Inspired by both the crochet socks and a 1960’s dress, the vintage waves sweater is a top down, stash busting, striped yoke sweater.
Maia, names the Greek nymph oftentimes associated with Spring. I can imagine an encounter with Maia, deep in the woods, near a creek, and in a pair of socks exactly like these. Can you?
Are you a cottage core fan? Or should I say hobbit core. The yavanna crochet vest was inspired by corsets and hobbit outfits. Use this piece to transition from summer to fall or from winter to spring.
Recall the soothing ocean sound in the midst of the cooler months with this worsted weight crochet sweater.
An eye catching crochet cardigan with vintage roots. Texture and yarn choice shine with this project. A great stash busting make.
A light summer tank made in comfy color mist. Wear it on it’s own or layer with a collar shirt.
“Like wildflowers; you must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would.”
An ode to yarn and edible cakes. Use your fingering weight yarn stash to explore the modular crochet technique with this scrumptious sweater. Español
A long style crochet cardigan made with a cotton blend yarn. Your best outfit companion. Wear it with jumpsuit, dresses, bathing suits, jeans.
Another perfect summer top! This top made with Bernat Maker Home Dec works up really fast! Perfect with shorts or a mini skirt. Available in English and Español.
Crochet your nerdy heart out with these Star Wars-inspired Crochet Socks.. Español
A very easy top crocheted with fingering weight wool, perfect for those cooler but not quite fall days. The top features a bobble border in a contrasting color. Pattern in English and Spanish.
Hats are the perfect accessory to any outfit, even your own wedding! Learn how I made my 90% crochet fascinator.
A luxuriously soft crochet top made with Shalimar Aire Base Yarn. Pineapple Owl motif morder. Reverse Raglan construction.
Fallalery (n) a bit of finery. A very apt name for a top with such delicate yet functional lace detailing, don’t you think? Comfort yourself with a bit of elegance, and make it with or without sleeves for a more casual look.
Design your own fairy tale with the Shepherdess crochet sock.
Do you also have lovely yarn that’s been lonely for too long? Grab it and crochet yourself a faded sweater.
Are you a Subaru fan? Well this will walk you through the steps on how I made the Subaru sweater for my husband.
“Our feet are our roots; they carry us through our whole lives.” As such we should protect them with a pair of handmade wooly socks.
The tea leaves toe-up crochet socks are a fun and simple sock pattern to add to your crochet sock repertoire.
A warm and toasty blanket to keep you safe during the colder months of the year.
Learn to crochet the afghan stitch with this free crochet oven mitt pattern. A quick make perfect for a handmade kitchen.
“All the old paintings on the tomb…” This top was inspired by the bead net dress, an ancient Egyptian beaded dress found in the MFA’s Boston Collection.
A form fitting 1960s inspired dress. Perfect for an in-house party, the office, a bar visit. You choose!
I don’t know about you, but in summer I wear loose and comfortable garments. This Crop top is just that, a lot of ease. Español
A crochet throw that is perfect for tropical countries. Made in the softest of cotton, this throw is perfect for cuddly summer nights.
The perfect crochet sock for your self-striping yarn stash!
A triangular-shaped shawl inspired the gorgeous fall scenes in Harry Potter. Very easy to make.
One can never have too many baskets. Crochet your baskets to make sure you always have them in the correct size!
Get your hands on some laceweight/nylon yarn and crochet some comfy socks! No, really, gear up with a 2.5mm hook and stitch away!
The peach fuzz crochet skirt features an elastic waist and the classic A-line silhouette.