On the weekends, I’m inviting some of my crochet, knitting, and crafty friends for a takeover of my Instagram account so they can share their talents with you. Since you can’t easily share links on Instagram, on Sunday night, I’ll share a roundup including links to all the patterns and projects featured in the takeover. So, are you ready for this week’s #undergroundcraftertakeover roundup?
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This week’s guest is crochet designer Sonya Blackstone from Blackstone Designs. Sonya can be found online at the Blackstone Designs blog, as well as on Craftsy, Etsy, G+, Instagram, Pinterest, Ravelry, and Twitter. She’s also the organizer of the Crochet Charity Drive.
- Sonya says, “Hi everyone! I’m Sonya, the designer behind Blackstone Designs. I live (buried in yarn) in Central Maine, with my husband and three children. I hope you find something you like during this Instagram Takeover! I offer patterns that are both free and paid, that range from toys to decor to clothing and more.”
- Sonya says, ”The Funfetti Sloots are a fun slipper boot pattern that feature a fur trimmed cuff and pom poms! This design comes in Adult, Child, and Doll size.”
- Sonya says, “These Peeping Sheep Boot Cuffs are a quick and easy way to dress up any fiber artists wardrobe. And they’re a great Easter accessory too!”
- Sonya says, “The Poplar Ridge Cowlette is a simply stylish cold weather accessory featuring a super fun textured flower! This is a free pattern.” Get the free crochet pattern here on Sonya’s blog.
- Sonya says, “Ever wonder what all that crochet lingo means? I’ve explained them all for you!” Get the glossary of crochet lingo here on Sonya’s blog.
- Sonya says, “Looking for that perfect gift that also shows off your crochet skills? I have several character gift baskets to choose from, like this Firefighter Pants Gift Basket.”
- Sonya says, “I just love designs that can incorporate a lot of color. This Gradient Blocks Handbag can be made in any color combination and still look fabulous. Especially Rainbow colors!”
- Sonya says, “The Spring Scarfie is quick and versatile. It can be doubled over and worn as a scarf or leave it long like a necklace to add a little extra style to your outfit. It can also be worked up in any yarn and be equally as gorgeous. You can even add extra strips and create a more bulky scarf for the winter months! This is a free pattern.” Get the free crochet pattern here on Sonya’s blog.
- Sonya says, “The Star Struck Earwarmer is a perfect for the whole family! This is a great patterns for any crocheter looking for a little challenge.”