January was a huge month for size inclusive garment designs. We are hoping this is a great sign of things to come! More designers are popping up and more established designers are expanding their size range. We’re so excited to share over 20 designs with you that were released in the previous month that include at least 6 sizes. If you’d like reminders when new lists and blog posts become available please click “Subscribe” above.
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White Owl Crochet Co
Mollie from White Owl Crochet Co is a Queen when it comes to size inclusion. The Vantis Peplum, available here, is graded for bust sizes ranging from 22 inches to 70 inches and each size is in 2 inch increments with options for customization, ensuring a perfect fit. Follow Mollie’s crochet and knit journey on her website, Ravelry, Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook.
For The Frills
Grace from For The Frills designed two super comfy cardigans last month. The Chunky Crochet Bomber Cardigan works up in a flash with bulky yarn and the Cuddly Cardigan makes an amazing layering piece for spring. The patterns are both free on her website via the links above or as a PDF download in her Etsy shop. Follow Grace on Ravelry, Youtube, Instagram, and Pinterest for more of her amazing designs!
Skeins n Sticks
Arica from Skeins N Sticks got her inspiration for this jacket from the concept of a “Snow Bunny” aka a cute, laid back gal that goes to the slopes but spends 99.9% of her time chilling in the lodge sipping on wine, hanging out and having a great time, while looking AMAZING! I’m not going to deny – this concept resonates deeply. Check out Arica’s gorgeous creations on her website, Ravelry, Instagram, and Facebook.
Not your ordinary garment pattern – Michelle from Dora Does makes this pattern customizable for your body. Check it out on her website. Michelle is also a wealth of crochet garment making/designing knowledge so be sure to join her garment Facebook group, and follow her on Ravelry, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Youtube.
Carrie has been on a roll with her crocheted garment patterns this winter and the Diamond Bobble Sweater does not disappoint. Ample texture, super cozy and a free video tutorial! What more could you ask for? Check out the pattern video here or favourite it on Ravelry, then follow Carrie on Ravelry and Instagram for more.
Feeling rebellious? Join Crochet Rebellion in their pursuit to make gorgeous, wearable crochet garments! Marissa is bringing back classic vintage styles in her crochet designing and we are here for it. Check out the Spring Thing Tweed and the Bridgette Wooly Vest. Follow along on Ravelry, Instagram and the Crochet Rebellion website.
By Stephanie Erin
Susan of Fosbas designs makes beautiful, wearable pieces for the fashion savvy mom and her children. This tapestry crochet pieces offers a chance to try your hand at colour work and garment making all at once. Check out the pattern details here. Fosbas and Susan can be found on Ravelry, Instagram and their own website.
Sentry Box Designs
A perfect pattern for the month of love – the Cabled Heart Pullover by Sentry Box Designs is elegant and full of texture and has a video tutorial on Youtube. Michelle is a crochet guru and is also the founder of MJs Off the Hook Designs. Follow Sentry Box on Facebook, Instagram, and Ravelry for more.
The founder of Crocheters Have More Fun is still designing away behind the scenes. Courtney released Melody and Clara in January. Pick up Melody here, the PDF of Clara here or the free blog version of Clara here. Follow Courtney from Tinderbox on Instagram, Pinterest, Ravelry, her website and Facebook for more!
Happy Ann Knits
Heart Hook Home
If you open the dictionary and look up cozy you will find a picture of the Velvet Cardi by Ashlea of Heart Hook Home. It comes with a full video tutorial on Youtube, find out more information here. Heart Hook Home has an incredible social presence so get on board on Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and Ravelry!
The Weaving Witch
This cardigan will make you think you’re in a flashback to the 1920s – an era of a distinct fashion style. Caroline of Rosa Made has used the most elegantly simple lacework for her 1920s Cardigan. Get more information on the pattern on Ravelry or her website and follow her designing journey on Ravelry and Facebook.
Hook of Love
Donna Yacino for Berroco Yarn
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Stay cozy and remember – Crocheters Have More Fun!