•Crocheted CALM COWL – Finished Object!

calm cowl finished object


I finished crocheting this gorgeous Calm Cowl and just had to tell you about it!

YARN: I used my Shimmering Cashmere yarn… isn’t it scrumptious? So shimmery, due to the silk, and butter soft, from the cashmere. The shine, the richness of the colors… so REDONK! (I held all the yarn double)

-The black is some scrap yarn I had.

-The cream color is this yarn undyed. (If you’d like me to list some natural/undyed versions of my yarn, let me know!) Less […]

Rainbow Twist Easy Spiral Crocheted Scarf

My dear mommie made this beautiful scarf (along with many others) using my Rainbow Twist wool yarn (sold out… see other options here) and I just had to show you.

I wrote the pattern up here for you if you want it.

easy spiral crocheted scarf

easy crochet scarf pattern free

simple free crocheted scarf instructions

easy crocheted scarf pattern

 

Isn’t it beautiful? […]

By | 2017-09-04T14:05:03+00:00 October 4th, 2013|Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Finished Objects, Scarves and Cowls|3 Comments

A Beautiful Tree Frog Crocheted Scarf

You may remember the gorgeous crocheted scarf pattern I showed you a few weeks ago, using our luscious Peacock Dewdrop wool yarn… Well, here is the same scarf pattern (just click that link if you’d like the pattern!) shown in our cutie patootie gradient TREE FROG colorway. (Sold out… see current shades here.)

crocheted scarf pattern free

My angel of a mother crocheted these all up for me and they are my treasures!

free crochet scarf pattern

I just […]

Possibly The Cutest Booties I’ve Ever Seen

These crocheted booties are possibly the cutest I’ve ever seen. Ever.

As such, I’ll keep my words to a minimum and shower you with loads of pictures.

The yarn is my Macaw worsted wt wool (takes 3 skeins). We no longer carry this yarn, but you can use any worsted weight yarn here.

The pattern is by Bonita Patterns (love her stuff!).

I loved making these! I highly recommend the pattern!

crocodile stitch crochet booties pattern

crocodile stitch crochet booties pattern

By | 2017-09-04T14:05:04+00:00 June 8th, 2013|Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Finished Objects|72 Comments

“Through the Spectrum” – Spiral Crochet Scarf Pattern – FREE!

I’ve got a simple, beautiful, easy, beginner-level, but still-looks-fancy-like-you-really-know-what-you’re-doing Spiral Crochet Scarf Pattern for you. And it’s free! Who doesn’t love a free pattern? YAY!

My mom designed this pattern and made a scarf out of each of my Spectrum wools for you.  (They have long sold out, I’m afraid, but all of our current worsted weight yarns are here and two skeins will do the trick.)

I’m calling it “Through the Spectrum.” I’ll be posting pictures of all the different options, but for now, here is the scarf in PEACOCK DEWDROP (sold out).

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Free Sock Yarn Patterns – (That Aren’t Socks!)

Free patterns for you today! Who doesn’t love a gorgeous, free pattern? We all do!

I’ve got some knitted ones and some crocheted ones, depending upon your preferred craft. 

Did I design these? No. But I found them online and I hope you LOVE them!

I wanted to share these with you because I’m getting a TON of requests for project ideas using all the new sock yarns I’m getting listed in the shop.

So without further ado, here are some gorgeous free sock yarn patterns (that aren’t socks!).

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Metalouse by Stephen West

Is this GORG or what? I want one SOOO bad!

If the Sun Could Crochet – Free Boot Topper Pattern

I think if the sun could crochet, it would make something bright and warm and delicious and definitely yellow!

Maybe something like these crocheted yellow boot toppers!

I made these for my wonderful niece, Diana.

Yarn: 2 skeins of my bulky wt wool in color, Sunshine.

yellow crocheted boot topper pattern

I bundled these up in burlap and tied with some of the yarn remnants instead of using wrapping paper:

boot toppers pattern crochet

Due to the “lumpy bumpy” nature of the yarn, the edges […]

By | 2017-09-04T14:05:09+00:00 March 14th, 2013|Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Finished Objects, Hand-Spun Yarn|7 Comments

How to Create Your Own Custom Crocheted Circle Blanket Pattern!

Oh, I just KNEW as I was crocheting this rainbow blanket for my niece for Christmas that:

1. I would show you pictures

2. You would want the pattern

and that

3. I wasn’t writing the pattern down.

EEEEKKK!

I know. I know. It’s pretty darn cool, huh?

crochet circle blanket pattern

So I don’t have the pattern for this, but YOU CAN create your own custom blanket if you know a few basic stitches. DON’T BE AFRAID! It’s super easy and you CAN DO IT!

If you’ve never tried creating your own pattern before, this is a wonderful […]

By | 2017-09-04T14:05:10+00:00 January 31st, 2013|Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Finished Objects, Inspiration|14 Comments

This Rainbow Cowl Could Be Yours!

I’ve been keeping a secret from you!

When I return from vacation in February, I am going to be finally listing this gorgeous, long-color-changing yarn for you!

1. Yes, it’s worsted! (I’ve had so many requests for thicker yarn so I’ll be adding in tons!)

2. Yes, the colors change subtley! (You’ll see especially when it’s knitted!)

3. It’s gonna be awesome. Can’t wait! And I’ll have 5 different colorway options for you to feast your eyes upon!

rainbow crochet cowl

For now, though, I’ve crocheted this beautiful rainbow cowl and guess what?

I’m giving it away […]

By | 2017-09-04T14:05:10+00:00 January 28th, 2013|Crochet, Crochet Patterns, Finished Objects, Scarves and Cowls|21 Comments

The Makings of a Beautiful Thing

 

This cashmere yarn has been through a lot.

I ordered it back in November, I think. It sat on the shelves for awhile, as I was a little afraid to dye it up… after all, it was cashmere!!  Oh, the buttery softness! How could I even risk messing it up?

Who knows what came over me, but one day, I grabbed a bunch of skeins of it, got two big pots of dye going (one in a rich raspberry color and one in green).

I dunked the skeins into the raspberry pot and simmered until the dye was fully absorbed into the fibers… […]