This beautiful baby lovey features the Jacob’s ladder stitch to add in some beautiful textures.
Jessie At Home ~ Designer Showcase
Hello! I’m Jessie, and I am a stay-at-home mom/artist.
Once upon a time I was a professional costume designer/builder. Then I met a boy. You know how that goes. Now I am a stay-at-home mom in New Jersey. In July of 2007 we were blessed with beautiful twin girls, Kyla and Vada.
The artist in me cannot stay still, so here I am! I love creating knit and crochet patterns, sewing, book making, well … creating just about anything. Throughout the first few years of my daughters lives, I discovered that designing and writing knit and crochet patterns not only makes me very happy, but also fits in very nicely with my life.
I love getting to know other creative souls. Please never hesitate to contact me. You can also follow along with my creative life on my blog ~ where you will find the free patterns linked here.
This draft dodger is the perfect solution in times when you need to have one room warmer than the other.
It’s amazing how a simple crocheted edge can bring life to kitchen towel like this.
Not only does this 12″ square feature a beautiful stitch pattern, but it also looks super cozy for a winter blanket.
Here is a quick and easy way to decorate your gifts in a jar. It’s great for the Christmas holidays or any other event throughout the year. You can make these for any jar size using any yarn you have on hand.
This beautiful poncho is available in three sizes. It’s the perfect pattern for using up leftovers in your stash. Plus, it can be worn throughout the seasons.
This elegant wrap is worked up in two different yarn weights to being about a unique design.
With four different sizes available, this witch hat pattern is perfect for the family. Plus you can customize the stripes and colors for each individual.
The Tiffany Flapper Capper is a vintage inspired hat that works as a chemo cap and is also a classy fashion accessory.
The Cap-ulet beanie is a v-stitch hat made to use the leftover yarn from the recent update of the Juliette continuous shawl.
Tripet is a happy little three-legged monster that wants to play!
The bunnies are crocheted in one piece (other than the pom pom tail). They are then joined onto the crochet ribbon as it’s made.
The Pretty in Pink Clutch is perfect for a night out, or to hold make up or jewelry.
The Off Set Granny Square is a fun take on the traditional version. Change up the directions when you lay them out in a blanket for different looks.
The Dog Walker Hat is stretchy and long, so it fits many sizes.
The Bright Star Crochet Square is a happy afghan square in three colors that can be used alone or with others to make blankets of all sizes.
Hanging bag holders are a great way to help the planet and stay organized.
The Quick Little Tunisian Bag was created because I designed a Quick Little (crochet) Bag a few years ago and it is still super popular.
This beautiful blanket will look great in any home! I love colors shown, but you can easily customize the colors to suit your home decor.
The Outside In Purse is crocheted out of two rectangles, both made from the outside in.
By following the pattern closely you will be able to create a very professional looking cowl.
Crochet circle to square coasters with this fun Hit the Spot pattern.
These cabled mitts are so perfect for any occasion!
Easy crochet lace is such a great way to add something special to a basic shawl pattern.
The Scrappy Crochet Bag is a great way to use up those small balls of yarn you have left over from various projects.
As designed, this cowl is best worn with a tuck to make it lay flat in front so it fills in the neck of your coat and keeps you toasty warm.
Tradition is great, but sometimes a unique granny square is just what you want.
Sofa Sweet Sofa is a cozy crochet sofa throw that is quick to make and oh-so luxurious to use.
This mushroom blanket is perfect for all babies. It is shown here in a blue, but you can make the mushroom and the border in any color that you like!
Jacob’s ladder crochet is used in the Twisted Strands Wrap to add texture and show off the lovely Cascade 220 Superwash Wave yarn.
Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly.
The crochet post stitch adds amazing texture and definition to the Mossy Oaks Rug.
The Flower Granny Square Bloom Crochet Scarf is big and warm and squishy and cozy.
The Broken Rib Crochet Washcloth was inspired by my love for the broken rib knit stitch.
The Modern Granny Square Cowl features large and small granny squares joined together to make a button front cowl.
Crochet Halloween Baskets and bags and pumpkins abound right now, however this one is not like the rest.
Not only does this hat feature a solid textured stitch pattern for both genders, but it’s also got a pretty striped pattern that will make this easy to match with your coats.
Here is an asymmetrically shaped wrap that you can wear any way you like to match your style and outfit.
The Harvest Poncho is a lovely crochet poncho made with fall colors.
This beautiful shawl pattern features a pretty striped design to go with many outfits.