Share my love of argyles with the free pattern and video tutorial for my Silverstone Argyle Cowl, a soft neck warmer using tapestry crochet.
Welp, it’s been 3 months, and I’m finally publishing the pattern for my Watermelon Amigurumi Keychain. It’s a simple project and makes for a great teacher’s gift, whether you give it at the end of a school year like I did, or at the beginning of the year, or for the holidays as a stocking… View Post
Celebrate the Queen Bee in your life with this adult-sized crochet crown; because everyone should enjoy a bit of dress-up fun. Pattern includes notes on how to modify and personalize your own crown.
Wrap yourself in chunky coziness with this collection of 15 free chunky crochet patterns featuring Wool-Ease Thick and Quick yarn from Lion Brand.
I’m so excited to share this Native American Southwest Sunburst c2c crochet afghan because with all big projects, completing it comes with such a feeling of relief and accomplishment! This blanket uses some of my favorite colors, is super soft, and man, I’m just happy that it’s done! When Lion Brand reached out to me and… View Post
If your family is anything like mine, you’ve got stuff. Stuffed stuffs that keep multiplying in your house like rabbits because your kids seem to collect anything soft, squishy and stuffed. And even if you didn’t have mountains of stuffed toys, I bet you’ll have something you’ll want to store in this modern and clean looking… View Post
I can’t believe it’s already been over a year since I finished my gigantic Zoodiacs afghan! At the time, I also published a post on everything I knew about corner to corner crochet, or c2c crochet. It included my notes, my thoughts and a series of videos, including a hefty 30 minute video of me working… View Post
Once upon a time, I went to Stitches West with a few friends. As we wandered the stalls full of beautiful yarns, my friend picks up a skein and says “Look!”. I turned my head and fell in love. It was as simple as that. It also wasn’t the last time I fell in love… View Post