Do you remember a review I did of a while back called A Garden of Shawls by Karen Whooley? I made one of the shawls in the book and I still wear it a lot now. It’s great. So when Karen contacted me recently with the opportunity to have an early preview her new book Coastal Crochet I said yes please!
How’d you like a new free pattern? Of course you would! So here is my Pinwheel Flower, a pattern I whipped up recently for a bit of fun one weekend.
Granny Square Flair
Happy 2018 to you! I am so glad 2018 is here because it is the time I have put aside to write my very first, hold in your hands, pages to turn book! I am going to call it Granny Square Flair.
So what kind of book is it?
Designing granny squares is my jam. It’s what I love to do most and so my book, Granny Square Flair, will have 50 6″ granny square patterns for you to play with.
Siren’s Atlas Crochet Pattern Collection
The Siren’s Atlas Collection is your map to my year-long creative journey. This collection of patterns for 52 different crochet squares is the result of a challenge I set for myself: to create a new original square motif every week for a year.
Well here we are with the very last pattern of my Siren’s Atlas Collection! What is Siren’s Atlas? It’s my collection of 52 new 6? patterns. I released one every week in 2017. Click here to find out more or check out the FAQ page here. To celebrate it being the last, there’s a special offer on it too!
This is Norwegian (I was going to call it Arabian but had to change the name to avoid silly issues) so named for the Norwegian Sea which is a marginal sea in the North Atlantic Ocean, northwest of Norway. It is located between the North Sea and the Greenland Sea and adjoins the North Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Barents Sea to the northeast. It’s an appropriate one for this time of year as it kinda looks a bit like a present.
Here’s what you’ll find in the pattern ;
- a clearly written pattern
- a link to a private video of me taking you through each round
- a chart
- round by round photos
- a hints and tips page with photos and explanations of anything unusual or a bit tricky
- the written instructions that can be printed alone to save paper
Get the Pattern Now for half price!
You can purchase the pattern right here for half price until Xmas of A$1.50 by clicking the button below with your preferred terms. No code needed, discount will be automatic.
Would you rather get the pattern from Ravelry? You can right here. I’d love to see your projects!
Where can I find the other patterns in the Collection?
To see all patterns from the collection, check out this page.
Want the Complete Collection, not just this pattern?
Do you know you just want to get all 52 patterns of Siren’s Atlas? Well you can! You can save heaps by making a one off payment of A$99.95 and have access to all of the patterns in the collection, no matter when you sign up. (If you’re in the UK or US the exchange rate means you’ll pay even less!)
Just click on the button with your preferred terms to be taken straight to Paypal and get access to all 52 patterns as they’re released!
So there you go! The Siren’s Atlas is complete!
Thank you all so much for your love of this collection. I have really enjoyed bringing them to you and I hope they’ve challenged you, taught you things, made you feel proud of your skills.
Have a very Merry Festive season no matter what you celebrate or do.
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Well here we are with the second last pattern of my Siren’s Atlas Collection! What is Siren’s Atlas? It’s my collection of 52 new 6″ patterns. I have been releasing one every week in 2017. Click here to find out more or check out the FAQ page here.
This is Bismarck so named for the The Bismarck Sea which lies in the southwestern Pacific Ocean within the nation of Papua New Guinea. It is located northeast of the island of New Guinea and south of the Bismarck Archipelago and the Admiralty Islands. It’s an easy one and uses super big spike stitches for a new fun effect.