The Playful Poncho is going to be your go-to fall accessory, and you'll probably want to wear it in the spring as well as the warmer winter days too! I had so much fun working on this design, and when I was finished my hubby put it on as a joke. Shockingly, it looked really good on him as well, which makes this the perfect unisex poncho pattern.
My friends at Sunflower Cottage Crochet hold this special event every year, and I am honored to be able to participate once again in the Preemie Crochet Challenge. I have even created a few video tutorials on my new Rumble channel to help you with the techniques used. The Nautical NICU Blanket is full of fun texture
The Classic Coffee Cardigan is finally here! I knew I wanted a long cardigan with bell sleeves, and I knew I wanted to use KnitPicks CotLin yarn courtesy of WeCrochet. My testers and tech editor did a phenomenal job of catching errors and helping me to publish an error-free pattern. True to my mission, this pattern is easy to follow and will leave you with a finished sweater that everyone will compliment!
I wanted to create a versatile summer wrap that can be worn for any occasion, from an outdoor wedding to hanging around the campfire. And so I present to you the Practical Pashmina! I designed this pashmina using just under 800 yards of Lion Brand Comfy Cotton Blend, although any 3 weight yarn will work perfectly for this design. You will also want your favorite 5mm crochet hook and a little pile of stitch markers to make your Practical Pashmina.
Hello my friends! I am so excited for today because not only do I have a brand new pattern for you, but I have also recently discovered a really fun app that allows me to create tutorial videos to help you complete your project! (ad disclosure: I am a blogger. I allow ads on my site as well as affiliate links. If you click an ad, I may receive some small compensation. If you make a purchase through one of my affiliate links, I may also receive some small compensation at no additional cost to you. Supporting ad revenue helps...