March Knot, from 2023: A Year of Celtic Knots
March Knot has now been added to the series of Celtic Knots!
Tiger Eyes & Reading Interlocking Crochet Charts
There has been a lot of discussion recently about how to get a pop of color on the eyes in Brotzell Tiger King. One of the things that draws me to interlocking and mosaic crochet is the ability to create an image without making any fancy color changes! But I do love those blankets showing
Purpureus Grandiflorus: Repeat to Infinity!
Purpureus Grandiflorus is the Latin name for the spring crocus. It’s still very much winter here – there are no flowers to see yet – but I’m hopeful that spring is just around the corner! This design can be repeated to infinity, so you can make it any size you want! It can be made
YouTube Tutorial: Tunisian Honeycomb Border With Tunisian Mosaic Crochet
Stop the curling on your Tunisian Mosaic Crochet project with a built-in Tunisian Mosaic Crochet Honeycomb Border!
Repeatable Many Hearts
One of my favorite motifs is this tiny, nested heart design. With interlocking crochet the wrong side is still all hearts (just upside down)! But of course we can use the overlay mosaic technique as well. This repeat section on the chart is only 16 x 19. It is designed so that it repeats indefinitely.
February Knot, from 2023: A Year of Celtic Knots
February Knot contains a bonus mini-square in the center of the design. Crochet with me using the mosaic technique on YouTube, or head to page 5 of your interlocking crochet pattern for this Bonus square!