Beth Major

Beth Major was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, a small city surrounded by the Great Lakes and nestled in the forests of Northern Ontario, Canada. After living in many places, she now calls a faery cottage surrounded by the woods outside Fredericton, New Brunswick her home.

Beth learned to crochet and knit at a very young age from her Grandmother and while the needles confounded her, she really got hooked on crochet. Influenced by her upbringing in Northern Ontario and her new home in rural Atlantic Canada, her designs tend to trend toward items for cool and chilly weather wear, home coziness and simple lacy whimsy. She is a certified crochet teacher through the Craft Yarn Council of America and shares the love of crochet with whomever wants to learn.

Projects by Beth Major

Self Care for the Avid Crocheter

Repetitive and calming, crocheting can be a very effective way to de-stress, wind down and soothe your soul after a hectic day. Over time, however, you may develop pains resulting from the very thing that is soothing about crochet, its repetitiveness. 

Common Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI’s) in crocheters are headaches, neck or upper back pain, hand

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Basketweave Cowl

Enjoy the crisp autumn weather by staying snug and warm with this beautifully textured cowl. Worked up in a basketweave stitch pattern, this chunky cowl will keep you warm and stylish. If you feel like you need a quick video demonstration of this technique, check out our video tutorial below.

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Sweet Charlotte Shawl

Elegant and wispy, the Sweet Charlotte Shawl was inspired by the delicate, intricate and lacy look of spiderwebs. Accent any formal outfit at any time of year with this beautiful, light and airy wrap.

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Pumpkin Patch Cowl

Practical elegance describes this beautiful cowl made from Malabrigo sock yarn in gorgeous autumn colors. Inspired by the need for accessories with multiple functions, the Pumpkin Patch Cowl was designed to spruce up your everyday outerwear, from casual to formal occasions.

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