2 new patterns!

Two new awesome blanket patterns have been added to my Raverly and Etsy stores!

First we have the Princess Inspired Dress Blanket, now all little girls(& big ones too!) can nap or relax in Princess style! Just slip your arms into the sleeves.


Includes sizes:


Small child(1-4yrs)



Make your favorite Princess!

Blue & Yellow for Snow White
Dark & light Pink for Aurora
Green & Purple for Ariel
Yellow for Belle
Blue for Cinderella
Green for Tiana
White for Leia
Emerald for Merida
Teal for Jasmine
Turquoise for Elsa
Blue & Black for Anna

Pattern has options for short or long sleeves.


After making these dress blankets for my daughters I knew I needed something for the boys!

Introducing the Batman Hooded Blanket:batmanhoodedblanket

My 10 year old son is a huge fan of the original Batman. You can always use black for this blanket too! Have a Batgirl fan? This hooded blanket would look awesome in purple!

This pattern is for Child Size but easily adjustable by adding or omitting rows!

More superhero blankets coming soon!




What’s on my hook Wednesday?


This week I’ve been making baby cocoons.  I’m sure most of you have probably seen cocoons made with the crocodile stitch, usually Owl themed. They’re super cute.

Mine are a little different, the crocodile “scales” line up, the other patterns the “scales” are worked so they are staggered, this is just how mine came out and I love how it looks so I went with it. Both styles are equally cute to me!

I started this one yesterday, few more rows of “scales” & then the top part and its done!


They really do work up fast, perfect for a last minute baby shower gift. After this one is done today I’ll be working on getting the pattern written up, take pictures and get it added to Raverly/Etsy.

Here’s the first one I made earlier this week, first time working with Caron Cakes, colorway is Rainbow Sprinkles. One cake made the cocoon & hat with some leftover.


Free pattern – Nursing cover

il_570xn-957536404_cyinWant a little discreet coverage while nursing in public?

If baby hates those huge ponchos/tents, this is great cover to try, light, breathable and easily portable.

Has generous opening that doesn’t get in the way, also gives baby something else to hold instead of Mom’s hair! In winter make them with acrylic and cotton in summer.

Soft worsted weight yarn & I hook(5.5mm)

Gauge: 6 sts = 2″

*Note: Ch 2 does not count as dc

Round 1: Ch 25, join with a sl st to form ring.

Round 2: Ch 2, 42 inside in ring(not in the chains) join to first dc

Opening should measure approx. 2.5″

Round 3: Ch 2, dc in each dc around, join to first dc (42 dc)

Repeat Round 3 until you reach desired length, measure from top where hole is:

2.5″ = A cup

3″ = B cup

3.5″ = C cup

4″ = D cup

Optional border: Ch 1, crab stitch around bottom, join to 1st st.


Pumpkin coasters – Free Pattern!


Pumpkin Coasters

Worsted weight yarn – red heart super saver in orange and brown

G hook(I crochet loose so you may want to go up a hook size)

Starting with a magic ring…

Round 1: Ch 2, 12 DC in magic ring, pull tail to close and join to 1st DC, Ch 2

Round 2: 2 DC in same st as join and next 4 sts, 2 SC in next 2 sts, 2 DC in remaining 5 sts, join to 1st DC, Ch 2

Round 3: 2 DC in same st as join, 1 DC in next st. *2 DC in next st, 1 DC in next st* 4 times. (2 SC, 1 SC, 2 SC, 1 SC) in next 4 sts. Repeat * 5 times to end, join to 1st DC, switch to brown yarn…

Stem: Ch 6, SC in 2nd Ch from hook and next 4 Chs, sl st in same st as join. Fasten off, weave in ends.

Medium Big Head Baby – free pattern!



I used Red heart super saver yarn and a 3.5 mm hook

Starting with the legs…

Rnd 1: magic circle, 6 SC

Rnd 2: 2 SC in each st around (12)

Rnd 3: 1 SC, 2 SC around (18)

Rnd 4- 8 SC around (18)

Fasten off. Make 2nd leg but do not fasten off.

Rnd 9: SC around both legs (36)

Rnd 10: SC 10, SC DEC,  SC 12, SC DEC, SC 10 (34)

Rnd 11: SC 9, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 9 (32)

Rnd 12: SC 8, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 8 (30)

Rnd 13: SC 7, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 7 (28)

Rnd 14: SC 6, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 6 (26)

Rnd 15: SC 5, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 5 (24)

Rnd 16: SC 4, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 4 (22)

Rnd 17: SC 3, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 3 (20)

Rnd 18: SC 2, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 2 (18)

Rnd 19: SC 1, SC DEC, SC 12, SC DEC, SC 1 (16)

Rnd 20: SC around (16)

*Switch to head color*

Rnd 21: SC 2, 2 SC(inc) (20)

Rnd 22: SC 3, 2 SC (25)

Rnd 23: SC 4, 2 SC (30)

Rnd 24: SC 5, 2 SC (35)

Rnd 25: SC 6, 2 SC (40)

Rnd 26: SC 7, 2 SC (45)

Rnd 27-31: SC around (45)

Rnd 32: SC 7, SC DEC (40)

Rnd 33: SC 6, SC DEC (35)

Rnd 34: SC 5, SC DEC (30)

Rnd 35: SC 4, SC DEC (25)

Rnd 36: SC 3, SC DEC (20)

Rnd 37: SC 2, SC DEC (15)

Rnd 38: SC 1, SC DEC (10)

Rnd 39: SC DEC (5)

Fasten off.

Arms(make 2)

Rnd 1: 6 SC

Rnd 2: 2 SC around (12)

Rnd 3: SC around (12)

Rnd 4: Repeat Rnd 3 (12)

Rnd 5; SC 1, SC DEC (8)

Rnd 6: SC around (8)

Rnd 7-10: SC around (8)

Fasten off, and attach arms to body or you can crochet them onto the body before you start the head.

Here’s a picture to show the size better



Preemie Bear Hat- Free Pattern!

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I designed this preemie hat after finding an organization called Project Robby(click the link to learn more about them!)  I thought a tiny bear hat would be super cute for tiny babies.

You will need….

Soft worsted weight yarn

H/5mm hook

Inside a magic ring…

Round 1: 10 DC, join (10 dc)

Round 2: Ch 2, 2 DC in each st around, join (20)

Round 3: Ch 1, 1 HDC, 2 HDC around, join (30)

Round 4 – 9: Ch 1, HDC around, join (30)

Fasten off.

Ears(make 2

Magic circle….

Ch 4, 3 TR, ch 4, you should have a half circle, attach ears to round 3 of hat.

This hat also fits my Medium Big Head Doll