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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- Kirsten says, “Filled with rich, earthy hues, flowers, and lacy stitches, this bonnet speaks of forest adventures, and the woodsy smell of mosses, and leaves. A delicate ribbon tie adds to the vintage charm.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Rosemary Green Baby Bonnet here.
- Kirsten says, “This sweet 0-3 month baby bonnet is a true heirloom piece. It’s filled with delicate textures that compliment, and contrast for a one of a kind accessory.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Lavender Blue Baby Bonnet here.
- Kirsten says, “Fingerless gloves make a great spring accessory when the morning weather is still cool. These textured and highly detailed fingerless gloves use the star stitch to give the illusion of tiny rows of hearts running up the length of the piece.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Heartstrings Fingerless Gloves here.
- Kirsten says, “The Eden Cloche uses a light and airy stitch pattern that makes this a great spring hat! It’s a perfect fashion accessory for walks in the park, digging in the garden, or picking a spring bouquet. Because of its lacy design, it can be modified up or down in size using different hooks and weights of yarn.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Eden Cloche here.
- Kirsten says, “This super scarf is warm, cozy, and l-o-n-g–all the things a super scarf should be! The lacy details add elegance, and will keep you looking gorgeous all winter. This versatile scarf can be made in a variety of lengths, and can even be turned into an afghan with enough row repeats.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Primrose and Proper Super Scarf here.
- Kirsten says, “If you’ve never experimented with lacework because it looks too difficult, let this simple, delicate scarf pattern put your worries to rest. The piece can be made wider of narrower depending on your tastes.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Simply Lace Scarf here.
- Kirsten says, “Every baby needs at least one bear beanie in their collection, don’t you think? This highly textured hat is thick and warm–definitely a must for cold weather. One of my favorite things about working with natural fibers and natural fiber blends is the unique feel of the completed piece. This bear beanie is no exception, and the rich textures only add to the comfort.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Bear Hugs Baby Beanie here.
- Kirsten says, “This simple beanie only requires knowledge of some basic stitches to complete, so it’s a great option for those who have worked a pattern or two, and want something a little more detailed than just a one or two stitch hat.” Get the free crochet pattern for the Coffee, Tea, and Me Beanie here.
- Kirsten says, “La Vie en Rose hat has been one of my most popular patterns for the last several months! It comes in sizes 3 months to adult, and I’ve seen as many people make it for little boys as they do girls.” Get the free crochet pattern for La Vie en Rose Baby Hat here.
- Kirsten says, “Keep cozy on the slopes during the winter with this versatile ski hat! The double layer diamond pattern provides extra warmth, and if you use a larger hook, you could even line it with fleece or fur. There’s almost no end to the customization you can do to make the Snow Country Ski Hat uniquely yours!” Get the free crochet pattern for the Snow Country Ski Hat here.
- Kirsten says, “Are you ready for warm weather entertaining? Crochet your own placemats for Easter dinner, Graduations, Weddings, Anniversaries, tea parties, and receptions with this simple placemat/doily pattern. Each Garden Party placemat uses less than one ball of Lily Sugar’n Cream, and works up fairly quickly. You’ll have a 12 piece setting in no time!” Get the free crochet pattern for the Garden Party Placemat here.