Crochet Patterns

The Bluestack Mountain Mittens are an Irish design for Irish wool. Inspired by a holiday in Donegal in the heart of wool country, and some very cold walks with the dog.

These mittens are worked in Aran weight wool on a 4.5mm hook. They have a textured stitch on the front, and a flat palm for extra user friendliness.

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The Winter Troll hat, scarf and mittens patterns are now available on Ravelry and Etsy. The pattern covers all sizes from doll to large adult. Available to purchase here:

My first Crochet Pattern is now available to purchase. With several more in development this page should be growing and expanding over the next year.

Jumping Jumpers

‘Jumping Jumpers’ are exceptionally beginner friendly patterns, each with an extensive photo tutorial to support the inexperienced or nervous crocheter through the process of making a garment for the first time.

The “Jump Around Jumper” is the first in the series. It uses the familiar Granny Square construction to demonstrate the simplicity of making garments. It is worked in the round and creates 2 simple squares for the back and front. With lots of possibility and options it is a fun project for anyone to try out, but especially useful for the new or beginner crocheter who has so far only made granny squares, as no further knowledge is assumed.

The “Jump Around Jumper” crochet pattern can be purchased through You do not need to be a member or signed up the website to purchase.

For the next 2 weeks until the 19th September 2020, visitors here can buy the pattern for 50% off by using the coupon code at this link:

Clicking this link brings you straight to a purchase page

This link brings you to the main Ravelry listing (don’t use it while the discount applies from the above link):

The pattern can also be bought through Etsy at the following link, but due to a difference in the way they apply tax, it costs a little more


Many more patterns to come…

A description of the project and the works presented.

Let’s build something together.

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