I was scrolling through Ravelry when a gorgeous colorful sweater caught my eye. I clicked on the thumbnail and discovered that it was not only beautiful, it had a message written on the chest: “You can cope”. Even better than that, this message is written upside down, meaning it’s intended for the wearer to read rather than others. I knew it was the perfect project to make, and I think that was the fastest I ever clicked a purchase link! I hope this review spreads the awareness of this pattern, and others can find this pattern at a suitable time in their lives just like I did.
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This is a free knitting pattern for how to knit the Super Chunky Kinsley Blake Scarf, an easy knit scarf pattern worked in variation of the beginner friendly garter stitch. 4 sizes included, and super chunky yarn means it’ll work up fairly quickly.
How to crochet a washcloth that has a snowman hat using half double crochet corner to corner boxes. 3 sizes included!
If you are looking for a last-minute gift idea for the upcoming holidays or just want to make an adorable gift for a dinosaur lover in your life, the Tinysaurus pattern is for you. It can be made in just a few hours and will make for a truly treasured keepsake. I can’t wait to also try out the larger Bohasaurus pattern as well!
this pattern is so simple and fun! The actual stitching is very easy, the design is mostly in the shaping. The silhouette of this cardigan is genius, it’s so flattering and yet casual and comfortable.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Harvest Bobble Banner from the Autumn 2021 issue of Crochet! Magazine hacked into a Fall themed accent rug. Review by EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for Annie’s Catalog, WeCrochet and LoveCrafts. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at… Read more
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Haylee Beanie, an easy crochet beanie pattern worked in simple half double crochet stitches, and available in 7 sizes.
The techniques were easy to understand, and the tips were helpful when I remembered to do them. It took a while but each row itself went pretty quickly. The color layout was genius and gives a very impactful piece. The fringe is a genius addition, I wouldn’t have thought to add that myself but it really adds that final punch to the overall look. I think this ended up being a great reintroduction to tapestry crochet and it actually left me wanting to do more! I think artsy wall hangings done in tapestry crochet are going to be very on-trend throughout this coming fall and winter, and I look forward to trying as many of them as I can!
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a modern cactus coaster featuring surface slip stitches and reverse single crochet edging.
I can’t praise the texture enough. I’ve always been a fan of post stitches, as soon as I got familiar enough with them to like doing it (I used to hate them as a beginner and now I’m doing designs with them!) It gives you such an impressive look with a very approachable technique. That’s actually why I clicked on this pattern on Ravelry in the first place, the texture.