Transitional pieces, such as this long lace cowl, are the perfect accessory for those in-between-season days. The bold lace stitch pattern may look complicated, but it is only a four-row repeat; perfect for those who want to try crocheting lace for the first time. Rely on a self-striping yarn with long color changes for a bit of extra color or use a tonal or solid colored yarn to really let the lace pattern shine! Click here to download the free pattern.
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Fall Harvest Cowl
Reminiscent of cornfields ready for harvest, parallel ridges run the length of this cowl, narrowing as they flow across the back neck for effortless styling – no primping needed!Watch Now >>
Rags to Riches Granny Square Mitts | GOLD Exclusive
The Rags to Riches Granny Square Mitts are the perfect project for those leftover bits of fingering weight yarn you’ve been saving! A record of past projects, these mini granny squares will remind you of all the wonderful things you’ve crocheted.Watch Now >>
Glacier Cabled Beanie
Big, squishy cables are nice and warm… and so much fun to crochet! Make sure to choose your yarn wisely to ensure your hat has a pleasant drape to it. Using a soft, fluffy yarn will keep your post stitches from becoming too stiff and give you an ultra-comfy finished product. The wide, ribbed cuff adds extra warmth for those chilly winter days and boosts the cozy factor of this super cute hat!Watch Now >>
Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt
Inspired by quiet Christmastime memories, watching the snow fall outside my living room window, the Silent Night Christmas Tree Skirt evokes a calm, cozy version of the winter holiday season. The tree skirt is worked in turned rows from the center out. Puff stitches are sprinkled throughout a background of simple single crochet stitches. The cabled pine tree stitch pattern is simpler than it looks and makes for a fun ending to this large project.Watch Now >>
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Hi from Texas
Amazing clarity, Brenda, for the blocking! Thank you SO much!!