Gathered Rib Scarf

I designed this particular scarf to be on the shorter side, since I only had 2 skeins of yarn. However, it would look very nice if you have a bit more yardage to work with, also, or even in a solid color yarn! (Click photo to enlarge) Go to pattern by

A Very Good Hat

This pattern uses foundation double crochet stitches for a stretchier, more elastic brim. If you prefer, you can chain (the number of fdc listed plus 2) and dc the first round instead. The larger sizes have some slouch – for more or less slouchiness, just add or omit some of the rows that are worked […]

Berry Harvest Bandana Cowl

The stitch pattern reminds me of ripe blackberries or strawberries, and the color just adds to the yum factor! The Berry Harvest Bandana Cowl can be draped lightly across the shoulders like a lacey shawl, or you can add one button to hold it on for hands free bandana cowl style! With a coat, sweater, […]

Unique Scarf

Infinity scarves make a nice addition to almost any outfit so I decided to include a new variation to the “zebra scarf”. Originally released in 2012, it was time for an update. The pattern now includes both a regular scarf and infinity scarf, with worsted and bulky weight versions. It is easy to make and […]

Marni’s Blanket Lap Afghan

For my mom’s birthday I wanted to make something special. Her favorite color is black. I wanted to add some color so I chose a bright color to represent each of her 5 grandkids. I finished the blanket with a round of white yarn to represent the love I have for my mom and forever […]

Trinity Slouch Hat Pattern

This free slouchy hat patterns utilizes trinity stitches in two different ways, offset on the band and stacked in the body of the hat for a great textured look. The Trinity Slouch is worked bottom up and cinched at the top, which makes it ideal for those who don’t like to work hats in traditional […]

Winter Skies Free Ear Warmer

his super quick, and super easy ear warmer only uses half a skein of yarn. This simple design would be a great addition to your fall and winter wardrobe. The Winter Skies Ear Warmer would also do great at craft fairs. This pattern comes in child, adult small and adult large sizes. (Click photo to […]

Snappy Sockers

Slippers are my go-to gift item because I love them so much and everyone needs a cozy pair, right? I prefer slippers that are easy to make and don’t require a lot of construction or constant pattern watching. I’ve been wanting an easy but cute pair that is more similar to socks. I hope you […]

Loopy Love Hat Pattern

The Loopy Love Hat comes in 5 sizes to fit newborns to adults and uses the same stitches as the Loopy Love Blanket, but working in the round without turning – this creates a lovely swirling effect! If you prefer a more exact match then you can turn after joining every round. (Click photo to […]

Chevron Lace Fingerless Gloves

One of my first patterns on Moogly was the Chevron Lace Wrap – and I’m delighted to see that people are still making it! This pattern is made with DK weight yarn, for a slim and warm fit. I used a self striping sock yarn, Schachenmayr Regia Stripemania Color!

All Grown Up Ear Warmer

The All Grown Up Ear Warmer is a great stash buster, using 2 or more colors of yarn but less than 100 yards total! And it’s a great addition to your winter wardrobe – an extra layer under a coat hood when outside, alone once it warms up a bit, or around the house when […]

All Grown Up Arm Warmer

Arm warmers are awesome! Whether knit or crochet, they’re a great transition item for fall and spring, and a fantastic layering piece all winter long. And they’re perfect for cold offices and classrooms. Earlier this year I designed both knit and crochet striped arm warmers for kids, but what about the grownups? A reader request […]