Simone Francis

Simone is a UK based crochet designer who loves to find inspiration in fashion, art and nature for her designs.





Projects by Simone Francis

Patchwork Posies Scarf

Perfect for scrap busting your yarn stash, these little posie motifs and start motifs are joined together to make a vibrant scarf. Connecting each posie as you go makes this scarf work up nicely.

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Phoebe Polka Dot Dress

Introducing the Phoebe Polka Dot Dress, a stylish shift dress inspired by the iconic 60’s fashion of Mary Quant. This black and white dress exudes a retro charm with its cute polka dot details adorning the lower edge of the dress and sleeves. Whether you wear it for a special occasion or simply to channel a retro-inspired everyday look, this dress is sure to turn heads and evoke a sense of vintage sophistication.

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Eleanor White Boxy Cardigan

Designed with a touch of elegance, the Eleanor White Boxy Cardigan showcases a captivating cable and twisted double crochet stitch pattern. The combination of these stitches adds texture and visual interest to the garment, making it a true statement piece.Perfect for intermediate crocheters, this pattern offers an opportunity to expand your skills and create a stunning garment.

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Maci Seamless Crochet Top

Maci is a cute top-down, seamless crochet top worked in a bamboo blend yarn with a lace yoke and ruffle. This design has a lovely drape, loose sleeves and pretty edgings making it one of our favorites from this issue.

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Pineapple Filet Top

Subtle up close, but statement-making from afar, this pineapple top adds some tropical flavor to your crochet. Crocheted in cotton yarn, this top layers nicely with a white tank top to really make that pineapple “pop.”

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White Caps Cardigan

Looking forward to spring beach days? Us too! The white caps on turquoise blue waves inspired this cardigan that features unique lace stitches in a wavy pattern that lets whatever color shirt you wear underneath show through. We’re partial to ocean blues, but this cardigan looks wonderful paired with coral, green and lilac shades too.

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