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New Design Roundup – December 2019

Welcome to the first of our monthly design launch round up posts! Each month we will collect the new size inclusive designs from across the crochet world in the previous month and compile them here for you. The aim is to bring together designers and makers in a whole new way. Be sure to click “Subscribe” above so you don’t miss out on seeing each months new designs.

Designers who are interested in being part of the roundup can click on “Designer Submissions” above and submit their designs each month. Keep in mind that we are an inclusive community so all designs featured must include at least 6 sizes. 

Decembers roundup features 19 warm and cozy designs from 16 different designers! Enjoy!

Andraste Sweater

By Stephanie Erin

I know what you’re thinking – “Are those BEADS?”. The answer is yes. Yes they are! Stephanie is consistently levelling up the crochet garment world with her fabulous designs and Andraste is her most beautiful yet. This pattern is graded for 10 different sizes and also includes instructions on customizing the sweater to fit your body perfectly. This pattern is available for purchase here on Ravelry. To see what Stephanie is hooking up next check her out on Instagram or Facebook.

Knits 'N' Knots

To say Janine of Knits N Knots is in beast mode is an understatement. This woman published more garment patterns in 2019 than we can even count. Her designs look effortless and like something you could get off a rack at a store. The Autumn Stripes Pullover, Fuzzy Raglan and Pembina Poncho that she released last month are all the definition of cozy. Each of these patterns are free on her blog or via an ad free download from her Ravelry or Etsy shops. Check them out here: Autumn Stripes Pullover, Fuzzy Raglan, and Pembina Poncho. Follow along for Janine’s future designs on Instagram and Pinterest.

Jasmine Pants Crochet Pattern
Jasmine Pants

Tinderbox

When someone says “crocheted sweatpants” you used to think of granny square pants. That is until Courtney from Tinderbox designed the Jasmine Pants. These super comfy lounge pants can be made for ANY size or gender – from infant to adult. You can also choose whatever yarn you’d like as the pants are made to your measurements. The pattern is available on Tinderbox’s website and Ravelry. Check out Courtney’s Instagram, Pinterest, or Facebook to see what she is up to!

Blooming Bells Top

Designs by Key

The Blooming Bells Top by Designs by Key has combined that 70s flare with modern crochet design. The off the shoulder element makes it sassy and playful. You’re guaranteed to get all sorts of compliments on this sweater! Key is a designer to keep your eye on – her creations are unique and elegant. Get your copy of the Blooming Bells Top here. Follow Key on Instagram to watch her design business grow! 

Lee's Leopard Print Pullover

CoCo Crochet Lee

Lee of CoCo Crochet Lee is the yarn industry expert you’ve been looking for. This woman is a powerhouse and wealth of knowledge on all things yarny! She designs, she crochets, she knits, she knows how to tech edit, she is a social media guru and works with several yarn industry giants. When Lee releases a pattern you know it’s going to be perfect! Her Leopard Print Pullover is an awesome example of her creativity and unique flare. Get your copy of this stunning design here. If you’re looking to learn from the master be sure to follow her on: Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Youtube.

Retro Cropped Cardigan

Moogly Blog

Tamara from Moogly Blog created this vintage inspired Retro Cropped Cardigan as a crochet along on the Furls Crochet blog. It’s broken down into weekly segments to keep you motivated to finish. As an added bonus she even explains how to customize the length of the cardigan to your liking. You can access the pattern via her Ravelry store here. Tamara is an industry leader and has some incredibly helpful blog posts and YouTube videos available for crocheters of all levels. Be sure to also follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for more!

Joy of Motion

Janne of Joy of Motion is an incredible designer and educator! She has many informative blog posts about crochet designing. She is also churning out stunning crochet patterns constantly. Just check out the Nivis Tee and Top Down Winter Sweater she released last month on her blog! The raised detailing on the Nivis Tee is absolutely stunning and if you want to give some crocheting cables a try for the first time this design is a great place to start. You can see all of Janne’s creations by following her on Instagram and Facebook.

Moss Sweater Dress

Ms Jess Chika

Jessica of msjesschika has been operating her crochet business part time since 2016 but just started releasing her patterns last year and she came out of the gates in a BIG way! Her designs include classic elements like cabling and colour work while also being elegant and stylish. This Moss Sweater Dress pattern is completely customizable in size and length to fit any body. It’s so customizable you can pick your own yarn weight too! Check out Jessica’s gorgeous creations on Instagram and Ravelry, you won’t regret it!

Ainsley Pullover

Divine Debris

Amber of Divine Debris is such a talented crochet designer and visionary. She works texture and colour into her pieces in such unique and beautiful ways (Have you seen all her coffee and tea themed granny squares? Amazing!) The texture the baubles bring to this Ainsley Pullover make it so fun and playful. This sweater has the perfect, classical drop shoulder and we are loving the straight cuffs. It is oversized and cozy and also customizable to your liking. See what crochet goodness Amber whips up next on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and her website.

Ruby Cardigan

Life and Yarn

The Ruby Cardigan from Life and Yarn is layering perfection. It is cropped with gorgeous chunky cuffs and is sure to be a staple in any wardrobe. Brianna, the woman behind Life and Yarn strives to make her designs ageless and simple so they can be enjoyed by crocheters of all abilities. Check out the pattern here. You can see what she’s up to on Instagram and Pinterest. She designs everything from hats to decor to clothing and they’re all absolutely stunning!

New Size Inclusive Crochet Patterns December 2019
Aurora Cardigan

A Crocheted Simplicity

Did someone say “POCKETS”? Because the Aurora Cardigan by Jennifer of A Crocheted Simplicity has got them! Originally designed for children, Jennifer decided to expand to adult sizes so everyone in the family can be just as cozy. With Spring just around the corner this cardigan will be a perfect layering piece. This pattern can be found for free here on her blog or an ad-free downloadable version on Ravelry. See what else A Crocheted Simplicity is up to on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Camellia Sweater

Two Brothers Blankets

The Camellia Sweater by Two Brothers Blankets is a hi-low style sweater meaning it is the perfect pairing for your favourite jeggings. Michelle, the genius behind Two Brothers Blankets is a crochet designing wizard! She has new accessory and garment designs coming out so often you might think she’s using magic. Her Instagram and Facebook are full of inspiration! She also features guest designers here on her blog

Boxed Baubles Cardigan

I Need It Crochet

It’s right there in the name – I Need It! Sarah, the creative boss babe, makes garments and accessories that are so versatile and good for any age. The Boxed Baubles Cardigan uses a unique stitch, the bead stitch, to add some playful texture on the hem and shoulders of this cozy cardigan. This pattern is available for free here on her blog, or an ad free download on Ravelry. Instagram and Facebook are other great ways to connect with I Need It Crochet!

Fallen Leaves Cardigan

Hooks and Cocoa

2019 brought the world so many new crochet garment designers and Katie from Hooks and Cocoa is one of them! The alternating texture of this cardigan give it amazing drape and make it the perfect fall or spring layer. You can pick up this pattern in Hooks and Cocoa’s Ravelry store here. Head over to Instagram to see what else Katie is hooking up.

Eva Cardigan

Yarn + Chai

To say we’re obsessed with this cardigan from Yarn + Chai would be an understatement. It looks like something you could pick up at a high end boutique – but you can make it yourself! The striping, pockets and length of the Eva Cardigan are perfection. Rebecca, the designer, has gone above and beyond with this design and has a step by step video tutorial for all us visual learners. Check out the pattern here and follow Yarn + Chai on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

Autumn Air Pullover

Tigers Eye Handmade

Attention beginner garment crocheters – the Autumn Air Pullover by Tigers Eye Handmade is beginner friendly! It also has the most beautiful V-neck line which is hard to come by in the crochet world. We also may have seen a little sneak peek on Tigers Eye’s Instagram of a new garment. Check out what Tina Marie is up to here and follow along on Facebook for more.

Thank you so much for checking out our December size inclusive design round up! Stay tuned for January’s round up the first week of February. Click here to subscribe to our emails to make sure you don’t miss future roundups and helpful tips and tricks to make crocheting garments easier for you!

Stay cozy and remember – Crocheters Have More Fun!

Welcome to the first of our monthly design launch round up posts! Each month we will collect the new size inclusive designs from across the crochet world in the previous month and compile them here for you. The aim is to bring together designers and makers in a whole new way. Be sure to click “Subscribe” above so you don’t miss out on seeing each months new designs.

Designers who are interested in being part of the roundup can click on “Designer Submissions” above and submit their designs each month. Keep in mind that we are an inclusive community so all designs featured must include at least 6 sizes. 

Decembers roundup features 19 warm and cozy designs from 16 different designers! Enjoy!

Andraste Sweater

By Stephanie Erin

I know what you’re thinking – “Are those BEADS?”. The answer is yes. Yes they are! Stephanie is consistently levelling up the crochet garment world with her fabulous designs and Andraste is her most beautiful yet. This pattern is graded for 10 different sizes and also includes instructions on customizing the sweater to fit your body perfectly. This pattern is available for purchase here on Ravelry. To see what Stephanie is hooking up next check her out on Instagram or Facebook.

Knits 'N' Knots

To say Janine of Knits N Knots is in beast mode is an understatement. This woman published more garment patterns in 2019 than we can even count. Her designs look effortless and like something you could get off a rack at a store. The Autumn Stripes Pullover, Fuzzy Raglan and Pembina Poncho that she released last month are all the definition of cozy. Each of these patterns are free on her blog or via an ad free download from her Ravelry or Etsy shops. Check them out here: Autumn Stripes Pullover, Fuzzy Raglan, and Pembina Poncho. Follow along for Janine’s future designs on Instagram and Pinterest.

Jasmine Pants Crochet Pattern
Jasmine Pants

Tinderbox

When someone says “crocheted sweatpants” you used to think of granny square pants. That is until Courtney from Tinderbox designed the Jasmine Pants. These super comfy lounge pants can be made for ANY size or gender – from infant to adult. You can also choose whatever yarn you’d like as the pants are made to your measurements. The pattern is available on Tinderbox’s website and Ravelry. Check out Courtney’s Instagram, Pinterest, or Facebook to see what she is up to!

Blooming Bells Top

Designs by Key

The Blooming Bells Top by Designs by Key has combined that 70s flare with modern crochet design. The off the shoulder element makes it sassy and playful. You’re guaranteed to get all sorts of compliments on this sweater! Key is a designer to keep your eye on – her creations are unique and elegant. Get your copy of the Blooming Bells Top here. Follow Key on Instagram to watch her design business grow! 

Lee's Leopard Print Pullover

CoCo Crochet Lee

Lee of CoCo Crochet Lee is the yarn industry expert you’ve been looking for. This woman is a powerhouse and wealth of knowledge on all things yarny! She designs, she crochets, she knits, she knows how to tech edit, she is a social media guru and works with several yarn industry giants. When Lee releases a pattern you know it’s going to be perfect! Her Leopard Print Pullover is an awesome example of her creativity and unique flare. Get your copy of this stunning design here. If you’re looking to learn from the master be sure to follow her on: Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Youtube.

Retro Cropped Cardigan

Moogly Blog

Tamara from Moogly Blog created this vintage inspired Retro Cropped Cardigan as a crochet along on the Furls Crochet blog. It’s broken down into weekly segments to keep you motivated to finish. As an added bonus she even explains how to customize the length of the cardigan to your liking. You can access the pattern via her Ravelry store here. Tamara is an industry leader and has some incredibly helpful blog posts and YouTube videos available for crocheters of all levels. Be sure to also follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest for more!

Joy of Motion

Janne of Joy of Motion is an incredible designer and educator! She has many informative blog posts about crochet designing. She is also churning out stunning crochet patterns constantly. Just check out the Nivis Tee and Top Down Winter Sweater she released last month on her blog! The raised detailing on the Nivis Tee is absolutely stunning and if you want to give some crocheting cables a try for the first time this design is a great place to start. You can see all of Janne’s creations by following her on Instagram and Facebook.

Moss Sweater Dress

Ms Jess Chika

Jessica of msjesschika has been operating her crochet business part time since 2016 but just started releasing her patterns last year and she came out of the gates in a BIG way! Her designs include classic elements like cabling and colour work while also being elegant and stylish. This Moss Sweater Dress pattern is completely customizable in size and length to fit any body. It’s so customizable you can pick your own yarn weight too! Check out Jessica’s gorgeous creations on Instagram and Ravelry, you won’t regret it!

Ainsley Pullover

Divine Debris

Amber of Divine Debris is such a talented crochet designer and visionary. She works texture and colour into her pieces in such unique and beautiful ways (Have you seen all her coffee and tea themed granny squares? Amazing!) The texture the baubles bring to this Ainsley Pullover make it so fun and playful. This sweater has the perfect, classical drop shoulder and we are loving the straight cuffs. It is oversized and cozy and also customizable to your liking. See what crochet goodness Amber whips up next on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and her website.

Ruby Cardigan

Life and Yarn

The Ruby Cardigan from Life and Yarn is layering perfection. It is cropped with gorgeous chunky cuffs and is sure to be a staple in any wardrobe. Brianna, the woman behind Life and Yarn strives to make her designs ageless and simple so they can be enjoyed by crocheters of all abilities. Check out the pattern here. You can see what she’s up to on Instagram and Pinterest. She designs everything from hats to decor to clothing and they’re all absolutely stunning!

New Size Inclusive Crochet Patterns December 2019
Aurora Cardigan

A Crocheted Simplicity

Did someone say “POCKETS”? Because the Aurora Cardigan by Jennifer of A Crocheted Simplicity has got them! Originally designed for children, Jennifer decided to expand to adult sizes so everyone in the family can be just as cozy. With Spring just around the corner this cardigan will be a perfect layering piece. This pattern can be found for free here on her blog or an ad-free downloadable version on Ravelry. See what else A Crocheted Simplicity is up to on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.

Camellia Sweater

Two Brothers Blankets

The Camellia Sweater by Two Brothers Blankets is a hi-low style sweater meaning it is the perfect pairing for your favourite jeggings. Michelle, the genius behind Two Brothers Blankets is a crochet designing wizard! She has new accessory and garment designs coming out so often you might think she’s using magic. Her Instagram and Facebook are full of inspiration! She also features guest designers here on her blog

Boxed Baubles Cardigan

I Need It Crochet

It’s right there in the name – I Need It! Sarah, the creative boss babe, makes garments and accessories that are so versatile and good for any age. The Boxed Baubles Cardigan uses a unique stitch, the bead stitch, to add some playful texture on the hem and shoulders of this cozy cardigan. This pattern is available for free here on her blog, or an ad free download on Ravelry. Instagram and Facebook are other great ways to connect with I Need It Crochet!

Fallen Leaves Cardigan

Hooks and Cocoa

2019 brought the world so many new crochet garment designers and Katie from Hooks and Cocoa is one of them! The alternating texture of this cardigan give it amazing drape and make it the perfect fall or spring layer. You can pick up this pattern in Hooks and Cocoa’s Ravelry store here. Head over to Instagram to see what else Katie is hooking up.

Eva Cardigan

Yarn + Chai

To say we’re obsessed with this cardigan from Yarn + Chai would be an understatement. It looks like something you could pick up at a high end boutique – but you can make it yourself! The striping, pockets and length of the Eva Cardigan are perfection. Rebecca, the designer, has gone above and beyond with this design and has a step by step video tutorial for all us visual learners. Check out the pattern here and follow Yarn + Chai on Instagram, Facebook and YouTube.

Autumn Air Pullover

Tigers Eye Handmade

Attention beginner garment crocheters – the Autumn Air Pullover by Tigers Eye Handmade is beginner friendly! It also has the most beautiful V-neck line which is hard to come by in the crochet world. We also may have seen a little sneak peek on Tigers Eye’s Instagram of a new garment. Check out what Tina Marie is up to here and follow along on Facebook for more.

Thank you so much for checking out our December size inclusive design round up! Stay tuned for January’s round up the first week of February. Click here to subscribe to our emails to make sure you don’t miss future roundups and helpful tips and tricks to make crocheting garments easier for you!

Stay cozy and remember – Crocheters Have More Fun!

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