Inspirations from the Sea ~ Patterns from our Members
All patterns on this page are intended for personal use only. Individual designers hold the copyright for their pattern. Please check the pattern itself for copyright restrictions. To download and open patterns, you must have a PDF reader, such as Adobe Reader or Foxit. These can downloaded for free online.
Nancy created this lovely simple neck warmer scarf for the Fishnet’s charity project. It is easily adaptable to any worsted weight yarn. The pattern is suitable for advanced beginner crocheters.
Download pattern in PDF format: NeckWarmer
Pat’s Pocket Scarf
This scarf is prefect for warming your shoulders on a cold winter day. The pockets are handy for keeping hands warm or storing glasses, Kleenex, or other small items you want close at hand. You can use just about any yarn you choose as you will work to measurements. It looks great made in a solid color, but mixing and matching also works well. Let your own creativity out! Download pattern in PDF format: PatsPocketScarf
Tapestry Crochet techniques are used to create a truly durable hot pad. Make a set in the colors of your choice to complement your kitchen decor.
Download pattern in PDF format: FeltedHotPad
Using Filet Crochet techniques, this scarf is simple and quick to do.
Download pattern in PDF format: Lobster Trap Scarf
Reversible Cable Headband
This thick warm headband is sure to keep your ears warm on a blustery New England winter’s day. Two cable patterns are used, on on each side, making the scarf completely reversible.
Download pattern in PDF format: Reversible Cable Headband
She Sells Sea Shells Market Tote
Inspired by Dona Cerulee, this market tote features a solid shell base which gradually transitions into an open fishnet mesh. Perfect for quick trips to the store, this bag can be made using either multiple strands of #3 cotton thread or worsted weight cotton. Quick to stitch, it can be completed in a day!
Download pattern in PDF format: She Sells Sea Shells Market Tote