Carrie Carpenter

Carrie Carpenter learned to crochet when she was about 10 years old, but it wasn't until she started working as the Fashion and Design Coordinator for a yarn company that Carrie began designing. She became so inspired by all of the amazing designs she got to see coming in every day that she had to start designing for herself. Since then, Carrie has had designs published in various publications and yarn companies. When Carrie isn’t designing, she also enjoys teaching crochet classes at her local yarn shop in Montpelier, Vermont.

Find her on Ravelry, her blog and Etsy.

Projects by Carrie Carpenter

Keep Me Coasted Shawl

Use this water-inspired shawl as a cover up for the beach or an evening-wear shawl over a sundress. The rippling waves of blues and whites make this shawl the “it” summer accessory.

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Catherine Cowl

The Catherine Cowl is a great addition to any wardrobe. With its semi-openwork stitch, it’s as free-spirited and beautiful as “Wuthering Heights” heroine Catherine Earnshaw.

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Moonlight Mobius

The Moonlight Mobius is the ultimate in effortless glam accessories. Worked up in a metallic-laced yarn, this stylish infinity scarf is the ideal finishing touch to any going-out outfit. It’s made in an easy shell repeat so it’s the perfect project for all skill levels.

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Spring Delight Beanie

This perfect on-trend hat can be worn no matter what the season or temperature. The wide headband is stylish and the remainder of the hat is designed with an easy open-stitch lacy pattern so the air can flow through. Pretty, pink and feminine, this one-skein wonder is a springtime hit!

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Ocean Waves Wrap

The Ocean Waves Wrap is a light rectangular wrap that features an airy openwork design to create the perfect spring accessory. Worked up in a cool blue, the color and waving edges make this wrap a sight to behold. To top it all off, you can make at least two out of one skein.

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