Amy Gunderson

Amy Gunderson

Amy Gunderson is a Midwest transplant living in beautiful North Carolina with her husband and their adorable yellow lab, Suzy. She works full time as Creative Lead for Universal Yarn, and does independent design in her spare time.

Projects by Amy Gunderson

Aloe Bloom Shawl


Light as a feather, this lacy shawl will still provide a delicate warmth to your shoulders. The shape is ¾ circle, allowing the piece to sit nicely on your shoulders.

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On the Move Throw


This versatile throw shows that the right colors can truly make a design come together. Using strategically variegated yarn, this throw can be yours in no time at all.

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Perfectly Plaid Purses


Functional yet cute, these little purses will hold all of your important things! The clutch-sized purse is also great for holding hooks, stitch markers or any other small crafting tools you might need.

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Sugar Plum Hat & Cowl


Lush, three-dimensional texture is the name of the game in this sweet hat and cowl set. Hat brim and cowl borders are worked sideways while the crossed lattice pattern is worked vertically. Complete with a pom pom that reminds us of a sugar plum, this is the set you should make this season.

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Christmas Tradition Ornament


What could be more classic than the bottle brush Christmas tree ornament? Crochet your very own keepsake using size 10 crochet cotton. You’ll even learn how to make your own bottle brush tree out of yarn.

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Amethyst Lace Cardigan


Cozy is the name of the game in this versatile cardigan. A generous ribbed collar can be secured at the lower edge with buttons as shown, or left unbuttoned so you use a shawl pin closure. Most pieces of this cardigan are worked in half double crochet ribbing, creating flattering vertical lines.

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Rose Resort Tee


Crochet up this unique layering piece in no time! Mostly double crochet mesh, this tee employs strategically placed filled squares to make rose, vine, and leaf pictures. Be sure to wear it over a highly contrasting color to maximize the effect of the pattern.

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Happy Day Throw


Have fun choosing your colors for this entertaining and portable project. Motifs are worked in two different colorways and connected with the join-as-you-go method.

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