I have graphs on the brain lately. My 8-bit Heart Slouchy was the first of many ideas. In fact, I am working on a c2c graphgan, which will hopefully be ready in a month or so (Stay tuned it’s going to be a fun one!). The idea for this Crochet Rainbow Shamrock Slouchy came as I was designing a terrible mash between rainbows and plaid (it didn’t end well). I decided to go with ONE idea, and it turned out so pretty! It’s themed St. Paddy’s Day, but could be worn all winter/fall long.
This crochet plaid hat is a classic. You need one in every color and you will love this fun and unique crochet plaid technique! Once you start crochet plaid, you can’t stop. This pattern includes 3 sizes: Women, Child and Toddler.
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I found myself yarn shopping a few months ago. My color choices can sometimes be a bit drab. What can I say? Gray will always have my heart. But something made me decide to order a very bright, very hot pink yarn. I bought it in a few weights and fibers (you can see it in this Chunky V-Stitch Cowl), and I have decided it’s going to be my winter color theme! It’s such a bright, gorgeous pop to the drab winter months of the year. And I love the contrast between my lovely and humble gray, and the hot, bright pink. Isn’t this hat gorgeous? I call it the Autumn Frost Slouchy Hat.
(Heaven help me, coming up with names is not someting I excel at.)
Happy Friday, Whistlers! I wanted to wrap up summer with this lovely and airy Summer Festival Slouchy. I absolutely love hats, and this light hat is still wearable is warmer weather with its granny stitch-esque stripes, and breathable cotton yarn.
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Today I am revamping an old pattern–my first pattern actually. I didn’t have any idea what I was doing then(I am still learning, actually), but I was so proud of my first design. It was after this pattern that I decided I loved designing, and that I wanted to take my blog in a different direction.
Crochet. More crochet.
Since this pattern needed a bit of work and new photos, I decided to give it new life. I still love wearing my Striped Hipster Slouchy Beanie. It works up quickly, has a classic shape and is so comfy.