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Free Pattern Friday – Incarnadine Shawl

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Incarnadine Shawl crocheted in Alpaculence (pattern link). Combine a top-down triangular shell stitch pattern with self-striping yarn, and what do you get? Gradually widening color repeats in a beautiful shawl. The border is added afterwards, for narrow bands of color in glittering superfine Alpaculence. You can easily adjust the …

Friday, August 17th @ 2PM

Vibrance in Lace – Flow Cardi

This summer, I’ve been looking for just the right piece to wear over a tank or short sleeves, to go with a kicky spring-toned skirt that I bought on impulse.  I didn’t have to look far – Rachel Brockman delivered the perfect design in the Flow Cardi. The design is part of our new Vibrance …

Monday, August 13th @ 1PM

Free Pattern Friday – Playtime Blankie

It’s Free Pattern Friday! Today, the Playtime Blankie in Bella Chenille Multi (pattern link). This soft, squeezable square 38″ x 38″ blanket is perfect for tender-skinned babies. I wish you could reach through the screen and feel how soft the Bella Chenille Multi is. The wrapped stitches give it just a little extra thickness and …

Friday, August 10th @ 3PM

Free Pattern – Halfway Home Shawl

When we launch a new yarn, as we did this year with Finn, we also publish free patterns made in that yarn so that crafters can have instant inspiration.  Halfway Home was one of several published this Spring that never got their day on the blog.  Time to fix that! This is Amy Gunderson’s Halfway …

Monday, August 6th @ 5PM
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