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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. Cascade Scarf - Crochet

    Cascade Scarf - Crochet

    As low as: $7.00

    Combine the speed of sewing a fabric garment with the intricate detail of crochet lace. Learn how to combine fabric with crochet edgings to create a unique statement scarf.

    Buy the kit and get the pattern FREE.

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  2. Curlicue Scarf

    Decidedly Different Scarves

    As low as: $7.00

    Part scarves, part jewelry, part wearable art : This collection of scarves presents three truly unique scarf designs. Learn More
  3. Exfoliating Mitered Square Washcloth PDF Download

    Exfoliating Mitered Square Washcloth PDF Download

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    This fun, fast mitered-square washcloth design features a textured fabric that brings out the exfoliating power of the hemp fiber. Learn More
  4. Klimt

    Klimt

    As low as: $7.00

     

    Cloak yourself in a mosiac of hairpin lace... 

    Start with a gorgeous yarn, then pick up a crochet hook and a hairpin lace loom to make several simple, circular motifs. Once complete, pin the motifs to a work surface. Then join the motifs together with a tapestry needle following a basic method we teach you that is adapted from a Romanian Point Lace technique. Our instructions include detailed tutorial photography and video tutorials as well.

    The method is simple: you just need to carve out the time to create your own masterpiece.

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  5. More Decidedly Different Scarves

    More Decidedly Different Scarves

    As low as: $7.00

    This collection of scarves presents an even better-than-the-original sequel to our popular first collection. Included are designs for three scarves: one in hairpin lace, one in knit and one in Tunisian Crochet. Learn More
  6. Porcupine Lace Washcloth PDF Download

    Porcupine Lace Washcloth PDF Download

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    This reversible little knitted lace washcloth design can be used with a variety of yarns, although it looks spectacularly modern in the featured Lucci Cotton Tape.

    A great way to practice lace, this little washcloth makes a fast gift and looks the same on the front and the back thanks to a seed stitch border and a classic garter-stitch-based mid-Victorian lace pattern.

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  7. 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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  8. Valladolid

    Valladolid

    As low as: $7.00

    Crochet Pattern - Not actual shawl

    Valladolid was inspired by the Mexican colonial town of the same name in the Yucatan. It's one of Mexico's "Magical Towns", defined by colonial architecture and breezy atmosphere that transports you back to another era. This is the place that designer Jennifer Hansen created this shawl.

    Valladolid is worked from the center-top downwards in an expanding triangle. The patterning follows a sequence of 4 different lace designs, all fully described in both text instructions and crochet diagrams. 

    It’s easy to make this design larger by working more repeats of the sections you like best. Or you can keep it at the smaller size that it was designed at.

    Scroll down below to see some of the cool things about this new design.

    (We also offer kits in various fibers and prices for this shawl. Whichever kit you choose, you just have to pay for the yarn. We'll give you the pattern for FREE! )

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