I offer knit, crochet and jewelry-making patterns through my store at I offer a nice variety of free and pay-for patterns in all categories. Most are geared toward the beginning to intermediate crafter.

Below are some examples of my patterns from the crochet, knitting and jewelry-making categories.

Crochet Lace Necklace with bead dangles

Crochet Lace Necklace

One of the more popular patterns in my store is this lace necklace. Advanced beginners and above should have no problem making it. It uses only a handful of basic crochet stitches and a couple simple wireworking techniques to attach the beads. Chain stitch Slip Stitch Double Crochet Basic Beading Wire wrapped loops

Child wearing a knitted earflap hat

Easy Knitted Earflap Hat

This hat was inspired by my son. He needed a new winter hat since he’d outgrown his old one. After going through several different styles (beanie, roll brim etc), my son settled on an earflap hat. I made several prototypes, adjusting the pattern as I worked to come up with this final version that looks … Continue reading Easy Knitted Earflap Hat

Blue rose with pearls and crystals bracelet

Blue Rose Bracelet Set

This design uses polymer clay roses, crystal bicones and pearl beads to create a stunning bracelet and earring set. The main technique used is stringing and the pattern is appropriate for beginners. You can find out more details at

Crochet wool door mat in Variegated purples and reds

Crochet Wool Door Mat

This is one of my FREE patterns available at It’s a wool door mat that uses the following basic stitches: Single crochet Double crochet Back loop crochet Plus a special stitch Linked double crochet (explained in pattern) You can view how to make a linked double crochet stitch here in a video by Crochet … Continue reading Crochet Wool Door Mat

2 knit and crocheted striped cowls, each in blue & white,

Free Knit and Crochet Cowl Patterns

Two FREE patterns added to my Craftsy store just in time for holiday gift making. Choose between a striped crochet cowl or a striped knitted one. Or make both! Each cowl is worked seamlessly in the round and works up in only a few hours. The patterns are available from my pattern store at