Patterns

~ PATTERNS 4 FREE ~

Curly Felted fascinator ~ Joining Squares & All-round Border from E-book Gran’s Garden ~ The Half Granny Square ~ Simple Crochet Button

~ PATTERNS 4 SALE ~

3 Step Summer Shrug ~ Sandstone – Poncho ~ Kwik Chic Scar/muffler ~ Headband/ Scarf/Wrap ~ Spiral Beanie/Cowl Set ~ Easy Basic Crochet Bag/purse ~ Lattice Scarf with Berries ~ Fingerless Mittens ~ Lace motif ~ Big Flower Afghan ~ Medallion Scarf ~ Sunflower Afghan Square ~ Crochet Fan Lace ~

~ E-BOOK – GRAN’S GARDEN ~

25 crochet flower patterns

~ E-BOOK- 16 LACE MOTIFS ~

~ A versatile collection of lace motifs that vary in size & can be used on their own or in any combination desired ~

~ Reclaim that old woollen jumper & turn it into a stylish handbag ~

~ E-BOOK – TUNISIAN CROCHET TUTORIAL ~

~ The aim of this tutorial is to build confidence so that once you understand the basics you will venture out & explore the multitude of stitch combinations available ~

Ebook – Crochet Scallop & Spirals

~ A collection of 7 crochet scallops & 6 crochet spirals patterns ~

~ Ebook – FILET CROCHET TUTORIAL ~

This tutorial (17 pages) takes you through the basics of Filet Crochet in both written (UK & US terminology) & diagram form

 

2 Responses to Patterns

  1. rensfibreart says:

    Thank you so much, Barbara – it’s always gratifying to get positive feedback – happy retirement & good luck with all your new-found pleasures – I look forward to seeing you on Ravelry, it’s such a great place for all us ‘fibre nutters’ – cheers Renate

  2. Barbara says:

    Good Afterternoon Renate,

    Today I had the extreme pleasure of looking at your fantastic website. It is so nice to see that there really are so many very talented creative people utilizing age-old crocheting since we CAN do other things other than make JUST Granny squares.

    Since I just recently retired and have the time I have taken up some of my old interests such as crocheting, loving my 2 Maltis, and playing the piano. So far the only thing I have created has been some very darling doggy sweaters utilizing Tunisian crochet. Hopefully soon I will get myself setup with Ravelry and get my pics up, pattern, etc..

    You have been a real inspiration to me and for that I thank you very much for that.

    Barbara

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