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Are you on Ravelry? If so, you know it can be a rabbit hole of inspiration, with so many yarns, fibers, and patterns - a feast for your eyes and a trap for your wallet. I have added hundreds of patterns to my library, and here are some that I recently revisited, and want to make in the next year, organized by type.
A Perrrrfectly Wonderful Kitty Bag, by Carol Ventura - "The base of this cute little bag is crocheted first, then since the diameter of the base is not increased, the edges spiral upwards to form the sides." (tapestry crochet)
Swirls Cap, by Sophia Kessinger - "A crocheted newsboy cap with brim (with plastic canvas insert). Pattern includes 2 brim accent options: either a brim belt with buttons or a flower."
Spill, by Jenn Wolfe Kaiser - "Spill is a shawl worked in rows in a gradient yarn, with short rows used to create a gradual, off-center color change."
Spectacular Sea Cucumber, by Michael Frazer - "This oversized shawl was inspired by mysterious and aqueous creatures of the deep. With its bizarre shape and vivid fringe, this garment is sure to be a spectacular addition to your own shawl pile… or aquarium."
Elise Shawl, by Evan Plevinski - "This pattern is a light airy shawl perfect for the mild weather we experience in Portland in the spring and fall. The picot border is designed to be severely blocked out to form the points."
Infinity Wrap, by Kristin Omdahl - "Envelop yourself in this stunning, warm infinity-motif wrap."
Juliana Wrap, by Rachel Lintern - "This wrap is named Juliana in honour of a previous Queen of the Netherlands."
Solaris Shawl, by Kim Guzman - "This shawl starts with a triangle base worked from the top down in a very easy, quickly-memorized stitch pattern. The varied point hemline is added afterward. It requires approximately 20 hours to complete."
Small Talk Shawl, by Cheri McEwen - "The Small Talk Shawl is a top down shawl that is not a triangle and sits well on the shoulders. It is composed of leaves, a modified center point, and can be made to any size desired."
Dragon Wing Scarf, by Jessie Rayot - "I have had so many requests for a crochet version of the Dragon Wing Cowl, that I just had to oblige!" (Jacob's ladder)
Lizard, by Jasmin Räsänen - An asymmetrical triangle wrap alternating mesh and solid sections.
Spiderweb Skirt, by Josie Hannon Madera - “The Spiderweb Skirt is a crochet skirt by Josi Hannon Madera of Art of Crochet. It’s the perfect skirt to make for the upcoming summer.”
Genevieve, by Melissa Mall - "A Celtic name meaning ‘White Wave,’ Genevieve conjures an image of delicate femininity and a touch of lace. You’ll find both in this luxurious wrap sweater!"
Tokyo Jacket, by Vashti Braha - "This crochet sweater features a wrap front and roomy sleeves."
Outta Sight, by Doris Chain - A duster jacket crocheted in a shell stitch pattern with optional sleeves.
Azilal, by Robyn Chachula - "Worked in a mixture of textural stitches, this crocheted cardigan features a flattering empire waist and fastens with a single button."
Beach Blanket, by Melissa Leapman - "A mosaic stitch pattern and soothing shades of beachy blue make this afghan as lovely as it is comfy." (mosaic crochet)