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Linda Dean


Linda Dean is a long time, self taught crocheter, a Professional member of the Crochet Guild of America (CGOA), a Master in Advanced Stitch and Technique (by CGOA), a Certified Instructor/Teacher with The Craft Yarn Council (CYC), and serves on the Board of Directors as well as the Chairperson for the Masters Committee with CGOA. You can find her published designs in various outlets, as well as self-published. You can find her teaching at local yarn stores and national/regional conferences.

She lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California with her husband and two children, on a small farm, restoring the home her great grandfather built 100 years ago.

Follow her adventures at her blog http://www.lindadeancrochet.com/blog/

Join her on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/LindaDeanCrochet. And Twitter https://twitter.com/ldeancrochet

Projects by Linda Dean


Margo Easy Hat

Lightweight yarn makes a cascading rain of strands in this simply unique hat. Great texture, great stretch and comfort are highlights that cannot be missed in this design. 

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Mitered Triangles Afghan

A modern twist to create a contemporary feel. Large miter triangles meet at the center of this afghan to create a visual effect that draws the eye outward. Simple rows of single and double crochet, can be made in a variety of color band widths, to allow a very customizable design. This is a great design for both men and women, with some bright colors it can even be enjoyed by kids.

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In the Round Tunisian Full Stitch Hat

The classic beanie gets an update with this chic pattern featuring the Tunisian full stitch. Worked in the round, this is the perfect pattern to master a new skill. With no shaping, a cute rolled brim and a gorgeous texture, there’s no reason not to make this hat for your collection.

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Cozy at Home Tunisian Tassel Pillow

Add some beauty to your home with this classic crochet pillow. Create a dramatic visual effect easily by varying two different types of stitches. We promise, it’s not as complicated as it looks! Plus, this pillow requires no shaping, which means it’s the perfect opportunity to practice a new stitch with success.

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Yuletide Hat

This fresh version of the Fireplace Hat is a must have! Worked vertically it allows for great stretch, while short rows help reduce bulk. There are two sets of cables worked in the middle of this hat is easy to customize for larger or smaller head circumferences with simple addition or subtraction of rows. It is freshly updated with a simple pom-pom and a beautiful new colorway. This is a project that speaks perfectly to the approaching cold weather.

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Dizzy Dino Hat & Arm Warmers

Every child wants to be a dinosaur! This project that works up quickly so you can make several in a variety of colors for every little dinosaur in your life.

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Blizzard Bear Hat

Getting your kiddo to bundle up this season will be a breeze when doing so turns them into a polar bear! Large pom pom ears and surface crochet complete this “beary” adorable hat.

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Homey Fireplace Hat

Cables aren’t just for knit hats! This classic design is delightfully cozy and will go well with any of your other winter gear. Because it is worked vertically, it also has that all-important stretch factor.

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Hello Cozy Hat

Say hello to an easy hat that you’ll want to make for everyone you know. Worked vertically, this hat features surface embroidery on the turned-up brim. Topped with a chunky pom pom, this one-skein hat is the cozy addition to your wardrobe that you’ve been looking for.

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Easygoing Crochet Tank

Vertically worked with offset, mini-shell stitches to create a seamless tank top, this design has no right or wrong side. Shaping is completed with increases and decreases on one side of the row only which allows for an easier-to-manage garment appearance. The longer length adds to the style, with an unfinished edge to add a nice scalloped effect that’s chic and effortless.

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