Scarf

Free Crochet Pattern: Swift Current Scarf

I’m such a sucker for cool color palettes of blue and green. I lived in Hawaii for awhile when I was growing up and the ocean water was nothing short of extraordinary. So crisp and blue. The Swift Current Scarf has been designed by and is available exclusively at the Universal Yarns website. You can […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Globetrotter Shawl

It’s not very often that I’m able to find crochet patterns in Bruges Lace (pronounced without the “s”). Don’t let the name scare you, though. Bruges Lace can be extremely detailed, but this project is more of a basic design and will be easier to learn. I took a look at the instructions and I […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Comfy Mochi Cowl

Are you in love with self-striping yarns? I really can’t get enough of them. I want to try them all! Have you seen Mini Mochi from Crystal Palace? The colorways are fantastic and the yarn is sublime. Jessie Rayot of Jessie At Home has used Mini Mochi for this project. Mini Mochi is a lovely […] Read more…

Link Blast: Virus Shawl Phenomenon

I would have to be living under a rock if I wasn’t aware of the mysterious Virus Shawl Phenomenon. Nearly every single day, someone in my Facebook group is asking “What is a Virus Shawl?” or “Why is it called a Virus Shawl?” or “Where can I find the pattern?” For this reason, and to […] Read more…

Free Crochet Patterns: Swirling Pebbles Beanie and Scarf

Here’s a special treat for you at Make It Crochet: not one, but TWO free crochet patterns! Kathy Lashley of ELK Studio designed this matching set just in time for the perfect gift this season! Kathy has used Premier Sweet Roll yarn and took full advantage of the gorgeous striping formed by the yarn to […] Read more…

Free Crochet Pattern: Trillium Shawl

I love finding unique items for you, here at Make It Crochet. Alexis Middleton of Persia Lou is a Make It Crochet favorite! Take a look at the crispness of the project shown in the photography. That wonderful look is achieved by using the cotton-linen blend. I’ve never heard of the yarn she used (Lindy […] Read more…

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