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Andee Graves


Andee Graves is a crochet designer, writer, teacher and artist living in the mountains of Colorado with her husband, two sons and an evolving menagerie of 4-legged friends.  She combines a life-long passion for crocheting, sewing, and crafting with a strong interest in mathematics. She is endlessly intrigued by the "magic" of creating fabric or an object from nothing but hook and string.

Andee writes about crochet techniques, designing, and healthy crafting practices for her blog and other publications. Her articles and designs have been published in Interweave Crochet, Crochet World, Crochet! Magazine, MainlyCrochet.com, ILikeCrochet.com, RedHeart.com, Caron.com and Crochet 1-2-3.  She started her independent pattern line M2H Designs in Fall 2010 with a focus on creating “teaching” patterns that include tutorials for techniques that are used in the pattern. She has taught crochet and healthy crafting classes at local and national events. You can find out more about her designs and classes at her blog: Two Hands Healing and Creative Arts.

 

Projects by Andee Graves


One Skein Joy Slippers

Cozy slippers crocheted in worsted weight 100% superwash wool are a perfect quick gift for the holidays. Each slipper is worked without cutting yarn, leaving just two tails to weave in at the end. A pair of slippers can easily be made from just one skein of worsted weight yarn!

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Shoreline Cold-Shoulder Tee

Worked in linen stitch using a cotton yarn, this sweet little tee is perfect for summertime play. Simple lacy scallops decorate the ends of the sleeves and hemline of the shirt which add the perfect amount of visual interest.

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Sierra Swoncho

Part sweater and part poncho, this classic pattern pairs simple mesh with dramatic lace borders to create a sweet springtime layer. Belled cuffs and a swingy loose poncho style fit make this a garment you will delight in wearing as the season changes.

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One Skein Joy Slippers

Cozy slippers crocheted in worsted weight 100% superwash wool are a perfect quick gift for the holidays. Each slipper is worked without cutting yarn, leaving just two tails to weave in at the end. A pair of slippers can easily be made from just one skein of worsted weight yarn!

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Tied and True Cardigan

Tied and True Cardigan

Pair lace and satin ribbon ties with an open-sided, kimono style cardigan for a pattern that’s romantic, light and effortless. Ideal for first-time garment makers, this project features no shaping but achieves stunning results.

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Pronto Poncho

This poncho is perfect for those cooler summer evenings with colorful granny squares worked in an open stitch along the neckline and a matching colorful stripe in the mesh body. A perky picot edge gives it a fun finish, making this a poncho you’ll want to wear all summer long.

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Ring Around the Posies Skirt

This simple skirt is solid in color, but chock full of texture! It even features a gorgeous floral motif hemline. Make it your own by lengthening (or shortening) the skirt to create a unique design that’s perfect for your wardrobe. You’ll love donning this beauty all season long.

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Ring Around the Posies Skirt

This simple skirt is solid in color, but chock full of texture! It even features a gorgeous floral motif hemline. Make it your own by lengthening (or shortening) the skirt to create a unique design that’s perfect for your wardrobe. You’ll love donning this beauty all season long.

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Zippers 101

Putting a zipper into crocheted fabric is always a little tricky. In my “Ring Around the Posies Skirt” design I used an invisible zipper for the closure at the center back waist. I chose an invisible zipper because it doesn’t show as much in the finished project. It is also less likely to snag the fabric when being opened and closed.

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