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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Day 13: Robyn Chachula

Today we’re heading over to Crochet by Faye, Robyn Chachula’s crochet blog (named after her dog, who inspired her first crochet design!).  Robyn is one of my very favorite designers and I started paying attention to her very soon after she started designing. I can’t lie, I’m envious of her ability to draw her own [...]

Day 12: The Crochet Dude

Today’s stop on the blog tour is with none other than The Crochet Dude himself, Drew Emborsky. You may know Drew from his popular books (Crochet It. Love It. Wear It! being the latest), his product line with Simplicity or his appearances on Knit and Crochet Now. I first met Drew at TNNA and then [...]

Day 11: Go Crochet! with Ellen Gormley

Today we’re heading over to Ellen Gormley’s blog, Go Crochet. Here Ellen, fellow crochet designer, writes all about the day to day life of being a crochet designer. Head over to read her review of the book, I know she’ll give you her honest opinion. She also has her own book coming out soon, Go [...]

Day 10: Kristin Nicholas

Today’s blog tour host, Kristin Nicholas of Getting Stitched on the Farm, is a big source of  inspiration to me. I became familiar with her work when she did some projects for Adorn and I remember how excited I was for her great embroidery book, Colorful Stitchery. She’s since written several lush books, all of [...]

Day 8: FutureGirl

Today’s stop on the Little Crochet blog tour is with Alice Merlino, aka FutureGirl. Alice is a crocheter+ crafter whose blog I’ve been reading for years and years. She is crazy in the best kind of way–for her, there are never too many colors (or ends to weave in) and when she sets her mind [...]

Day 9: Brett Bara and Knit Picks

Today’s first stop is with Brett Bara of Manhattan Craft Room. You might know her as the host of Knit and Crochet Now, or the founding editor of Crochet Today magazine. But when I lived in New York,  she was my lunchtime buddy, sounding board/excellent listener, and of course, the crochet hip-ifying lady you know [...]

Day 7: Shibaguyz

Today’s stop is with Shannon Mullett-Bowlsby of Shibaguyz Designz (in addition to crochet designing and gardening, they raise the  most adorable Shibas). I met Shannon through a mutual friend and then in person at TNNA, where we had some good laughs at the designer dinner. Shannon is nominated for the Best New Crochet Designer Flamie [...]

Day 6: Getting Loopy, Stefanie Japel, + More

Sorry for this late-in-the-day post, I’m still recovering from all of the fun at the DFW Fiber Fest this weekend. I taught a couple of classes, dropped some cash with the vendors, and learned a couple of cool things myself. One of my students showed me how she knooked (a combination of knitting and  hooking, [...]

Day Five: Joanna Johnson

I met Joanna Johnson for the first time at TNNA in January, after having reviewed Phoebe’s Sweater,  one of her adorable children’s books,  for Knitting Today!. We became fast friends over our mutual understanding about the need for sleep and food even in the midst of a buzzing trade show, among other things. I was [...]

Day Four: CraftyPod

Note: Since I’m away teaching at the DFW Fiber Fest this week, these posts may show up earlier than the posts they reference–check back, I’ll add direct links as soon as I can.
I’ve known Diane Gilleland, aka Sister Diane of CraftyPod, for so long that I can’t quite remember how we ever found each other [...]