I love creating new things and with my crochet, and most of what I make is my own design. I wanted to share my creations with others so started writing them up. That is how The Cool Crochet Society got started.
I’ve now made a library of my patterns so instead of purchasing my patterns individually, you can access all of them in a single place for a one off fee.
The Lifetime Pattern Pass is how you can access all my crochet patterns – every single one of them – and never pay again no matter how many new patterns I add.
The free patterns on my blog are in there too – ad free of course.
My shower puff pattern was one of the first patterns I wrote. It’s an easy if a bit fiddly and only needs single crochet, double crochet and chains to make. It’s just one of the patterns included in the Lifetime Pattern Pass
The price is raised each time a new pattern is added, so if you buy now you are getting an absolute bargain.
Each pattern can be downloaded as a pdf, and you will have Lifetime access to all the files.
My 50 Stitches crochet along is included too, and I will be adding patterns to the Pass all the time with no extra cost to you EVER!
The Lifetime Pattern Pass is hosted on Thinkific. Once you have registered to my ‘school’ you can then purchase the Pass. Payment is taken via Stripe which is safe and secure for both of us.
Once payment is confirmed you should immediately receive an email with details on how to login.
All of my patterns are listed down the left hand side, the newest ones will be down at the bottom. Each one is has guidance photos, recommended yarn and hook size. I write my patterns in US terms but I often have the UK translation in there too.
I love little projects, especially practical items like bath puffs, lip balm key rings (I can never find mine in my cavern of a bag) and hotpads. But I also like being able to get stuck into something big like a good afghan pattern.
You will find a wide variety of project types in my patterns but I focus more on the small accessories that you can make in a couple of hours.
My favourite yarn type is cotton, but unless the pattern is for something you’re going to get wet, or expose to extreme heat like a hot load then you can swap cotton for any other fiber type of the same yarn weight.
If you are interested in purchasing the Lifetime Pattern Pass, containing all the patterns created by The Cool Crochet Society, click the button below