Cheryl Chow

Cheryl admits to being a crafting addict. She can be found knitting, crocheting, spinning, and sewing near Seattle, WA. In her spare time, she enjoys being in the outdoors looking for inspiration and taking in the beautiful northwest scenery with her family. More of her patterns can be found on Ravelry, Patternfish, and LoveKnitting.

Projects by Cheryl Chow

Yorkshire Throw

The main body of this moody throw is worked back and forth with crossed double crochet and green yarn. Thick enough to provide significant warmth, but still elegant with a gorgeous, lacy border, this must-have pattern is just what you need this season.

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Sunset Breeze Crescent Lace Shawl

This delicate scarf is worked back and forth from one tip to the other with decreases and increases at the ends to create its defining crescent shape. The lacy border is worked along the entire length once the main body of the scarf is completed. You won’t regret making this gorgeous pattern that pairs perfectly with your favorite floral dress.

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Maribel Scarf

This one-skein project is perfect for that beautiful, hand-dyed sock yarn in your stash. Worked back and forth on the bias, this scarf has a lacy pattern that is wearable all year round.

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Paola Poncho

Featuring an open front for an easy, effortless style, this poncho is just what you need before the weather starts to cool. Worked lengthwise with three different shades of worsted weight yarn, the color combinations are endless. Whether you are cozying up on the couch with a good book or are out for a stroll on a cool summer’s evening, this poncho is what you’ll reach for.

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Bonfire Blanket

This versatile blanket is pretty enough for your living room but rugged enough to use outside for that extra layer of warmth whenever you need it. Worked back and forth from end to end, this blanket features shells, front/back posts, crossed stitches, and bobbles to create a texture that’s both durable and beautiful.

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Abigail Striped Bias Scarf

As spring approaches and breathes new life into our gardens, what better way to celebrate than creating a light and airy scarf? Have fun choosing three of your favorite colors to crochet this scarf which is worked on the bias.

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Crispin Poncho

Inspired by Crispin apple leaves, this refreshing take on a poncho is here for the apple picking season. The leafy structure of this design paired with a wool and acrylic blend yarn gives this poncho breathability and warmth at the same time. Wear with or without the hood depending on how crisp the weather may be.

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Harvest Shawl

This pretty shawl is worked from the top down to the point with dramatic shells that look like sunflower petals. Multi-colored yarn is worked in effortlessly to resemble the look of dense, sunflower seeds.

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Tucson Wrap

This delicate scarf is reminiscent of bold, blue-and-green succulents that form upright rosettes. Using a simple stitch pattern, the yarn is what shines in this project. The scarf is worked in two halves.

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