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The Warm Things patterns are almost ready! January 28, 2020 16:45

I'm wrapping up the cool-weather patterns next week with another hat and mitt set that I call "Warm Things".

In my house, we have this trunk—a sort of chest—that was made by my partner’s grandfather. In it, we keep all the hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, cowls, etc... that we use throughout the cool seasons. We lovingly call it the “Warm Things Box”.

The name for these mitts and the matching hat is inspired by their belonging in this box.

They are knit using O-Wool's Local yarn—a beautiful (and warm) blend of locally sourced alpaca and certified organic merino.

The Patterns are coming!

On Tuesday, Feb 4, 2020 they go up for pre-order on Ravelry, and Patreon Members will gain access to them on that day. They’ll be available to the public on Feb 11.

Patreon members also get 15-100% off all my new patterns.
If you join before Saturday, Feb 1, you’ll get the discounts and early access too!

Watch this video on Instagram, to see more details of these pattern pages, and stay tuned for their debut next week!


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New Pattern - Jackson Unisex Cap November 29, 2019 04:00

The Jackson Unisex Cap a simple crocheted hat—great for an easy mindless project, or for an adventurous beginning crocheter, willing to learn a new stitch or two.

 

It begins at the center of the crown and is worked around and around in a spiral in single crochet. Then there is one round of increases to establish the front-post-double-crochet stitches. After that point the increases are done, and it's just simple stitching until the hat is your desired length.

The edging is worked by reversing single crochet stitches to work them in the opposite direction—a fancy-looking stitch called "Crab Stitch".
Two of the four pattern pages include photo tutorials, showing exactly where to put the hook for a stitches that might be new to you—such as the front-post-double-crochet stitch.
The pattern is written for 4 sizes, ranging from baby to adult, so it will fit anyone you'd make one for.
It uses a worsted weight yarn, between 120 and 210 yards, which is probably around 50 to 100 grams of your favorite worsted yarn!
This simple stitch pattern will look great in solid and multi colored yarns.

This new crochet hat pattern will be available to my Patreon patrons tomorrow, and will be published publicly for everyone in just one more week.

 

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If you'd like to join my Patreon before December 1st, you will also receive the 15% to 25% off discount codes for this pattern, as well as many of the other benefits of being one of my Patreon members, such as free patterns, giveaways, knit and crochet design tips and more!

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