Showing posts from February, 2017

Glimmer Top to crochet

Now available in Crochetology Pattern Shop - US$2 for pattern to make a Lacey Top and Poncho/Shawl. Make this lacey top to compliment any dress or a sleeveless top. Instructions are for lengths and sizes of your choice. This design is best worked in solid yarn colors with a touch of glitter. Enjoy! This pattern is part of the Crochetology challenge and is available free with purchase of The Glimmering Poncho .

Cell Phone Pouch to Crochet

Finished my celphone pouch! I used the antique Fancy Cord and should say it was hard to crochet with! Anyway, little pouch is finished! This one doesn't need a lining! I love that it wears like a piece of jewelry! ^_^ I have lots of other metallic yarn leftover from previous projects and this little pouch would be a great project for using up leftover yarns! This pattern is available via Ravelry at

Poncho Crochet Pattern

Crochet this 3-way poncho/shawl which can also be worn as a head cover. It is an easy lace pattern to get accustomed to and stitch multiples are indicated so you can adjust the pattern to any size. Substitute with heavier weight yarn such as Worsted Weight for a poncho to wear on cooler evenings. Instructions given are for sizes S, (M, L) / Bust 34, (36”, 40”) but the pattern can be adjusted for any size. You can find the pattern via Ravelry ! Thank you! Happy Crocheting! Acknowledgements I would like to thank Crochetology’s awesome pattern testers on Ravelry: Sansocks (Julie), Gobble1998(Michelle) and Needlecrafter (Lee) for their patience and encouragement and for making this Crochetology pattern possible. Thank you so much!

Triangular Bag to Crochet

Finished in time for Valentines Day! :D I used 3.5mm hook and 6-ply cotton yarn. I also decided to sew a lining for the bag - remembering that the lining should be bigger than the bag! The bag pattern is available on Ravelry!   Notes: Crocheting this bag is tricky at first but you quickly get the hang of it and it is easy, with big yarn and hook it works up fast! The lining I made is triangular too but curves outwards at the sides so there's more space in it and is  not cramped. See progress photos below!