Today I have a squishy, super cozy, extra-AMAZING pattern for you all; The Nina Cardigan. I designed this sweater to be the perfect homebody sweater. I love cuddling up in something cozy when I’m spending the day lounging at home.
Today I have a unique garment for you all, the Hudson Kimono uses a textured stitch called the “Soft Cluster” once blocked gives a BEAUTIFUL drape and gorgeous look.
As most of you know I LOVE making, wearing, designing, admiring, any oversized sweater. The Kelby sweater is JUST THAT.
Today I have a totally fund and different project for you all, a sweater dress!
A few years back I crochet a sample stitch piece that I never used for any projects, but for some reason it went VIRAL. I received so many messages from people asking me for the pattern to this stitch, where they could find it, and so on. The problem was I never could find the perfect pattern to use this stitch in.
During the crazy busy holiday season, sometimes we need make a project that works up in under 30 minutes, and uses a simple stitch repeat. Well, I’ve got you all covered!
The Breah beanie was inspired by my love for quick, easy and simple projects. As we’re getting closer to the Holiday season I find myself needing more gifts for friends and family. I obviously don’t have enough time to make them a big blanket or sweater, so I always end up resorting to a beanie. The Breah Beanie is the perfect addition to your quick gift projects!
So, I have a pretty cool pattern for you all today. If I do say so myself, this has to be one of my favorite headbands i’ve made to date!
Shawls and scarves have recently made their way into my heart. These accessories were once something I despised making and wearing, but as I’ve grown as a designer (and moved to a colder climate) I find that I just can’t get enough of them!
The Berk beanie is the perfect beginner’s cable knitting pattern. I know for the LONGEST time I avoided cable knitting like the plague.
Today I have a video tutorial for you all! Yes, a little different than my usual, but I figured if this was going to be the “Complete Beginners Knitted Hat” than a video tutorial was a MUST.