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Anthropologie Inspired Hat

Anthropologie Inspired Hat

as we go stripey blanket

As-We-Go Stripey Blanket

Cord Covers

Crocheted Cord Covers

Faux Knit Puffy Cowl

Faux Knit Puffy Cowl

Not Your Average Crochet - Grandma's Doorknob Cozy

Grandma’s Doorknob Cozy

Harry Potter Scarves

Harry Potter Scarves

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In-a-Day Wraplet

Not Your Granny's Granny Square Clutch

Not Your Granny’s Granny Square Clutch

Stuffed Owl

Owl Stuffed Animal

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Pincushion

Snapdragon Stitch Cowl - Not Your Average Crochet

Snapdragon Stitch Cowl

Thai Crochet Cowl from Not Your Average Crochet

Thai Crochet Cowl

Quick & Simple Granny Shawl

Quick & Simple Granny Shawl

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Comments

  1. Thank you for your sharing.

  2. Do you have a pattern for the kitty hat you are wearing in your picture?

  3. Hi Hannah, thanks for sharing your patterns. Is there a pattern for your Christmas baubles, please?

    • They came from an old Annie’s Attic booklet. It’s a bit hard to find but I believe it was called “Sprintime Satin Balls” and can occasionally be found on Amazon or Ebay. Hope that helps!

  4. Vicki Besse says:

    Hi Hannah. Is there a written pattern for the half granny triangle shawl. Luv luv luv that and the colors!!!! Vicki

    • There will be soon! The pattern is being tested for errors and after that it will be ready. I’ll make an announcement here on the blog when it’s released! 🙂

  5. Love your site

  6. Hi.. Hannah.. I read where you hoped or that you might post a pattern for your, “More Granny Goodness” shawl! I am responding to let you know that I would VERY MUCH enjoy having that pattern. I would use your pattern to make this lovely design into a throw/Afghan for my home. Your work is incredibly good. Love to see all the things you create!
    Jan C,

    • Thank you Jan! I think I responded to your comment on another post but I will be posting the pattern soon, as soon as my tester has finished making sure there are no errors. 🙂

  7. Thank you for sharing your As we go stripey pattern. It is so pretty. I am trying some of the stitches, I love to crochet but I’m not very good at it. I am always having to take stuff apart because it ends up crooked. Most of my issues seem to be when i get to the last stitch in a row. It seems like its not even and i add a stitch or something. Any advice?

    • Because of the different stitches the edges are going to be a bit wonky until you add the border and block it. Double check your stitch count after simple rows of hdcs or dcs or scs so you can be sure you’re not adding any extra stitches and you should be fine! 🙂

  8. I am currently making a Ravenclaw house scarf for my friends boyfriends birthday next month and then a Hufflepuff house scarf for my friends birthday in August 🙂 Thanks you for the easy and free pattern – I used movie colours instead of book 🙂

  9. Kimberly Wadsworth says:

    Can I get the pattern for the cacti? Thanks!

    • I’m glad you like them! They actually aren’t my patterns, however I did improvise some of them. I got them by searching Ravelry for amigurumi cacti.

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