Crochet · Other People's Patterns · Wearable

Colorful Crochet Infinity Scarf

20160926_132142So I recently discovered the Moogly blog, which is a treasure trove of crochet patterns, including this one. I highly suggest you check it out, if you haven’t already. (Incidentally, this is the second Moogly pattern I’ve featured on my blog. The first one was the rainbow organizers.)

I really like the way this scarf turned out. I made it as a way to try and use up some of my multicolored yarn (of which I have a lot) and to take a break from my recent, significantly more complicated projects. I was a little skeptical about how it would look going in, as the yarn is kind of a weird mix of colors, but I like the way the oranges and purples play off of each other to create a unique, colorful look. This scarf has a personality, which is an impressive thing for such a simple pattern.

I think this pattern is a great for crocheters of all experience levels, and if you want to make one, you can find it at Additionally, this particular scarf is available on my Etsy shop (click here for the specific listing).

Coasters · Crochet · Free Patterns · Marvel · Patterns · Superheroes

Hawkeye Coasters

100_8182Time for the fourth installment in the Avengers coasters saga! This coaster is based on my personal favorite avenger, Hawkeye, and is very, very purple.

To be honest, I was expecting this to be a lot harder than it actually was. My original idea for this design was a simple bow and arrow, which is surprisingly hard to make when you’re crocheting in a round. It wasn’t until I sat down to design this and thought to do a google image search for “Hawkeye symbol” that I hit upon the idea to instead make a targeting scope. This came with it’s own set of challenges—mostly in partitioning a circle into four even sections—but I think it turned out nice.

As always, you can download this pattern in my Ravelry store. The direct link to the coaster pattern is