I haven’t had much to say lately because I’ve just been so busy. But meet Jasper, the newest member of our family! We are fostering him while his mom receives some long-term medical care. Jasper makes the 6th, yes 6th, member of our feline family. And it has been interesting. It’s only been a couple of weeks, progress has been made, but there’s more to go.
In crochet news, I just finished teaching a crochet class at my LYS for my Harvest Home Pillow, which you can find in the Winter 2012 Issue of Crochet! Magazine. I hope to share some photos of my students’ finished projects soon.
In a few weeks, I’ll be teaching a class for my popular design to date – the Bellflower Infinity Scarf.
I have several projects in works, including some for Love of Crochet and Willow Yarns.
Others are completed and coming out later this year and early 2014 in Love of Crochet, Herrschners, Crochet 1-2-3, and Crochet World.
Busy, Busy, Busy!
Happy New Year!!!!! I hope everyone’s year is off to a great start.
For my first post of 2013 I have a new crochet pattern available for purchase!
Convertible Infinity Scarf
My Convertible Infinity Scarf is a very pretty scarf that can be worn multiple ways. The button closures allow you to wear it long and open like regular scarf; use the buttons to close it and double it to wear as a cowl; or wear as a regular infinity scarf with button accents. You can twist it, turn it, and the openwork pattern allows you to attach the buttons wherever you choose. The possibilities are endless!
This crochet pattern also includes a gallery of photos to give you all kinds of ideas of how you can wear this scarf. This is a crochet pattern that you will want to use over and over again and make it a variety of yarns.
You can purchase this pattern in several locations. Just click on any of the following options:
Amazon Kindle Download
And be sure to stay tuned for my next post, when I plan to share the snowflake pins I’m working on. I’ll be providing a free pattern and instructions. Happy 2013!!!!!!!!!
One of my most popular crochet designs continues to be the Bellflower Infinity Scarf. I thought I would share the pattern here since it’s a great item to make for holiday gift giving. I made the design with Naturally Caron Joy! yarn, but you can make this in nearly any yarn you choose!
You can find the complete pattern instructions here: