The Floral Scarves Crochet Collection #1: includes 4 patterns with an elegant timeless design and a floral touch. Available at: Etsy www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com
Each pattern is designed by Valerie Baber Designs adding a unique touch to your wardrobe. Includes the Rose Cowl Scarf, Juliette Floral Scarf, Floral Eyelet Long scarf and the Floral Eyelet Collar scarf.
These one of a kind designs are perfect for any wardrobe and add a floral touch to warm you in the colder months. You can also use them as and accent scarf for your favourite shirt, sweater or T shirt.
REGULAR $32.00 TO PURCHASE ALL 4 PATTERNS SEPARATELY SAVING YOU $7.00.
Written in US terminology.
Patterns are written with charts, photos and written instructions to make it easy for you to make.
Rose Cowl uses Worsted weight yarn, Juilette uses fingerling/sock weight yarn, Floral Eyelet long scarf uses fingerling/sock weight yarn and Floral Eyelet collar scarf uses worsted and fingerling/sock weight yarn. Visit my Etsy store for more information.
You can also purchase each of these patterns separately as well as other designs by Valerie Baber Designs. See my listings for more patterns.
To purchase separately: Etsy store: www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com or Ravelry www.ravelry.com/designers/valerie-baber
An original design by Valerie Baber Designs Copyright © 2020 Valerie Baber Designs
Ocean inspired scarves in various styles handmade and designed by myself. Each one is One of a Kind in colour or style. Made with hand painted merino wool to give each design a special touch and style. You can see more information about each one at http://www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com or http://www.valeriebaberknitwear.com
Many new designs including scarves, hand warmers as well as yarns and patterns to make your own scarf. Have a beautiful day today!
Although summer is nearing and the temperatures are starting to increase the need for Hand Warmers is still prevalent when you work inside all day with the A/C blasting. Whether in an office or working retail these hand warmers will keep you warm and comfortable all day. Available in a variety of styles, colors & made from a high quality hand painted merino wool, these accessories are a must have come fall, winter, spring or summer. The perfect piece to add to your wardrobe!
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Blossom Hand Warmers or Arm Warmers new at http://www.valeriebaberdesign.com and http://www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com Available in these three colours with a light gray, dark gray or mauve base with mauve blossoms. On the gray designs the center of the blossom is a yellow green combo and the mauve set is all in mauve for a tonal effect.
Other colours coming soon. Enjoy your day today!
Tea Rose scarves in two different colours perfect to warm a cold day or accent your shirt, sweater or coat. The purple one is accented with a blue purple hand painted merino wool on the roses with lovely green leaves and the pink one has purple roses. Roses continue to be a bit part of my designs as they mean so much to many people and to myself reminding me of my wonderful mother. Add a floral touch to your wardrobe today at http://www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com
Have an amazing day today!
Beach Stone Scarves in various styles and colours are now available on my stores at www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com and www.valeriebaberdesign.com
Made with hand painted merino wool that is soft and luxurious to wear. Available in the blue, ivory and gray backgrounds with beach stones and sea plants you see on the beach. One of my favourite places to go is Vancouver, Canada. The yarn used is from SweetGeorgia Yarns which is also in Vancouver, Canada. A perfect match for this design as Felicia often uses inspiration from the area for the colours of her beautiful yarns. The blue is called Deep Cove which is a beautiful area outside of Vancouver that has water this amazing colour. I had a great time popping into SweetGeorgia Yarns last week when I took a visit to Vancouver. More on that later….
You can purchase my designs locally in the Edmonton, Alberta, Canada area at:
Alberta Craft Council: www.albertacraft.ab.ca
Art Gallery of St. Albert: www.artgalleryofstalbert.com
NEW CROCHET PATTERN:
Introducing the Elegant Rose Collection – hand and arm warmers crochet pattern now available at: (also available as a kit with yarn and pattern)
The last picture shows some of the yarn colours available in the Crochet kits available. You receive one skein of Sweetgeorgia Yarn of your choice (there are other colours on my site as well) and one pattern. Check out more at http://www.valeriebaberdesign.com or http://www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com
I used beautiful Worsted Weight yarn from http://www.sweetgeorgiayarns.com in this new Snowfall colour of light gray and a lovely natural colour called Birch. The yarn is wonderfully soft and luxurious perfect to compliment this elegant design. Below are some of the scarf patterns that will be available soon to compliment these hand and arm warmers.
Stained Glass Window Scarf is based on the Stained Glass Windows of past Architecture with a trim reminiscent of Gothic Style Architecture. As I continue to work on my Architectural journey with yarn and needles I am inspired by many different styles and designs of the past that continue to influence us today. In previous designs I have concentrated on the Stone Tracery on Gothic Architectural buildings. This year I will be concentrating on the Stained Glass with an undertone of Stone Tracery and other aspects of design. I have always loved Stained Glass and even took some course on Stained Glass for a couple of years. I know the depth and extreme talent, patience and skill it takes to make and design a window like this. It is very time consuming and you need to be a perfectionist to achieve the finished product. I can tell you having made Stained Glass in the Past that is much easier to crochet it like I have. I love both working with glass and with yarn, but now that my designing is in yarn again I just had to let my inspiration go in this direction. SEE MORE PICTURES BELOW. At the bottom of these pictures you will see the underside of the Stained Glass Window showing 3 buttons you can use to fasten this design where you like.
Various designs are available at www.valeriebaberdesign.com, www.valeriebaberdesign.etsy.com and other local store locations (message me for locations of stores in the Edmonton, Alberta area).
This is my first try at Stained Glass with yarn and there is definitely room for improvement and fine tuning so pop by again to see how I improve and enhance this stained glass crochet. I will be selling a few down the road and will let you know at that time where. This is just the beginning of this adventure so come along with me and join in the journey by following my Social Media where I will post new blog posts and listings in this Collection and more.
This scarf was made with beautiful www.sweetgeorgiayarns.com in the dk weight Super Wash Merino wool on the base of the scarf. The metal trim around the “crochet glass” pieces was done in the exquisite Cashluxe Spark yarn in the Slate colour way. It has a lovely sparkle to it that shines in the light giving that perfect metallic essence. The Stained Glass pieces were done in www.malabrigoyarn.com Rios yarn that I had on hand. I love combining different yarns from different companies at each is unique especially when it comes to hand painted yarns like these. Each skein of hand painted yarn is done perfectly just for you to expand the Artistic journey for the item you are making.
Lace Shawl – Scarf – Poncho with a Stained Glass Rose Window Brooch showing the details of the stained glass window that is under the Rose window tracery. This design shown in two different stone colours has the “Wired to the Past” design essence that I am continuing to work on this year. You can wear this design as a poncho/shawl or a scarf depending on where you fasten the buttons and brooch. The brooch can be worn on or off this piece. See the slide show below for the various ways to wear this new design. Other styles and colour will follow as I have time to make them.
Yarns used in this design are mostly from www.sweetgeorgiayarns.com
See more of my designs at www.valeriebaberdesign.com, www.valeriebaberdesigns.etsy.com