I’ve been so terrible at making blog posts. Hopefully I will do better going forward. I have been swamped with design projects, which means I have a lot to share today! I have added another couple crochet patterns to my repertoire, and a couple knit patterns, as well.
First up is my Seeds on the Wind hat. This hat is knit from the brim up, with the pattern being carried all the way up the crown. It is knit in an Aran weight yarn, which gives it a wonderfully fluffy texture. It will be great for those cold winter days.
Next is my Raising Cane Fingerless Mitts. These mitts are knit with a fingering weight yarn, and have a wonderful stitch pattern on the arm and hand. They can also be modified to lengthen or shorten the arm to fit your style.
Next is a new crochet pattern. These are my Cream of Wheat Crocheted socks. The stitch pattern on this is more advanced, but it gives a full texture, while still allowing for extra air flow to keep your feet from getting too hot. I love that these socks feel like a hug on my feet. The heel on these socks allow for a better sizing, and a heel that cups the foot better. You can also use a more variegated yarn and it will still show the stitches well.
Last up is another crochet pattern. This is my Hexagon Bag pattern. This bag is made with Worsted weight yarn. All the hexagons and half hexagons are made individually and then seamed together at the end. This allows for a bag that can be easily modified to make it larger or smaller. Also, the handle is made by seaming together the small hexagons to allow the maker to have the handle length of their choice. The sample is made with two colors, but you can go as wild as you like with the hexagon colors.
There are some really fun patterns this time. I absolutely love this bag and it’s getting a ton of use. Even with summer winding down here, I think it’ll still get tons of everyday use. I hope you enjoy all of these!
I have another brand new release! These mitts are finally done and have been tested and edited, just like all my other patterns. These were fun to make. They work up so quickly. The design on them reminds me of kites that are stranded together floating in the air. I always loved the kites that had the mini kites for a tail. It would just swing around in the wind, as if they had a mind of their own. I hope you love them as much as I do!
I recently launched a couple new patterns. First up are my Glass Shard Socks. These socks have a lace pattern that travels up the foot and leg that looks like icicles falling. The lace gives an airiness to these socks that make them great to wear any time of year. Also, because of the break in the pattern that occurs between the icicles, you can easily make these shorter or longer to fit your personal preference.
Next up is my first crochet offering ever! Yes, you heard that right. Crochet! I have decided to branch out into crochet for some of my designs. I’m not sure how many there will be, but I do have two other crochet patterns in process right now. This pattern is my Essence Hat. I love the detail on this hat. It works up really fast, and creates a cozy thick textured hat that is great for those colder winter climates. It’s knit from the brim up, so you can easily add extra length in the main body of the hat before moving on to the decreases. Also, the decreases continue the pattern, so you have the texture all the way up to the very top of the head.
Stay tuned for more patterns coming very soon!
This hat has now been released. It has been both tech edited and tested. The pattern on this gives so much movement and texture to the hat. I love the diamond pattern that it creates. It uses Right and Left twists to create the movement, instead of a normal cable. That means you won’t need a cable needle for this one. I have also carried the pattern up onto the crown to give it a bit of detail.
You can find the pattern on Ravelry, LoveCrafts and Payhip.