Hi and welcome to week three of the Erie Waters Crochet Along with Rich Textures Crochet! What would a natural beach be without stones?
Freezies are such a favourite treat in our house during the summer months! But they are so cold for my children’s little fingers – the solution? A simple freezie cover!
Hi and welcome to week two of the Erie Waters Crochet Along with Rich Textures Crochet! There is something wonderful about reaching the shores of the Lake Erie, removing your sandals, and taking that first step in the warm white sands.
It seems that crochet tote bags are every where these days! Are you looking for one to show off a little Canadian Pride while out and about this summer? Look no further!
Hi and welcome to week one of the Erie Waters Crochet Along with Rich Textures Crochet! I am so excited to be starting this crochet journey with you! Continue reading “The Erie Waters CAL – Week One”
Hi and welcome to the first crochet along by Rich Textures Crochet! Today I’d like to introduce you to the Erie Waters Throw.
A Scottish hap is a thick shawl (sometimes used as a blanket!). It is constructed as a square and folded over on the diagonal to create a triangular shawl or wrap. Continue reading “Crochet Scottish Hap – A Free Crochet Pattern”
You will love the woven texture of this lavender throw! This throw is worked in one piece, working with six balls of yarn at one time.
I love socks! Especially cozy ones! So I thought it only fitting (and practical) to design myself a pair for our cold cottage floors.
If you are passionate about chevron then this blanket is for you! It features lots of texture and style. Worked in bulky weight yarn it works up quickly.