Forest hideout scarf

This scarf reminds me of the forest, with the subtle greens and blues. It is a relatively airy scarf, making it the perfect project for the upcoming months. The yarn is a yarn cake by Sostrene Grene, a Danish company which slowly takes over Europe 🙂 I love their yarns, this is a 100% soft cotton cake. The pattern is suitable for a-little-more-than-beginners, especially those familiar with the stitches featured in the pattern (including dc2tog, but the pattern provides a video for this) Please refer to the Abbreviations and Stitches post for more information. Repeats are indicated using e.g. *pattern*…

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Vintage Mandala Potholder

This pattern I want to share with you, has been passed down in a family for over three generations, and I was asked to replicate this potholder. Although the pattern is not my creation, I think it is so special to appreciate work that would otherwise be forgotten with time. So although the pattern isn’t mine, I would still like to share it with you 🙂 So here it is: the pattern. Please refer to the Abbreviations and Stitches post for more information. Repeats are indicated using e.g. *pattern* twice or ^pattern^ four times: meaning repeat everything between the marks…

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Ocean Ripples Blanket

This blanket reminds me of the ocean, with its waves and multitude of blue hues. It is perfect for a baby boy, but may make a pretty gift on every occasion. It is a basic pattern, but with a couple touches to make it that much more beautiful. Please refer to the Abbreviations and Stitches post for more information. Repeats are indicated using *….*: repeat everything between the marks until you have as many repetitions as stated behind the mark. This pattern switches color every two rows, but you can obviously increase or decrease this to your liking. The foundation single stitches…

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Colorful Mandala Set

These mandalas are very easy to make and very colorful to have around the home. I added tones of grey to add a little calmness, but you can use any color combination! As always, I would love to see your own creations. The pattern of these mandalas is very simple and perfect if you’ve just started to crochet 🙂 By adding extra rows, you can even transform your mandala into a basket! So, on with the pattern: Please refer to the Abbreviations and Stitches post for more information.Repeats are indicated using *….*: repeat everything between the marks until you have…

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