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Plaited Throw

Abacus Blanket

Kaleidoscope Eyes Blanket

Spoolin' Around Blanket

Color Reel Blanket

This Way Blanket

Rows of Posies Blanket

Prism Blanket

Under the Awning Blanket

Chasing Rainbows Blanket

Brighton Blanket

Monet's Garden Throw

Confections Blanket

Triangle of Triangles Scarf

Cottage Garden Blanket

V-Stitch Placemat & Napkin Ring
V-Stitch Placemat & Napkin Ring

Ruffled Ribbons Blanket

Eventide Blanket

Circle Takes the Square Blanket

Treasures in the Sand Wrap

Garden Terrace Infinity Scarf

Basket of Rainbows Blanket

Happy Harlequin Blanket

Pansy Parade Blanket

Rainbow Sprinkles Blanket

Arlington Blanket

Coming Home Blanket

Irish Sea Blanket

Mama's Wash Cloth

Sea Song Blanket

Mermaid Me Blanket

Puzzle Patch Blanket

Bike Basket Bunting

Spring into Summer Blanket

Painted Pixels Blanket

Melon Berry Rug

It's Stashing Tote

Cwtch Cowl and Hood

I Heart Boot Cuffs

Cuppy Cakes Blanket

Mariposa Throw


Citrus Stripe Blanket

Love Notes Blanket

Little Dutch Girl Blanket and Pillow

Rolling Ridge Blanket

Vintage Fleur Blanket

Loopsy Daisy Coverlet and Wrap

Crazy-Good Mat and Blanket

Candy Stick Blanket

Trek Bracelet

Breath of Heaven Baby Blanket


Star Fruit Blanket and Rug

Patch Me a Line Blanket

Bright as a Button Blanket

Flying Colors Blanket

Paintbrush Pillow and Afghan

Pointillism Posie

http://www.feltedbutton.com/2012/08/free-crochet-pattern-granny-cuff.html      free, crochet pattern, felted button

Olivia's Flower

    What the Boot Cuff?

     Waikiki Wildlfower 


      Granny Stripe Squared


Mandala and Stool Cover

     Ring Around the Wristers

      Infinity Blossom Cowl

     Ombre String Cowl

      Felted Button iPad Bag

      Ombre Ruffle Blanket


      Sea Ice Cowl

    Sea Ice Mittens

    Puffy Patch Quilt


       Let's Twirl Baby Blanket and Rug

     Doodle Dots Blanket


     Dit Dah Blanket


39 comments:

  1. You honestly have the CUTEST patterns! I love, love, love them...all of them...no really...I do. You are so talented.

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    1. Thanks, Mary! You are too kind!

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  2. love your patterns, everything is so bright and cheery!

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    1. Thank you so much! I am admittedly addicted to color!

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  3. your patterns are great, I just love them, so colourful :)

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    1. Thanks, Ewa! I appreciate the sweet feedback!

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  4. Beautiful patterns and colors! Thanks for sharing free ones :)
    Simona

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    1. Thank you! And you are so welcome!

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  5. Your patterns are a breath of fresh air. I love them and the color is amazing. I definitely will be back to purchase and want to try a free one or two as well. Thanks for sharing your talent. CJ

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  6. Thank you, CJ! I really love color and so enjoy working with it in my designs! I hope you enjoy them!

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  7. These patterns are all so wonderful! Now if only I could find some excuses to make more blankets...

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    1. Lol! I so understand, Breanna!

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  8. Have you ever considered bundling your patterns into an e-book or combining them for sale? There are so many patterns I would love to buy and try, but I would be much more interested in purchasing them at a higher price for multiple patterns at a discount over the individual pattern price.

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    1. Thanks for this suggestion, Erin! I currently have a listing on Etsy for 3 for $12, if you are interested!

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  9. Beautiful! You do gorgeous work!

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    1. Thank you, Cheryl! I really love this work, too, which is such a blessing!

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  10. love the rainbow speckless blanket

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    1. Thank you! I am really happy with the bright colors falling against the white background into a colorful little pile!

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  11. Love all the rainbow color blankets!

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  12. Your work is beautiful. I'm wondering, if I gave you a picture of an item, would be able to recreate it?

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    1. Thank you for the kind words, Becky. I don't know. That is not the type of work I do.

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  13. I am so glad I found your patterns. I bought a tone of Red Heart Unforgettable when it was on sale and I had no idea what to do with it. I can't wait to work up the Sea Song blanket so I can buy more of your adorable patterns! Cheers!, Monica

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Monica! And believe me, I'm happy to help with ideas for what to do with yarn!! ;)

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  14. Hi Susan. Discovered your site today and love your designs. I love all the bright colors. Can't wait for all of the holiday hubbub to be over so I can start on the patterns I've downloaded. I've subscribed to your blog and look forward to your new designs.

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    1. So happy you found me, Dana! I completely understand about getting in the hooking groove as soon as life quiets a bit. I've got lots of projects swirling in my head and I'm looking forward to some peaceful and creative times ahead!

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  15. I tried to post this comment once already and I don't think it worked because I don't see it. If I just posted it a second time, I apologize. Anyway, I just purchased the pattern for your Mermaid Me blanket and wanted to know if you had suggestions for making it adult size. I'm sure I could figure it out on my own through trial and error but if you already have an idea in mind, I would appreciate the shared information. I want to make sure I get enough yarn in the right dye lot to even start the project. Thanks!!

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    1. Alicia,
      I suggest adjusting it my adding columns in the center of the blanket for width and additional rows in the middle for length. This might change the proportions slightly, but not significantly! (And dye lot is not critical as the motifs are randomly distributed so they are not noticeably "off" next to each other--does that make sense?) Have fun with the pattern!

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    2. It was suggested that I double up on yarn for an adult size. Does that sound about right? Also, how long does it take you to make one?

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  16. wow your great... and one of a kind...with one of a kind patterns... ty so much for sharing...

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    1. Thank you for your kind words! You are most welcome.

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  17. Parabéns! Seus trabalhos são maravilhosos!

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  18. I just finished the Mermaid Me blanket. Not sure why my fringe doesn't look as long as your's. Suggestions? I have picture, not sure if I can post it here.

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    1. I'm not certain what is happening. Feel free to message me on Facebook with a picture.

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  19. I love your designs! I have purchased several of your patterns and tried some of the free ones. I was wondering if you could help me find a pattern? I thought it was yours. I saw it online a while ago but can't find it again. It looked like chains were braided into a web. Have you seen anything like this?

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    1. Hmmm. I can't think of it. Anyone else here know? And thank you for the sweet comment.

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    2. Hmmm. I can't think of it. Anyone else here know? And thank you for the sweet comment.

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    3. Hmmm. I can't think of it. Anyone else here know? And thank you for the sweet comment.

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  20. I have never tried any of your patterns but I will be in the very near future. I love them all and don't know where to start. :-)

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