Angèle Lumière learned to knit and crochet from her mother at a very young age and has been doing it with great passion ever since. By nature, she is very curious and creative and has always felt the need to create things with her hands. Angèle lives and breathe designing.
Angèle is inspired by the sea, the ebb and flow of the waves, flowing water, the leaves of plants and trees, dancing in the clouds and thinks that crochet is a kind of meditation that helps us feel better and be happier.
One day, she thought it would be interesting to share her crochet designs, so she set the challenge to draw and explain her creations and patterns in three languages (Spanish, French, and English), using international symbols to reach as many people as possible that are interested in crochet.
You can find Angèle Lumière on her blog, on Ravelry, on Etsy and on Facebook.
Dark red yarn with a touch of purple works to create a shawl that’s reminiscent of the skin of a fresh, Macoun apple. Complete with a single row of apple leaves just towards the shawl’s edge, this design is ready for your next apple picking adventure!
Complete the first four rows of the Festive Fourth of July Shawl pattern for your foundation. Then follow this stitch school article for a visual step-by-step of completing the stitch.
Row 1 (RS): Dc in 4th ch from hook, ch 1, tr in same ch, tr in next ch, turn.
Row 2 (WS): Ch 4 (counts as
Spring weather means that hats can be less bulky and more of an accessory. The Plum Mist Beret is just that — a lovely little hat that’s reminiscent of a stroll through the streets of Paris.