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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. Anais Tunisian Jacket

    Anais Tunisian Jacket

    As low as: $7.00

    Tunisian Crochet Jacket Pattern - Not a Finished Garment

    Sculptured and strong, this top-down, seamless jacket in Tunisian Crochet has a distinctive silhouette and the versatility of a wardrobe basic. Bulky yarn not only gives the jacket structure, but allows for a quick project. Learn More
  2. Asymmetric Redux

    Asymmetric Redux

    As low as: $7.00

    Crochet Poncho Pattern - Not a Finished Garment

    We’ve revised and reinterpreted the pattern that introduced a new generation of crocheters to the beauty of Tunisian Crochet: our popular Asymmetric Poncho.

    Our new version replaces the shoulder seam with a shawl pin and provides new ideas for wearing this versatile design. This light and airy garment is the perfect “barely-there-layer” for warmer weather and looks great over clothing or as a cover-up at the beach.

    There are 3 key components to the Asymmetric Redux: a large Tunisian Crochet hook, gorgeous yarn and basic Tunisian Crochet stitches. The result is a garment that looks woven, has luxurious drape and works up in a snap thanks to the hefty hook.

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  3. Bellocq Stocking Collection

    Bellocq Stocking Collection

    As low as: $7.00

    This collection features lacy socks and stockings all made from the same basic pattern. Because they’re worked from the toe up, you just stop knitting when your stockings reach the perfect length: crew, knee-high or thigh-high. Learn More
  4. Convertible Wrap PDF Download

    Convertible Wrap PDF Download



    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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  5. Cowl Cami

    Cowl Cami

    As low as: $7.00

    Broomstick Lace Crochet Pattern - Not Finished Items

    They used to call broomstick lace “jiffy lace” for a reason! This fast project is made working single broomstick lace loops from the top down to make a fitted, wardrobe staple. Wear it alone or layer it. Seamless, top-down construction means that once you have fastened off, this quick top is ready to wear!

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  6. Curiously Clever Clogs

    Curiously Clever Clogs

    As low as: $7.00

    These felted, knit slippers are a stylish new take on a classic knitting project. Learn More
  7. Demure Flower Capelet

    Demure Flower Capelet

    As low as: $7.00

    For knitters and crocheters alike - a sweet and demure capelet. Learn More
  8. Floral Clog Slippers

    Floral Clog Slippers

    As low as: $7.00

    Crochet is perfect for felted clogs- it felts up thick and the sculptural floral motif of the slippers can be worked-as-you-go. Learn More
  9. Hairpin Sheath

    Hairpin Sheath

    As low as: $7.00

    Add a dose of unique texture with this bold yet feminine layering piece. Create this cropped sweater with just 6 Hairpin Lace strips. Join the strips using a criss-cross pattern and simple crochet stitches to create the finished look. Learn More
  10. Lotus Smock Dress and Camisole

    Lotus Smock Dress and Camisole

    As low as: $7.00

    One of our fastest projects using crochet hairpin lace: This try-on-as-you-go project can be completed in a weekend for the camisole-length or in a week for the knee-grazing dress. Learn More
  11. Pompom Hobo Super-Slouch!

    Pompom Hobo Super-Slouch!

    As low as: $0.00

    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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  12. Shawl of Solomon

    Shawl of Solomon

    As low as: $7.00

    Speedy solomon’s knots make for quick work in this shawl and use significantly less yarn than would a more solid stitch. 

    A rich, heavy edging adds drama and slinky weight to the ethereal netting of the shawlette body.  

    Modifying this pattern is easy since it’s designed to be crocheted from the tip up. In this way, you can stop crocheting once you’ve reached the size that you want.  Keep in mind that your yardage requirements will differ if you modify the size of the project.

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