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  1. This free pattern is an addition to a pattern set I have that includes a Hat, Cowl, and Fingerless Gloves. The headband uses fingering weight yarn and a size F crochet hook (I used about 80yards of yarn). There is a video tutorial that shows the basic cabling pattern for this pattern set, as well! It's written as a one-size headband but stretches to fit both me and my 9-year-old daughter (instructions for adjusting length are included) https://kickincrochet.com/braided-rose-headband/
  2. Free crochet pattern: Do Your Wooly Vest - click here: Do Your Wooly Vest!
  3. Making these Celtic knot patterns are fun! I've charted out a few more patterns from two different knot motifs in the Book of Kells. I call them "Large" and "Small Celtic Cables". They are designed to be modular so you can attach as many of the vertical and horizontal pieces together as needed to make a border or design element in an afghan. I hope you enjoy them! http://suviscrochet.blogspot.com/2014/08/book-of-kells-large-cables.html http://suviscrochet.blogspot.com/2014/08/book-of-kells-small-cables.html
  4. Good morning to everyone, here you are some pics of a new hat that I completed some weeks ago, crocheted while studying for a knitwear design course. Working this hat together with the other ones really helped me in taking a break and relaxing during those long hours of study. I made this one with two colors of Schachenmayr Catania Solids yarn, an ivory and a bright fuxia. Enjoy!
  5. I had so much fun making my last hat, that I've made another. This is the Vrida Cabled Slouch Hat...a free pattern by Jenifer Rank that can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/vrida-cabled-slouch-hat
  6. https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/161687395/twists-and-bows-cowl-crochet-pattern?
  7. I haven't finished this yet (still needs a border), but I wanted to go ahead and share it anyway...what do you think?
  8. I'm thinking about using this across the top of a baby afghan...I think it will look better with a few adjustments, and a border (maybe some cables)...
  9. This is a panel of an afghan that I am designing...the plan is to triple this in width, but I'm wondering if it's too busy - what do you think?
  10. I was playing with post stitches, and came up with this scarf...it's not quite long enough though...should have added my middle name.
  11. This is a technique that I have been experimenting with lately...I'm basically just using post stitches to make pictures or words. Not very happy with this particular design but I figured I'd post a pic anyway...
  12. This was one of those projects that just sort of happened. I didn't have a plan when I began...it just kind of evolved. Front: Back: Lining:
  13. I've been on a bracelet/cuff "kick" for a while now, so I thought I'd see if my wife would like one. Here's a crocheted cable cuff with a fancy button for decoration. Crocheted in #3 crochet thread with a 2.5 mm hook. For the clasp, I used ½ of a heart/bar toggle. Instead of the bar, I crocheted a loop to reduce the bulk of the clasp. This was actually my second attempt - the first attempt is viewable in my blog (link below)
  14. I finally got my Etsy shop set up...well, I still have a few things to figure out - I don't have a banner or avatar yet, and I only have one item listed, but for those of you who know me (and my lack of computer skills) this is a major accomplishment! Oh...here's a link to my pattern! http://www.etsy.com/listing/62442580/celtic-cable-scarf-pattern-pdf
  15. This is my second cabled vines scarf...I hope you can see the detail...I'm finding it very difficult to photograph. ETA: this scarf is now for sale in my Etsy shop.
  16. Here's something I whipped up yesterday...it's kind of difficult to see the details in the picture...the vines/leaves/berries are all cabled. I am still trying to decide if it needs a border, or if I should just leave it alone - I am considering a thin cable down each side to help frame it - what do you all think? ETA: This scarf is now available for sale in my Etsy shop.
  17. I wanted to try some cables with fingering weight yarn, so I made my daughter these fingerless gloves...I like the way the cables look, but it turns out I have no idea how to make a fingerless glove LOL!
  18. The color makes this one a bit difficult to see, but here it is anyway...#5 in my cabled scarf series... [attach]30273[/attach] [attach]30274[/attach]
  19. I haven't finished crocheting this one yet, but I wanted to share it anyway...what do you think? [attach]30143[/attach]
  20. Yep...another one - thanks for looking!
  21. Okay...here's #4 in my cabled scarf series...
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