Featured Designer: Kate Sinclair/Love Eleven ~ FREE & Paid Crochet Patterns
Welcome to another edition of Around the Web Wednesday! Today we have a special feature of Kate Sinclair of Love Eleven. She has a wonderful collection of both free and paid crochet patterns, and today we would like to showcase some of her hottest designs for you. So have a browse here and also be sure to check out her entire pattern collection at her Ravelry Store.
Currently Kate is running a special sale and has provided us with two coupon codes that you can use depending on your order:
Add (3) patterns to your cart and get $3 off your total purchase using coupon code “Oh No!”
Add (5) patterns to your cart and get $5 off your total purchase using coupon code “Accident”
She did not specify how long the sale will continue, but if you follow her Love Eleven Facebook Page you’ll be notified of when it ends.
Another perk for following her on Facebook is notifications of her new release sales which she likes to hold for 24-48 hours for each new pattern release. Last, but not least, she has a rewards program in which she gives away free patterns.
So let’s get started with some of her free and hot designs and then we’ll move on to showcase some of her paid patterns.
This cute little heart only asks for 5 minutes of your time, and it’ll give you a lifetime of love. The finished measurement is 1.75″ to 2.5″ depending on yarn and hook size. It’s got many uses from appliqueing baby items to hats and bags as well as on envelopes. Or, attach a chain of yarn and use it for a bookmark!
This cowl pattern features a number of options, and one of them includes instructions for beginners. It includes instructions on how to customize the width to any measurement as you like, and the colors are left to your imagination, making it easy for you to match your favorite outfits.
One thing I love about Kate’s designs is her ability to use a number of stitches to create a beautiful look on the overall design. And this is one of my personal favorites… she’s got just enough ribbing, followed by an open stitch and then finished off with a nice wavy textured edge to compliment any of your favorite outfits.
Last, but definitely not least, we have this gorgeous blanket design. The finished size is 36″, making it great for a baby blanket. However, given the pretty lacy design I would love this as a pretty doily for a round coffee table.
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