop of the hdc to give your piece texture and a little ridge throughout.
This pattern uses the double crochet cross stitch to give you an open stitch scarf with wonderful drape. The final touch of a beaded lattice edging compliments the glow of the Teresa Ruch Designs 3/2 Tencel yarn. Make it as a scarf or a wrap!
Great little pattern for a bulky weight yarn that can be easily increased for an infinity scarf or made just as it was written. Example made with Misty Alpaca Hand Paint yarn (one hank is enough for a cowl). Broomstick lace in the round. No seaming.