Scrappy Knit Shawl Pattern

I accumulate odd bits and ends of yarn skeins at a rapid pace, so it's fortunate that I love upcycling and recycling projects that take advantage of "waste" material and turn them into something gorgeous and useful <3 My favorite way to use very small bits of yarn over the years has been the knit... Continue Reading →

Novella Shawl Pattern

The following is a ramble-y lead-up to my new FREE crochet pattern design, a super simple and warm triangular shawl with a touch of adventure - keep scrolling for the free Novella Shawl pattern or get the downloadable, printable, ad-free PDF in my Ravelry Store or Etsy Shop now! Backstory: Or, How Designing an Easy... Continue Reading →

Freeform #1

For years now I've had my eye on creating a piece in the classic Freeform style, a method of crochet that rejects the use of pattern or pre-planned formations and uses highly textural and varied crochet stitches to create odd, asymmetric pieces called "scrumbles." Though any crocheting without a pattern could technically be called freeform... Continue Reading →

Cobweb Wrap

I've always loved the way that fog reveals through tiny glimmering water droplets the cobwebs that weave together the grasses of a field. These little intricate fiber blobs go unnoticed until the water reflection lights them up, revealing a tiny world of complexity. It was after these shining, tensile treasures that I named my newest... Continue Reading →

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