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Cristina D.


Cristina D. is knitting and crochet designer behind @crisdvic (Instagram), crisdvic (Ravelry and Etsy) and www.crisdvic.cat. Being a knitter and crocheter for a long time, Cristina recently started to design her own patterns. She enjoys slow and mindful knitting, quick and simple crochet projects, but also challenges. Be sure to share your versions of her creations on social media and tag her!

Projects by Cristina D.


Arley Cardi

Arley is the perfect beginner cardigan for granny stitch lovers. Once you have acquired your basic granny skills, it’s time to scale-up to this beauty. Two hexagons folded and seamed together, worked in a very simple pattern, with the only challenge of an easy sleeve shape.

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Maurea Crochet and Fabric Top

Ready for warm-weather adventures, this transformed top is perfect for any occasion. In less than one day, you can transform a tube top to a truly stunning and trendy piece. From casual strolls on the beach to an elegant night on the town, you can make this top just in time for all your warm-weather escapes.

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Emilia Granny Square Wrap

Golden hour hues and just enough sparkle to glimmer like the waves at sunset, this wrap won’t go unnoticed. Versatile with buttons to secure this piece at your shoulders, this wrap is bound to be a summer favorite.

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Multipurpose Striped Tote

This multipurpose tote allows you to wear it as a shoulder or a handbag, depending on the strap length you choose. It includes a small detachable pocket to easily access your essentials, and a couple of decorative pom-poms made with left-over yarn. The size allows one to carry a 13” computer, without being too big to look like a shopping bag.

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Oak Sweater

Oak is a square-neck, waist and elbow shaped pullover to move from late winter chilly afternoons to the early spring season. The smooth blend of cashmere, camel, silk and baby alpaca is ideal to wear next to skin, and together with the light mohair provides an unique textured effect.

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Dawn Mosaic Vest

This basic vest pattern is an easy, semi-cropped V-neck knit construction, made by combining two identical rectangles worked side to side and then seamed together. The colors resemble falling leaves falling on a country path while the mosaic pattern and the type of yarns allows for a gradient and textured autumn palette.

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Maya Mandala Bag

The Maya Mandala Crochet Bag combines textured stitches and colored lines with subtle accents of glassy beaded yarn to create a one-of-a-kind boho style accessory. Once you’ve finished your bag, use the remaining yarn to make a matching pair of Maya Espadrilles Sandals.

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Maya Espadrilles Sandals

Make your own custom espadrilles sandals by crocheting custom uppers with cotton and linen yarn. Since these fibers lack elasticity, they are perfect for creating a shoe that fits and won’t stretch out. Use leftover yarn from the Maya Mandala Bag to make a perfect match.

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Westerly Duster Cardigan

This oversized, seamless duster cardigan will become an essential in your wardrobe, both in the winter and in the spring. Made with a combination of soft and lightweight yarns, it’s the perfect cardigan to keep you stylish and warm. The pattern pairs simple construction with easy stitches that’s perfect for an advanced beginner or intermediate level crocheter.

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Convertible Pocket Shawl

This quick and super simple, multi-use pocket shawl features two angled pockets with decorative buttons and three invisible fasteners. Use these fasteners to convert the shawl into a capelet for optimal warmth. This pattern uses a simple and reversible stitch pattern for easy crocheting. Although instructions are given for three sizes, you can easily adjust the width and the length as you work to create a custom fit.

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