Free Crochet Pattern: Lacy Jacket

For those of you on the internet for awhile, I’ll bet you forgot about this beauty! And, for those of you new to the internet world of crochet, here’s something that absolutely “exploded” on the internet several years’ ago. This is a “Chan”, a Doris Chan. Isn’t it lovely?! Doris hadn’t been designing all that […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Splash of Spring Cowl

Sometimes you buy a really special hank or skein of yarn and you just hold onto it, waiting for that special project to come along. That is what happened with Tamara Kelly of Moogly. The Splash of Spring Cowl is made using a beautiful hand-dyed merino/bamboo blend from Yarn Baby LLC. The color is so […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Emy’s Beanie

In the world of crochet, there are not many times that I see something new, but this is definitely new to me. This is Emy’s Beanie, designed by Manda Nicole. Her use of changing colors within a highly-textured post stitch design is pure genius! I love it! And, it’s free! Free as a bird, my […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Sunny Spread

This design, by Ellen Gormley, has been available since 2008. But, it’s no less beautiful now than it was then. And, hey! Did you know that Ellen is now the editor of Crochet! magazine? You can have all this yummy, elegant texture in your home for the bargain price of FREE! Red Heart Yarns has […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Friendship Shawl

This is one of my designs from several years’ ago, but it’s recently been getting a lot of attention in several groups. When commissioned to design this shawl, I was asked to do something a little more challenging. And, while this design isn’t difficult, it has several different stitch patterns and elements to it which […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Blackberry Salad

The more I learn about Tamara Kelly, the more I like her. And, who can’t love a website called Moogly? Adorable! This is a really terrific blanket and would be great as full size as well. I remember when I did a blanket with a very similar stitch pattern for my first child. I received […] Read more…

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