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I may have an addiction to Crystal Palace Yarns. The colors are breathtaking and the quality of the yarn is always wonderful. Plus, they’re fun. I’ve had the pleasure of meeting a few of the ladies behind this yarn, and they are all kind and just a bundle of good times! High quality, beautiful yarn from great people? Yes, please!! Of course, the facts that I enjoy working with Crystal Palace yarn and that you always love the patterns I make with them are also pretty important to me. So, I’ve put together a round up of my patterns I have created with Crystal Palace yarn. There are some links at the end for purchasing the yarn as well. Enjoy!!

Crystal Palace is also one of our generous sponsors for Yarn and Wine 2016!

Crystal Palace Yarns review from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Lace with a Twist
“The fourth necklace in the Twisted and Twirled Knit necklace series is made with a diagonal lace stitch. It has 4 twists in it, which increases the motion of the pattern. This swirled necklace can be worked up in no time with less than 35 yards of lace weight yarn.”

2) Off to Sausalito
“Off to Sausalito is a striking unisex hat that works wonderfully with Camillo’s Scarf. Made with Crystal Palace Sausalito yarn and worked in continuous rounds, it features spiraling stripes in a simple single crochet v~stitch.”

3) Lucy Chevron Cowl or Scarf
“This light and lacy chevron cowl or scarf is perfect for your fall wardrobe. The beautiful drape of the Crystal Palace Panda Silk yarn is just what this stitch pattern needs. One ball will make a cowl, or get 3 balls for a scarf. Plus, this yarn is machine washable!!”

4) Fall Cowgirl
“Fall Cowgirl is a cowl with a small shawl attached. It is a crochet version of my popular Spring Cowgirl knit pattern. This fun little neck warmer can be worn as an accessory to your fall outfits, and is made to neatly tuck into most coats. The size of the bottom portion is large enough to keep you warm and tuck into even a v~neck coat, but not so large as to be uncomfortable when it is tucked in.”

5) Pick-Up Mobius Ear Warmers
“This pattern was so much fun to create. I’ve always been fascinated by mobius strips, and I prefer ear warmers that come in at the top, so mixing the two seemed only natural to me.”

6) Looped in Love skirt
“The Looped in Love Skirt was inspired by my Dragon Wing Scarf. I love the way the increases work within the Jacob’s Ladder Stitch, and it just screamed “make me a flared skirt!!” I learned a long time ago, when a yarn or stitch pattern talks to me, it’s in my best interest to listen. So here it is, a fun skirt for all ages.”

7) Comfy Mochi Cowl
“This simple cowl is worked in rows and features large diagonal blocks of solid sections and mesh sections. It’s nice and long so it can be wrapped around several times and in many ways.”

8) Crochet Dragon Wing Scarf
“I have had so many requests for a crochet version of the Dragon Wing Cowl, that I just had to oblige! So here it is: the Dragon Wing Scarf. It is a bit longer and more flowy than the knit counterpart, and I really like it!”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!

To see more Round Ups from Jessie At Home, click here.

Buy some Crystal Palace yarn of your own and get creating. You can click the images to go to the yarns you see in them, or you can CLICK HERE to see a bunch of them!


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