What can I crochet with my sale yarn?
The fabulous LoveCrochet SALE is on – but what are you going to make with all these gorgeous yarns? Intrepid pattern hunter Merion goes in search of some bargains!
We all love a yarn bargain. Our fabulous sale is a great opportunity to top up your stashes without spending a fortune – but it’s always nice to have a pattern in mind. So I’ve had a rummage in the sale and found some patterns to match our bargains.
I love this Easy Crochet Top by Spook Designs – it would crochet beautifully in Rowan Finest, a beautiful 4ply blend of wool, alpaca and cashmere. And at 30% off, it’s a super choice for this simple top with a gorgeous drape – and there are lots of shades to choose from!
There are several Agrarian Artisan scarf designs on LoveCrochet, and this one is absolutely delightful. It’s the perfect vehicle for showing off a variegated yarn, and Noro is famous for its wonderful colour combinations. Noro Silk Garden 4ply is a dream of a variegated yarn. You’ll need two balls to make this beautiful scarf. With 35% off, you can make some stunning gifts in advance as well as one for yourself!
I love this Flowering Almond Shawl by Zsuzsanna Makai, with its gentle pink body and almond motif edging. It’s crocheted here in a worsted weight cotton, and with 35% off Cascade Luna is an ideal yarn to use for this beautiful shawl. Cascade yarns always come in a rapturous range of shades, and Luna has 54 beautiful colours to choose from!
Who doesn’t love an oversized jumper when the weather starts to turn? This fabulous jumper from Frank & Olive requires 6 balls of Lion Brand Jiffy, a fabulous 100% acrylic yarn that comes in over 25 shades – some solid and some marled or mixed – this is a machine washable great value yarn, and it’s in the sale at 20% off!
These post stitch dishcloths have a gorgeous texture and are quick to work up in a DK cotton. Stylecraft Classique Cotton DK is a strong and sturdy cotton that comes in a great range of zesty shades that will match any kitchen or bathroom. Each 100g ball contains 184m (201 yards) of yarn, so you’ll have plenty to make a few dishcloths!