Lynn Wasylkevych


Lynn Wasylkevych

Lynn Wasylkevych has been crocheting since she was 7 years old. Her grandmother taught her the basics and she continued to hone her skills from the help of friends and teachers.
Lynn's background is in the field of corporate interior design, and sheworked in this area for approximately 20 years, developing a great interest in the patterns, color ways and designs of
many of the decorative fabrics was exposed to daily.

Lynn earned my Masters certificate in the art of advanced crochet and plans to continue using her skills in the art of all things crochet.

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Projects by Lynn Wasylkevych


Kenai Mittens

The Kenai Mittens are worked from the cuff with rows of back loop, single crochet stitches. Enjoy warmth, comfort and durability without the bulkiness by whipping up these cozy mittens. Alternating rows of wave and chevron stitches mimic the Kenai Mountains to capture a subtle nod to one of nature’s most beautiful creations.

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Sweetgum Cowl

This mesmerizing design flawlessly unites herringbone half double crochets, tall stitches and picots. The high neckline and buttons add unique drama to the cowl’s fit, so it is an ideal accessory for a night out.

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Mint Julep Scarf

This mint-colored scarf features two rows of semi-circles and a row of star-shaped flowers that combine for an intricate and airy springtime scarf. Add a hint of style to any outfit with this intermediate scarf.

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Second Season Wrap

This crescent-shaped, tri-colored pastel wrap is the ideal springtime accessory. Worked up in lightweight cotton yarn, this wrap is a perfect cover-up to carry with you as temperatures fluctuate this spring.

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