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Jean Cardigan via Inside Crochet

I finally finished it! Seriously I feel like this took forever, because it did, and now it is done. I LOVE THIS VINTAGE INSPIRED CARDIGAN. This piece came from Inside Crochet issue 72, I love this magazine. The only down side is this is a heavy piece of clothing and…

Filet Mesh Top – Lion Brand

Earlier in the fall I was looking for some good layering pieces to wear since you can experience 4 seasons in nearly 24 hours here in my home state. I had come across this Filet Mesh Top pattern and several others over on the Lion Brand website and thought that…

Boyfriend Cardigan via Inside Crochet

After browsing for crochet publications that actually made modern pieces to wear, this is the first pattern that caught my eye and got me hooked on the publication itself. This came from Inside Crochet Issue 42¬†and I instantly just fell in love. This was the first piece of actual…

Vphee Sweater

About a year ago I subscribed to Inside Crochet magazine because I found that they had a great pattern selection for modern crochet. The only hang up I had was there was a “language barrier” when it came to crochet stitches. UK language versus US, I always had…

Crocheted “Bib” Necklace

I happened to come across this great post of a crocheted “bib” necklace from the blog A Common Thread. I thought it was so elegant that I had to try it myself. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like using the cotton thread she…

Knit Cable Hat

I finished my second knit project and explored the world of cable needles. It was a pretty simple hat that I saw in the fall issue of Knit Simple magazine. I chose to make a couple modifications 1) I chose not to add the pom pom to the top, and…

Slippers

With the weather cooling off I decided to make a pair of what I call “in between” slippers. It is still too warm for the heavy duty slippers that we all break out in the middle of winter but it is cool enough that you want something to…

Braided Cowl

Taking a break from the baby works I worked on this cowl for my mother’s birthday. It was a very simple pattern and took probably an hour if I had worked it straight through. I chose to use a cobalt blue yarn and found these great buttons at…