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  • Basic Crochet Fingerless Mittens

    Author Julia V Introduction A pair of simple fingerless crochet mittens I worked up as a last minute Christmas gift. I wrote down the pattern because I really liked how they turned out and I didn't see anything like it around. They are worked in an...
  • Chains Bucket Hat

    I love the contrast of this hat’s ultra-fluid chains with the dense linked stitches of the brim. The stretch and flexibility of the chains allow the hat to easily fit any head, and the linked double-treble crochet brim has a lot more structure for...
  • Crochet Openwork Handwarmers

    Author creativeyarn (http://creativeyarn.blogspot.com/) Introduction These handwarmers are crocheted with an openwork stitch pattern and have scalloped edges. They're just perfect for middle seasons.. Extremely easy, maybe one of the best patterns...
  • Crosshatch Cowl

    Author Stephanie Gage Introduction At the start of the 2008 winter season I caught the cowl fever, but could not find one that suited my tastes; thus the Crosshatch Cowl was born. It's a very simple pattern that was derived from a stitch pattern in...
  • Daisy Daisy

    Author Sue B. Balcom Introduction It's spring, and what better way to take in those fresh mornings than with a blooming pair of fingerless gloves. This experiment with pattern design began with a circle of daisy motifs, followed by two rows of daisy...
    by SueB@77
  • Diagon Cowl

    Author Kim Russell Introduction A quick, easy project made from super bulky yarn. Great for spring or fall weather. Materials List 1 skein super bulky weight yarn (weight category 6) I used Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick & Quick (75% acrylic/25% wool...
  • Flexi Cowl

    Author Alicia Ramirez :: hookandneedles.com Introduction This is a very easy to crochet cowl. The nice thing about it is that it's flexible. Since the holes in it are symmetrical, you can button it in a variety of ways: Full length for a loose fitting...
  • Free Cowl Pattern: Baby, it's Cowled Outside!

    Author By Megan Granholm Introduction I have a scarf that’s about ten feet long. I adore it. I can wrap it around my neck twelve times and it still hangs down to my knees. I like to wear it under my jacket when I’m outside in the cold, but...
  • Ruffled Spring Cowl

    Author Christie Pruitt Introduction I wanted something frilly and girly - and definitely Spring-like! I stitched this up rather quickly - in a couple of hours - and used less than 230 yards! If you have more yardage to give, you can make all the ruffles...
  • Slouch Hat

    Author Brenda K. B. Anderson Introduction This stylin' hat is quick and easy to make. The simple stitch pattern creates nice drape and an interesting texture. I needed a hat that wouldn't look weird or misshapen if I pulled it over my hair bun...
  • The Incredibly Versatile Giant Snowflake

    Author by Even Howard Introduction I’ve wanted to make snowflake-inspired crochet forever. When I met with Rowan’s “Soft Baby” in my local yarn shop, I knew that the season had finally arrived. Thanks to the various ‘circle...
    by EvenH
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