The result was something that will certainly become my favorite fall accessory. It’s warm, but not heavy. The hood is nice to block out a breeze but loose enough that it’s not constricting. And the little accents like fringe and tassels totally elevate this from a basic poncho to a stylish conversation starter. I think I’ll enjoy tossing this over a t-shirt during that transition time period where you need just a little something in the early mornings or the chilly late evenings.
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My first official project for the Fall season is this headband with cute little fox ears. As a bonus, one of my nieces loves all things fox so I thought this would be a great birthday gift for her.
This was a very simple and quick pattern, so there isn’t too much to say. The directions are pretty straight forward in terms of the structure. The most difficult part is also the most striking part of the stitch texture. The “ivy stitch” is where this pattern gets its name, and it’s a really cool look! This technique involves working what are essentially spike stitches into a sort of semi-circle shape, working into different previous rows to get the desired look.
The pattern itself was a wonderful experience. It’s so easy to understand, and the stitch pattern is one of my favorites for a reason. It’s a timeless look that is surprisingly easy to replicate in crochet! The pattern was written with beginners in mind, and is very accessible for people of all crochet skill levels.
20 free apple crochet patterns that are perfect for gifting and decorating, and a great way to get you in the Fall spirit!
This week’s crochet finds include how to tapestry crochet a pineapple, how to crochet a lemon pillow, how to crochet a plant holder, how to crochet a lacy oversized shirt and crochet Christmas patterns.
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a shell stitch afghan, how to crochet a boho napkin ring with beads, how to crochet an amigurumi fish, how to crochet some elegant earrings and how to crochet a floral hand towel.
This is a very simple pattern, in terms of stitching. Once you get the hang of the mesh stitch, it’s smooth and just flies off the hook! The genius of this pattern is in the actual layout. She does a really cool technique in shaping the shoulders, rather than simply decreasing for the neckline and leaving the sides boxy (which is also a look that I love and do in many of my own designs).
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a mermaid can koozie, A Merry Crochet Christmas book, how to crochet a large jellyfish, how to crochet a C2C chevron blanket and how to crochet a lacy crochet top.
If you love keeping your lip balm handy, need a last-minute gift, or are in major market prep, I highly recommend this pattern for a handy lip balm holder! It is really easy to follow, and it comes with the most adorable printable inserts to make it look really classy.