Now through December 31, 2018, buy any two patterns that I have for sale on in my Ravelry store and automatically get $1 off. No coupon code needed. Savings will automatically be deducted when you put two patterns in your cart. Here are just some of the patterns you will find in my Ravelry store. Get started on your holiday gift-making now. If you don’t have a Ravelry account, it’s free to sign up!
The 2018 Annie’s Christmas Special is out with more than 70+ holiday projects. Whether your niche is crochet, quilting, knitting, or sewing, you are sure to find some projects to inspire you and get you into the holiday crafting spirit.
My Don’t Spill the Beans Card Holder is one of the crochet patterns included in this issue. This gift card holder is the perfect way to give a gift card to a coffee lover — or anyone. A yarn and snowflake button closure keeps the gift card secure and adds a cute holiday touch.
You can purchase the Annie’s Christmas Special (either online as a download, or a hard copy via mail). I vote for a download so you can get crafting right away! Order HERE!
Between now and October 31, 2018 anyone who makes a purchase of $2.99 or more from my Ravelry store will automatically receive a free download of my Pink Ribbon motif pattern – no special codes to enter. The free pattern will automatically appear at checkout.
This motif is perfect to use as a pin –wear it in support of those battling breast cancer or give to others to show your support for them. It also makes a great tree ornament or fridge magnet!
Having spent the last 2 years dealing with breast cancer treatment myself (mastectomy, chemo, and radiation), I hope you will make, wear, and share these motifs with others!
You can visit my Ravelry store HERE.
The BRAND NEW October issue of I Like Crochet Magazine is now available! These jaw-dropping designer patterns will make you want to trade your swimsuit and pina colada for cozy scarves and pumpkin spice everything. Don’t miss out on some favorite features, like:
- 6+ apple orchard-themed patterns
- 6+ spice-inspired Fall projects
- 5+ feminine designs featuring bows and stripes
- 4+ spooktacular Halloween patterns
And don’t forget, I Like Crochet’s new Gold Club includes all-access membership that unlocks all of the patterns, tutorials, and gorgeous inspiration that I Like Crochet has to offer. Gold Club members will receive:
- Magazine Club access, which includes bi-monthly issues and free access to our library of 600+ patterns and tutorials.
- Collections Club access, which includes 50+ of some of our favorite designs, from scarves and shawls to blankets and kitchen patterns.
- Plus, free patterns, crochet tips and tricks, Crochet Along community events, and our free eNewsletters.
Of course, people can still subscribe to just the Magazine Club or just the Collections Club, but the Gold Club offers the most content at the best value.
The Autumn 2018 issue of Crochet! Magazine is out with 20+ projects to “Fall” into autumn, including my Tailgating Scarf and Ear Warmer Set.
The texture of the stitch makes it hard to believe it’s such a quick and easy pattern to stitch up! Plus, it’s the perfect pattern stitch for creating a warm fabric!
You can get this pattern and all of the other patterns in the Autumn issue of Crochet! Magazine by purchasing a download of this issue at Annie’s.
The April issue of Crochet World is here and in it you will find my Shape Shifter Shawl.
The Shape Shifter Shawl gives you so many choices since it’s designed to be worn multiple ways:
- Button at the side and wear as a poncho
- Fold and button the end so you can slide the other end through
- Button in the front
- Just wear as a traditional wrap
With the openwork pattern, no buttonholes are needed – just use the lacework openings as buttonholes!
You can get this pattern and all of the other patterns in the April issue of Crochet World — and there are a lot of great shawl designs — by purchasing a download of this issue at Annie’s.
Check out my Convergence Pillow in Crochet World’s Crochet Gifts for All Occasions. What makes this pillow cover unique is that it’s made all in one single piece. Shaping is created at the corners and the four corners wrap around and are joined at the center by a single button to keep it in place.
If you like this pattern, you can purchase a download of the Crochet Gifts for All Occasions magazine issue HERE. You will find 45+ patterns in this issue.