This is a crocheted scarf using the Suzette stitch and Dulce yarn by Berroco. It’s incredibly soft and I’d definitely use this yarn again. You can really see the stitch pattern when you hold it up to the light.
I decided to make this baby blanket using the suzette stitch and it turned out great! The yarn I used was lion brand pound of love in antique white and it did not take the entire skein. The measurements turned out to be 25“ x 38“ and I used a size J hook. For the... Continue Reading →
I decided to learn a new stitch for this scarf. It’s called a Suzette stitch and it’s very easy. You can see the tutorial on YouTube. https://youtu.be/52-uPg-0MAo For this scarf I used Mochi by Berroco yarns. I’m interested to try this stitch using other types of yarn to see how it turns out!
For these beanies I used Michael’s Impeccable acrylic yarns. I usually never use acrylic but these may be getting some heavy use and need to be tossed in the wash 🙂 this is a free pattern that uses half double crochet and mini bean stitching. It’s available at christacodesign.com.
I just finished this knit-look super bulky slouch but I think it looks more just like a hat. The pattern by Jennifer Renaud was really interesting because of the way the rows increased and decreased. I used two skeins of Mamacha Peruvian alpaca wool blend that is super soft! I also used a 9 mm... Continue Reading →
I have 7 skeins of Noro silk garden and started thinking I’ll make a poncho! It’s turning out nicely but I’m going to have to get more yarn and figure out more things as I go along. I’m using a linen stitch and so far I like how it’s going! Stay tuned…
This is my first top down crocheted sweater and I think it turned out great. I slightly adjusted the pattern and used a plain HDC stitch instead of the one called for. You can find the pattern and yarns here.
Here is a cowl made from one ball of Noro Okunoshima which is silk, wool, angora, and mohair. I love the color combination! I made up the pattern but it’s mostly half double crochet and bobble stitches.
Here is a baby blanket in Plymouth yarn cotton. I used 5 skeins and a K hook and a moss or linen stitch.
I am happy to report that I have finally finished this mini Afghan. I used three different yarns. I used the Queensland wool and cotton blend that was 1500 yards and came in four colors in one cake. Then, I used a mohair and silk blend from Orion fiber arts from New York and then... Continue Reading →