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Jessie Rayot


Jessie has been crocheting since her great grandmother first handed her a hook at the age of 8. She started off her professional life as a costume designer/creator/pattern maker. While managing the costume department for Adelphi University (in Long Island, NY) she was set up on a blind date with a Jersey boy. A few years later she found herself married and living in Jersey.

In 2007 she became a stay at home mom to twin girls. Shortly thereafter she started Jessie At Home as a way to share photos and stories of the girls with her family. Eventually she started adding crafty posts in, then patterns, and it just kept evolving until it became the fun crochet, knit, and family blog that it is today. Since then Jessie has earned several awards from the CGOA Design Competition.  In 2013 Jessie started designing for others outside of Jessie At Home. She has had patterns published in various on and off line crochet and knit publications, including I Like Crochet and I Like Knitting.
In addition to all things yarn related, Jessie enjoys just about all arts and crafts, playing games with her family, and leading her twins Girl Scout Troop.

Blog - Jessie At Home - http://jessieathome.com/
Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jessie-At-Home/290313351031032
Twitter - https://twitter.com/Jessie_AtHome
Craftsy - http://www.craftsy.com/user/618816/pattern-store?SSAID=722478
Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/jessieathome/
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/JessieAtHome
Ravelry - http://www.ravelry.com/people/JessieAtHome

Projects by Jessie Rayot


Winter Mint Hand & Face Towels

Give your bestie the spa day she deserves with this striped version of the Spearmint Hand and Winter Face Towels. Pair with a bar of soap and other spa day essentials and you’ve got yourself the perfect gift basket.

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Vine and Twigs Scarf

This fall-hued scarf is worked up using the front post cable stitch to create the look of little vertical ridges throughout the length of the scarf. Made of chunky yarn, this scarf is the perfect fall-friendly accessory.

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Thank You Berry Much Clutch

Clutches are such a classic accessory. This one is great for gifting or taking to holiday parties. Made in bright berry hues of pink and purple, this clutch is easily customizable to your recipient’s favorite colors.

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Spearmint Hand & Face Towels

The linen stitch makes a very pleasing fabric that is well suited for towels. Once you learn how to crochet these towels, you’ll want to make a full set for yourself and your friends. You can even create a spa gift set with soap, bath salts and other essentials.

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Vine and Twigs Scarf

This fall-hued scarf is worked up using the front post cable stitch to create the look of little vertical ridges throughout the length of the scarf. Made of chunky yarn, this scarf is the perfect fall-friendly accessory.

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Marin Kimono

Chilly summer nights are meant for this delicate Marin Kimono. Whether you pair it with a belt, wrap it with a shawl pin or just toss it on and show off your fabulousness, this piece is a must make for summer.

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Thank You Berry Much Clutch

Clutches are such a classic accessory. This one is great for gifting or taking to holiday parties. Made in bright berry hues of pink and purple, this clutch is easily customizable to your recipient’s favorite colors.

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Town Square Cowl

This cowl features large and small granny squares joined together to make a button-front cowl. Paired with a jean jacket, this cowl will keep your neck warm and your outfit on point!

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Spearmint Hand & Face Towels

The linen stitch makes a very pleasing fabric that is well suited for towels. Once you learn how to crochet these towels, you’ll want to make a full set for yourself and your friends. You can even create a spa gift set with soap, bath salts and other essentials.

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Hydrangea Scarf

Using an ombre yarn to create large 3D flower motifs, this scarf looks like the blue and violet colored hydrnngea’s. One of the exciting parts about hydrangeas is that their color is determined by the minerals in the soil. Pick up your crochet hook and see which direction the colors of the yarn take you with this cozy pattern.

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