Simple, lacy and stylish, the Airy Woven Beanie is a must-make for your new spring wardrobe.View Project
Projects by Christy Nelson
Beginners rejoice – this babyghan pattern is perfect for all skill levels. Utilizing just two simple stitches and alternating colors, this baby blanket works up quickly and makes for a perfect gift for any newborn. Switch up the colors to create a different gender neutral design, or go towards blues and pinks for your typical baby blanket.View Project
These warm winter mittens, the last in our Icy Blue Crochet Winter Set, are perfect to keep your hands warm in winter. Check out our October and December 2014 issues for the matching scarf and hat!View Project
This winter hat will keep you warm as temperatures drop around you. Pair it with the Icy Blue Crochet Winter Scarf from October, and complete your look with the mittens, coming in February, to complete your winter look.View Project
This warm winter scarf is just what you need to protect your neck and face this fall and winter season. Stay tuned for the matching hat pattern in our December 2014 issue. Bonus: need to brush up on your triple crochet skills? Check out our instructional video below.
Plus – stay tuned to our February 2015 issue for the last piece of our winter set: mittens!
This multi-colored flower headband is perfect for leftover yarn. Make quick gifts in minutes using this easy pattern.View Project
Make crocheted waves using this simple scarf that features long, colorful repeats. If you don’t have the required yarn on hand, feel free to play with varying colors and weights of yarn.View Project
This granny-square-based afghan in jewel tones is designed to mimic the majestic look of stained glass windows. Watch the compliments flood in as you proudly display this piece in the center of your home.View Project
This one-size-fits-all necklace makes a fast-fashion statement with bold variegated yarn.View Project