Susan Heyn

Susan Heyn is a left-handed crocheter, and she first started when she was sick in bed at age 6. Her mom, also a left-handed crocheter, taught her the basics and she's been "hooked" ever since. Susan owned a small craft shop for a long time but closed it over a year ago to focus on designing, and she's been self-publishing on Ravelry for several years.

After attending her first CGOA conference in Manchester, NH in July 2014, she sold her first design to Red Heart yarns. Since then, Susan has sold a few other designs to Red Heart, one to Mainly Crochet and also to I Like Crochet. Some of her favorite things to crochet and design are holiday items and afghans, and she loves using textured stitches such as popcorns and post stitches in many of her designs.






Projects by Susan Heyn

Snowy Afternoon Tote

The Misty Morning Tote gets a makeover in this stunning light pink rendition featuring crocheted handles and a fabric lining. This tote bag uses Front Post treble crochets to create narrow cables separated by columns of double crochet. It’s a generous-sized tote that will fit a crochet project and other daily essentials. Make it as shown or in your favorite color.

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Blueberry Basketweave Scarf

Wrap yourself in this cozy, extra-wide scarf on a chilly fall day to be both fashionable and warm! Crocheted in worsted weight yarn with a simple-to-remember, repeating pattern, the ends are finished off with a fun and fresh fringe. With just two skeins of yarn, you’ll have your own fall staple that’s perfect for keeping or gifting.

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Three Cheers for Tunisian Stitches Infinity Scarf

This cozy creation features a series of triples: three colors and three different tunisian stitches. Mix any three colors of worsted weight yarn to create this fall staple and enjoy crocheting with three different types of Tunisian stitches: double stitch, simple stitch and front post double stitch.

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Hanna C2C Scarf

Hanna is a cozy corner 2 corner scarf is worked on the diagonal. Soft tassels at each corner complete this fun to make scarf.

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Daffodil the Duck Pull Toy

Daffodil is a sunny yellow duck that will happily join in on your spring adventures. Styled to be reminiscent of an old-fashioned pull toy, this duck will add a vintage charm to any room. Note: This is intended to be a decoration. The wood wheels and cord could be a safety concern for small children, so please use your best judgment.

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Gloria the Angel Bear Amigurumi

Gloria is about 8” tall and will look cute sitting on your child’s bedside table for evening prayers. This is an easy pattern and would be a great project for a last-minute gift.

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Mosaic Crochet Towel Toppers and Dishcloths Set

It may look intricate, but this pattern’s reversible design is easy to make! The dishcloth’s reversible design is created by working the long-dropped double crochets around the post of the stitch instead of working into the stitch. Make a second towel topper and dishcloth by working into the front posts instead of through both loops, and before you know it, you’ll have the perfect kitchen set!

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Tealight Owl Treat Bag

Tealight Owl Treat Bag

This colorful treat bag is worked in corner-to-corner style and features an owl on the front with flameless tealight candles for eyes. Perfect for even the longest of trick-or-treating adventures, this roomy owl bag is ready to light up your holiday!

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Loop the Loop Tote

A variety of stripes and loop stitches give this handy tote lots of texture. Roomy enough to hold all your daily essentials, this intriguing project is also incredibly fun to make!

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Classic Checks Cardigan

A classic style button down cardigan features a popcorn stitch in the center of each gingham square. This pattern is available for sizes Small – 2X and can be customized to any number of colors.

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