Archive for the ‘Crochet’ Category

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Miniature Triceratops

June 20, 2017

Dinosaurs have always been creatures that I’ve enjoyed learning about. I would read Dinotopia and admire the beautiful art in James Gurney’s books. Because of this love, I decided to create dinosaur patterns.

It took a few tries to get it right, but I love this little guy.

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You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Kangaroo

June 6, 2017

I have been working with some wonderful people from Australia and so I wanted to make something for them. Because of that, I was inspired to make a kangaroo. After a few tries, I was able to put cute angles on the tail and feet that make him sit nicely.

You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

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You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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New Stabeamer Pattern: Butterflyfish

May 23, 2017

Butterflyfish come in all sorts of colors and I wanted to make a pattern that gave the option for some of my favorites, striped and pyramid butterflyfish.

With only three separate pieces, this fish works up quickly.

You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

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You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Dinosaur

May 9, 2017

Dragons and dinosaurs are some of my favorite creatures and I decided to revise my original pattern in order to make it more simple and more in line with the design of the mini dragon pictures.

You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

 

You can purchase this pattern on Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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New Starbeamer Pattern: Hippogriff and Griffin

April 28, 2017

Hippogriffs and griffins have always been some of my favorite mythological creatures. I even went a few years of my childhood drawing almost nothing else. I decided to make myself a hippogriff and make alterations so others could make a griffin as well. I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I do.

You can purchase this pattern on Etsy,or Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.




You can purchase this pattern on Etsy,or Ravelry.

To see all of my available patterns, click here.

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Gift: Crochet Slouchy Hat

April 7, 2015

My sister-in-law has been asking me for a hat for a while, but it was one of the things I had not tried to make and I was worried about fit. She has a larger head than I do, so I could not use myself to size it. After a long time, she chose this pattern.  I looked around for a long time for the right yarn. I knew I wanted cotton and she said she wanted mustard yellow. I got the closest I could and started in on the pattern.

The first part of the pattern built up very quickly. The only part of the pattern I was a bit unsure about was the row joins. The clusters do take a while, but that is to be expected. It came out beautifully and she was thrilled.

 

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Gift: Nerdy Crochet Hook Holder

March 24, 2015

I have started a new section of my business to help get it off of the ground. Creating patterns is not super profitable, so I needed something else to do between my day job and my patterns. I showed my work to my best friend and she requested one as her birthday gift. I allowed her to choose among the fabrics that I currently had and this is the result, a crochet hook holder that looks elegant on the outside, but when you unroll it, it reveals the nerdiness of the owner.

She loved it and I added a superhero line in in the holder section of my shop because of it.

Megan's Hook Holder Both Sides Rolled Up