Woolly Chic Designs


Harmony of Leaves Crochet Scarf pattern


Looking back at 2018, one of the highlights was designing the Harmony of Leaves crochet scarf pattern and receiving lots of positive feedback from everyone at it’s launch at Yarnporium. The pattern was designed originally in Fair Cotton as a shawl to wear to my brother-in-law’s wedding, but I realised[…]

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Woolly Christmas Gift Ideas

Woolly Christmas Gift Ideas It popped up on Facebook the other day that there are only 40 knitting days to Christmas!  Eeek!  Now, I am not a speedy knitter, but I love giving handmade presents as opposed to shop bought ones.  So, if you are like me and as time[…]

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London Fashion Week and Positive Fashion

Last week I gained a small insight into the world of high fashion at London Fashion Week (LFW), one of the world’s biggest fashion events.  I am so proud to have been invited to work with Sam D’Cruze on her Darkest Star 2018 Autumn Winter collection that she launched at[…]

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Bags of Inspiration

Here at Woolly Chic it has recently all been about the bags!  In the last few weeks, I have launched my new Mandala bag kit, hosted a brilliant Bag-Along event and finished my BetsyMakes Star Flower Bag.   In this blog post I thought I would share some of bag designs[…]

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Launching New Kit at Yarndale


I am super excited to be launching a new Learn to Crochet Mandalas kit at Yarndale next weekend. The kit includes a specially designed Woolly Chic tote bag, a Learn to Crochet Guide, crochet hook and 4 balls of Woolly Chic Welsh wool. Mandala is the Sanskrit word for circle[…]

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Introducing the Hexie Handbag


It’s a new year and I am so excited to be launching a new crochet kit.  I started playing around with the design for a handbag using crochet hexagons whilst on holiday in Italy.  After months of trying to get the handle right and testing the pattern for errors (thank[…]

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Share the Love – Free Heart Pattern


Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day are just round the corner and so here is a crochet heart pattern just for you.  Make in DK or 4ply yarn and stuff with fibrefill toy stuffing, add a bead and you will have an instant love token! Abbreviations (UK) ch                    chain dc                    double[…]

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