Jennifer E. Ryan

Jennifer E. Ryan

Jennifer Ryan is an award-winning crochet designer whose specialty is combining Celtic Knots with crochet.   She has won awards for her unique Celtic garments in the CGOA’s (Crochet Guild of America) Design Competitions of 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Jennifer is also a homeschool mom who teaches Russian and crochet, enjoys spending time outside and photographing wildlife. You can see all of her designs and projects at:  and

Projects by Jennifer E. Ryan

Blue Agate Geode Necklace


Mini-granny square-like motifs quickly work up in fun variegated colors to compliment a unique agate pendant for this one-of-a-kind necklace. This statement piece will brighten your summer!

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Moonlit Shells Shawl


This pretty summer shawl is crocheted with a simple repeat of double crochet stitches and chains and a large hook to create great drape. Crocheted from the bottom tip to the top, a lovely beaded edging is added around all three sides.

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Cherry Blossom Tank


Take a regular summer tank from ‘blah’ to ‘WOW’ with these elegant rose motifs crocheted with 100% Egyptian cotton. Crochet motifs are quite popular in the fashion world when paired with fabric so now’s your chance to try it for yourself!

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Chunky Cable Basket


With super chunky yarn and a cable braid, you can work up this practical basket in any color to match your home’s décor. It’s perfect for storing yarn, items around the craft room or even decorative glass balls for an added dose of whimsy.

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Mr. Hedgehug


This adorable hedgehog is giving you his heart! Using a fun stitch with several chains you can achieve his prickly look without any prickles at all – just soft cuteness.

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Acorn Hot Pads


Using a double strand of dishcloth cotton you can work up the perfect kitchen accessory for fall and it’s practical, too! Try your hand at increasing and decreasing with the Diamond Stitch for the signature acorn cap criss-crosses.

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Tricky Treat Bag


This cute bag can’t wait to go Trick or Treating with your little one! This is a great project to practice increasing in single crochet and using the technique to make various shapes.

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