Today I am sharing the pattern for the ‘Joy’s Journey Crochet Blanket’ with you. It is an extremely simple, meditative pattern, enhanced by the colour-change yarn and rounded off with a fun pompom edging.
I made this Little Flower Garden Dishcloth almost two years ago and I have finally gotten around to writing a pattern for it. Whoohoo! I will be attending the Chelsea Flower Show tomorrow (first time visit) and I am SO excited. Sharing this crochet pattern is my way of spreading some of the floral joy!
The Lazy Popcorn Stitch bypasses the need to remove your hook from your work in order to complete the stitch.
Welcome to Part 3 of Charlotte. This is the final part and will yield a large crochet square with a delicate, vintage feel.
In Part 2 of Charlotte, I will show you how to make the 4 triangles that frame the central square. They are worked back and forth in rows, using a single colour.
As most of you know, the roses were my favourite part of Sophie’s Universe and I plan on using them in all sorts of projects over the next year, starting with this dainty Rose Border. The tutorial contains lots of photos to help you crochet your own Rose Border.
Learn how to make fabric yarn using the continuous loop method. This step-by-step photo tutorial has been adapted from my new book, ‘Big Hook Rag Crochet’.
This is a free crochet shawl pattern for the Monday Blues Shawl. Made with Scheepjes Noorse Sokkenwol, it can be worn as a scarf too.
This lazy waves shawlette is worked from the top down. It lends itself perfectly to using a slow colour change yarn.
This continuous crochet baby blanket is perfect for a preemie or for a car seat blanket. It is worked in a spiral.