Amy Ramnarine


Amy Ramnarine

Amy Ramnarine is a crochet designer and the blogger behind The Stitchin' Mommy, where she shares her crochet patterns, tutorials, crafts, recipes, and more. Amy has been crocheting since 2009 and has been designing her own crochet patterns professionally since 2012. As a mom of two, she enjoys creating yarny goodness for her little ones and draws inspiration from everything around her. You can find Amy at her website The Stitchin' Mommy, on Facebook, Instagram, and Ravelry.

Projects by Amy Ramnarine


Sun-kissed Wave Infinity Scarf

Light summer scarves are a great way to spice up your summer wardrobe, and this open and airy infinity scarf will certainly do the trick. The blend of colors have the same effect as the sun reflecting off an ocean wave, while the Solomon’s knot crochet technique gives the scarf a unique look.

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Macaron Scrubbies

Reminiscent of French macaron cookies, these delightful scrubbies look good enough to eat. Thanks to the three layers of crochet, these scrubbies are durable; plus, they are so versatile they will be useful anywhere around the house, whether you use them to add some whimsy to your dish washing or keep them near the living room in case of emergency spills.

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Sunrise Kids’ Rug

Welcome the warmer days with a sunrise-inspired rug—a perfect addition to any kid’s room. The round shape and simple half double crochet stitch will be a fun and easy change from your usual projects.

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Color Me Calm Shawl

At this time of year, an oversized wrap with layers of deep, calming colors will never disappoint. Finished with pretty picot details and a creamy trim, this shawl is an easy yet stunning project.

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Spring Baby Pixie Bonnet

Embrace the spunky feel of spring with this adorable pixie bonnet. With three different size options and a flower embellishment, this project is the definition of “sweet.”

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