patterns

Emilia Flower Garland, crochet pattern by Emma Lamb
Emilia Flower Garland

“The Emilia Flower Garland uses five main colours however small crochet flowers are perfect for using up oddments of yarns and threads that you have left over from other projects to create more unique garlands. These crochet flower motifs can be easily scaled to suit any weight of yarn, just be sure to use the correct hook size for the yarn you do choose. This garland is also great for using up any snippets of fabric you might have in your scrap box, why not try small off cuts of lace or ribbon to create a more romantic looking garland?”

This pattern is great for beginners who love to crochet folk style flowers and would like to extend their skills beyond the very basic flower motif of my Pretty Peggy Garland.

The pattern includes full details of the materials, yarns and hook sizes used to create the garland pictured. It is written in UK crochet terms and includes stitch diagrams with a key in both UK and US terms. It also includes a step by step picture tutorial for the ‘magic loop’ starting method, as used in the largest flower motif.


£4.00 (via Ravelry)

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Pretty Peggy Garland PDF pattern, by Emma Lamb
Pretty Peggy Garland

"Let me introduce you to Miss Peggy, one of the loveliest garland to come from my wee hook! At least if you are anything like me you will think so, because if you are anything like me then you will obviously love all things crochet, have a huge stash of pretty vintage buttons stashed away somewhere and will adore anything in such kitschy granny chic colours!"

This pattern is great for beginners who want to try crocheting flowers for the first time. It is a simple motif using the basic crochet stitches. A diagram is included with a chart for both UK and US terms.


£3.00 (via Ravelry)

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Lily, Lace Rib Scarf PDF pattern, by Emma Lamb
Lily - Lace rib scarf

"Lily is a very soft and feminine lace mohair scarf. She is extremely lightweight and warm, perfect for cold winter mornings under a chunky coat."

This scarf is knit with a very simple lace pattern that is enhanced by this delicate mohair yarn. If you have not knit lace before this would make a great beginners project.


£3.00 (via Ravelry)

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Vivienne Diamond scarf PDF pattern, by Emma Lamb
Vivienne - diamond scarf

"Vivienne is a beautifully soft scarf that would be perfect for late autumn when you need a wee bit of extra warmth on crisp mornings and chilly evenings."

At 180cm long by 23cm wide (71 inches x 9 inches) the finished fabric has a very elegant drape.

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