Interweave Crochet, Spring 2017

Interweave Crochet, Winter 2017

A warm winter hat modeled after the South African flag.

A warm winter hat modeled after the South African flag.

South African Flag Toque

Fission Shawl. Interweave Crochet's

“Fission Shawl.” Interweave Crochet’s Crochetscene, 2014. (Photo credit:Β  Interweave Crochet)

Fission Shawl

Grand prize winner of the Claudia Hand-Painted Yarns

Fishnet Shawl.Β  Grand prize winner of the Claudia Hand-Painted Yarns “Shawl the Love” contest.

Fishnet Shawl

Shark Mittens

Shark Mittens pdf

Wooly Womb

Wooly_womb pdf

17 Responses to “Crochet Patterns”

  1. katie colbert Says:

    love the sharks!

    1. annettehynes Says:

      Thanks! I’m rather fond of them myself. πŸ™‚

  2. mcwillie Says:

    Hi, Annette. Nice blog. It will be good to keep up with your activities in Tanzania. Bon Voyage and God bless!


  3. Leslie Says:

    Wooly womb? Wow – that’s weird! 😎 I’m very curious to the story behind your creation there … very curious! I arrived here from the Ravelry site and found your story & blog quite interesting. Thanks.

  4. Leslie Says:

    Never mind – I found the explanation elsewhere on your blog … ingenious! Happy travels and thanks for the cool shark mitt pattern.

  5. Renee Says:

    I can’t seem to get the shark mittens pattern to download. Could you post it here so I can copy and paste rather than try to download the file? I would really like to make them for my 2 year old grandson who is obsessed with sharks lately.
    Thanks a bunch!

  6. Renee Says:

    Finally got the shark pattern to download πŸ™‚

  7. […] Β Shark Mittens by Annette Hynes, on Annette’s Crochet Site: How fun are these! This Tunisian pattern is sure to be a hit – and not mixed up with the other kids in class! […]

  8. Love the shark mitts! I featured a link to them this morning on Moogly! πŸ™‚ Thank you for sharing your pattern!

    1. annettehynes Says:

      Thanks, Tamara! I’m glad you enjoyed them!

  9. salamanda47 Says:

    Hi Annette, I’ve been asked to come up with some lesson plans and ideas, but for the youngest age-set I was thinking of using a “reading shark” glove puppet character, just so the children see sharks as non-threatening – would it be okay to use your pattern? Thanks, Sally

    1. annettehynes Says:

      Sally, I would be delighted. Send photos! πŸ™‚

  10. Thank you so much for sharing the pattern for free. Much love for that. My nephew is gonna love these.

    1. annettehynes Says:

      Thanks, Janice! I hope your nephew enjoys them as much as mine did!

  11. skiellach Says:

    Wooly womb? I’m an RN. I love it!!

  12. Torre Bryant Says:

    Wow that flag is remarkable. Thanks for sharing.

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