Tag: Light Frost


Relaxing Mittens

Worked from the fingers to the wrist, these mittens are fun to try on as you make them. The fingers, thumb and cuff are worked in single crochet, and the rest of the hand is worked in a 2-color vertical stripe pattern that is easy to remember and keep things interesting!

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Relaxing Socks

Toe-up socks are so much fun to make— you can try them on while you crochet! The toe, heel and cuff are worked in single crochet and the foot and leg are worked in a two-color vertical stripe pattern that is easy to remember and keeps things interesting, even for the second sock!

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Snow Puff Ear Warmer

This lofty and light ear warmer has a retro feel and works up quickly with a variation on the puff stitch—the crossed puff stitch. This stitch is rhythmic and fun to work, resulting in a pretty accessory to ward off a wintery frost!

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Winter Sky Cowl

This beautifully textured cowl is generously sized to fit easily over your head. Pull the drawstring to keep the cowl snug against your neck and protect against the cold. You’ll love how it feels against your skin!

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Cabled Leg Warmers

Create not only a beautifully textured pair of leg warmers that would be a great accessory to wear on those chillier days, but also learn a new crochet technique, the cable stitch, in the process! These leg warmers each feature a cable running down the front and back, as well as buttons along the side that can be buttoned up securely for the perfect fit.

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Tasseled Boho Scarf

As the weather turns warmer as we head into spring, this tasseled scarf is the perfect way to stay warm on those chillier afternoons. Plus, it’s perfect for adding a touch of bohemian charm to whatever outfit it’s paired with.

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