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Use the drill-down menu at left to view what Yarn Market News has described as "well-written knitting and crochet patterns." 

We focus mainly on "try-on-as-you-go" construction to help you create garments that are not only fun to make, but also fun to wear. Our patterns are highly tutorial, containing closeups and how-to photography.

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  1. Chainmaille Cowl PDF Download

    Chainmaille Cowl PDF Download

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    Try Circular Tunisian Crochet! This chunky, warm cowl is worked in the round using Tunisian Crochet Stitches and a double-ended crochet hook. Learn More
  2. Cobweb Scarf PDF Download

    Cobweb Scarf PDF Download

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    Work both ends.

    The Cobweb Scarf is a great introduction to the possibilities of the double-ended crochet hook and it’s a perfect, stash-busting, last-minute gift to yourself or someone else. If you’ve seen those crochet hooks with the hooks on both ends and wondered what to do with them - this speedy project will open your eyes to the possibilities of the techique.

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  3. Convertible Wrap PDF Download

    Convertible Wrap PDF Download

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    Dress, scarf, halter, capelet, shrug, shawl...

    Only your imagination limits how this garment can be worn.

    The convertible wrap is not only a fun and easy introduction to hairpin lace, it is a great accessory for summer and evening wear. Create this simple, striking fabric using a hairpin lace loom and simple crochet stitches. Finish the wrap with a twisted cord tie and 2 matching shawl pins and you’ve got limitless wear possibilities.

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  4. Dusty Rose Crochet Flower Pattern PDF Download

    Dusty Rose Crochet Flower Pattern PDF Download

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    Versatile little rose to accessorize with hats, bags and ponchos! Achieve different looks with different yarns. Learn More
  5. Pompom Hobo Super-Slouch!

    Pompom Hobo Super-Slouch!

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    Knit Pattern - Not Finished Items

    This quirky handbag is packed with style. It's also a quick and easy project where the yarn does most of the work. Our featured yarn is self-striping and lends gorgeous textures and colors that blend beautifully. But you could also raid your stash and blend scrap yarns for a gorgeous effect.

    It starts with some no-brainer knitting in-the-round, then we show you a simple trick to apply a rectangular base without sewing. The design features screw-on, reusable handles for simplicity. To finish, the optional pompoms add a touch of whimsy, and our bag lining tutorial will help ensure that your stylishly slouchy project is top notch.

    Download the pattern for free.

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