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10 hat patterns
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3 barefoot sandals patterns
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1 leg warmer pattern
7 amigurumi patterns
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Meet the Peachy Arm Warmers! I’m so stoked to finally have this arm warmer pattern available! I had to have it tested twice because it was a little confusing the first time around. So now you can be sure that it’s plenty simple and they’re also fun to make!
It’s a versatile pattern allowing you to easily make any size to fit any size hand/arm. They are a simple tube that do not increase or decrease in size. Instead they rely on stretchiness to fit snugly around all parts of your hand and arm. There are two different options for striping – a two color (above) and a three color option (below).
I consider the pattern intermediate level. It uses only basic stitches (all single, half double, double crochets). The pattern is 7 pages long and even though it’s fairly simple, I’ve included some photos to help you along! Here’s a peek at what’s inside:
The pattern is available through Ravelry, where you can download it instantly after check out.
Funny fact: I rephotographed these on three separate occasions! You wouldn’t believe how hard it is to photograph your own hands! Not to mention I’m really picky about angles, lighting, background, etc. Basically just everything having to do with taking photos. I’m just really picky! :P
Since it’s Valentine’s week, this week’s pattern of the week is the adorable I Heart You pillow by Sarah London! I think it’s so clever how she created a heart while working in the round! I love the pom poms around the edge as well!
This pattern costs $6 AUD and you can find it right here (scroll down a bit).
I wanted to do a Valentine’s color combo and when I found this speckled rose, I knew it would be perfect for a speckled yarn! So for this color combo, I’m using Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky. The colors are Berry Burst, Lilac Chiffon, Cloud Dancer and Forest.
I think this would make a great blanket. I’m picturing lots of the Berry Burst and Cloud Dancer colors with smaller bits of Lilac Chiffon and Forest. Would you use this color combo? What would you make with it?
Photo credit for the rose.
I have SO many projects I’m working on right now! And on top of that, I have a ton of ideas for more. I figure this is a good thing because it will eventually result in a bunch of new patterns! I try my best to focus on one project until it’s ready to be released as a pattern. The Pinecone Cowl should be ready fairly soon! I’m currently working on the infinity scarf version (above).
I changed the ribbon on this one and like it better than the light blue that I had before. I still wish I could find something a little darker but not having any luck with that :(
This pile of yarn will become the hood version of the cowl as soon as I’m done with the infinity scarf! Have you tried Lion Brand Heartland yet? I just discovered it last week and fell in love with the colors! It’s a nice, soft worsted weight yarn so I’m sure I will be using it a lot in the future. I already bought 6 skeins! This color, called Joshua Tree, and the one I’m using for the infinity scarf, called Yosemite, are my favorites!