Are you ready for the easiest crochet hat pattern? The Striped Herringbone Hat is a wonderful project for beginners because it doesn’t involve increasing or decreasing. It’s worked up as a flat panel and stitched together at the end. In fact, this was the first crochet hat one of my pattern testers made and it looked absolutely gorgeous. Don’t feel intimidated by the name either! If you don’t know how to create the herringbone half double crochet stitch, I will teach you! Everything you need to know is in this post so let’s dive in!Continue reading
This square motif is a great little project. It’s perfect for when you have that itch to make something but don’t know what. A small project is always a great way to get motivated when need a push to get back into the crafty zone. It also is a nice project for scrap yarn or little left over balls from other projects.Continue reading
We are just a few weeks into January but I’m seeing a lot of talk about Valentine’s Day. I know it’s not until next month but for makers like us, we often like to plan and prepare ahead of time. We like to figure out what to make for upcoming holidays and special celebrations, and gather all the yarn and materials needed for those projects. This is my first pattern release of 2020 and is a great little project for any skill level. It takes about an hour to make and is perfect for handing out to friends or a special someone.Continue reading
Today I’d like to share with you the Bobble Row Cowl. A free crochet pattern that uses only two stitches: bobbles and herringbone half double crochet. If you are not familiar with those stitches, I have included a quick written tutorial to guide you along. I used Red Heart Super Saver Ombre for this cowl and it took approximately 3/4 of the skein. The pattern is very flexible should you want to make it a little long or shorter for your personal preference.
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Continuing with my pattern write ups, today I’m chatting with you about my crochet design, The Colourway Cowl. You’ll find the pattern below. I think revisiting it now is a great time because the fall weather is definitely upon us and there have been a few days where I even dug out my winter jacket for my morning errands. One feeling I really can’t stand is having cold, chilly air on my neck so it’s pretty common for me to have a variety of scarves and cowls hanging around my house. You can start to see where my inspiration for this pattern is coming from!Continue reading