This pattern uses a traditional crochet motif of shells that are opened by chain 1 in the center and the mobius design keeps the pattern moving constantly with no apparent beginning or end. Made in Blue Sky Alpacas Suri Merino by designer Jenny Raymond, our last Ravelry design winner feature. Find this free crochet pattern on her blog Jonquil Mom.
Designer Cathy Carron's fitted Scoop Pullover with ribbing details in Blue Sky Alpacas Worsted Hand Dyes #2007 Light Blue will accentuate and flatter you and your wardrobe this fall. Find this great pattern in the Interweave Knits Fall 2009 issue.
Babies grow so quickly that many baby knits aren’t even worn for an entire season. This baby dress / toddler and child tank changes that! Put Acerola on your infant as a dress, and she can wear it later as a tank. Cute details, like a textured stitch pattern and a ruffled edge, make this a knit that will be treasured! A Ravelry winner featured design by Tonya Wagner.
"Cinnamon Grace" by Kate Harris is one of four Ravelry design contest winners.
Pampering your neck in luscious baby alpaca, and indulging your
fashion sense with graceful ruffles, the Cinnamon Grace is a delicious
blend of scarf and shawl, versatile as the spice itself. Shown in Blue Sky Melange, 804 Cinnamon.
As seen in A Stitch In Time, a book with vintage knitting and crochet patterns from 1920-1949. This book can be purchased at Knitonthenet.com.