Crochet Pattern PDFs

Peanut Butter Pattern, $6.50

Circles Scarf Pattern, $5.00

Stellar Beret Pattern, $5.00

Raindrops Scarf Pattern, $5.00

Artichoke Hat Pattern, $5.00

Lace Slouch Hat Pattern, $5.00

Starry Night Cardi Pattern, $6.50

Pebble Hat Pattern, $5.00

Petal Beret Pattern, $5.00

Covered Hangers Pattern, $5.00

Diamond Lace Scarf Pattern, $5.00

Blackberry Beret Pattern, $5.00

Cotton Candy Cowl Pattern, $5.00

Simple Hat Pattern, 4 Sizes, $5.00

Cables + Lace Scarf Pattern, $5.00
To see more of my crochet patterns, click here!.


Goings On

I haven’t felt much like posting, but I wanted to pop in and say thank you to everyone who has purchased a hat from my shop. I’ve already raised over $100 for Jasenn and my sis so hooray. I hope you like your hats!

I also wanted to mention that I’m doing a Sweet Baby Hoodie Crochet Along over at Craftstylish. It’s part of the holiday “Dare to Make It” Challenge. You know, dare to make all of your gifts! Anyway, if you crochet but haven’t crocheted a garment before, here’s the perfect small project to get you comfortable with all of the garment-making skills. Once you finish you will be totally ready to advance to making stuff for yourself. I will go through each piece step by step every week, plus I and am there to answer any questions you have along the way  (post there if you  have them, of course), so don’t hold back! I’d love to see some of you crochet along!

Speaking of holidays and making things, I’ve been going bananas (Oh, Rachel Zoe…) in the sewing room making bowls and more bowls. It is so relaxing and is helping me to keep a clear head right now. Sometimes I just want to make and I don’t want to think too much, and the bowls are just perfect for that. In fact I’m really missing having a ceramics class right now (I teach crochet at the same time it’s held, boo!) so this is my surrogate.  Again, if you happen to think you might get something from me this holiday, you should probably stop reading this blog right now. But you’ll forget by then anyway, so what the heck: Bowls!

I also thought I’d share these kitchen towels I’ve been crafting up. I ordered a couple of sets of Three Inch Squares from Starlit Nest and sewed them together into strips. I wasn’t sure what to do next till I found these kitchen towels, so I decorated one edge of each towel with a strip of squares. I figure they’ll go great with the bowls, and I really like all of the cute colors and designs (not to mention the pre-cut aspect of the squares! so addicting!). Check out Starlit Nest’s shop for a smattering of more fun fabrics (no, I am not getting paid to say that!)


Hope everyone is well and thanks again for your good thoughts.

  • erickamae

    i just came across your blog while doing a search for hot pad holders...and what a great blog to spend the afternoon in! i love these fabric baskets, they would be perfect to hold toys in. i didn't see a link, where did you find out how to make them? i did a google search....but nothing looked as good as yours do. they were a little to down home country for me! thanks.

  • LOVE those towels - I've been looking for an easy way to snazz up plain dish towels for myself. hmmm... I hope I'm on your gift list this year! (j/k!)

  • daisy mae

    I love love love the towels and bowls! I know where to go for unique fabric now. Thank you for sharing.
    I would love to do the Crochet Along. I even have the yarn already, little miss hoarder that I am. I just don't have a girl to give it to and I am crazy busy making all my gifts this year. Not an easy task with a 5 month old! It's good to know the pictures and instructions will be there should my next one be the girl I am hoping for. I am glad you've had sales for Jasenn too.

  • nanno

    Thanks to everyone for their support of Jasenn! It all means so much to us.

  • Everything looks wonderful! I love those bowls and kitchen towels. I am tempted to try that baby hoodie. I wish i didn't how so much on my list already :(

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