Pam Daley

Pam Daley learned to crochet and knit as a little girl, and has been working hard this past year to become as fluent in knitting as she is in crochet. She and her husband are full-time RVers and after being off the road for 3 years due to a motorcycle accident, they will be going back to that lifestyle this summer. Pam is a cancer survivor and credits crocheting with helping her get through all that with her sanity and sense of humor intact (even though her hair decided to grow back white after being MIA for a while!) During her cancer treatment she found the process of designing was something that kept her busy and engaged without being physically exhausting. She also discovered that she really enjoyed the process and her "retirement" career was born.

Pam is a Professional member of the Crochet Guild of America; she has self-published over 80 patterns, published through Knit-Picks Independent Designer Program as well as commissioned designs for major yarn retailers and yarn clubs. Two of her designs are also included in the soon-to-be-published Crochet One-Skein Wonders for Babies: 101 Projects for Infants & Toddlers (May 2016).
She can be found on RavelryFacebook and Etsy

Projects by Pam Daley

Early Frost Mittens

Make your own mittens in a tight thermal stitch for maximum warmth. Pair these mittens with your favorite fall coat and cup of hot coffee for the perfect fall day.

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Thermal Single Crochet Stitch

This easy-to-do stitch is similar to the knitted ‘double stitch’ in that it creates a double layer of fabric as you work.

You can use this stitch for almost any project that will benefit from the thickness and extra cushioning. Use it to make soles for crocheted slippers that will last longer and be softer or

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Loopy Linked Fingerless Gloves

Show off your new loopy linked double crochet know-how with this easy fingerless gloves design. This pattern, written for different sizes, will show you how to create a versatile and easy adjusted set of gloves.

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Loopy Linked Stitch Tutorial

The Loopy Linked Double Crochet is actually a variation of the linked double crochet stitch, and it’s something that came about because I was actually working the original stitch incorrectly! Keep reading to see how to purposefully replicate this stitch, and if you’re still a little unsure, be sure to watch our video tutorial at

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