Published Crochet Designs

These are my published designs. They are listed most recent first. Where available I have included a link to where the pattern can be found or purchased online. For patterns available thru my Ravelry Store I have included a link that will allow you to purchase the pattern without being a member of Ravelry.

Eleonora Shawl

Eleonora Shawlette

Eleonora Shawlette, M2H Designs – March 2015

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Springtime Headband

Springtime Headband, M2H Designs – March 2015 on Blog

Perfect Fit Crocheted Hat

Perfect Fit Crocheted Hat

Perfect Fit Crocheted Hat, M2H Designs – February 2015

Twisted Garden Cowl

Twisted Garden Cowl

Twisted Garden Cowl, M2H Designs – November 2014   Buy it Now

Spiraling Crosses Gauntlets

Spiraling Crosses Gauntlets

Spiraling Crosses Gauntlets, M2H Designs – September 2014

Photo Courtesy of Annies

Photo Courtesy of Annies

Winged Columns Wrap, Crochet! Magazine presents “Crochet Gifts in 1-2-3”, August 2014

Photo courtesy MainlyCrochet.com

Photo courtesy MainlyCrochet.com

Twisted Granny Mobius, mainly crochet.com, December 2013

Photo courtesy of Red Heart Yarns

Photo courtesy of Red Heart Yarns

Bride’s Garter, Red Heart Yarns website, November 2013

Photo courtesy of MainlyCrochet.com

Photo courtesy of MainlyCrochet.com

Granny Fans Scarf, mainlycrochet.com, August 2013

Greek Squares Afghan

Greek Squares Afghan, Crochet World Magazine, August 2013

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Photo courtesy of Soho Publishing

Cascading Heart Necklaces, Crochet Red Booklet, Soho Publishing, August 2013

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Knotty Necklace & Knotty Little Cowl, Crochet! Magazine, August 2013

Photo courtesy of Red Heart

Photo courtesy of Red Heart

Flowered Wedding Favor, Red Heart North America, April 2013

Necklace Swatch

Sea & Sand Necklace, Crochet World Magazine, June 2013

Photo courtesy of Crochet World / Annie's Publishing

Photo courtesy of Crochet World / Annie’s Publishing

Butterfly Days Baby Set, Crochet World Magazine, June 2013

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies Publishing

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies Publishing

Big Beads Necklace, Crochet! Magazine, Spring 2013

Photo courtesy of Crochet 1-2-3/Valu Publishing

Photo courtesy of Crochet 1-2-3/Valu Publishing

Seasonless Wrap, Crochet 1-2-3, Issue #4 , February 2013

Photo courtesy of Red Heart Yarn

Photo courtesy of Red Heart Yarn

Easy Crochet Wristers, Red Heart Yarns website

Photo courtesy of Leisure Arts Publishing

Photo courtesy of Leisure Arts Publishing

“Texting Mitts” Booklet – 8 fingerless mitt designs, Leisure Arts – January 2013, available as an Ebook  at leisurearts.com

Photo courtesy of Crochet 1-2-3 / Valu-Publishing

Photo courtesy of Crochet 1-2-3 / Valu-Publishing

Little Cables Cap, Crochet 1-2-3 – Issue #3 December 2012

Photo courtesy of Annie's

Photo courtesy of Annie’s

Maurine’s Angel,  Crochet World – December 2012

A Bear for All SeasonsPhoto courtesy of Annie's/Crochet World

Photo courtesy of Annie’s/Crochet World

A Bear for All Seasons, Crochet World – December 2012

Photos courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annie’s

Mountain Ruana, Crochet! Magazine Special Issue: Warm & Cozy Crochet – Fall 2012

©2012 Susan Pittard

©2012 Susan Pittard

Skirt the Issue (wrap skirt), Curvy Girl Crochet: 25 patterns that fit and flatter – September 2012

Photo courtesy of Red Heart Yarn

Day of the Dead Earrings, RedHeart.com – September 2012

Photo courtesy of NaturallyCaron.com

Photo courtesy of NaturallyCaron.com

Silver Legacy Vest, NaturallyCaron.com – Autumn 2012

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies

Triangle Magic Scarf, Crochet! Magazine – Autumn 2012

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies

Photo courtesy of Crochet! Magazine/Annies

Ruffled Sparks Clutch, Crochet! Magazine – Autumn 2012

Photo courtesy of Crochet World/Annie's

Photo courtesy of Crochet World/Annie’s

Button Showcase Bracelet, Crochet World – June 2012

Victorian Sweetheart Pillow, Crochet World – February 2012

Tumbling Leaves Scarf – M2H Designs

Tumbling Leaves Scarf, M2H Designs – January 2012  Buy Now

Plum’s the Word Shawlette – DRG Publishing

Plum’s the Word Shawlette, Crochet! Magazine Web Extra – Winter 2011

Photo courtesy of Interweave Press

Isosceles Scarf, Interweave Crochet Accessories – 2011; this pattern is also available individually as a digital download thru the Interweave website.

Sparkling Lace Shrug – DRG Publishing

Sparkling Lace Shrug, Crochet! Magazine Autumn 2011 – September 2011

Crystal Eyelet Table Runner – DRG Publishing

Crystal Eyelet Table Runner, Crochet! Magazine Autumn 2011 – September 2011

DRG – Crochet! Magazine Photo

Right-Angle Wrap, Crochet! Magazine – July 2011

Glittery Beaded Cuff – M2H Designs

Glittery Beaded Cuff – July 2011

Teen Throw – Caron International

Teen Throw – June 2011

Summer Shower Scrubbie – M2H Designs

Summer Shower Scrubbie – June 2011

Spice Island Lace Drop Shawl – SoHo Publishing

Spice Island Lace Drop Shawl in “Go Crafty! Crochet Friendship Shawls” – May 2011

Field the Lamb, Crochet World – April 2011

Field the Lamb, Crochet World – April 2011

Spiral in a Heart – M2H Designs

Spiral in a Heart – February 2011

Luv Bug – M2H Designs

Luv Bug – January 2011 available as a 2 page PDF or Tablet version PDF

Buy Regular 2 page PDF, Buy Tablet Version PDF

Little Christmas Wreath – M2H Designs

Little Christmas Wreath – December 2010 Buy Now

5 Snowflakes – Universal Yarn

Garden Collection Volume 1: Snowflakes – December 2010

Little Wing Shawlette – M2H Designs

Little Wing Shawlette – November 2010

Little Noggin Cap – M2H Designs

Little Bitty Noggin Cap – November 2010

Roundabout Hat

Roundabout Hat, Crochet! Magazine: Celebrate the Season – Fall 2010

Lace Embrace Shawl

Lace Embrace Shawl in the “Leisure Arts #5267, Debbie Macomber Blossom Street Collection, Book 3” – August 2010

Flat Fuzzy Friend

Flat Fuzzy Friend – Summer 2010

Lace Hat

Lacy Hat – May 2010

Pretty Petunia – M2H Designs

Pretty Petunia – May 2010

Lace With A Twist Wrap – DRG Publishing

Lace with a Twist Wrap, Crochet! Magazine – March 2010

Little Heart

Little Heart – February 2010

Mitered Dishcloths – Coats & Clark

Mitered Dishcloths in Coats and Clarks “Vintage Crochet for Your Home” – January 2011

Crochet Lace Fingerless Mitts – Coats & Clark

Crochet Lace Fingerless Mitts – October 2009

Responses

  1. Hello Andee, I have recently run across the pattern for your beautiful Ruffled Sparks Clutch. And, what I would like to know is if I could possibly tweak the pattern to a smaller size? I am wanting more of a 7″x4″ and want to possibly just put a zipper in the top rather than the flap. Since the ruffles are crocheted along with the body and not added later…..that is where I’m not quite sure what to do. Could you give me some advice? I love love that you have come up with another way to use the sashay. Thank you very much and Im already wanting to make several of your other things.

    • Hi Rhonda, I would recommend that you read thru the pattern thoroughly, then do a bit of swatching to check how your gauge works up and to get used to how the Sashay is incorporated in the fabric. It’s really very simple and it should be easy for you to adjust the pattern for a smaller bag. As to putting a zipper on the top, you might want to make a fabric lining that you sew the zipper into, then hand-sew the lining into the bag. Otherwise you may find it difficult to make the zipper fit neatly in the bag. If you are on Ravelry be sure to post a picture of how it comes out for you.

  2. Ah thanks, I’ve done a lining before in a puff stitch clutch once. Should be easy. So there’s really no “multiple to be concerned about in stitches or rows then? It seemed like you do a plain single crocheted bottom of the bag, then continue on around and up the bag for a little ways. Then when you get the depth of the width of the ruffle, you start crocheting with both yarns for a row and sc a row to put the ruffle on for a little ways. If I’m adding a zipper, would you recommend adding an extra row of sc to stitch the zipper into, so as not to get too close the ruffled row?

    • Dear Rhonda,
      I think you have it all figured out, in fact it looks like to me that you are answering your own questions. Trust yourself. There is always going to be a bit of experimentation when tweaking a pattern. Don’t be afraid if you have to alternate crocheting and ripping out to get something that really works for you. As for the extra row of sc, again experiment. Make your lining with the zipper in it once you have the crochet work to the size you want. Don’t cut your yarn on the bag yet and baste in the lining/zipper. Then decide, do you like the way it looks?

      Most importantly…Have Fun…there are no Crochet Police.

  3. Thank goodness!! Hehehehehe….Ok. Thanks a bunch for your guidance. I should be able to start it this weekend. And, I will be sure and send you a pic.


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