|Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
I call myself a crochet fashion designer. I think I can call myself that because that is what I do with the majority of my time. If I am not crocheting, sketching, swatching and surfing the web for ...
I call myself a crochet fashion designer. I think I can call myself that because that is what I do with the majority of my time. If I am not crocheting, sketching, swatching and surfing the web for inspiration, I am thinking about crochet design. While most people are up all night worrying about their finances (I admit I do that sometimes), I am losing sleep over what stitch pattern I am going to use for my next shrug design.
Other things I have to do/be: Wife, Mother, Office Manager for www.leftcoastscales.com, part-time Yoga Instructor, Household CEO, CFO, COO and Janitor.
I am also a nerd! I am a lifelong Trekkie or Trekkor (whatever) but I hate Star Trek Conventions. I am a Frank Herbert Dune Fanatic and I will go up against anyone on Dune references.
Looks like a poncho but it's not! The sleeves and waist have ties so you can customize the fit. Make it in wool for winter layering or cotton for the summer. It's so quick and easy you will want to make a bunch for gifts (after you make one for yourself, of course).
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The model shown was crocheted with some worsted weight wool I had in my stash.
SMALL PRINT: This pattern may be used to make items for your own personal use, for gifts, or for charitable donations. You may make copies of the pattern for your own personal use. You may not distribute the pattern in any hard copy or electronic format. You may sell the finished item.
4 (sc, ch 3) = 5 inches. Gauge is not very important because of the large size and loose, easy fit.
900 yards of Worsted weight