Meet one of our designers, Brittany Walker! Brittany loves to do all kinds of arts and crafts, but her favorite craft is crocheting. She’s 25 years old and started crocheting when she was about 10 years old. Brittany has been crocheting strong ever since and loves to turn anything into a DIY or crochet project. Though she started out just crocheting blankets and scarves, the “blog world” introduced her to so many pattern possibilities in 2009. She’s been crocheting new and exciting things ever since! We love Brittany’s patterns and you can see all of her crochet patterns here!
Here are two adorable patterns from Brittany that I’m sure you’ll love – take a look!
Perfect Little Wristlet – I have my own store-bought wristlet, but I might just crochet this pattern too! Wristlets make great gifts (that’s how I got mine!) especially for teens and college students. When going out or hanging out with friends, it can be cumbersome to carry a purse and worry about putting it down somewhere. A wristlet is just the right size for carrying the essentials such as credit cards, car keys, and cash. Add a zipper closure to protect the contents from falling out. Fabric lining of your choice is an optional finishing touch that gives this free crochet pattern an additional level of personalization. With graduation parties coming up, this would be a perfect gift for a recent grad heading off to college!
Easy Crochet Tote – I love this tote bag! It makes me want to go to the beach and relax by the lake. Carry snacks, your favorite book, a water bottle, and your sunglasses in this tote and get ready for some fun in the sun. This tote measures about 13 inches wide and 11 inches tall when complete. I like the pink and gray color scheme, but you can choose any color combination to make this adorable tote!
Which Brittany Walker pattern do you want to try this summer?
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