Every type of crochet pattern has a different type of yarn that's best suited for it. We have a handy infographic for you to use and print out or share that breaks down the different yarn weights with a comparison of different yarn types.
This pattern is so very simple, with a double breasted front and stylish cowl neckline. Closure is unique as the buttons are near the shoulders, and the fronts are buttoned in a gathering way to add to the cowl neckline. It’s really very simple, and very fun to play around with.
Triad is a study in threes, three colors, three corners formed by yarn overs, 3 final stitches slipped each row to form an I-cord edge and way more than 3 ways to wear this wooly mantelet. It is worked from the neck edge down in alternating bands of garter stitch and stockinette, each section has detailed instructions and stitch counts.
One of our most popular projects over the years has been the Super Easy Baby Blanket. When I made it over four years ago, I was newly pregnant and full of dreams for the tiny baby who would be wrapped up inside. Now, that that baby is old enough to write his name, we thought it was time for an update to this wonderfully straightforward pattern! Faye, whom you may know (and love!) from shopping at our store, suggested this time trying the Super Easy Baby Blanket with Koigu's Kersti…
Parnell uses two shades of Berroco Ultra Alpaca Light to create an oversized, Breton-inspired pullover. The stripes are worked in the body and sleeves, but the shoulders are worked in a solid color for a chic look.