Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks, Vol 13 – Mandalas, Motifs & Grannys!

It’s time to start on those afghan, throws, baby blankets, pillows, bedding, hot pads, dish cloths, coasters, place mats, ornaments, jewelry and even purses to finish in time for all of the gifts you are giving this year; Birthdays, Graduation, College care packages, Baby Showers, New Arrivals, Anniversaries, and YES, Even Christmas! This week’s edition of Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks, Vol 13, features 20 patterns with everything you need to create your projects using Mandalas, Motifs & Grannys – and they are all FREE patterns! Don’t forget to subscribe to this blog, so you’ll never miss an edition of Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks! Oh and if you haven’t done so already, run right over and enter my giveaway of the OttLite 18W Floor Lamp with Accessory Tray (ends 2/23 11:59p PST)
Wendys Weekly Pattern Picks Vol13 The Hooked
The numbered photo collage corresponds to the numbered link list below!

  1. Granny Heart Motif
  2. Granny Heart Square
  3. Starburst Square
  4. Little Star
  5. Sophie’s Mandala
  6. Daisy
  7. Forever Lace Block
  8. Magic Spike Mandala
  9. The Ship’s Helm
  10. Angel Heart Granny Square
  11. Apples
  12. Flowers
  13. Mandala Rug
  14. The Windmill Square
  15. Chasing Chevrons
  16. Batik Flower Granny Square
  17. Not Granny’s Bangle
  18. Glory
  19. April Square
  20. Mini Rings Of Change

With the new “celebrity status” of The Stella Slouch, the pattern is on sale for 2.99! Click here or here add to your cart to get in on the Celebration Savings! (ends 2/24 11:59p PST)

HOHD #88 - Stella Slouch Hat is #1 The Hooked Haberdasher

Wishing you a WONDERFUL Mandala, Motif & Granny Week – See you next week for Wendy’s Weekly Pattern Picks, Vol 14!

♥ ~ Wendy 

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About thehookedhaberdasher

I was blessed with two dear Grandmothers who were wonderfully gifted and loved all the arts of handcrafting. At their knee, a wee little blonde girl learned the fine art of crochet under their wise and talented tutelage. Now that little girl has grown up and enjoys a lifestyle that affords me the time to put hooks, yummy yarns and fibers back into my hands, returning to the joy and fun of the art of handcrafted crochet. I am awed by the talent and creative patterns of modern new designers, but still enjoy the beauty of vintage patterns as well. My mind and hands are never idle, designing and handcrafting stylishly beautiful, practical, cozy, comfy, sweet and cute wearables and loveables for old and young alike. As a very detail oriented artist, I design and crochet with love, embracing the virtues bequested to me by those two beautiful Grandmothers.

Posted on February 18, 2015, in Free Patterns, Giveaways, on sale, PATTERNS, Wendy's Weekly Pattern Picks and tagged , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I know my question is not related to the topic of this post, but I did not see how else to communicate with you. And of the many resources that I have reviewed today, you seem the most knowledgeable. So I thought that I would give this a try. I would like to make the cloche hats in the link below for my granddaughters for Easter. However, the pattern has been translated from another language. I am clueless on what some of the terms mean.

    Are you either able to “re”translate the pattern (for a fee) or can you direct me to a site that might have the same pattern in more American English terms or can you direct me to a different source for assistance? I have looked at your previous post regarding cloches. And while those mentioned are attractive, I prefer the ones in the post that I have linked to.

    I appreciate any direction that you can give me.


    • thehookedhaberdasher1

      When looking at the link you provided, the hat body appears to be made with the “double crochet V stitch”, i.e. dc 1, ch1, dc 1 all into the same st, repeat around. However, it is probably a good idea to follow the charted symbol diagram also. If you are unfamiliar with chart symbols and their meanings, here is a wonderful PDF link that you can download from the Crochet Yarn Council of America 🙂 Hope this helps you!


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