If you follow me on TikTok (@emmbeetee) you may have seen a clip of my latest visit to The Scrap Exchange in Durham, NC. It is a wonderful place and you never know what you might find there, My favorite treasure from this last trip is a pair of Needlework magazines - May and August… Continue reading 1924 Baby Blanket – Part One
You know those cardigans that Grandpa always wore? Maybe with the leather elbow patches? Those were the inspiration for this adorable crocheted toddler sweater. The shaping is simple, and the front post stitch cables add just the right touch! Photos (c) ILikeCrochet.com There may be affiliate links in this post. Size: Finished Chest Size 22… Continue reading Toddler Grandpa Sweater
Well the Ternion Square pattern as blown up in a good way. I am delighted with all of the love for it but I am also especially in love with all of the amazing interpretations people have made, most of whom are participating the the Moogly CAL 2021 Click on over if you want to… Continue reading Ternion Square – Readers Gone Wild!
This is my 2021 square for the Moogly 2021 CAL. For more information or to see Tamara’s version of Ternion (she did a different color layout which gives it a whole new look!) click here – MooglyBlog.com This post may contain affiliate links. Yarn provided free of charge by Yarnspirations. Also READ THE NOTE Y’ALL… Continue reading Ternion Square
This bed runner is very quick to make up in Super Bulky yarn, and since it is crocheted from short side to short side it's easily adjusted in length to suit the size of your mattress. The stitch pattern makes staggered diamond shapes by alternating triangles of mesh with triangles of double crochet. Using a… Continue reading Trilateral Mesh Bed Runner
Like everyone else in the world I was quite taken with the sight of Bernie Sanders sitting at the Inauguration. While the eye-catching warm bulky mittens he wore were made by a Vermont artist who uses felted sweaters and fleece to make her creations, of course I decided I wanted to do a crochet version.… Continue reading Bernie’s Mittens to Crochet
The Compound Pocket Scarf has alternating sections of crochet linen or moss stitch, and double crochet shells, making a fabric that is super comfortable to wear because it is so stretchy. You can make an extra long one like I did her so the wearer can wrap it around their neck, or go shorter if… Continue reading Compound Pocket Scarf
These are very easy to stitch, and even though you have two colors in each stripe, you are only stitching with one color at a time so there are no bobbins to juggle. Finished Size:8” tall x 8” in circumference at wrist and top, 10” in circumference at widest part of thumb gusset. Materials: Small… Continue reading Stripes Interrupted Fingerless Gloves
Inspired by The Witcher - the tv show, not the video game or the book. I don’t know about you but I am obsessed with it -I am on my second watching of all the episodes and I am sure I will watch it again and again. As with any movie or tv series I… Continue reading Dara’s Hat to Crochet
I love the look of bobbles in some knit accessories but find the process of knitting them tedious - back and forth, back and forth, on a teeny number of stitches every time you want one. Of course you could learn to knit backwards (yes that is a thing and yes it can help) but… Continue reading Encompass Cowl – Knit with Crochet Bobbles!