This rippled, rectangular granny stitch shawl is long enough to wrap yourself in comfort. It can be worn as a shawl or wide scarf.
This shawl is worked in a self-striping yarn, making it easy to get a beautiful array of colors.
This hat pattern is available in one size to fit women.
This easy peasy blanket features stretched, W-shaped ripples. Made without complicated decreases, it uses a simple, one-row repeat.
The artwork is simple by changing up the variegated yarn with the solid colors. It’s a great way to use up leftovers.
This coaster pattern is nice and solid in the middle with laced edge, making it a great protector for your table while adding a bit of decor as well.
This cozy keyhole scarf features two mock mittens at the end. This pattern is part of the Crochet Charity Drive with Blackstone Designs.
This beautiful stitch pattern can work for both baby girls and boys, making it a great pattern for making before the gender is revealed.
This is almost too pretty to be used as a washcloth. However, in the middle are some nice textures to help trap dirt and other debris.
This adorable snowman it perfect for decorating throughout the winter months.
With only 5 inches tall, this amigurumi pig makes for the perfect toy for small children to take with wherever they go.
Ooh I love the looks of this cozy looking hat. I especially love what she did with the colors for a nice two-toned look.
This beautiful chevron scarf is just waiting to keep you warm and cozy in style.
It is still cold enough here to use a scarf and I am always looking for new scarves to make for friends, family, and myself.
This is a nice, quick drying bathmat to enjoy. The motifs make this an easy project to work on in short burst if needed.
This is a quick and painless gift to make for a girls night in!
FREE crochet pattern for a Peacock Stitch Shawlette by Underground Crafter.