Well hey there!
I called this week’s pattern the Light & Lacy Poncho because I crocheted it using baby weight yarn! Bernat Softee Baby, to be exact and I tell you what—I’m so glad I did!
If you want a light weight garment that is airy and soft, yet can keep you warm during a sudden Autumn breeze, then this is the poncho for you! Read more
Here is a really quick photo tutorial for how to crochet the 3-Double Crochet Puff Stitch that is required for the Light & Lacy Poncho pattern.
These photos were taken as I was crocheting the border on the poncho, but if you were working them as a normal row of crochet, you would skip 2 stitches in between each 3-dc puff stitch.
I have to laugh since I just finished crocheting this Angled Clusters Scarf and the temperature today is in the upper 70’s! Last week we were cozy in our sweaters or hoodies, which prompted me to choose this project.
It just goes to show how unpredictable Pennsylvania weather can be.
That’s also one of the reasons that I don’t pack away my families clothes based on the season. I’ve heard that people from other places and climates do that, but honestly, it would be a waste of time for us. We need a variety of clothing categories year round.
I’ve been seeing these super chunky cowls since last year (I may be late to the party…lol) and I’ve been wanting to make my own.
That’s one of the things I love about being able to crochet. I can recreate trendy, beautiful items without spending a fortune at a boutique!
Well hello there!
Today, I’d like to share a new pattern with you…
The Cranberry Chill Wrap!
This wrap is so stinkin’ easy and beginner friendly. It’s basically a giant rectangle.
The most difficult part is the cluster stitch and I’ve created a great little photo tutorial just to make it even easier! You can find that tutorial here.
I’m here to share another photo tutorial with you today.
This is the Cluster Stitch!
This stitch happens to be another one of my favorites! For some reason, I absolutely love the way the cluster stitch looks when it’s finished. It isn’t the easiest stitch ever created or the fastest to execute, but it’s definitely worth the extra effort when you see the final result!