Category Archives: Paid Patterns

Valentine’s Day Countdown

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching! Myself and 14 others designers have gotten together to bring you 15 free crochet patterns perfect for Valentine’s Day! From 1/28 through 2/11, you will find a code for a free pdf version of a pattern from one of the designers. Follow the link to Nicki’s Homemade Crafts’  Blog to find the code each day. She will be updating her blog every day at midnight with the code for the newest pattern!

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Back to School Sale and Giveaway!

I’ve come to the point in my life where I’m at a crossroad with my emotions. My little boy is starting his first year of school. He has been staying home with me every day since he was born. Should I feel happy and excited for him making this huge step in his life or do I feel sad because I will miss him throughout the day? Can I be both?I I know it will be such a drastic change for all of us, but overall I think he will really enjoy it and love this new environment! I’m choosing to be happy!  Continue reading Back to School Sale and Giveaway!

Aidan’s Sunhat Pattern Release!

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Photo credit to Hollie Bobo, Betty Lewis, Shelia Claring, and Nondas Hensley

There was a time when my son absolutely hated wearing anything on his head. He would immediately yank any hat off his head within seconds of me putting it on him. Luckily, that time has passed and he now loves to wear hats. He has several that he will switch between for cooler weather, but he only had one sunhat. Being blonde, he has to wear something on his head or it will get burnt, especially with the amount of time he makes us spend at the park! Sadly, his super awesome snail sunhat that I made him last year was running a little small, so I asked him if he wanted a new one. Continue reading Aidan’s Sunhat Pattern Release!

Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf Pattern Release!

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Photo credit to Shannon of CitrusSun Crochet, Emma of Cutie Patootie Booties ‘N More, and Janelle of Silly Lilly Bows and More. Photo credit to Sarah Collins for the featured image at the top.

If you haven’t noticed by now, I LOVE working with this stitch!! This is my newest pattern design using it, the Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf, and I have to say that I’m super happy with it The detail and texture in this stitch is phenomenal and it is so fun to do! Continue reading Twilight Horizon Infinity Scarf Pattern Release!

New pattern-Queen Carapace Cowl and Infinity Scarf

Photo credit to Krista of Evergreen Shore, Betty Lewis, and Darcy of Darcy's Crochet Creations
Photo credit to Krista of Evergreen Shore, Betty Lewis, and Darcy of Darcy’s Crochet Creations

If you liked my Queen and Princess Carapace Gloves, you will love this new pattern for a matching cowl and infinity scarf! This pattern has options for a cowl, short infinity, and long infinity, has instructions to make a thinner version of the scarf, and also has directions on how to customize the length of the scarf to your own liking. Continue reading New pattern-Queen Carapace Cowl and Infinity Scarf

New pattern releases: Princess and Queen Carapace Gloves

My business has been slowing down. Most people would probably get frustrated with this happening to them. However, I’ve been taking this time to put my creativity to good use, to sit down and actually bust some patterns out. I’ve had so many ideas in my head, and I simply cannot keep them all in there anymore. Continue reading New pattern releases: Princess and Queen Carapace Gloves


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Photo credit to Sarah Murphy Collins, Sarah Blake, and Deb Crossin

HAPPY SAINT PATRICK’S DAY!!! A few days ago I released this Pot O’ Gold Leprechaun Hat pattern on Ravelry in time for St. Patrick’s Day. I would like to give out free copies of this pattern, so you all can enjoy it. This hat comes with 2 different options to choose from: Pot of gold or Leprechaun (both male and female). With a few color changes to the basic hat and the addition or subtraction of certain pieces of the hat, you can have several different St. Patrick’s Day looks. The pattern comes in sizes toddler through adult, so it is great for the whole family. The hat even looks good without any of the additional pieces, so it could be made in any color combinations and worn as an everyday hat. I really hope you all enjoy this pattern, I know I and all of my testers had a blast making this hat! Please make sure to show this pattern some love on Ravelry and if you make this hat, I would love for you to share it with me on my Facebook page or by linking your project on Ravelry.

*Please add this pattern to your cart on Ravelry and the use the coupon code: STPATTYSDAY at checkout. Please make sure the code works before clicking “Buy Now” as no refunds will be given. Code is only valid until 8:00 am, 3/18.

**My EU peeps! You are NOT left out with this! Please message me on ravelry or on my facebook page with you ravelry name and I will gift the pattern over to you today or tomorrow 🙂