This pattern is mindless because it’s just one row that you repeat for the entire length. You also don’t have a strict row count, it’s a length suggestion. So you can turn off your brain and just stitch along to a movie. The finished shawl is gorgeous and will make a wonderful conversation-starter accessory for spring evenings when heavy coats aren’t needed anymore.
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When I saw this gorgeous little cable collar on Ravelry, meant to go under your coat and basically add a warm turtleneck “sweater” (top half) layer without adding the thick bulk of the full thing, I was intrigued. Most of my wardrobe is basic V-neck tees from Target, and I’d love something to cover my chest below my coat! This pattern is the perfect combination. It’s gorgeous, it’s interesting and stitches up relatively quickly, and it’s incredibly warm and comfortable!
This pattern was so much fun to make and so simple. I am glad I chose the yarn I did! A special, colorful, one-of-a-kind cardigan that you are not going to find in stores! I would buy it and do the same thing again in a heartbeat, just to use a different colorway and have even more bright beautiful sweaters perfect for Spring and Fall!
I think right now, we could all use something simple and quick that turns heads. This one checks all the boxes: simple stitches, one skein project, looks amazing on everyone, and works up in a few hours!
This ear warmer is a gorgeous warm headband with adorable texture and a cute little cinch that uses a very unique strategy! It’s easy enough to be your TV or purse project, but the result is absolutely stunning.
If you’ve been on Ravelry or Instagram or any crafty social media recently, you’ve heard about pocket shawls. They are absolutely the trendy item this fall, and for good reason. They’re adorable, quite comfy and warm, and most of the designs are just a simple rectangle that you can jazz up with various stitch textures. It’s easy to see why designers (and customers!) are enjoying them.
This is a crochet pattern review of the You’re Not Alone Cowl pattern from designer The Cozy Cottage Crochet. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots.
This pattern is so easy but looks very impressive, so it’s a wonderful option for a gift because it says that you thought of the recipient and wanted them to have something gorgeous and special! I can totally see this one being a great option for holiday gifts, especially in some rich greens and burgundy shades as well as this exact gold I chose.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Slanted Granny V-Neck Pullover pattern from designer JolieKnots Crochet. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots.
This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrafts & Annie’s Catalog. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! This Plymouth Encore Yarn has been sitting in my yarn stash for a while now waiting to be used. In going… Read more
This is a crochet pattern review of the Spiral Seashell Top pattern from designer Nicoletta Tronci for Interweave Crochet. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots. It’s me, Abigail with A Stitch Shy of Normal. Visit with me on Instagram @astitchshyofnormal for all kinds of awesome crochet makes and inspiration. It’s summer!… Read more