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Warm crochet cable headband and cowl patterns made with Katia Souspir by @wolgelukjes

crochet cable headband

Hello, I am Linda Daas, @wolgelukjes on Instagram, and I love to make beautiful designs with my hands. Last summer I shared with you how to crochet a cardigan with Katia Ultrasoft in this blog. Now I’m back with a new free pattern! A set of crochet cable headband and matching cowl made with Katia Souspir, a wonderfully soft and voluminous yarn. Perfect to keep your head and neck warm! If you enjoy crocheting your own accessories such as scarves and ear warmers, scroll down and have fun with my crochet patterns. Both the neck warmer and the crochet cable headband are…

#Stripesweater by Helenas Handarbeit: Knit a seamless colorblock sweater with circular needles

Stripes sweater

Hi, I’m Helena, founder of the creative blog Helenas Handarbeit. I love making new knitwear designs, trying different yarns and sharing my ideas with the knitting community through my blog, Instagram, and Pinterest. Social media is a never-ending source of inspiration for creative minds like myself. In fact, I learned to crochet just 3 years ago thanks to YouTube, and then moved onto knitting. I love fluffy yarns, like Katia Cotton-Merino and 50 Mohair Shades. These beautiful yarns have been the source of inspiration for the #Stripesweater, with a Scandinavian style and different colored stripes. Thanks to its straight lines,…

Enjoy the Tårta Sweater by @vicky.knits! Knit this bottom-up sweater in size S-M-L-XL with chunky yarn

bottom-up sweater

Hi! My name is Vicky, and I am a knitter based in London. I discovered my passion for knitwear design in my second year of college. After finishing my apprenticeship with an Italian knitwear manufacturer, I decided to share my work with the knitting community on Instagram. T. It has grown since then and here I am, sharing my second ever self-made pattern with you on katia.com. I currently run vicky.knits in my tiny room in London. Designing, knitting and photographing all my little pieces with a lot of help from my friends and my very patient boyfriend. I love…

Lace Shawl Anat from El Club de la Calceta, a crochet pattern with a versatile design to wear all the seasons

Lace Shawl crochet pattern

Hello, I am Carmen Gómez, the hands, the head and the heart of El Club de la Calceta. At the moment I combine my job as a tourist guide with my studies to became a museum curator and my passion for handmade works. After living in Sweden for a year, I come back in Spain and I moved to Toledo where I didn’t know anyone. Back than, the weekends seemed never-ending… Until one day I bought some yarn and needles! It’s two years that crochet become my passion. I love to design shawls, I consider them versatile garments that you…

Grab your crochet hook, follow the video tutorial by Miss DIY and make your own Cozy Jumper!

How to crochet the Cozy Jumper 

Casual and comfortable! That is the look we love at the moment because it just makes us feel good. Ester from Miss DIY has just the right project: the Cozy Jumper, a maxi sweater made with the soft and warm Katia Merino Aran. This long, casual jumper features a V neck and an interesting stitch pattern at the front. It is an absolute feel-good project, not only because of its comfortable form. But also because Ester made a video tutorial to show you how to crochet the Cozy Jumper. So even beginners can indulge in the maxi sweater trend, and…

How do you knit circular toe-up socks using a magic loop? Learn how with these beautiful lace socks from Siona

circular toe-up socks

My name is Siona and I’m from Madrid, although the famous ‘mojo picón’ sauce from the Canary Islands “runs through my yarns”. It may sound a little crazy, but knitting is one of the most important things in my life. Above all, I like knitting socks best. They seem like the perfect project to take with you wherever you go. For this reason, I am happy to be sharing the pattern for my Santa Pazienzia socks, made in Kashwool, with you. Follow the lace stitch pattern and discover how to knit toe-up socks using the Magic Loop method. I started these…

Planned Pooling Top by Wilmade: Tips and video tutorial to crochet a top with Katia Magic Diamonds

Planned Pooling Top

Hi! I’m Wilma, a crochet designer from the Netherlands. Crochet started as a hobby during my Christmas break in 2014, but soon turned into more. In 2015, I started my blog Wilmade.com on which I share free crochet patterns. In 2018, I quit my job as a communication & PR officer to become a full-time designer. I’m sharing this passion with my mom who also designs crochet patterns. My granny and sister often model my designs and my husband and dad help to take pictures. It’s a real family business! I usually make shawls and hats, but lately I’ve discovered…

The Waves crochet jumper by Susi se enreda: Enjoy this pattern inspired by the sea and literature

The Waves crochet jumper

When you discover a passion in your life, the only thing you can do is let yourself go with the flow. That’s what happened to me with crochet: It came into my life to stay. Although it started as a therapy, when I was faced with a difficult work situation after my son was born, it has become an essential part of my day. I’m Susi, crocheter, librarian and creator of Susi se enreda. I adore touching yarns. Their colours fill me with energy and inspire me with ideas to create new projects. In fact, this is exactly what happened with…

Crochet an easy baby blanket with velvet yarn! Enjoy the simplicity of the Amilishly’s free pattern

baby blanket buddy

My name is Alexa, I’m 29 years old and the designer behind @Amilishly. Until February 2018 I worked as a nurse in an oncology department in a hospital. I quit this job to pursue my dream of designing full time for Amilishly. I’m spending all my time on designing crochet and knitting patterns, of which my amigurumi are my favorite. You can know me from my doll Elsa who has fun adventures with me, or from my recently released book: Amilishly Dolls, a Dutch book containing twelve Japanese-inspired amigurumi patterns. Today I’m sharing my Buddy Lars Baby Blanket made with…

Desteje combines yoga and crochet in the Manipura Shawl, an easy pattern inspired by a lotus flower

Manipura Shawl

Hello! I am Vanessa @Desteje, yoga teacher and crochet addict. I love designing crochet patterns, focusing on them from a therapeutic point of view. Crochet has a lot of benefits that help us enhance our self esteem and creativity. It also strengthens social ties, stimulates communication and creates a lot of satisfaction. However, above all, it reduces stress and anxiety. I bring my knowledge to my crochet classes to create a space full of wellbeing and relaxation. On this occasion, I have designed the Manipura shawl, inspired by the third chakra and made with 5 balls of Katia SeaCell Cotton.…