Solid crochet dots are surrounded by a lacy filet mesh in this coverlet.
Flat panels of double crochet are punctuated with more ornate strips of treble crochet that coil around a mesh stitch base.
Blue and cream Delftware-like crocheted disks are joined to make this stunning coverlet.
Borrowing the idea from traditional patchwork quilts, spiral blocks are built by crocheting larger triangles onto smaller ones.
Inspired by the crazy quilts first fashionable in the late 1800’s, simple embroidery link colorful crocheted shapes in this fun throw.
The flowers and leaves of this throw are plucked directly from traditional Irish crochet.
This afghan begins with a base of simple single crochet squares that are then embellished with embroidery.
For this baby blanket, softly undulated waves ripple in all directions in a soothing palette of pastels and neutrals.
For this easy afghan, two soothing colors and two basic stitches, single crochet and chain, create a visual rhythm that looks complex but is actually quite simple.
Shaped strips of single crochet are joined like puzzle pieces in this two-tone throw.