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
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Last Stop!: Faina’s Knitting Mode

The last stop on the Little Crochet blog tour is with Faina Goberstein, who writes a blog called Faina’s Knitting Mode. She asked me a series of questions for her Designer’s Studio series, which is an ongoing project where she gives a peek into the lives of knit and crochet designers.  I first met Faina [...]

Day 22: Yarn Thing!

I just got finished doing my interview with the wonderful (and incredibly flattering) Marlaina Bird on her Yarn Thing Podcast. We talked about several of the projects in the book and what’s next. Head over and check it out!

The last time I was on Marly’s podcast, she convinced me to come to TNNA. You [...]

Day 21: Petite Purls

If you mostly (or only) crochet, you might not have heard about Petite Purls yet. It’s a delightful zine chock full of patterns for kids. Most of the patterns are knitted, but each issue features a couple of pretty crochet designs and usually a sewn project or two. The current issue features my Little Sister [...]

Day 20: Feeling Stitchy (+ A new pattern!)

Today’s stop on the Little Crochet blog tour is with Flor of Feeling Stitchy, which you might know as an embroidery blog. That’s because it is, but I’m always trying to reel in the every-crafters to give the hook a try. That’s why my working title at Yarnivore  is Crochet Evangelist. But really, the reason [...]

Day 19: Kristin Omdahl

Kristin Omdahl, one of my favorite crochet designers, will be reviewing Little Crochet today. Kristin is the author of several books, Crochet So Fine being my favorite–and she’s also the crochet expert on Knitting Daily TV. I met Kristin in June at TNNA (the yarn industry’s trade show) where we enjoyed quite a few belly [...]

Day 18: Susan Beal

Today’s blogger for the Little Crochet blog tour happens to be a good friend of mine–Susan Beal. Susan is actually the person who suggested I write a book (that became Crochet Adorned), and made it seem like something that I could actually do. Susan has been a career inspiration for me for many years, and [...]

Day 17: Cal Patch

I don’t know that I’ve ever actually spent more than 10 minutes (in “real life”) with today’s poster, we passed like ships in the night when I lived in New York. But we’ve chatted back and forth online for years about the state of crochet, and the crusade for cool crochet. Cal Patch writes a [...]

Day 16: Vickie Howell

For today’s Little Crochet blog tour stop, I virtually sat down with Vickie Howell for a Q+A about Little Crochet. You might know Vickie from her time as host on Knitty Gritty, for her many books [Vickie Howell's Pop Goes Crochet! and Craft Corps are just a couple], and psst, for her new yarn line [...]

Day 15: WhipUp

For today’s Little Crochet stop, I did a guest post on Whipup, the everything crafts blog by Kathreen Ricketson. We decided it would be fun to showcase some of the projects in the book that utilize other craft skills, like sewing and embroidery. Head over and check it out!

Day 14: Laurie Wheeler

I just met Laurie Wheeler this weekend, when she was in town (er, close enough) for the Crochet Liberation Front Flamies Live ceremony (which you can listen to here). Laurie, aka Fearless Leader, has been writing for years about the crochet market and encouraging more high-end yarn companies to cater to crocheters. When I talked [...]