Every time I see a pattern I absolutely love and must make, I save it to bookmarks then rarely get to it for all the gorgeous patterns I already have on file. So, this page’s purpose is twofold: organising my favourite pattern links, and sharing them with others.
The first of these (picture to follow once I make one), the reason I finally had my lightbulb moment :), is:
http://beautifulcrochetstuff.com/crochet-summer-top-free-pattern/#comment-2865 A gorgeous pink top made by attaching tapes to a beautiful yoke. I’ll make mine longer in front and back as I’m 48 and not in shape enough for the designers daring look. I’m picturing the curved hemline reaching mid-thigh in back and slightly higher in the front. Did I mention I want one for each day of the week? Colours? Yellow, brown, mint green (loving ‘this season’s’ colour, despite not liking green usually), purple, white, royal blue and red…? I better get cracking – summer’s almost here!
https://knottingnoodles.wordpress.com/2012/10/15/little-cupcake-newborn-hat/#comment-967 I’ve a new grandchild (#3) on the way, so I was wrapped to find this Cupcake Newborn Hat pattern – and a freebie too!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwHlQ7Y0_ug Hairpin lace tutorial with cardigan pattern – gorgeous!
http://www.shareapattern.com/knitting/cancun-boxy-lace-top/ This one’s not only to share a link to a gorgeous top, it’s also to share a wonderful site!
http://meucantinho2imagens.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/moldes-facil-facil.html Not in English, but plenty of visual aids, for sewing patterns
http://www.itsalwaysautumn.com/2015/10/21/stuffed-animal-teddy-bear-robe-free-sewing-pattern.html#comment-491067 It’s Always Autumn: Teddy bear robe – too cute!
http://littlemonkeyscrochet.com/the-half-n-half-slouch/ A perfectly simple to make but stunning slouch!