New Pattern to Debut in the Shop

Dizzy Lizzy Pattern

We are welcoming in a new pattern into the Grace Elizabeth’s Etsy Shop. With the release of the Dizzy Lizzy Apron we’ve debuted our first sewing pattern! We made our first Dizzy Lizzy Apron a few years ago – and the pattern to recreate it has been in the works ever[Read more]

5 Graduate Gifts They Will Love

Houndstooth Blanket by Grace Elizabeths

Along with spring comes graduations.  We are always pleasantly surprised at the graduation announcements and reception invitations we receive each year.  Those joyful young children are now young men and women ready to embark on a new adventure. My how time flies. Now for some thoughts on graduate gifts. Here is[Read more]

Easy to Make Crochet Market Bag

Market Bag Crochet Pattern by Grace Elizabeths

Are you ready for your local Farmer’s Market?  The count down has started.  We have 18 days until the Lincoln Historic Haymarket Farmer’s Market officially opens May 2, 2015.  In preparation, I designed this easy to make crochet market bag.  It will be perfect to bring home the long-awaited, carefully selected vegetables[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Crochet Circle Baby Blanket

Circle Baby Blanket

Project “Yarn Stash Buster” is still in progress.  Today I want to share with you a colorful crocheted circle baby blanket made from the never ending yarn pile I continue to share with you.  It’s like that plate of spaghetti in the restaurant.  No matter how much you eat it[Read more]

FREE Knitted Washcloth Pattern for the Beginner

FREE Pattern: Classic Diagonal Washcloth at Grace Elizabeth's #GEinc

When I was young, the classic diagonal washcloth pattern was the first knitted washcloth pattern I used to learn how to knit.  It was given to me by my mother who had gotten it from my grandmother.  Although I didn’t title this project a “stash buster” it could easily be used for that[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Socks

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Socks by Grace Elizabeth's

What do you do with that leftover sock yarn?  The perfect yarn stash buster is knitting baby socks of course. I always have yarn leftover when I make a pair of adult size socks.  This is the perfect project to use some of my sock yarn stash.  The pattern is[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Houndstooth Blanket

Yarn Stash Buster: Baby Houndstooth Blanket www.graceelizabeths.com

Are you ready for another “Yarn Stash Buster?”  This crocheted baby blanket may look familiar to those who follow our blog.   It was created by using a popular pattern found on the Grace Elizabeth’s Etsy shop – Houndstooth Afghan.     The pattern is for a full-sized afghan; however, I simply adjusted the beginning chain[Read more]

Yarn Stash Buster: Knitted Cowl

Yarn Stash Buster: Knitted Cowl - Free Pattern

Are you ready for a “Yarn Stash Buster?”  This knitted cowl was a natural.  I simply used a tried and true pattern from a past post, so if you are looking for a free pattern, here it is – Easy Peasy Knitted Cowl. I’m not sure which finished cowl I like[Read more]