Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap Pattern

Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap Pattern

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Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap

Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap

The Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap was designed by our team member, Wendy Maruna. We have the ability to adapt designs with our partnership with Yarnspirations.

Wendy was super inspired by the Hello Yellow Top and also the Mitred Blanket by Yarnspirations. She paired the stitch combinations together.

It’s almost like a mixed-tape rendition for that pattern.

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Free Pattern: Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap

Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap

Crochet Hello Pockets Wrap


Hello Pockets Wrap

Crochet Hello Yellow Top

Crochet Hello Yellow Top

The Crochet Hello Yellow Top has a nice block boxed stitch. Wendy figured in the Red Heart Gemstone that it would look really neat.

If you love this top, you can have a free pattern for that as well.

 

Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Crochet Hello Yellow Top


Crochet Mighty Ridge Afghan

Crochet Mighty Ridge Afghan

The Crochet Might Ridge Blanket pattern is the next pattern she put together. There is a free tutorial for this blanket as well.

Wendy crocheted the squares until they are 10″ big and then sewed them into position.

You can sew the pockets at the height that best suits you.

Yarnspirations Patterns

Free Pattern: Crochet Mighty Ridge Blanket

Tutorial

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