Decorative cable and bobbles, reminiscent of a sprig of entwining vine with flowering buds, adorns the side of the Amelia cowl and hat. With a moderate slouchy silhouette, the sassy hat is a perfect companion for the toasty cowl. The matching set is knitted seamlessly in the round from the bottom up, and can be easily adjusted in circumference and height.
With a shape reminiscent of a water lily pad, Monica will stay put elegantly on the shoulders to wrap you in cozy warmth. It can also be worn around the neck as a statement scarf. The lacy pattern works up quickly from the center out, ending with an eye-catching flower border that lends a romantic flair to this gorgeous piece.
Combining the beauty of romantic lace and delicately accented stockinette, Olivia offers a feminine and elegant appeal while keeping you warm and cozy. This loop scarf is equally exquisite with tonal or solid color yarn. Alternatively, use complementary colors to accentuate the eye catching lace border for a different flair. Knitted in the round, the loop scarf can be easily adjusted in circumference and height to suit your needs.
Once again, I’m honoured and delighted that my pattern has been chosen for a workshop. This time, River City Yarns in Edmonton, Alberta is organizing a crochet workshop based on my Jamie vest pattern. River City Yarns is owned by two sisters and business partners, Barb Barone and Cynthia Hyslop. You can find more details about their wonderful store here and the Jamie workshop here. Please also check out the blog post that Cynthia wrote, you may find some interesting information from the chat between Cynthia and me. 🙂
To learn more about the Jamie vest and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.
I’ve been checking my mail almost everyday for the last couple of weeks. Finally, my copy of the newly published “Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies” is in the mailbox today. I still haven’t got over the excitement — the short sleeve version of my Gina floral lace baby/child cardigan is in the book, beautifully illustrated on page 123. It’s absolutely delightful to see the cardigan looking so adorable on the little cute model.
Thanks Gina, I wouldn’t have done it without your encouragement and help! (And yes, the little cardi is named after the wonderful Gina, my Ravelry friend.)
To learn more about the Gina pattern and to purchase a downloadable version with full 5 sizes, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.
I’m honoured and delighted that the All Wound Up Yarn Shop in Edmonds, Washington is holding a Crochet Along (CAL) for my Ava – lacy shells cardigan pattern. The yarn shop is opened by Leslie and her daughter Nona nearly one year ago. Their beautiful store sample is shown in the picture below. For details about the CAL, please check out their store web site here.
To learn more about the Ava cardigan and to purchase, please find it here at my Ravelry Store.