Penelope Cowl by Anzula
Knit version Crochet version Penelope is knit using three of my favorite yarns. It’s simple and small enough to go with you anywhere, and has enough going on you won’t ever get bored. Sample uses: Anzula Squishy 25g in Minty Unicorn Lorna’s Laces Staccato in Amy’s Vintage Office Oink Pigments Targhee Pigtail in Merci Bouquet
Through The Clouds Shawl by Rachy Newin
This pattern is available for $6.00 USD buy it now It’s been cold and dreary for days and days, and the only thing getting me through has been gorgeously bright (and deliciously warm) crochet accessories. The Through the Clouds Shawl is perfect for when the gloom seems never ending - it’s designed to explode with color and the cashmere is all kinds of cozy. Simple stitching and clever striping combine to make a totally unique accessory with the Through the Clouds Shawl. The pattern uses just sc and ch, but combines them in unusual ways to make an eye-catching shawl...
Taw by Rebecca Velasquez
This pattern is available for $4.95 USD buy it now In the game of marbles, a taw is one of your shooters—simply put, it is your favorite marble—the one you use to shoot the most often and the one you don’t want to lose to an opponent! This shawl, too, will be a favorite. Long, shallow, and slightly askew this piece will be your constant. The mesh interior will add just the right amount of warmth and the no fuss edging is simple enough to add to or not distract from your outfit. Stitched end to end with the lace...
Midnight Shadows Cowl by Rachy Newin
This pattern is available for $4.00 USD buy it now The Midnight Shadows Cowl features a simple openwork pattern that is ideal for an adventurous beginner. The pattern offers an easy to remember repeat and is super easy to adjust size-wise. One skein of Oink Pigments DK is enough for a basic cowl, or you can add a second skein for a fabulous color contrast. A two-tone cowl is large enough to double as a snood and can be folded over, too, and the pattern includes instructions for a flat or shell edging.
Caeli Shawy by Rachy Newin
This pattern is available for $6.00 USD buy it now Caeli (pronounced Kie lee) is Latin for heaven, and the Caeli Shawl is just a little bit of heaven! The lace is quick and easy to work up, looks amazing even with variegated colorways, and the sparkle in Oink Pigments Disco adds an extra starry touch. Worked as a top-down triangle, the Caeli Shawl features a 4-row repeat that can easily be adjusted for size. Though the stitch pattern looks gorgeously complex, it uses just ch, sc, and dc, making it accessible even to a beginner crocheter.