• Crochet,  Pattern

    Stacked Pumpkins…. new pattern

    IT’S SPOOKY SEASON! I can not believe it’s already my birthday. That means school is starting soon (next week for us) and shortly after that Fall comes. And you know that Fall brings all sorts of good things. Pumpkin lattes, corn mazes, hay bales, sweaters, and knee high boots. I can’t wait. It’s been so hot here lately that I am gladly going to welcome the cold weather. I have a new pattern ready for you guys. It’s stacked pumpkins. What better way to get ready for Fall/Halloween? These pumpkins can be made separately but I have designed them to be stacked.

  • Crochet,  Pattern

    Pamela Fingerless Gloves

    I’m sitting here on my back deck trying to figure out how to write this blog post and I can’t help but cry a bit as I type. Today is pattern release day for my Pamela Fingerless Gloves. If you guys remember, I wrote a pattern for the Pamela Scarf back in March. That was one of the hardest things I did since I am making this set in memory of my late mom, Pam. There were a lot of tears and phone calls with my sister on that one. The healing process has started and I don’t cry nearly as much as I used to but it’s still hard.…

  • Crochet,  Free pattern,  Pattern

    Earth Day Tote… a free crochet pattern.

    Earth Day…. This year Earth Day brings on a whole new meaning. More than ever, we are learning to appreciate the earth and what it does for us by going about things a bit differently then we’re used to. I’m pretty active on social media and I’m seeing more people planting gardens, buying live stock, and they’re beginning to barter with others which cuts down on a lot of unnecessary plastic packaging. All of that is great and I really hope we can continue to do this after things get back up and running. But until then, let’s focus on a few smaller things that we can control now like…

  • Crochet,  Pattern

    Pamela Scarf

    I’ve recently started designing my own patterns to sell and the first one I made was in tribute to my mom, Pamela. It was a scarf that she would have loved. She couldn’t wear anything that was too tight on her neck and everything had to be soft to the touch, nothing too scratchy. The Pamela Scarf comes in two sizes: M-L and XL – 3X. It is intended to be made with a very soft 4 weight yarn. Some great yarns to try would be: Lion Brand Mandala Ombre, Lion Brand Basic Stitch Anti-Pilling, Stylecraft Special Aran, and Lion Brand Mandala Tweed Stripes. This scarf is made for the…