lilydesjardin's Favorites

56 years old
San Antonio
  • Alice-Inspired Mitts Crochet Pattern

    Author Ellie Thouret Introduction I love the knitted mittens that Alice wears in New Moon but I’m not confident enough in my knitting to tackle them. Here’s a crochet version for crafters like me. Materials List 4mm (G) hook Worsted-weight...
  • Chain Mesh Beret

    Author Laura Bombach Introduction So, I love making hats, mostly berets. Here's a pattern that I made up because I had a small skein of yarn that was given to me, and this project uses a relatively small amount of yarn. It's a fun way to increase...
  • Crochargosy Crochet Scarf

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction Inspired by "Argosy" by Vyvyan Neel from the Winter 2006 issue of knitty.com. If you are not familiar with Argosy, see it here: http://www.knitty.com/ISSUEwinter06/PATTargosy.html I have to admit that I am...
  • Dog Sweater Free Pattern

    Author Shelle Hendrix Cain Introduction Crocheted sweater for your best friend! Easy to make and easy for your dog to wear. No leg holes! Just slip it over your fur-baby's head and button the tummy strap. Back part of sweater stays out of the way...
  • Granny Square Spiral

    Author PKOlson Introduction Spiraling Granny Square Pattern. Materials List Yarn - any, appropriate sized hook for chosen yarn. Sample was created with Patons Classic Merino & 4.5mm hook. Finished Size Varies based on yarn & hook size chosen....
    by PamO@6
  • Jacob's Ladder Scarf

    Author Shannon Johnson Introduction This is a fast and fun fashion scarf designed to give color to those drab outfits we are so often required to wear to work. This project can be completed in little more than a day, and provides practice with progressively...
  • James's Hat

    Author Kelley Poteat Introduction I wanted to crochet a sort of manly looking hat for my boyfriend, but I was unsatisfied with most of the patterns I found that included the "cabled look" I was aiming for. So, I made this one! This pattern could...
  • Lacy Spring Mitts

    Author Ellie Thouret Introduction I wanted to design some ladylike, lacy gloves that would still be warm for springtime weather. Since it's currently snowing here, it's unlikely that I'll be wearing these anytime soon but here's the pattern...
  • Nubby Dishcloth

    Author Charlotte Richardson, 2009 www.tangledyarns.ca Introduction The great texture in this dishcloth is achieved by alternating single crochet and treble crochet stitches. It could also be used as a pot holder! Materials List • I used a 4mm/size G6...
  • Nylon scrubbie

    Author Heldasland Introduction I came up with the nylon scrubbie in a bid to save my hands from scouring pads when cleaning pans, its very good at removing burnt bits on the pan, it also makes the sink shine ! This very quick and easy pattern has a dual...
  • Perfect Winter Hat

    Author Sarah Lytle Introduction I used the Spike Single Crochet stitch from the latest Interweave Crochet to create a hat with a cool spike feature, but still warm and cozy for the coming snow. Materials List I used just under 1 skein of Manos del Uruguay...
  • Pumpkin Spice Fingerless Gloves/Armwarmers

    Author Lisa Fornillo Introduction Fall is nearly here where I live in central NY, and that means it's time for fingerless glove/armwarmers. I love the warm, harvest colors! Materials List H hook 150g worsted weight yarn (I used a blend of 70% wool...
  • Rose Brooch

    Author Michelle Ryan (aka NezumiWorld) Introduction Quick and easy rose brooch has only 2 rows Materials List Double knit/ light worsted weight yarn used in choosen rose colour 3.75 mm (5 / F) hook Brooch back Finished Size Small Rose sized Gauge Gauge...
    by Nezumi1
  • Rose choker

    Author Ilana MacDonald Introduction This is a pattern for a rose choker. It was meant as a surprise present for a friend using leftover yarn from a project she asked me to do. The rose pattern was taken from the "Brier Rose" pattern by Jennifer...
    by Ilana@4
  • Under the Sea Necklace

    Author kristi wientge Introduction This is a really easy, but beautiful pattern for a necklace. It makes a great last minute gift and never fails to impress! Feel free to use any beads, buttons, or whatever you are inspired by. I found these shell discs...
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