New Pattern – The Spiral Beanie

A brand new pattern is out today …

The gorgeous Spiral Beanie to match my cute little Spiral Mitts.  It’s worked from the brim up so you can check it fits every step of the making process which I love. It’s an easy, very eye catching pattern, that more advanced beginners can manage without difficulty. It’s been tested by 4 lovely pattern testers with a range of skill level. I’ll pop back on with a round up of their pics very soon.

I ran a great offer for it’s launch, it was totally free when the matching Mitts pattern was purchased. Unfortunately the offer is now finished. But you can still purchase either or both patterns. Links below

Here’s the links if you want to check them out:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spiral-mitts-7

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spiral-hat-25

Hope you love them, let me know what you think in the comments.

I have a gorgeous Crochet fluffy pom pom pattern in the pipeline that will finish the hat off beautifully. Subscribe to the blog to make sure you see that pattern, it’s going to be free on the blog.

xx

3 thoughts on “New Pattern – The Spiral Beanie”

    1. Jan from The Crafty Therapist – Inverness Scotland – I'm an Eco Crochet Designer and Natural Therapist striving to tread more gently on Mama Earth. I live in the beautiful Scottish Highlands, with my husband and three boys, along with our big fluffy cat. We strive to be as plastic free as possible and reuse whatever we can. I even reuse bread bags by turning them into Plarn (plastic yarn) to crochet bags with! I have a tutorial on my blog on how to make plarn and plan to publish my bag patterns. I mainly use natural products, recycled and eco friendly yarns that don't harm the earth, where-ever possible.Through sharing my experiences, on my blog and social media, of using greener yarns and products and designing crochet patterns using these yarns, I hope to encourage you to consider eco friendly choices too. Not just for crafts but for all our everyday buying decisions too. You can find my crochet patterns on my blog, Ravelry, LoveCrafts and published in Happily Hooked Magazine.

      Thank you, I thought it would be a great launch gift

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