Lacy Peaks Edging Tutorial This is a fabulous (and easy!) 5-round border option to work on my "Candy Puffs Blanket" pattern as pictured in the photos. Make Picot: Chain 2, SC in side bar of the previous HDC just made. Foundation Rnd: On Rnd 1 (the next round), you will be working groups of 3DC all… Continue reading Lacy Peaks Edging: Free Pattern
I've been playing with my Knit Picks Chroma Yarn* - Fingering weight - and this lacy flower hexagon chart that I found online. After showing some photos of this heavenly blanket on Instagram and Facebook, I received some questions regarding the half-hexagon. I made it up, but here is the written pattern! Lacy Flower Hexagon: Half… Continue reading Lace Flower Hexagon: Half Motif
Meet my newest design: Candy Puffs Blanket! Candy Puffs is a whimsical and dainty circle-to-square pattern – with a gorgeous diagonal twist and a pretty and delicate puff lace edging to finish it all off in harmony with life and handmade goodness. Pattern available on Etsy, Craftsy, and Ravelry!
Your blankie is sure to be a hit with this super cute edging! Foundation: Your first round will be a chain loop round. So if your final blanket round is an SC round, then (SC, skip 1 stitch, chain 2) repeat around - in all 4 corners, work (SC, chain 2, SC). If your final… Continue reading Playful Lace Scallop Edging
This Heart Mandala is absolutely addictive and completely, divinely beautiful! I'm in love with it 🙂 Check out the related links at the end of this post. Try this fun pattern in a built tough, but super soft DK weight yarn like: Scheepjes Colour Crafter Knitpicks Brava Sport Stylecraft Special DK Square Off Heart Mandala… Continue reading Heart Mandala: Octagon to Square
I love the crochet community in my little area of the Internet. Get to know some of my neighbors! See the latest projects that folks are making from some of my most popular patterns: Geometric Lace || Gumball || Chevron2.0 Visit my collaborative post "Free Alternatives to My Paid Patterns" for some great ideas,… Continue reading What’s New in Town?
If you've been looking for some free patterns which are similar to my paid patterns, I've started a list of some great ones to try. It's not much right now, but as I make time to research more, I'll be linking them here. Have you stumbled upon additional free alternatives out there? Please comment with the link.… Continue reading Free Alternatives to My Paid Patterns!