The Wave Lace Scarf is a super easy scarf that creates a visually interesting pattern using simple chains and double crochets. Great for beginners, this scarf will be a beautiful gift for yourself or a loved one.
The pattern includes a stitch diagram for visual crocheters.
Use promo code: wave50 during checkout to receive discount.*
*Offer good until Sunday, March 1st, 2015 midnight Pacific time.
The newest Knitcrate arrived and I’m loving the 100% Alpaca yarn that came with it. Check out the video below for the reveal and how much everything was worth. See the giveaway below that to enter to win one of the goodies that came in it.
Win this beautiful knit Vera Poncho pattern by leaving a comment in this post telling us if you enjoy doing lace work in knit or crochet.*
Update: Don’t know why I was calling it a shawl in the title. 🙂 It’s a poncho!!
*Entries accepted until Feb. 28th, 2015 midnight Pacific time. The winner will be chosen and announced March 1st, 2015. Contest open to everyone.
I received this Stargazer Silk and Sequins yarn in one of my first yarn subscription boxes. I started the pattern shortly after, but other projects took over and this one sat unfinished for a very long time.
The Solomon’s Knot, or Love Knot, Scarf Necklace is a cute and super fast project. The video tutorial shows you how to work the simple Solomon Knot if you’ve never tried it before.
I love old crochet patterns. Not necessarily for the pattern itself, but more for the look back at the era the photo for the pattern was taken in.
This “awesome” photo is from an 80’s edition of Crochet Fantasy.
Being a kid of the 80s I can’t help but relive the days with this photo. The sponged graphic lines of the artwork in the thin gold frame behind the model. Her hand on the black lacquered furniture that was probably purchased at Levitz (bonus points for leaving their slogan in the comments.) The bold earrings and the hair that is most likely in a banana clip. The best part of all is of course the quintessential 80’s feathered bangs.
I had puny bangs and could never get the heights achieved here, so I’m very jealous. I just love this picture. Did I miss anything that stands out to you in the picture of being “totally” 80s. Let me know below, or share your own favorite 80’s trend.