Brixton Carter-Lee is the tenth square in a series designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Brixton is handsome, charming, energetic, and quick-witted. Oh, he loves sports and bugs too! The Brixton Carter-Lee Square is available on on Love Crafts, Ribblr,Makerist, Ravelry and Creative Fabrica.
Lauren Rose, Macey Ann, Marley Mae, Kinnedy Nichelle, Madux James, Landyn Tahj, Jalen Stanley, Olivia Grace and Jalen Miles are available in previous blogs. 🙂
Jalen Miles is the ninth square in a series, designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Jalen Miles is a happy, fun-loving young man who loves his family. He is an exceptional athlete; football is his gift and future! I’m excited to see what his future and accomplishments. The Jalen Miles Square is available on on Love Crafts, Ribblr,Makerist, Ravelry and Creative Fabrica.
Lauren Rose, Macey Ann, Marley Mae, Kinnedy Nichelle, Madux James, Landyn Tahj, Jalen Stanley and Olivia Grace are available in previous blogs. 🙂
Over 6,000 free downloads of Olivia Grace and Jalen Stanley squares since the March 21st announcement!! I’ve received a few pictures of finished squares, but would love to see more color interpretations. If you’d like to share your finished square please post to my Facebook page. ❤️🧶
Throughout the world we’ve all been asked to stay at home or use social distancing. I am happy to provide my two paid patterns, Jalen Stanley and Olivia GraceFREE on Ravelry through the end of March with coupon codes STAYHOME2020 (Jalen) and STAYATHOME2020 (Olivia) to assist with that request. Enjoy!
Olivia Grace is the eighth square in a series, designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Olivia is the youngest of my grandchildren and just learned to walk. She is cheerful, loving and always excited to explore. Olivia’s big brother is the best thing EVER!
Jalen Stanley is the seventh square in a series, designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. My oldest grandson Jalen is smart, inquisitive and a master of trivia. He is a kind, quiet and thoughtful young man with an old soul. This lefty pitcher “lives and loves baseball”!
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched — they must be felt with the heart.” -Helen Keller Free pattern below:• easy intermediate skill level written pattern;• 39 stitches per side;• 11″ x 11” – 4.5 mm hook / 12” x 12” – 5 mm hook;• pattern uses… Read more
Apart together may seem like an oxymoron but to me it’s an example of a beautiful and independent love. 💕 an ending intermediate to advanced skill level written pattern; users can click on links to go back and forth from a word/stitch and the corresponding picture. No more scrolling when you need to check a… Read more
The Ultimate Granny Squares Sourcebook: 100 Contemporary Motifs to Mix and Match, by Meteoor Books is available for early release at the Meteoor Books and available on Amazon November 1, 2019. This unique granny square collection combines the styles of 23 creative designers from all over the world. I am thrilled to be one of… Read more
Today the phrase “head over heels” means to fall madly in love, but in the 14th century it literally meant to do a somersault. The first mention of love was made in 1883, and for anyone who’ve been head over heels in love, it is akin to a somersault; the world feels like it’s upside… Read more
The Sweet Delusions Square is August’s featured square in the BAMCAL 2022 group on Ravelry. I’ve designed a square for this fun and supportive group a few times before and so happy to provide another one this year. So head on over and join! Free pattern below• a beginning intermediate skill level written pattern;• 39… Read more
There are so many ways to use a crocheted afghan crochet square other than in a blanket. Yesterday I discovered this beautiful handmade bag made by Simona Biolghini using one of my designs – Landyn Tahj Square. Check out all her other bags too! Facebook: simona.biolghini, Instagram: simoknits, Pinterest: Simona Biolghini
It’s the little things that make life big – so remember to smile, help others, be grateful, connect with nature, slow down and live in the present. Enjoy the simple wonders of life. an intermediate skill level written pattern; users can click on links to go back and forth from a word/stitch and the corresponding… Read more
The Fancy Nancy Square is an ending-intermediate to beginning advanced skill level written pattern with rnd-by-rnd pictures and videos. Links allowing users to go back and forth from a word/stitch and corresponding picture are embedded into the pattern. No more scrolling when you need to check a definition or rnd-by-rnd pictures for details; 39 stitches… Read more
The Brood of Angels Square is an interpretation and expression of love for my diverse family. We came from many different backgrounds and our kindred grew strong with lots of laughs and love. advanced skill level pattern with rnd-by-rnd pictures and videos; includes embedded links that allow users to go back and forth from a… Read more
Have you ever met someone whose kind gesture changed the trajectory of your craft? I have, and this square is for Margaret. 39 stitches per side; square to use for a blanket; 11’ x 11” – 4.5 mm hook; 12” x 12” – 5 mm hook; uses sc, hdc, FPhdc, BPhdc, dc, FPdc, BPdc, BLdc,… Read more
Carter Jude is the eleventh and final square in a series designed as a legacy for my grandchildren. Carter is an inquisitive, high energy little guy with an intensity level to match! He loves to wrestle! Lauren Rose, Macey Ann, Marley Mae, Kinnedy Nichelle, Madux James, Landyn Tahj, Jalen Stanley, Olivia Grace, Jalen Miles and… Read more
I’m looking for experienced crocheters to test my crochet designs. I started a new FaceBook group exclusively for A Yarn of Serendipity designs. Being a member of this group does not require a member to test all patterns. At this time, my patterns are 11″ – 12″ afghan squares, but in the future, I plan to design a border to place around the squares.
I use a four-phase testing system. A call for testing begins with Phase I. When the call for testing goes out, I usually allow 2 weeks to complete the test. Initial testing should catch most obvious errors, and each following testing phase will detect subtle errors and inconsistencies. With the completion of each phase, a call for testing of the next phase will be announced. You can only test once per pattern.
Phase 1: Initial testing (minimum – 3 testers)
Phase 2: Intermediate testing (minimum – 2 testers)
Phase 3: Ending testing (minimum – 1 tester)
Phase 4: Pre-release testing (minimum – 1 tester)
If you have an eye for detail, feel comfortable reading patterns and are interested in joining my Facebook group, please email me at AYarnofSerendipity@gmx.com. Thanks!