Found this in the Disney archives (well, not actually Disney’s, just my own). Several years old, never posted.
I was inspired to create this design (technically it’s a variation of Flower Lattice) by a crochet blanket I found on the Yarnspirations website. They called it “Little Dots Will Do Ya,” but I remembered it as a play on the old Brylcreem commercial, “A little dab’ll do ya.” That’s why mine is called Diamond Dabs.
U3-and-P3 is a super simple pattern. By varying the row repetitions and warping configurations, you can achieve a number of looks.
Received a request for a pattern depicting a cup. Surely Cup o’ Soup is everyone’s favorite midnight snack. Hence the name.
This pattern is called “Chick (1)” because there’s another similar design in the offing. It may never see the light of day, but it exists.
Sample square shows Chick (1) with all optional stitches.
Maybe I should be embarrassed about the Easter basket pattern I posted earlier today; I’m not. Though not very good, it illustrates a step in pattern designing—morphing from one idea to another. Originally the green square below was part of an Easter egg design (one of many failed attempts). My husband thought it looked like a basket, so I altered it slightly, called it “Easter Basket,” and posted it here. The more I saw it, the less I liked it. It was pretty obvious how to tidy it up, so here’s the new pattern: