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Amy Gunderson


Dog cuddling, knitflixing, and drinking red wine are just a few of Amy’s favorite things to do (and often does all of these at the same time). She does a variety of freelance work including design, crochet and knit charting, technical editing, and more. Find her on Instagram as @amyyounggunderson.

Amy Gunderson

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Projects by Amy Gunderson


Sweet Crochet Donuts

Crocheting has never made us so hungry! These donuts are about the size of real ones, making these a quick and satisfying project. With numerous topping and base options, the sky’s the limit when it comes to how many different donut combinations you can come up with.

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How to Crochet Fair Isle

There are many ways in which crochet is different than knitting. For instance, crochet stitches can be short, tall or textured, and they can wrap around and go in many different directions. The look of crochet stitches are noticeable different from knitting stitches, but there is one traditional knitting technique that can be made in

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Broken Chevron Filet Scarf

Filet crochet is fun because you’re building a picture with double crochet blocks. This scarf features an all-over broken chevron pattern and a simple picot edging to finish things off.

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Mixed Motifs Triangular Scarf 

With ten different motifs to crochet, it’s impossible to get bored while making this scarf! Though it’s shown in just two contrasting colors, this could be a great colorful stashbuster, as well. Get creative and use up what you’ve got in your stash to create an accessory that’s uniquely you.

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Swatches of Summer

Looking for a fun lace pattern to try out this summer? We’ve pulled together a few of our favorite stitches for you to work up. Not only can lace crocheting be fun and addicting, but crochet has so many more possibilities to create lace compared to knitting.Lace can be as simple as working double crochet,

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True North Passport Holder

Never worry about misplacing your passport again. This little bag is big enough to hold your ticket to freedom (your passport) plus credit cards, cash and another small trinket or two. Keep everything extra secure with the hidden inner pouch that’s built into this clever design.

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Magnolia Scalloped Cardigan

As proven in this wearable project, the classics never go out of style! Three-quarter sleeves, raglan shaping and adorable scalloped edging elevate this cardigan to wardrobe staple status.

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Harper Mixed Stitch Cardigan

Get ready for some fun stitches in this unique cardigan! Shells, spike stitches, post-stitch ridges, and more decorate the yoke of this 3-season sweater. It is crocheted seamlessly from the top down making finishing almost effortless.

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Felix Faux Fur-Lined Cowl

It’s always fun to be able to combine crafts like crochet and sewing, and this cowl features both! If you’re new to either craft, don’t worry; Felix is still the perfect project for you. As shown, the lining is a faux fur fabric which can be found on the bolt at a fabric store. You might also consider fleece or another soft fabric if fur isn’t your thing. Top things off with a handmade monogrammed tag, and you have a completely personalized gift for someone special.

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Mew and Me Sweater

Mew and Me Sweater

Kill ‘em with cuteness this Halloween. This cat sweater is crocheted mostly using the tunisian method, giving the appearance of knitted fabric. Make in the color scheme shown for a spooky, yet adorable black cat.

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