With all of the wisdom and metaphorical power of a fable, these four delicate fingering weight yarn strands are joined together to create a bulky yarn of gorgeous heft.
The Stormy Skies cowl has got you covered no matter the weather.
On a cloudy day with a hint of chill, you need something cozy to wrap up in. This scarf with its incredible softness and beautiful drape is a delight to work up. The special stitch combination makes the finished product feel like a knit garment with its unique drape. You will love cozying up in this scarf on a cloudy day.
Do you love the look of knit hats, but can't bring yourself to attempt making two pointy sticks work together in perfect harmony? Try this faux knit hat that is actually crocheted!
This cozy cowl was designed for my photographer years ago. She still wears this cowl each winter and I’ve FINALLY written it up for everyone to enjoy!
Llama Cowl Llamas. You may think of them as the pack animal of the southern hemisphere, but I think of gorgeous yarn (Okay, fine. I may also think of spitting). These fascinating majestic beasts do indeed protect themselves by spitting. They also spit to show their dominance or disapproval for fellow llamas (And I’m pretty… Continue reading Llama Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
I live in a lovely little lake town in rural Minnesota. It’s cute. Really, really cute. The downtown is cozied up to the lake shore and nestled between two major highways. (And by that I mean they’re “major” for the country roads west of the big cities!)
Cowgirl Meets Minneapolis Tumbleweed or graffiti art, cowboy coffee or artisan lattes, lonely mountains or crowded streets…it turns out you can love both. I recently moved from Wyoming back to Minneapolis, and the culture, slang, and rhythms of both ways of life pulse together through my veins and find their way into my designs. Growing… Continue reading Cowgirl Meets Minneapolis Free Crochet Pattern
My kids and I recently listened to all the Little House on the Prairie books. I love connecting to that time in history when people lived off the land and depended on each other to survive.
I teach crochet classes, and I love thinking of projects that younger children can make all by themselves. I am especially on the hunt for those projects that look amazing and not at all “kiddish” or only cute because your kid make it for you. You know what I’m talking about, right?