Circle-Edged Wrap from the January 2011 issue of Crochet! magazine. Made in NaturallyCaron Spa. I love the way they styled it.

Circle-Edged Wrap from the January 2011 issue of Crochet! Made in NaturallyCaron Spa. I love the way they styled it.

I was looking for a unique dishcloth pattern that was not the norm….and then I stumbled upon The Almost Lost Washcloth Pattern & it was EXACTLY what I was looking for!! Simple, sweet, different, unique…..but it was KNIT! Being an Obsessed Fiber Artist, this did not discourage me. I do know how to knit, very basically. But my true love is & will always be Crochet. (Nothing against the Knitters out there - I am in AWE of how beautiful & amazing knit is!!)

FREE - Circle Point Washcloth (Crochet version of The Almost Lost Washcloth)

Light and Lacy Shawl - free pattern on ravelry (looks like it's in British crochet terms)

Wrap yourself in lovely lace with this flower patterned shawl. The shawl is crocheted lengthwise, creating long stripes.

Ravelry: Loken cowl free crochet pattern by Shelby Allaho

Berroco Loken cowl crocheted in Berroco Flicker yarn, a great way to add a little sparkle to your wardrobe.

Looks like a cocoon shrug (seamed rectangle then wide bands of lace crocheted on). Fun, fun, fun way to crochet a cardigan or slouchy vest with any stitch.   (Crochet! Berroco® Free Pattern | Steffie)

Looks like a cocoon shrug (seamed rectangle then wide bands of lace crocheted on). Fun, fun, fun way to crochet a cardigan or slouchy vest with any stitch.

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