One of the newest crochet designers we started working with is Olivia Kent, from My Favourite Things. Olivia is one of our younger designers, but she’s certainly an amazing one. She likes to crochet “cute and cozy” patterns, and also loves photography. That must be why she has such great images of all her crochet patterns. When we first came across her patterns we knew we wanted to share them with you. So without making you wait any longer, here are some of our faves!
Neon Pink Slouchy Beanie – This is an easy crochet hat pattern that can be worked up in about two hours, allowing you to make it as a last minute gift if you’re in need. The crochet design is worked in rows and fits a 13-year-old or older. Of course you can alter the size if you know how. The fun part about this crocheted hat is that you can add embellishments to make it your own. Crocheted flowers and bows would look adorable on it!
Pretty Purple Purse – This has been one of our more popular patterns recently. Our readers, including myself have really been intrigued by this design. Treat yourself to a new crochet bag pattern and add this one to your collection. The puff stitch is used giving it a bit of a 3D look. You can use any crochet colors you wish, but this purple shade is just too beautiful for the spring and summer.
Periwinkle Infinity Scarf – Periwinkle is such a brilliant color that looks great on everyone. Two strands of yarn are worked together to form this infinity scarf, also known as a cowl. This is a perfect crochet pattern that can literally be worn all year long. Using a finer yarn, you can sport it during the spring and summer, as well as a bulky yarn for the winter. Use variegated yarn for a more fun look or stick with solids and make one to match every outfit you own!
It seems these are all shades in the purple family. What’s your favorite crochet color to work with?
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