crochet, Free pattern

Endless Love Skinny Scarf Finished

This is always my favorite moment of any project; the moment when a WIP becomes a FO. Tadah! Here is my Endless Love Skinny Scarf, made with Scheepjes Whirl in the colorway Raspberry Rocky Roads yarn. Scheepjes Whirl Yarn The yarn that I used is Scheepjes Whirl, which is a cotton/acrylic mix yarn with a very… Continue reading Endless Love Skinny Scarf Finished

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Over the Moon Shawl in Simply Crochet

It's official! I am now a published crochet author. Actually, I already was a published author, but that is in a totally different field, so it doesn't count 😀 I know it sounds weird, but this publication in Simply Crochet is possibly the publication I am most proud of. I am proud of the fact… Continue reading Over the Moon Shawl in Simply Crochet

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From Whirl to WIP

Last week I told you that I fell for the attraction of Scheepjes Whirl; how is a yarn addict like me supposed to resist this anyway! 😀 I would like to show you what I am making with my Raspberry Rocky Roads yarn. I am making a long, luscious and luxurious skinny scarf. Scheepjes Whirl Yarn The yarn that… Continue reading From Whirl to WIP

crochet, Free pattern, instruction video, Nederlands

Lazy Sunday Stripes Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern

Who doesn't need a relaxing project for a lazy Sunday afternoon? This asymmetric wrap is just what you need to let the variegated yarn do all the hard work for you. Just sit back and enjoy an easy crochet project with a stunning result. Resources Add this pattern to your Ravelry library Written pattern in… Continue reading Lazy Sunday Stripes Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern

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Mosaic Cushion – Free Crochet Pattern

Do you have yarn left from Nuts about Squares, or any other project for that matter? You can use your leftover yarn to make a textured cushion to complement your finished blanket. I have named this design 'Mosaic Cushion', the texture resembles old mosaics found in some of the most beautiful places on our planet.