Crochet Peaks & Valleys Wave Blanket Using the new Bernat Colorwhirl yarn, you can create these thick Peaks & Valleys Stitch Wave Blanket. This pattern could technically be used for any size hook or yarn, as long as they complement each other. The stitching in the back loop every other row creates a textured ridge. […]read more >
Tag: Zig Zag
Inspired to go up and down with crochet Zig Zags. Crocheters tend to love their waves and chevron types of designs. Let zig zags inspire you today.
Christmas Wave Afghan Pattern Want a new afghan for your holiday decor? Look no further as this Christmas Wave Afghan is really quite lovely. Easy to follow along directions are included below. Here’s a little secret though, you can change the yarn and colours and come up with other concepts for the same pattern. Creativity […]read more >
Granny Ripple Afghans Learn how to make a granny afghan that uses waves that go up and down in the width of the afghan. This is much simpler than you may realize. Once you get the pattern on how it grows at the top peaks and reduces at the bottom valleys, it’s a cinch! Give […]read more >
Water Waves Throw Pattern by Michael Sellick – The Crochet Crowd ©2012 The Crochet Crowd Water Waves Throw will measure approximately 59″ across. 1 ball of Bernat Mosaic Yarn, colour used is Waterfall will create 4″ of height. For example, if you wanted this afghan to be square. 59 divided by 4″ = 15 balls. […]read more >
Crochet Zig Zag Sweater When the weather starts getting colder it’s the perfect time to create wonderful sweaters like this Crochet Zig Zag Sweater. Made with a combination of Bernat Pop and Bernat Super Value there are some very fun colours to create this Zig Zag Sweater for everyone in your life who like being […]read more >
Crochet Ogee Afghan This Crochet Ogee Stitch Afghan is a real treat for crocheters. It’s a pattern that for some newbie crocheters an easy level crocheters may struggle with. I’m just keeping it real. My struggle was counting. Though Yarnspirations has provided a diagram. I was struggling with the counts of the slip stitching. To […]read more >