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New Product! The Sterling Road Sweater

The Sterling Road Sweater was designed by Lee of Coco Crochet Lee. You can find more of her work HERE

I’m loving the look of this incredible sweater! Use your favorite light-weight yarn to crochet a gorgeous turtleneck that mimics knit!

The sample photographed was made in Dunja  on Squid DK and July’s Mystery Colorway dyed on Squid Sock. Here are some other colorways you might like.

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Walville Pattern Re-Release

I’m still slowly working on getting my favorite past designs remade in my hand dyed yarn and this week it’s the Walville Cowl! Guys! I love this cowl so much! I made the original a few years ago and I still wear it and now I’m super excited to have it done in my yarn. When I don;t know what cozy accessory to wear I throw this bad boy on and I’m out he door. It’s seriously one of my favorites.

The best part of this design is it only take ONE skein of yarn. Can you believe that!? It’s the perfect excuse to use one of those special skeins you’ve been hanging onto or maybe its a great reason to splurge on that one colorway you’ve been eyeing.

Today only (10/9/2019) this pattern is available for FREE download. No code needed.

 

Looking for some color inspiration? Check out these colorways! You really can’t go wrong with almost any of these colorways. remember, add 3 items (including your pattern) to your cart and save 15% automatically!

View all available colorways here.

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Faris Scarf Pattern Release

If you follow me on Instagram you saw I dyed up this bright, bright green. it was so out of my comfort zone I almost threw it out. But then I thought about it and I kind of fell in love. I played around and ended up paring it with two awesome greys which I think almost neutralized this crazy color. I love it!

The Faris Scarf is an over sized scarf (almost a wrap) that uses 3 skeins of Squid DK. I love that it’s super stripey and fun but you don’t have to worry about weaving in a bunch of ends. Yes!

I’ve written the pattern using 3 skeins of Squid DK but you could easily sub with any weight yarn. I’ve included instructions of how to change the length.

 

Looking for some color inspiration. Check out these colorways! You really cant go wrong with almost any of these colors paired together. You’ll save 15% on any 3 skeins of yarn. No code needed!

View all colorways here!