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New Mexico
  • Pike Place Market Bag

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction This bag was designed with two people in mind. My sister, who is about to add two boys to the family, and my mother, the eternal farmers market shopper. I loved the idea of the side pocket for a small water bottle or...
    by SkaMama
  • Artisan's Traveling Hat

    Author Jo Anne Tracy Introduction The inspiration for this hat came from Lis Paludan’s Crochet: History & Technique . Among the many wonderful photos in this book is one of a man’s “Traveling Hat,” an patterned straight hat...
  • Autumn Spice Bolero

    Author by Jessica Rice Introduction Call it a bolero, call it a cropped cardi. Whatever you call it, your autumn could use some spice, no? Materials List Bernat Satin (166 yds/152 meters/3.5 oz), 4 (4, 5, 5, 6) balls in Bordeaux 6.5mm (US K) hook Yarn...
  • Baby Crochet Kimono Wrap

    Author Susanne Visch Introduction This pattern has moved to http://www.lavisch.com/site/kimono-wrap-revisited/ The Pattern -
  • Crochet Books

  • Crochet Buttons

    Author Heldasland Introduction Shopping for the right button can be a nightmare, if you are lucky you'll find one that costs the earth. With all the wonderful colours of yarn available it can be really difficult to find the perfect match. Sometimes...
  • Crochet Dahlia Flower

    Author Kinga Erdem Introduction The pattern for this lovely 3D Dahlia is available as written instructions, step by step picture tutorial and also video tutorial. The Pattern For the f ree pattern with step by step pictures and video tutorial, please...
  • Crochet Daisy Bag

    by ncie
  • Eolande Shawlette

    This filet crochet shawlette-which showcases stitch variations beyond blocks and meshes-embraces your shoulders, and beads give it both beauty and weight. DESIGNER Kathryn White FINISHED SIZE 42½" wide and 23" long. YARN Nazli Gelin Garden...
  • Halcyon

    Author by Jo Anne Tracy Introduction [Halcyon -- A fabled bird reported to have had the power to calm the wind and the waves while it nested on the sea during the winter solstice] The Halcyon is a soft, rounded shawl with a little short-row shaping to...
  • Haute Couture Peplum Top

    This showstopper crochet pullover is probably my favorite project in the book and is made with the Graduated Stitch Method. Unlike many of the designs in this collection, the main part of the pattern is plain, and the pineapple lace is used just as an...
  • Himalayan Silk Pillow

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction I first saw recycled silk yarn in my local yarn shop. I was drawn to it because it was so different from all the other yarns. The beautiful colors, interesting texture, and randomness of it all was so inviting to be...
  • Ice-Blue Ribbon

    Author by Annette Petavy Introduction Last year, as usual, I had my annual break-down in the local Phildar store during the summer sale. Among other things, I brought home large amounts of the ribbon yarn Rivage, which was discontinued. So – what...
  • LACY CORAL TOP

    Author Yana Introduction Hi, Most publishers reject designs, made from rare or discontinued yarn. But i made it. Actually, I get really great yarns from Ebay, which are sold at a VERY low price. I prefer to buy cones - more yarn, which is enough for a...
    by Yana1
  • Loopy Dust Mop Sleeve

    Author M.K. Carroll Introduction I crocheted a basic reusable cloth to use with a certain trademarked floor sweeper meant to be used with name-brand disposable cloths. I improvised, but there are free crochet patterns for that (Tonya Hume's Swiffer...
  • My Crocheted Brimmed Hat

    Author Debbie G. Introduction I made 2 of these hats with different patterns for the bands. You can experiment with different patterns yourself. Materials List Use hook size 4.00 mm, any color yarn in three colors. One for the main and two contrasting...
  • My Favorite Sweater Clutch

    Author by Julie Holetz Introduction Just as quickly as it arrived, summer has gone. In it’s place are shorter days, crunchy, amber leaves, and a brisk chill in the air. As the weather cools, we find ourselves drifting towards hot cocoa, warm soup...
    by SkaMama
  • Newborn granny hat

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction After struggling with a badly written crochet pattern published in Woman's Weekly for the recent Save the Children appeal I decided to come up with my own newborn baby hat pattern. This pattern is based on the granny...
  • Patterns

  • Purple Haze

    Author by Lauren Irving Introduction I always come across patterns that I like but want to change. It never fails. Either I don’t like the sleeve or I want to tweak the hem. Add a little here, take away a little there - I just can’t seem to...
  • Roll it up & go crochet hook case

    Author Susanne Visch Introduction Here you will find my version of a crochet hook case. Since I have hooks from very thin to very thick I wanted to have one in which I can easiliy adjust the size of the pockets. This pattern is written more as a template...
  • Round Slouchy Hat Pattern

    Author Brie Firmingham Introduction This slouchy hat is for someone that wants something with a little texture and style! Materials List Worsted weight yarn J crochet hook Scissors Yarn Needle Gauge Rows 1-3 is 2" radius Notes This pattern is in...
  • Ruffle Brimmed Granny Style Skull Cap

    Author by Chelle Grissam Introduction This super fun hat will lend flair to anyone's wardrobe -- young or old. This simple pattern can be sized from infant to adult, just by changing the size of the hook you use to make it. Can't get any simpler...
  • Simple newborn hat with ear flaps

    Author Jessica Felton Introduction I designed this little newborn hat in a few days as one of the hats I’ll be donating to the current Save the Children appeal. The pattern that was provided by Woman’s Weekly gave me real trouble so I thought it would...
  • Stash Buster Cardigan Vest

    Author by Chloe Nightingale Introduction I keep hearing two complaints: people don't know what to do with that one skein of novelty yarn they purchased on impulse, and people don't know what to do with the skeins/partial skeins of yarn leftover...
    by Chloe
  • Summer Flowers

    Author by Annette Petavy Introduction The inspiration for these simple but colourful flowers didn’t come from my garden as much as from my children’s drawings. It was clear to me from the start that both colours and shapes should be bold....
  • Sweet

    Author By Amy O'Neill Houck Introduction Photo: Laura Kudritzki, Muse Studios This v-neck, cap-sleeved, raglan t-shirt is crocheted in the round from the top-down. It’s seamless, and the top-down construction allows you to try it on as you go...
  • Videos from Crochet Me

    Find the very best video resources from Crochet Me and Interweave right here with this collection of crochet videos.
    by SPLES
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