After you pick up your free pattern, be sure to come back to enter to win two more!
I was first captivated by Jennifer Dougherty’s work because she does the most fabulous textures with her designs. Ribs and cables truly shine in her portfolio. I’m not the only one to have noticed, though. You’ll soon be able to find Jennifer’s first book available and you can catch a glimpse of it on Amazon by clicking the book image below.
Notice and Disclaimer: All crochet patterns written by Kim Guzman at CrochetKim are in US terms. All photos not copyright to Kim Guzman are posted with permission. This website contains affiliate links.
This adorable Gingerbread Cookie Hat is one of her free patterns and is written for sizes newborn through teen/adult.
Pick up your free crochet pattern download from Jennifer Dougherty of Crochet by Jennifer HERE.
This photo below is the Harlequin Baby Overalls from Crochet by Jennifer and written in sizes newborn through 12-18 months. You can find the pattern HERE for purchase. I’ve decided that this is my favorite project by this designer (today).
I’ll admit that it took me quite awhile to decide on this pattern as my favorite. Jennifer has so many good ones. Knowing that, I’ve decided that this week’s giveaway will be a bit different. You get to pick! That’s right, the winner will get to pick two of their favorite patterns from Jennifer’s Ravelry Store HERE. (This offer includes individual patterns only; not e-books.)
One name will be chosen randomly from all names entered prior to close at 12:00am (CST) on September 12, 2016. The winner will be required to provide me with his/her email address and I will purchase the two patterns on Ravelry using the gift option. The patterns will be automatically available to the winner in digital PDF format. Leaving your email address is mandatory to enter. Choose any of the other options for additional entries. Good luck, everyone!
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Many of you have written to me to ask how you can help support CrochetKim. A Patreon account was suggested but I thought it would be better to provide ad-free PDFs of my patterns so you would get something in return. I'm steadily working on adding PDFs to all my patterns and I've also made this compilation available at a discounted price. You can, of course, view, print, paste to a word processor, convert to PDF, etc. on your own. This is just an extra feature so that people help out, if they want. Thank you to all of you for your overwhelming support and kindness these many years. Enjoy!