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Classic Crochet Cozy Collection

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Introducing the Classic Cozy Collection – enjoy these stunning crochet patterns with us, discover new creative stitches and take your crochet to the next level!


Welcome! We are so thrilled to invite you to join us for our next crochet collection event.

Do you see new crochet stitches you’d love to try but worry they might be too tricky?

Have you always wanted to improve the finish and details of your projects but they always still feel a little clumsy?

Have you tried new constructions but can’t work it out from the written pattern?!

Do you love quick and cozy accessories that fit beautifully?

If so, we would love you to join us!

From 17th January – 6th February 2022, Briana of Briana K Designs, Michelle of MJs Off The Hook and myself, Hannah of HanJan Crochet are bringing you three amazing new patterns using three different creative stitches and construction methods to get your crochet year off to the perfect start!

The event will include free patterns on our blogs, video tutorials, crochet-a-longs and giveaways released weekly from the 17th January but if you can’t wait, want to skip ahead or just want to make sure you have everything you need then we have created an Ebook for you that you can get today!

Get your copy of the

Cozy Collection Ebook!

We have included so much more than the patterns – find out about our stitch inspiration and design, color choices, yarn ideas and more.

Cozy Collection Ebook Cover

We would also love for you to be the first to know when everything launches, when we go live, where to join in and how to enter the giveaways so make sure to sign up and we will keep you updated!

Now let’s take a closer look at what we have in store for you in the Cozy Collection Event:

The Event


Classic Colorwork Collection Timeline Infographic

The Pattern Collection


Now it’s time to introduce you to each of the patterns!

We had a blast with our last colorwork event, we just had to come back for more.

This time we are focusing on unique crochet stitches. Whether you’ve tried these stitches before or not, it will be fun to whip up some new cozy wearables.

We hope that they will either introduce you to new crochet techniques or help you brush up on existing ones too.

We know this time of year can start to feel a little drab. Many of us are hibernating and waiting for spring, so it’s time to keep cozy in style. We’ve got three designs to cover your head, hands, and feet.

All of the designs have a complete video tutorial for you to work along with to help you with every aspect of them.

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Hannah (that’s me!) has designed the

HERRINGBONE MOSS STITCH MITTENS

Technique: Herringbone Moss

My mittens use the popular moss stitch but with a herringbone half double crochet and back loop twist!

Construction: Bottom Up

The band is made first in rows and then joined to work in rounds from the bottom up. The top is decreased and gathered then the thumb added to finish. They are also seamless too.

Customise: Stop wherever you like and work a closing round to make them fingerless!

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

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Briana has designed the

KNIT PURL CROCHET STITCH SOCKS

Technique: Knit Purl Crochet

Worked in a unique stitch combination of split single crochets and back loop only single crochet this stitch is such fun!

Construction: Toe Up

These crochet socks use a fun stitch combination and are worked from toe-up. The heel is an ‘afterthought heel’ where we create an opening for the heel area and come back to work the heel last.

Customise: Briana has a whole host of ideas for you to make them your own!

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

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Michelle has designed the

HERRINGBONE SINGLE CROCHET HAT

Technique: Herringbone Single

The Herringbone Single Crochet Stitch is an addicting and beautiful stitch that’s thick and cozy, making it perfect for this hat!

Construction: Side Across

Michelle’s hat is worked from the side across then slip stitched to join. The band is then worked in rows and joined as you go to the base of the hat. The top is decreased and gathered to close.

Customise: Michelle has added 2 options for the band for you to choose from!

Scroll down to find out where to find the pattern and the supplies you’ll need

Where to find everything


HERRINGBONE MOSS STITCH MITTENS – by Hannah of HanJan Crochet

HERRINGBONE MOSS STITCH MITTENS

Packed with texture, delicate details and six sizes these mittens are such a quick and pleasurable make. There’s a video tutorial and loads of information on how to how to work neatly into a ribbing, split and shape thumbs, adjust them to fit and so much more!

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Herringbone Moss Stitch Mittens pattern on my blog for free – launching 17th January 2022

Find the free crochet mitten pattern here

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

If you’d rather have a copy of the pattern then go grab the Ebook with all the patterns in the collection

Find the pattern in the Cozy Collection Ebook here

Where to join the crochet along-

Do come and join us from 17th January in the HanJan Crochet Community Group here I can’t wait to welcome you.

The Supplies You’ll Need

The mittens are made using Swish DK by WeCrochet, 100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 123yds/50g.

For sizes Baby (Toddler, Child, Teen/Small, Medium, Large) you’ll need: 1 (1, 2, 2, 2, 2) balls of your chosen colour.

You’ll need a 4.5mm/G+ (I used my Caspian Regular Crochet Hooks).

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Watch the video tutorial here

The Herringbone Moss Stitch Mitten Video Tutorial.

Read the extra stitch tutorial here

Half Double Crochet Herringbone Moss Stitch Tutorial.


KNIT PURL CROCHET SOCKS – by Briana of Briana K Designs

SIMPLE AND BEST CROCHET SOCK PATTERN

I know so many people feel daunted by crocheting socks – we were all like that once too! Come and join Briana in her masterclass of these toe up crochet socks and see how easy it is when you know how. This stunning stitch combination creates a texture that’s flexible and comfy to wear with shoes.

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Simple and Best Crochet Sock pattern on Briana’s blog for free – launching 17th January 2022

Find the free crochet sock pattern here

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

If you’d rather have a copy of the pattern then go grab the Ebook with all the patterns in the collection

Find the pattern in the Cozy Collection Ebook here

Where to join the crochet along-

Do come and join us in the Briana K Crochet Community Group here – see you there on the 24th January!

The Supplies You’ll Need

The socks are made using WeCrochet Stroll Tonal 75% Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 25% Nylon, 462 yds/100g

Ankle Socks (250yds/228m), Mid Calf Socks 375yds/343m) – 1 Hank, Over the Knee Socks (775yds/709m) – 2 Hanks

You’ll need a 3.5mm and 2.5mm crochet hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge)

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Removable Stitch Markers

Watch the video tutorial here

The Knit Purl Crochet Socks Video Tutorial.

Read the customisation and sizing guide here

How to crochet socks and customise fit with sizing guide.


HEAVENLY HERRINGBONE HAT – by Michelle of MJs Off The Hook

HEAVENLY HERRINGBONE STITCH HAT

If you haven’t tried the herringbone single crochet stitch yet then you are in for a treat! The thick and cozy fabric that it creates is simply beautiful and creates such a modern and stylish hat. Michelle takes you through the entire process in her video tutorial with tips and tricks for working with the yarn and adding a strand of mohair for even more cozy!

Where to find the Pattern

You can find the Herringbone Single Crochet Hat pattern on Michelle’s blog for free –

Find the free crochet hat pattern here

Where to purchase a PDF of the pattern –

If you’d rather have a copy of the pattern then go grab the Ebook with all the patterns in the collection

Find the pattern in the Cozy Collection Ebook here

Where to show us what you make –

Do come and join us from 17th January in the MJ’s Off The Hook Community Group – join us here.

The Supplies You’ll Need

The hat is made using Swish Worsted Weight by WeCrochet 100% Fine Superwash Merino Wool, 110yds/50g

For sizes Baby (Toddler, Child, Teen, Adult) you’ll need: Yarn A required (balls): 2 ( 2, 3, 3, 3) balls/150 ( 190, 220, 255, 275) yards. Optional: 1 ball of Aloft all sizes.

You’ll need a 4.5mm/G+-7 & 5mm/H-8 Mosaic Crochet Hook (or hook needed to obtain gauge)

Scissors

Tapestry Needle

Faux Pom Pom

Watch the video tutorial here

The Heavenly Herringbone Hat Video Tutorial.


Come and Join Us!

We are so looking forward to welcoming you to our communities and sharing our love for crochet stitch techniques!

Make sure to come and let us know (and show us!) the projects you make, the colors you choose and how you get on with all of the techniques – we can’t wait to see.

If you’d like a peek at the beautiful Ebook before you get a copy then we’d love you to take a look at this (just press play in the centre and skip then skip the ad) –

Only available until February 6th 2022

Get making today!

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