This is a super simple pattern that uses a single crochet all the way through until you get to the ruffled edge. The pattern was made into a 44” by 60” blanket, however it can be adjusted to whatever size you need.
“Pang hats” refer to a hand-crocheted hat that is valued for its warmth and beautiful design. Worn by people across the north, they are most commonly associated with the Nunavut hamlet of Pangnirtung. They come in a variety of colours and can be customized.
Knit top down seamlessly, in the round, the Lilah Pullover is full of charm and whimsy. Delicate lacy cable details add a feminine touch, while subtle twisted stitches throughout provide both texture and structure.
Bow ties ARE cool. So I am a huge Doctor Who fan and when I saw the name of this pattern I had to choose it as the Featured Pattern this week. As Father’s Day is coming up it also does double purpose of being cute and a great gift for the dad in your life.
I met this designer and she is absolutely lovely so I want to share one of her free patterns with you. Go to her Ravelry page and read her story. Check out her website and fall in love with all her wonderful patterns. Crocheters will love her and non crocheters will be inspired to learn to crochet.