Did you know about Craftsy.com’s FREE pattern Friday? Check out the most recent post, with patterns for knitting, sewing/quilting, jewelry, crochet and more!
Look at this gorgeous knit scarf… if you knit, you can grab the pattern!
Because I love to crochet… AND I love Downton Abbey, I’ve been on the lookout for some vintage flapper and 1920’s crochet hat patterns. I’ve found a few that I liked, but nothing that said “BUY ME NOW”. Well, that is, until I found Kallie Designs shop on etsy. I’m not even sure how I found her patterns – I wasn’t looking, but one of her hat patterns popped up in a search for something else. Anyway, check out these hat patterns:
I think the green one is my favorite, but I seriously love all three of them. Now, the question is… would YOU wear a Downton Abbey inspired cloche hat?
One of my passions is crocheting, and helping others learn to crochet (or at least enjoy the crochet items I make for them!).
Last fall, I decided I really, REALLY wanted to make some of those super popular ruffle sashay scarves, and I set out to find a crochet pattern for them. (Just to be clear, “Sashay” is a specific type of ruffle yarn from Lion Brand). Anyway, after much searching for patterns, I ended up creating my own, because all the patterns I found were rather difficult to follow.
Would you like to make your own Sashay Ruffle scarf? Now you can!
I have turned my pattern into a downloadable CROCHET pattern to teach you how! The pattern is easy to follow, and if you have basic crochet skills, you can have a ruffle scarf made in a very short time!
I include photos and a step-by-step description of how to make the scarf, and I also include simple instructions on making them child-size. I have taught people with little-to-no crochet experience how to make these, so I know YOU can make one too!
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In just a few short days, Halloween will be over and it will officially be “the holiday season”. We are FINALLY starting to get cooler weather here in Vegas, and we even broke out the light jackets for the kids this week! I’ve been crocheting hats during every spare moment and all three of my kids now have cute hats, even though we have such a short fall and winter season.
For those of you who live where it’s considerably colder, for much longer, I wanted to share links to a few of the hats in my shop:
These and MANY more hats can be found in my etsy shop at DelightCrochet.etsy.com
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, and my sister who is a breast cancer SURVIVOR, I’m having a quick little sale in my DelightCrochet.etsy.com shop this week. You can check out the “October Pink Sale” section in my shop, and get 10% off any item in that section. The sale will run through Thursday night. (And if you see something in my shop that is NOT pink, but you would like it MADE in pink, just let me know!