Melinda Miller

As a young girl, I remember my great-grandmother crocheting every time I visited. She’s been gone since my childhood. She crocheted all the females in my family each a beautiful southern belle bed doll which I still have & cherish. I also inherited many of her crochet doilies - such beautiful work. See my Great-Grandma’s Doilies. She inspired me to learn to crochet.

When I was pregnant with my first son, I taught myself to crochet from a book. My very first project was his baptism jacket & booties. My other two sons wore them also. Even after a house fire years ago, I still have the smoke stained jacket.

Come join me at my Ravelry group - Melinda Miller Designs - where we host CALs, swaps, and test new patterns.

Facebook Group: Crochet Time with Melinda Miller Designs

Facebook Business Page: MoCrochet

Projects by Melinda Miller

Popcorn Peaks Chevron Blanket

This cleverly textured afghan features chevrons updated with drop-down treble popcorns. The pattern repeat is easily memorized, but the details will keep your attention.

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Belladonna Afghan

This flower adorned afghan features bright and dark petals that are juxtaposed on matching two-color blocks to create a puzzle appearance. Crochet this colorful blanket to add a dose of boldness to your home.

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Halo Hooded Baby Blanket

Halo Hooded Angel Blanket

Wrap up your littlest angel in this precious hooded baby blanket that features its own crocheted halo. Made with soft, velvety yarn, this blanket draws inspiration from quilt blocks and features a unique angel design that appears when the blanket is laid flat.

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Waverly Throw

This throw is worked in panels, so there’s no need to change colors mid row — just stitch the panels together to create moving lanes of color. Bulky weight yarn makes this project quick and easy.

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Poinsettia Tote

Worked double stranded, this tote bag is designed for durability in the winter months. A pink poinsettia adds much-needed cheer to a gray winter’s day.

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Nutmeg Trail Afghan

Nutmeg Trail Afghan

Richly painted with spicy autumn colors, four striped rectangles surround a center square, using the Hdc V-st to add texture and interest. When arranged into larger blocks, the overall pattern is reminiscent of a lovely afternoon strolling down colorful nature trails.

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