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.
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.
If you’re anything like me, crop tops make up most of my wardrobe. I just love them! They go perfect with my favorite fashion statement; High rise. I have an obsession with wearing high waisted shorts, skirts, pants, you name it. If it’s high-waisted then I want it.
Today I have a quick and easy poncho design to share with you all. This design was inspired by a child’s poncho I saw when shopping for my toddler. I couldn’t believe how simple the construction was and of course my inner crochet self just had to make one!
For the longest time I have been wanting to design a quick, easy, beginner friendly raglan crochet pattern, so today is that day! The Avary sweater has been a challenge for me. Which I found to be crazy, I have designed much more complicated pieces and NEVER experienced the confusion that this pattern caused my testers and I. BUT this is why all of my designs go through a testing phase, I am not perfect and there are often a multitude of mistakes found.
This design means so much to me, you wouldn't believe it. I've struggled for the longest time to create designs that I would actually wear in my day to day life, recently I've been reaching that goal and it feels AMAZING.
The Opal shrug has to be the most "out of my comfort zone" pattern i've created yet. That may sound odd, do to the fact this design is a simple shrug. But, let's be real here you guy's. I don't EVER wear shrugs. I can never find a shrug that actually fits my body right.
I am going to be sharing the Pereskia Kimono crochet pattern with you all for FREE.
As most of you know I have been slowly (but surely) moving all of my Etsy patterns to my blog. A few months ago I asked my Instagram followers (@Hookedontilly) if I should share the Genesis or Pereskia Kimono first, most of you voted for the Genesis Kimono, which I LOVE so I totally get it. But now it is time for us to get started on the Pereskia Kimono!
DIY summer crochet crop top pattern, easy beginners bralette, crochet bikini top, swim suit top crochet patterm. Using cotton yarn you can create your own summer top! I used I Love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby. Easily adjust size and length to modify this design to fit you personal style. Wear this top to the beach, a casual day out with high waisted shorts, or to your favorite summer festival.
Free Crochet summer kimono/cardigan pattern. Easy to follow instructions, beginner friendly and very versatile. This pattern works up quickly and makes for a great DIY project. Lion Brand Mandala yarn in Warlock is used to create the gorgeous color transition without having to weave in a bunch of loose ends. Three total sizes included: Small, Medium, and Large
An easy beginner friendly crochet garment pattern. Easily make your own crochet crop top using this free pattern, Inspired by minimalism and spring, This pattern is available in sizes x-small, small, medium, large, and X-large.
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About Me -
My name is Bailey, the Maker and designer behind hooked on tilly. I am a stay at home mama to two little babes. a few years ago i found myself pregnant and bored, so i decided to pick up a crochet hook and the rest is history from there! Most days you can find me knitting/crocheting with a cup of coffee and netflix playing in the background.
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