This project started off all about lightness and drape. There is a myth that crochet garments are always just a bit bulky and I wanted to really bust that nonsense out of the park!!!
I used the Herringbone Double Crochet Stitch in my Slow Living Skirt Pattern and fell in love with it. The beautiful tweed effect flowing fabric it creates is timeless and complements different yarns in different ways.Keep Reading
Slow Living is an elegant modern crochet skirt pattern whose name reflects the making experience. This is a relatively simple pattern which shows off the texture of the beautiful Herringbone stitch. The skirt is worked waist down from the ribbed waist band (where you may learn a new trick or two!) with some simple increases around the hips. The repetitive rounds in the main body of the skirt are perfect for mindful crochet and stitchflixing!Keep Reading
The crochet pattern for the Cloud Cover Roll-neck sweater is here just as the blue skies turn white and grey. This light fluffy and cosy roll neck sweater is perfect for keeping you snug on such cloudy days. It’s deceptively warm for its light weight and is oversized to make it super comfy and huggable!Keep Reading