My Free Patterns Page

Columns Scarf

A reader just sent me a note because they couldn’t access one of my patterns in Ravelry (Column Scarf).  It looks like Caron yarns permanently deleted a bunch of free patterns from their website since they were purchased by Spinrite.  The patterns that were deleted are for items made with yarns they are no longer producing, like Simply Soft Chunky and Dazzleaire.

I’ve created a page here on my blog for patterns and added the Columns Scarf as a pdf file that you can download. You’ll find the link for the pattern page in the bar on the right. Just scroll down until you see “pages”. One of the pages is My Free Crochet Patterns.  I’ll be working on patterns that no longer have valid links in Ravelry. In the meantime, if there is a pattern of mine that you can’t access, feel free to send me a note and I’ll try to address that one right away.

As a side note, you will also see a page that has  pictures of my crochet designs, but for a more up-to-date look and complete look at my published my crochet designs, you should go to my Ravelry designer page:  http://www.ravelry.com/designers/carrie-carpenter

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2 thoughts on “My Free Patterns Page

  1. Jenni says:

    Hi! I really want to make your woodland waves throw and went to Jo-ann tonight to purchase the yarn. I found that the colours listed in the pattern seemed different to the colours in your photo of the completed afghan. Have they listed the colours incorrectly on the website or am I not seeing the colours correctly on your photo? The green looks correct but the ‘lace’ colour seems far too dark for the colour shown in the photo. The violet also looks different. Please let me know the colours that you used as I love the end result. It’s a beautiful pattern. Thanks, Jenni

    • Carrie says:

      Hi Jenni! The colors are listed correctly: Caron One Pound in #566 Leaf Green, #585 Lace, and #547 Deep Violet. I think you’ll find once you start making the throw, the colors start to appear more like what you see in the picture. Sometimes it can be misleading when you see the colors separately. The picture really closely reflects the colors of what the finished throw looks like. Perhaps the lace looks just a bit lighter in the picture, but I think you’ll be pleased with how it comes out! 🙂

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