Household


Household patterns designed by Tracie Barrett

Ave Maria Tree Skirt

Ave Maria Tree Skirt

This is an experienced pattern. It uses bead and thread and math. Listed in the pattern is the yardage for each piece of the design. You select how many motifs you need and go from there.

It’s a very striking design and will look incredible in any color combination. It can easily become a table cloth by simply joining on the last side.

An heirloom piece, the Ave Maria Tree Skirt is designed with a simple border that won’t bother a crocheter to pull out to add another round of motifs to the skirt.

Please note, I used a Boye Steel hook size 0 / 3.25mm on this pattern. However, you should be able to use a size D aluminum hook and achieve a similar gauge.

$5.50 PDF pattern

Broomstick Lace Washcloth

Broomstick Lace Washcloth

This is a simple pattern for introducing Broomstick Lace. It only takes approximately 1oz of cotton worsted weight. Gauge isn’t critical for this project. If you’d rather use a dowel or a different size needle for your loops, feel free. Enjoy!

$1.75 PDF download

Felted Coasters and Box

Felted Coasters and Box

A great gift for yourself or a housewarming. Make it in colors to match the decor. The coasters work up quickly and when all done get felted to protect furniture from sweaty glasses. The box helps keep all the coasters in one place when not in use.

$3.50 PDF download

Felted Dishes

Felted Dishes

Need some handy dishes for keeping keys and coins from taking over your side tables? These dishes are perfect for that. Make them in colors to coordinate with your home and control the chaos.

$3.50 PDF download

Striped Cotton Dishtowel

Striped Dishtowel

This is a quick and fun pattern for a striped cotton dishtowel. You will need 3.5 50g balls of kitchen cotton for the main color and about half of a 50g ball for the contrast color.

Free Download

Totally Utilitarian Dishtowel

Totally Utilitarian Dishtowel

This is it, the Totally Utilitarian Dishtowel. It ain’t pretty, it ain’t meant to be. Use it, abuse it, when it wears out, make another one! It’s a quick pattern and uses approx. 3.5 balls of 50g of worsted weight kitchen cotton.

Free Download
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