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Valley Yarns 497 Campfire Pullover

The Valley Yarns Campfire Pullover in warm, vibrant colors of Berkshire Bulky yarn make this simple colorwork pullover a cold weather favorite. It’s worked seamlessly from bottom-up with raglan sleeves and a front-back reversible neckline. In this video, designer Kirsten Hipsky talks about why she's so excited about this new addition to the Valley Yarns pattern line.

Valley Yarns 483 Wavy Gravy Mittens Video

The Valley Yarns Wavy Gravy Mittens feature a thumb gusset for comfort and an easy geometric colorwork pattern. The bulky weight yarn helps these mittens fly off the needles.

Valley Yarns 439 Fleur de Sel Cardigan Review

Worked side-to-side Valley Yarns Fleur de Sel Cardigan has wide overlapping front panels with a flattering square neckline. The lace pattern is just one row so its easy to memorize, and the mostly double crochet sleeves keep the project moving quickly.

Valley Yarns 432 Gnomey Earflap Hat Review

The Valley Yarns Gnomey Earflap Hat has a peaked crown adding a whimsical touch to this lovely little Fair Isle hat knit in Valley Yarns Cold Spring.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 1

 

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

Part 1 of this video tutorial, Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl. In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it.

Valley Pattern 414 Valley Cowl Tutorial Part 2

Crochet along with WEBS designer Kirsten Hipsky for the Valley Yarns 414 Valley Cowl designed by Doris Chan. This luscious, lacy cowl is crocheted infinity or moebius style, beginning with a center strip and worked seamlessly in continuous figure 8's. Worn as a shoulder wrap or double-twisted around the head as a hood, the Valley Cowl is a lovely, practical and quick-to-crochet gift.

In part 2 of the this video series, Kirsten shows you how to join the foundation double crochet into the round as a moebius, inserting one twist in it. Click here to view Part 1, where Kirsten shows you how to do the foundation double crochet for this cowl.

How to Join Crochet Hexagons Video

The Valley Yarns 328 Amethyst Brook Crocheted Afghan is truly breathtaking! It is also a fun project to crochet. The hexagons are crocheted individually, so it is a great take-along project for when you have a few minutes. You will be finished with the hexagons before you know it! The fantastic color palette goes with nearly any décor, and Northfield is incredibly cozy.

Assembling the Valley Yarns Carle Baby & Bilateral Cardigans

Both the Valley Yarns Carle Baby and Bilateral Cardigans are made from just two hexagons. In this video with designer Kirsten Hipsky, she talks about the unusual construction of these cardigans and shows you how to join your two pieces together to create a beautiful cardigan for an adult or a baby.

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