With the holidays in full swing, it seems the perfect time to share a collection of sparkly patterns with you. Now you can really light up a room as you celebrate the season! Because…sparkles are fun!
Here are the names and links of each pattern, along with a little something that each designer has to say about them.
1) Lavender Blooms Shawl ~ Designed by Jessie At Home
This triangular shawl gets its name from the bloom shaped cluster of stitches used in the pattern, and from the color of the yarn I used. The shawl is made with two colors, which change at the end of every row, but there is no cutting the yarn. A technique common in Japanese crochet is used to make the color changes work.
2) Starry Skies cowl & scarf pattern ~ Designed by Stitches N Scraps
The Starry Skies pattern is really 3 patterns in one. It offers options for a cowl, a scarf, or an infinity scarf. Whichever you choose, the lacey design and subtle shimmer is sure to add a touch of elegance to your autumn wardrobe.
3) Crochet Police Badge Applique ~ Designed by KatiDCreations
I had made the Military Inspired Hat which can easily be used as a Police Inspired Hat, but the pattern was lacking the most important things….the Badge!
4) Shimmery Crocodile Stitch Evening Bag ~ Designed by Maria Bittner
Perfect for those upcoming holiday parties, a beautiful and elegant evening bag. The shimmer of the yarn makes this a very special accessory.
5) Sparkle Celery Apron ~ Designed by Posh Pooch Designs
I am excited to share with you my new Crochet Design, Sparkle Celery Apron
6) Charming Cowl ~ Designed by Danyel Pink
The Charming Cowl is a quick and easy project that’s as fun to make as it is to wear. Girls and ladies of all ages can pair this sequined cowl with a dressy coat or sweater, but it also looks awesome with a colorful top & jeans.
Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland over the last week!
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