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Simple Cable Neckwarmer (Knit)

Fantasy Blanket
Link to all Stitches: Fantasy Blanket
Also: Pattern in RAVELRY (with PDF download in English and Spanish) 


Polka-Dot Granny Blanket
Graphic charts (not full pattern) 


Sunburst-like motif

Bloom Coasters

How to: Simple Flower Hairclips

Baby Head bands

Baktus (in Spanish)
Note: The original pattern of the BAKTUS Scarf is by Strikkelise, and she gave me permission to translate it into Spanish.  The English version can be found in Ravelry: Baktus Scarf.
Nota: Esta es una traducción del patrón original del Baktus, escrito por Strikkelise. 


Granny Stripes Scarf

Red Scarf (graphic st)


Granny Star


Mosaic Scarf



Bufanda Infinito (Español)

Up-Down Infinity (English)




Granny Squares Blanket


Wave Blanket


Lattice Scarf


Nina Blanket (Knit)



Granny Hat

Visor Hat


Estrella Invernal (gráfico)
Winter Star (graphic)


14 comments:

  1. Hola me encanta tu blog, tienes muchos trabajos lindos y veo que te encantan las bufandas. feliz dia

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  2. Anonymous2/12/2013

    Hi Ana: I LOVE, LOVE your style. I especially love your children's sweaters. I recently learned how to crochet but am not comfortable enough yet to venture out on my own (as far as changing a pattern). Would you consider selling your pattern? I would love to try crocheting one for my granddaughter. Thanks! - Betzi Ruiz

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    1. Thank you, Betzi. I really dont have a pattern for the sweaters. I basically improvise (just following the basic idea of the baby cardigan I refer to in my posts (Lanas & Hilos). You wouldn´t believe how many times I have to do and unravel...but each times it is different because all depends on the yarn and hook you use, and how loose/tight you crochet. I encouragre you, though, to start experimenting, especially if it is with a child´s garment.

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  3. Anonymous8/22/2013

    I just wanted to say thank you and let you know how very much I appreciate that your instructions are also in English. Your work is beautiful.

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  4. Thank You for Patterns in English. I love your Hats, scarves and shawls. Im a senior teaching my self. Do pretty good reading patterns so far.Love to do Bags and I like Squares . I would like the Granny Square Bag not yet out ?? Sweet Cherrie?? I think its called.

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  5. Anonymous10/13/2013

    I like your mini granny square gift bags. I have had a stroke so it is difficult for me to brake things down any basics of those granny squares like # of circle ch stitches and # of ch in between clusters of three. And you are using double crochet correct. Any clarity you can give me would be a help i really want to make these. If you can make any directions simple and basic.if you will do this ... i won't be able to thank you enough. Cyndy casladyhawk03@yahoo.com



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    1. I am so sorry, but I don´t have the pattern for the mini-granny gift bags ;-(

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  6. Hi Lana, I love your patterns!!! You are very talented. Thank you so much for making it possible for the patterns to be in english also.

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  7. I would like to know if I could have the pattern for the baby hat and sweater, I have been making just plain hats to donate to our hospital. But I love yours if you can it's cindek58@hotmail.com. If not I understand
    You are doing great work keep it up it is greatly appreciated and often the people who do the hard work aren't getting the gratitude they deserve, so I would like to say thank you from all those little warm babies, you're doing something special
    Cindy

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! I forward the same gratitude back at you for your lovely work. I have not made patterns for baby sweaters because it is hard to make calculations for the different sizes. I have done them in trial-and-error. But my suggestion is that you go to Ravelry where they have huge amounts of patterns (some free and some paid)

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  8. Thank you for all those beautiful patterns!

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  9. what method do you use to weave in ends on your k10-p10 baby blanket? Also did you carry yarn up the sides? your knitting is so lovely -- so is your crochet but I don't crochet.

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  10. I usually cut the yarn when changing colors. To weave the ends: I hide one strand at a time, and at the eand I split the yarn in half, and do a double knot.

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