Crochet

Biesbosch Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern

This post contains the free crochet pattern for my Biesbosch Blanket, which is made from Scheepjes Stone Washed XL and River Washed XL yarn. The blanket is warm and comfortable, perfect for a chilly evening. I started this blanket by raiding my stash for yarn, turned the balls into squares, and then took my blanket… Continue reading Biesbosch Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern

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Biesbosch Blanket – Gratis Nederlands Haakpatroon

Deze blogpost bevat het gratis haakpatroon voor mijn Biesbos deken, gemaakt van Scheepjes Stone Washed XL en River Washed XL. De deken is lekker warm, perfect voor een koude avond op de bank. Middelen Biesbosch Blanket op RavelryBiesbosch Blanket patroon in deze post (beneden)Biesbosch Blanket patroon in It's all in a Nutshell SHOP Materialen Kleur… Continue reading Biesbosch Blanket – Gratis Nederlands Haakpatroon

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Bavarian Buster Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern

Your response to my almost-finished Bavarian Buster Blanket has been overwhelming! I didn't think much of my scrappy blanket in which I used a lot of random DK yarn, but you all loved it so much that I made haste with getting the free pattern and video tutorial online. And I finally worked away those… Continue reading Bavarian Buster Blanket – Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet, Free pattern, instruction video, Nederlands

Bavarian Buster Blanket – Gratis Nederlands haakpatroon

Jullie reactie op mijn bijna-voltooide Bavarian Buster Blanket was overweldigend! Ik dacht niet veel van mijn restjesdeken met allemaal verschillende acryl garens, maar jullie vonden het allemaal zo leuk dat ik haast maakte met het online krijgen van het gratis patroon en instructievideo. En ik heb eindelijk die laatste draadjes ook weggewerkt! Hier vind je… Continue reading Bavarian Buster Blanket – Gratis Nederlands haakpatroon

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Rainbow toe-up socks

I have this gorgeous double stranded sock blank that I dyed myself in a fun rainbow colorway. Do you remember when I made it? I went to my first ever yarn retreat, and there I dyed two strands, one of which is this rainbow sock blank, a merino blend which feels soft and warm. Preparation… Continue reading Rainbow toe-up socks

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Single cable toe-up socks

I have made a pair of cabled, toe-up socks using a lovely hand-dyed yarn I bought from Denver Whimsy in combination with Scheepjes Metropolis in a matching shade. The single cable runs over the top of the foot from the toe to the cuff. In this post I am sharing the free pattern with you.… Continue reading Single cable toe-up socks

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Faded Fantasy Temperature Blanket – free pattern, colorway and yarn amounts

I enjoy temperature projects because they are a fun way to keep track of a year. For 2020 I have designed a temperature blanket which fades from light to dark colors, my Faded Fantasy Temperature Blanket in the soft and woolly Scheepjes Metropolis yarn. In this post you find everything you need to know, including… Continue reading Faded Fantasy Temperature Blanket – free pattern, colorway and yarn amounts

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Simple toe-up socks that fit!

If you have been following my blog for a while, you will know that I am learning how to knit, and particularly learning how to knit socks. I can knit socks, and now I can actually knit socks that fit! I am so chuffed with myself, I can't suppress smiling. I have had quite some… Continue reading Simple toe-up socks that fit!

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Summer Diamond Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern

I would like to show you a summer version of my Diamond Shawl, along with the free crochet pattern and video tutorial to make it. The original one is very much a winter shawl because of the Mohair yarn used together with a Scheepjes Whirl cake to make a warm wrap. This summer version of… Continue reading Summer Diamond Shawl – Free Crochet Pattern

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Spoke Wheel Coaster – Free Crochet Pattern

Trinity Mandalas used many colors, which means that you have many leftovers. With this Spoke Wheel Coaster pattern, you can use all your leftover yarn to make a set of coasters. The free pattern uses a 19cm/7" cork inner for stability, but it is also very possible to use some cardboard or even make the… Continue reading Spoke Wheel Coaster – Free Crochet Pattern