Kismet Halter Top

My little Kismet Square motif has had an eventful life so far! I designed this circle-to-square motif a couple years ago, planning on using it for an ambitious new design which STILL hasn't seen the light of day. Okay so, I'm still working on that one and it will eventually become something really great, but... Continue Reading →

Elf Coat Belt Tie

Update! : To see all available sizes of the FREE Elf Coat pattern as well as all the available add-ons to the design, please visit the Elf Coat FAQ page for links! Along with the new updates I'm implementing for my popular Elf Coat Pattern is this quick little addition for a belted-waist tie, perfect... Continue Reading →

Rambler’s Mitts & Armwarmers Pattern

Despite the absolute buttload of snow that just got dumped upon my Midwestern home, I've already turned my mind to thinking about the magic of spring in the forest, getting excited for hikes on the not-yet-overgrown woodland trails to search for harbingers-of-spring, bones, feathers and other treasures waiting for the wild-minded. This means it's fingerless... Continue Reading →

Winter Poncho Pattern

True to form, I've circled back around to reworking an older design at almost the exact anniversary of it's original release. Five years ago in January I released the Boho Fringe Poncho as my tenth paid pattern. Today, I'd like to introduce this same design as it's been reformatted, tweaked for improvements, and released FOR... Continue Reading →

Yearling Headband

I've always had a natural love of animals and being raised in the country meant I had a lot of exposure to all sorts of them - in particular I loved the white-tailed deer that would sometimes appear on the edges of the yard, majestic and graceful but powerful as well. Anyone raised around their... Continue Reading →

Basic Armwarmers Tutorial

Armwarmers are an awesome crochet project. Quick, fun, and not finicky - these babies have been a go-to for me whenever I have a spare skein of soft yarn that needs a purpose. This pattern/tutorial/guide is customizable, with enough structure to use as a straightforward pattern for beginners, or for more experienced crocheters to use... Continue Reading →

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