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Hexagon Fade – Crochet Pattern or Crochet Kit!

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Hexagon Fade Crochet Pattern by Jessie At Home

I am so in love with this week’s crochet pattern! It is one that I designed over a year ago, but never got around to creating until Craftsy approached me about a blanket kit. I just knew their yarn would work perfectly with my design, so Hexagon Fade was finally born!

You can get the full kit (yarn and pattern) from Craftsy HERE, or you can by just the pattern (no yarn) from Craftsy, Ravelry, or Etsy

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The Hexagon Fade pattern includes a schematic with all the hexagons numbered, and a chart to tell you what colors to put where. You will have everything you need to succeed!

Craftsy Kit Hexagon Fade

I really love the colors of the Sprightly yarn, and the acrylic and wool blend is warm and comfy. This really is one of my favorite patterns I’ve designed. I hope you love it, too!

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Hexagon Fade Throw On Craftsy!

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I have fun and exciting news for you today: My Hexagon Fade Throw is available as a Craftsy Kit!! It’s a super cool throw made with and acrylic/wool blend.

hexagon Fade Throw

You can find it on Craftsy HERE. You get to choose your background color. Enjoy!

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CGOA Spring 2016 CAL – Come join the fun!!

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Did you know that the CGOA is hosting a CAL throughout the spring? It’s 8 parts, and each part runs for 2 weeks. They just started the second part, but I’m still on the first. No worries about jumping in late, it doesn’t really take 2 weeks for each part, I’ve just been super busy. You can read (more…)

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Gradient Crochet Pattern Round Up

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I’ve been seeing more and more gradient and ombre patterns popping up lately, and I love it! I’m quite fond of the way they can subtly move from one color into the next, so that you often can’t even notice where the changes happened! There are many ways to achieve this look, from a yarn that does it for you, to pacts of yarns made to work together as a gradient, to picking out the yarn colors on your own. I have searched around and found several examples of these fun color changes for this week’s round up!

Gradient ~ crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them. (more…)

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Snowflake Throw Video Tutorials

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A while back I was approached by Red Heart to make a throw with snowflake squares. Well, I thought that could  be fun, and it turns out I wasn’t the only one. The Snowflake Throw is the January Featured Throw, and it is quite popular!

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Isn’t that nifty? To add to the niftyness, guess who the Featured Designer is this month? (more…)

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Wednesday Round Up 12/31/14 ~ 6″ Afghan Squares

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6 inch crochet squares round up from Jessie At Home

Small squares are great for so many reasons. They can be used to make small blankets, cute little bags, appliques and so much more. They can be mixed with other sizes to make a mix and match blanket as well. So many uses, and so many squares. Here are just a few.

Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them. (more…)

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Tamara’s Kismet Square

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Tamara's Kismet Square Free Crochet Pattern by Jessie At Home

Tamara’s Kismet Square
Free Crochet Pattern
Intermediate Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot

After creating the 6″ Jacob’s Square and the 12″ Kismet Square built off of it, and making quite a few of each square (more on the reason for that next week),  I had some ideas for another version. There was a slight edit I wanted to make on the first round, and then a fun different look for the top. That is where Tamara’s Kismet square came from. Do you want to know how it got its name? Well you will have to wait until the new year to find that out!

Tamara’s Kismet Square uses the traditional Jacob’s Ladder stitch in the center, and is bordered by the Jacob’s ladder stitch flipped on its side. This creates a lot of fun texture and a really nifty~looking square, if I do say so myself. 😉 The idea for turning the Jacob’s ladder stitch on its side came from this awesome pattern. The square can be used in blankets, pillow covers, as wall art, or in some other way you can imagine. You can even make a quick baby blanket with 6 of these squares and a border, it works for boys or girls. Just have fun with it!

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