My Favourite Australian Crochet Designers

There are so many gorgeous crochet patterns available online that’s it’s hard to choose what to make next!

I thought I’d share my favourite Australian crochet designers with you – each of these ladies is doing amazing things and you’ll love making their crochet patterns.


Kylie from Stitched Up Craft

Now there’s granny squares and there’s granny squares, and Kylie know how to make a traditional granny square crochet blanket look amazing! I’m swooning over her use of colour, especially in her Spin Your Granny Square Blanket.


Amanda from Red Agape

If you love colour, and you love flowers, and you love crochet, then you’ve got to follow Amanda from Red Agape! I love everything she designs and you’ll be inspired by her crochet patterns too.


Shelley from Spincushions

Shelley is an absolute crochet expert and I’ve learnt so much from her book “Granny Square Flair” and from going to one of her workshops. Shelley’s expertise is designing crochet squares that are unique and interesting to make.

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Calling all Boho Babes ? The delicate, fringed, Melbourne Wrap, is rooted deep in a 70s crochet style and the trick is in its design simplicity. The same pattern is used repeatedly with slight variations on size and rounds, so even a beginner can be confident in making this stunner. Start now and even if you’re a slow hooker, you’ll be able to gift it to someone for Christmas ? Made with @scheepjes #ourtribe in the @lillabjorncrochet colourway. Photo by Jo O'Keefe @missfarmerjojo Model @_sallyjayne.c #arewereallytalkingxmasinaugust #nothingbeatshandmadegifts #grannysquareflairbook #crochet #melbournewrap #crochetshawl #crochetwrap #crochetersofinstagram #crocheteveryday #crochetpattern #yarn #crochetaddict #crochetgirlgang #yarnaddict #crochetstagram

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