Sunday 7 of my favorite yarn projects. So much yarny goodness in one spot! #knit #crochet #yarn

Sunday 7 – Favorite Yarn Projects

My site has been hacked, and it is the most infuriating thing I’ve ever been through.I have someone working on it now, and I am praying the fix works, because fixing what’s been broken has been an all-consuming challenge.

But, for continuity’s sake, I have done up a Sunday 7 for you. This one is based on my favorite crochet and knit patterns! I hope you enjoy it, and find some new projects to make yourself.

Sunday 7 of my favorite yarn projects. So much yarny goodness in one spot! #knit #crochet #yarn

Sunday 7 – Favorite Knit and Crochet Patterns

I love to knit and crochet. I’ve crocheted since I was about 4, and knit since I was pregnant with my 11 year old! I love all sorts of projects, and have made a few of them over and over again. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do.

  1. Round Ripple Afghan, crochet. There are a ton of round ripple afghan patterns, and mine came from a book I lost in a fire. However, it is very much like this one. This is a free version, but there are so so many out there.
  2. French Press Felted Slippers by Melynda Bernardi, knit. These came to my attention from Stephanie at and I fell in love with them. I have made some for my mom, my kid’s teachers, and a few others. They are easy, and really cool to see the felting process.
  3. Pirate Hat by me, knit. Of course I have to include my favorite of my own patterns. This one has appeared in the Knit pattern a day calendar. It is a great beginner 2 color project with an easy to follow chart.
  4. Subway Cable by The Yarn Girls, knit. I love love love this sweater pattern. It was an easy to follow cable pattern, and with thick yarn it went quick. I made it for my sister in law and for my mom, and both loved it.
  5. Crochet Owl Hat by Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me, crochet. I adore these owl hats, and they are available FOR FREE in baby, child, and adult sizes. They are so cute, and I have given and sold a ton of them. Sarah has a bunch of awesome crochet goodies, but this hat is my favorite.
  6. Owls by Kate Davies, knit. This sweater pattern is one of my favorite sweaters. I have made a couple of them, and the owl design is so subtle, clever, and adorable.
  7. LadyBug Socks by Samantha Roshak, knit. I love making socks, it was the reason I taught myself to knit. This is one of my favorite patterns, it has great lady bug detail.

The perfect pattern for a baby blanket, the round ripple is simple and impressive. An awesome transformation using wool and hot water to create adorable slippers. The Subway Cable is a wonderful entry into cabling. It is easy with a beautiful outcome.  Crocheted owl hats in baby, child, and adult sizes. For Free!The perfect, delicate, clever sweater design. These bring my love of socks and love of lady bugs together!

Enjoy this list! Share your favorite patterns in the comments.

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