Crochet Patterns

At the beginning of 2013, I began my journey into the realm of designing and creating crochet patterns.  Thankfully, most of those earlier patterns have been edited and updated and changed because some of them were really quite rough.  I have a few patterns available for free (those are all mentioned somewhere on this blog), and then a growing number of patterns that you can purchase.  My patterns usually reflect what my children have been interested in the past (sperheros and disney princesses), but I also love accepting custom requests from anyone willing to purchase my patterns (or finished products as well). Hopefully, my collection of available patterns will continue to grow and develop, and you will be able to find something of interest 🙂

This list was last updated in October 2017


Crochet Patterns Available for Purchasing from my Craftsy or Ravelry storefronts

  • Starry Nights Messy bun hat
  • Oceanside Messy bun hat
  • Dual-colored Messy bun hat
  • Drawstring Bag
  • Messenger Bag
  • Hand Bag
  • Turtle shell (Preemie, newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months)
  • Stuffed dolls (with nose, without nose, 3 different hair tutorials)
  • Bride (9 different available wedding dresses)
  • Groom (with coattails and top hat)
  • Rain gear
  • Easter Dress
  • Swim Suits (9 different available styles)
  • Cheerleader
  • Bubble Dress
  • Ballerina
  • Mermaid
  • Lattice, net dress
  • Star-spangled chevron dress
  • Happy Birthday!
  • Hoodies
  • Flapper dress
  • Monster Outfit
  • Wizard/Witch/Warlock costumes
  • Ghost slip-cover
  • Overalls
  • Anthropology Dolls
  • Mermaids
  • State-shaped Flag-colored decorative throw pillows
  • Texas
  • Tennessee
  • Florida

11 thoughts on “Crochet Patterns

  1. your basic beanie pattern is the best beanie pattern. I have tried a few others and yours is the only one that turns out every time! do you have a ribbed version? I tried it use the back posts only but it didn’t work out.

    1. Thank you so much for the high praise! I do not have a ribbed version, I imagine that it came out a bit small? I might have to put that on my “future patterns” list 🙂

  2. I also have found your basic beanie pattern to be the best of any I’ve viewed. It is so easy to follow and makes a snug, comfortable fit! I have put the link for it in a few of my posts (although I am still tweaking them so they haven’t been posted yet).

    1. Alexandra, thank you so much for the compliment and the extra exposure! I use these patterns ALL of the time for my own work, and have yet to run across any problems.

  3. How much for the Wonder Woman costume? One of my friends want it for their daughter, who been though a lot on their short time here on Earth and they call her Wonder Woman.

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