Brown can be such a lovely color. It goes with many other colors, and makes a great accent. I love accessorizing with various shades of brown. So if you’re afraid of working with brown, don’t be! Here are some patterns that look beautiful in brown, give one a go!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Squish by Tamara Kelly
I love one skein projects, I love cowls, and combining the two makes me so happy! Add a fun new stitch and voila – it’s Squish!
2) Tiramisu Baby Blanket by Alicia Paulson
Organic cotton is super-yummy, but you can use another worsted-weight something if you want, no problem. It’s easy to do and I think you’ll like it. Please enjoy!
3) Double Shell Headband by Hooks and Heels
I use worsted weight and an F hook. I’ve made these with Red Heart Super Saver, RH with Love, Impeccable, and I Love This Yarn.
4) Monkey by All About Ami
Meet Kiko, our kawaii baby monkey that we designed as a part of our Chinese New Year series!
6) Jenny Slouch Hat by Little Monkeys Crochet
I love slouchy hats! I think they are so fun and they tend to look great even on girls who are convinced that they don’t look good in hats.
7) Sands of Time Scarf by Elena Hunt
Using self-striping yarn and working with an easy stitch pattern to achieve a rolling effect,,, The Sands of Time Scarf is elegant and fashionable all year-long!!
8) Birch Bark Basket by Tamara Kelly
Feeling inspired by nature? I was when I came up with the Birch Bark Basket! This easy crochet pattern is almost more of a technique and tutorial – you can crochet big baskets, small baskets, gift baskets… You get the idea!
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