Easy Crochet Shawl

Introducing an easy crochet shawl – the Lacy Shells Shawl! This pattern is simple to follow and creates a very pretty stitch pattern with the alternating shells and open spaces. I love to crochet and design shawls because they are a great canvas for showing off crochet stitches and beautiful yarn. Plus, most shawls fit a variety of sizes and look great on a variety of body types! To add to the drape I used a hook that is usually[Read more]

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Crochet Projects with Cotton yarn – Sinfonia!

Welcome! Welcome to Celtic Knot Crochet! Are you here for the Annie’s Facebook Live Yarn Giveaway? So glad you popped over for a visit! Enjoy reading my reasons for loving the wonderful Sinfonia yarn by Omega (which you can purchase here) and this list below of my crochet designs that use it – Please leave a comment below (by July 26th) telling us which one is your favorite to enter the giveaway! Thank you to James at Creative Yarn Source[Read more]

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Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is just 2 days away but there still is time to make a special and meaningful gift for Mom! Here’s a list of FREE home decor and jewelry patterns that would make great gifts for Mom – Click on each title to see the pattern – Many also come with a video tutorial(You can see ALL of my FREE patterns here): 1.  Super Simple Cup Cozy -Great beginner project and uses a fun embellishment 2.  Celtic Knot Bracelet – So unique and quick! 3.  Spring[Read more]

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Crochet Pattern Bundle

Spring has sprung, and while I don’t ever want to put my crochet hook down, I do start to work on lighter-weight projects. So my thoughts turn to lace! Lace to make – challenging stitches, airy patterns, gorgeous lightweight yarns – and lace to wear – the perfect items to get me from Spring to Summer or Summer to Fall. In honor of Spring I joined 33 of my crochet designer colleagues and created the Crochet for Me Lace Bundle.[Read more]

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Celtic Crochet Necklace

Several years ago I taught crochet at an art school that is affiliated with a local art museum. The museum held a special art display for the school’s instructors and I chose to have this Celtic Princess Necklace be a part of the art show. Now the necklace pattern is available in my Etsy shop here so that you can make one of your own. The necklace is crocheted with Size 10 cotton crochet thread and a size 1.5mm steel[Read more]

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