This dishcloth is the only scrubby you will need in your kitchen. It’s great for using small amounts of yarn that you might have laying around. It very quick to make. Paired with some special soup this dishcloth will make a great gift. Feel free to sell items made using this pattern. Finished Measurements: approximately … Continue reading »
First dinosaur hat that does not require sewing! It’s worked from the top down, then the spikes are crocheted over the hat. It’s a great unisex hat that will be a great gift for a new baby. It is also an awesome hat for a dinosaur fan of any age! A cute little flower (instructions … Continue reading »
When Baby Brie grows up she will wear this! Brianna is a grown up version of my Baby Brie hat. It is a simple hat with earflaps and a huge flower. The hat is worked in rounds from the top down. Flower is made separately and sewn on afterwards. Directions are given to make flower … Continue reading »
Remember that pattern that won a second place in Crochet Pattern a Day? Yeap, this one! The original version was available only for one size, 3-9 months. I been asked several times to make it available in different sizes, so I did. A new version of the pattern is available in six sizes from newborns … Continue reading »
Slouchy hats with pompoms are big this season. They look the best in color transitioning or variegated yarns with long transitions of color. This hat has an unusual construction for a crochet hat because It’s worked from the bottom up, where as most hats worked from the top down. It’s a simple hat suitable for … Continue reading »
The last pattern that became available in 2010 is Baby Brie. It’s a pattern for a earflap hat with a huge flower.
This hat was designed for baby Brianna, whose mommy really wanted a simple hat with earflaps and a huge flower. Baby Brie is worked in rounds from the top down. Flower is made separately and sewn afterwards. Directions are given to make flower smaller.