Hello and welcome to week eleven of the Great Canadian Landscapes Crochet Along! Today we continue our journey across Canada through the Yukon!
You are going to love the slouch in this free crochet pattern and video tutorial for a textured slouch hat!
Now that you’ve had a chance to make up the Rustic River Beanie, it’s now time to introduce you to the free crochet pattern and video tutorial for the Rustic River Cowl!
You’re going to love the texture of this rustic beanie made with a bulky weight yarn called Canoe by Sugar Bush Yarns!
Hello and welcome! Today we are going to learn how to crochet the Cozy Latte Mittens! They are quick to make and super soft – I’m sure you’ll love them!
Welcome to the Button Up Cowl Free Crochet Pattern! This is the second pattern in my winter set using Caron Latte Cakes by Yarnspirations.
I have a confession to make! When I come across a new yarn with great or interesting texture, I just have to try it! That was what launched the design of this Puff Stitch Slouch Hat!
For me, late summer and early spring are the best seasons for shawls! It is during these uncertain temperatures that it is wonderful to be able to grab a shawl or wrap as you head out the door or head out into the back yard with a good book and cup of tea.
Hello and welcome to the Great Canadian Landscapes Crochet Along! Over the next fourteen weeks we are going to crochet this beautifully textured blanket!
The Summer Breeze is an elegant shawl worked with three balls of Red Heart Unforgettable yarn. It is the perfect accessory as those warm summer nights transition to fall.