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!.


Projects from Crochet Adorned

I was googling Crochet Adorned this week (yes, I do that!)  and I came across some fun projects inspired by the book, so I just had to share! There are so many ways you can use it even if you don’t want to make the exacct projects within–the stitch dictionary and how-to info makes for endless possibilities. Here are a few variations.

Hm, how do these look?

Kristin of Briney Deep Designs blogged about these cute elbow patches she made for a sweater of hers. As a mostly knitter, here’s what Kristin had to say in her post about the book: Perhaps the flexibility of the motifs is why I like Crochet Adorned so much. For example, I made elbow patches for an old sweater using a motif that was originally intended for a table mat. Overall, the book really encourages me to explore different uses for crochet that, as a knitter, I would not have otherwise realized were possible.

Fiber #18 // Amarynth

Jessica of Ayenforcraft converted an old pullover into a cardigan, then decorated it with bunches of blue flowers patterns she gathered  from the Garden Party Cardigan and Stitch Dictionary patterns. Very anthropologie! She even shares a tutorial for the sweater reconstruction right here–plus she was able to make all of the flowers from a skein leftover from another project.


Last but not least, Allison of Crafty Is Cool took the shoe embellishment idea to the next level and used daffodil pattern in the stitch dictionary to liven  up her flats. She says she absolutely loves them “and so do a few people that stopped me to ask about them when I was wearing them last night“.

Keep some refashioning ideas in mind as you unpack winter clothes that might not look as exciting this year as they did when you packed them away. A crocheted flower is the perfect way to hide a hole or stain, and a quick cut plus an edging can transform a too-snug sweater into a pretty cardigan. If you have a crochet project from my book that you’d like to share, pleaseadd it to the flickr group, post a link or email me to let me know!

  • Jessica

    Thanks for the mention! I definitely love the versatility of the projects in Crochet Adorned :-) as well as your general advice around crochet and embellishments!

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