My father’s mother was a crochet pro! Every member of my family has a ripple throw to prove it. These throws are now one of my first “woolly” memories.
As a young girl, I was always intrigued by her projects, and I wanted to learn how to do them too.
So I started to crochet as a child, but I really only got back into it as an adult, thanks to Edie Eckman (I own all her books on the subject).
Today, I would like to share with you a selection of my favourite crochet patterns and introduce you to artists who are inspiring us at the moment.
Don’t forget to use the hashtag #julieasselin on Instagram and to tag julieasselin on Ravelry so I can see all your projects!
- Anzen – Simone Francis
- The Campfire Cardigan – Jess Coppom
- Hanabira – Eline Alcocer
- The Habitat Cardigan – Jess Coppom
- Abuelita – by Meghan Fernandes
- Finesse – by Melissa Thibault
- Water Clover – Isa Catepillán
- Tannery Falls – by Sara Delaney
- Anastasie – Melissa Thibault
- Hotel of Bees Shawl – Christina Hadderingh
- Sea of Flames Shawl – Christina Hadderingh
- Sidewalk Shawl – Kimberly K. McAlindin
- Sunny Spread – Ellen Gormley
- Giant Giant Granny Square Blanket – Purl Soho
- Four Points Baby Blanket – Purl Soho
- Learn to Crochet a Granny Square Blanket – Purl Soho
- Ferns Beanie – Nomad Stitches
- Single Crochet Cap – Purl Soho
- Lucie – ACCROchet
- Olivia’s Butterfly – Valerie Whitten
- Aurōre – Melissa Thibault
- Winter Mountain Mittens – Nomad Stitches
- Neon Love Mitts – Meghan Fernandes
- Fingerlesss Gloves -Maaike van Koert
FOR THE HOME
- Mëlie’s dishcloth – Melissa Thibault
- Fruity Trivets & Pot Holders – Purl Soho
- French Market Bag – Alexandra Tavel
- Face Scrubbie – Melissa Thibault