Wrap

Mariposa Shawl – Beautiful yarn is so fun to use!

| Accessory, Crafts, Crochet, Crochet Pattern, Pattern, Shawl, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly. I really enjoyed creating Mariposa, it’s an easy and fun pattern to make and the yarn is a joy to work with. Nurturing Fibres Eco-Fusion yarn is made in South Africa, and the American distributor, Good Loops Yarn, has given me a discount code for all of you!

Mariposa Shawl crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
0 comments

Knit Hexagon Wrap – Hexed Flower

| Accessory, Clothes, Crafts, Flower, Hexagon, Knit, Knit Pattern, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

This knit hexagon wrap starts in the center with a flower and then grows into a hexagon. Two sides on one half and two sides on the other then expand outwards to lengthen the wrap. This is an intermediate pattern because of the central flower. Once the center is complete, the knitting becomes quite easy!

At the end of this pattern there is a chance to win the yarn used in the Hexed Flower wrap, in addition to a yarn bowl. Giveaway ends 11/3/19

Hexed Flower - knit hexagon wrap pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
2 Comments

Jacob’s Ladder Crochet Wrap Pattern – Twisted Strands Wrap

| Accessory, Clothes, Crafts, Crochet, Crochet Pattern, Pattern, Shawl, Tutorial, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

Jacob’s ladder crochet is used in the Twisted Strands Wrap to add texture and show off the lovely Cascade 220 Superwash Wave yarn. It has rounded ends finished off with a long braided tassel. This wrap is a wonderful way to dress up and warm up your outfit. Though this pattern is listed as intermediate, a confident beginner could complete it.

Twisted Strands Wrap crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
0 comments

Nightbird – a diagonal knit scarf pattern in contrasting colors

| Clothes, Crafts, Knit, Knit Pattern, Pattern, Scarf, Tutorial, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

Nightbird is a diagonal knit scarf that uses garter stitch, short rows and stockinette stitch in order to create a unique look. It’s actually a pretty easy scarf to make, but it’s listed as intermediate due to the short rows. The scarf is very long, so it can be wrapped in a variety of ways.

Nightbird - free diagonal knit scarf pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
8 Comments

Knit Dragon Wing Cape

| Cape, Knit, Pattern, Shawl, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

The Dragon Wing Cape features horizontal stripes and raised vertical spines which come to points creating a wing-like look. The raised spines are made from a technique similar to the crochet Jacob’s ladder stitch. With three skeins of Juniper Moon Farm Moonshine yarn this cape is a joy to make. Just pay attention to your stitch markers and it’s pretty easy, too!

Dragon Wing Cape - free knit pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
0 comments

Valerie (Val) N. Tyne shawl pin by LickinFlames giveaway – Plus some fun ways to style your shawls!

| Art, Giveaway, Shawl, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

This shawl pin from LickinFlames is so cute and fun! Not only does she hold your shawl or wrap and stay put, but she is also just adorable. Stick around for a chance to win one of your own, and for a coupon for LickinFlames!

Valerie (Val) N. Tyne LickinFlames from Jessie At Home
(more…)
1 Comment

Slightly Off – this pattern is just like me!

| Crochet, Pattern, Shawl, Wrap

This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase something from one of these links I will be compensated. Thank you.

I had this kooky idea for another asymmetrical pattern and so I gave it a go. It didn’t turn out quite the way I thought it was going to, but I really like it. Due to the increases being different on each side, the center line is “Slightly Off” – just like me! 🙂 I hope you enjoy this shawl. It was fun to make and is fun to wear. I like centering the center line down my back, draping the shorter side over my shoulder, and then wrapping the longer side around my neck and securing with a shawl pin.

Slightly Off - free crochet pattern by Jessie At Home
Ravelry Link
(more…)
0 comments