Christmas Pattern Round-up

Here are 7 Christmas patterns that you can find here on our blog or in our Etsy shop. Each project is small and works up quickly so you still have time to finish at least one before Christmas! Christmas Holly Leaf Scarf Every time I wear this scarf I get several compliments on it. There are 2 versions included in the pattern based on using either one or two strands of yarn. The original yarn that I created the scarf[Read more]

My Classes at CGOA Chain Link Conference

I have been teaching crochet locally for over 10 years but this year was my first time teaching at the conference – I loved it! A big THANK YOU goes out to these companies who donated supplies that were great prizes and giveaways in all 4 classes: http://www.creativeyarnsource.com – Sinfonia yarn in lovely colors http://www.universalyarn.com – Nazli Gelin 100% Egyptian cotton crochet thread http://www.firemountaingems.com – Beads and jewelry supplies http://www.clover-usa.com – Wonderful Clover crochet hooks and high quality measuring tapes;[Read more]

Celtic Heart Wall Art

NEW Celtic Knot Pattern available here I have been working on a variety of new Celtic Knot patterns lately and this is the first one now available in my Ravelry store. Even though the knot looks complex it is actually simple to construct if you have the diagram (which is included in the pattern) and instructions. For this project I used one of my favorite yarns, Omega’s Sinfonia in red (#822) and garnet – a deeper red (#823) – you[Read more]

Killarney Hot Pad

You can never have too many hot pads in the kitchen!  Here is one that shows off a  Celtic Knot – perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day meal or for any day you would like to remember Ireland while you dine. I named this after the Irish town, Killarney – one of my favorite towns I visited in Ireland in June 2016.  Here are some photos from our trip: I was the instructor on a special crochet tour with Annie’s[Read more]

Celtic Knot Pin

This Celtic Knot Pin features one of the simplest Celtic Knots you can weave so it works up very quickly for the perfect Irish accessory to any outfit.  I first created this design in 2013 in honor of St. Patrick’s Day and now I am re-publishing it here on the blog with video tutorials! (Click on the text in bold red, and it will take you to the video tutorial for that step of the project.) Skill Level: Confident Beginner[Read more]