Hi everybody!! So glad I am back to offer you another free crochet pattern for you all. This Bobbin Along Scarf will be a great addition to your Winter accessories. The scarf can be worn many different ways of your choosing. I received this yarn from Red Heart. It's Baby Hugs Light. I love how soft it is and it is a great yarn to work with.
Looking at the scarf I am sure you all know where the name came from. I really would like to make some slippers with this pattern. What do you think? Maybe some slipper boots? Wouldn't that keep your toes nice and toasty. I used double treble stitches and the Bobble stitch for this. I love the way the stitches compliment each other. I would love to hear from you, maybe offer up some suggestions, maybe just to say HI!! :-)
WooHooo!!! I finally have a new free crochet pattern to share with all of you! Here is the Abigale in Fall sweater. This sweater you can make in size 6-12 months.
Fall is here, crisp fall days and night. Fall is my favorite season, I think. I am blessed to see all 4 seasons here in New York. The color of the leaves are breathtakingly beautiful. What is your favorite season?
Hi everyone and Happy Saturday. I am releasing this new Spring Kisses Infinity Scarf today as a free pattern. I used #2 weight Premier Cotton Fair Yarn to make this lightweight Spring scarf for you to enjoy. The pattern is easy and the repeats are easy to follow. I hope you have fun and share your photos with me.
This will be my last free crochet pattern for the month of February. I will be back in later months. The Rouge Infinity Scarf is probably my favorite yet. I love the color and the design.
Bohemian Winter Hat
Ok , I am sharing this pattern with you all that are participating in the Designers Potpourri CAL. The Bohemian Winter Hat is made from the bottom up. This is the 2nd pattern for all you wonderful followers! I loved working this set and I am super excited to see all the finished projects.
I am so excited to be part of the Holiday Stashdown 2016. My contribution is this Pretty Posies Hat. The hat works up from the bottom and can be made in many different colors. I think stripes and the row of posies would be cute in one color. I hope you enjoy this as much as I did making it.
Sheri Ann Weber