My outfits on Craftsy

One of the most common questions I'm getting in my Tunisian Crochet Craftsy class has little to do with the class content at all. The question is: "Where can I get the pattern for what you are wearing?".

I'm not shy at all about letting you know what I'm wearing - I've had a ton of fun in times past documenting my personal style. I wore a mix of knit and crochet, with some Broomstick, Hairpin and of course, Tunisian, thrown into the mix for good measure.

( The photo up above is from Lesson 7, I'm wearing Borgia. )

So here's a lesson-by-lesson, play-by-play of my outfits with the links to learn more about the patterns behind them:

Lesson 1: I'm wearing Asymmetric Redux as a cardi.  To the left of the photo, you can see Anais on the dress form, with the free pattern Chainmaille Cowl.

Lesson 2: Here I'm wearing the Endless Broomstick Cardi Shawl the longer way.  To the right, you can see a mannequin wearing the Tunisian Keyhole Cravat as well as a Slouchy Lace Beret in crochet.

Lesson 3: Here I'm wearing the Lotus design in the dress-length version.  The complicated looks belie a pretty straightforward hairpin lace design. I'm wearing the Slinky Fitted Shrug over that.

Lesson 4: Here I'm wearing one of my favorite garments, Andalausia. It's made with both hairpin lace and broomstick lace and you can wear it a ton of different ways. This is my favorite way to wear it.

Lesson 5: I'm wearing the Baroque Ladies Jacket with a belt. When I designed it, I wore it with ties, but I've been wearing it with shawl pins and belts more in recent years.

Lesson 6: Here I'm wearing Klimt. Klimt is hairpin lace.

Lesson 7: I'm wearing Borgia - you can see it at the top of this post.

Lesson 8:  I'm wearing the Endless Knitted Cardi Shawl here and I've paired it with one of our free patterns, the Statement Necklace.  This Cardi Shawl was our best-seller for a long time.

Lesson 9: Here I'm wearing the Hourglass Jacket. It's a top-down design in Broomstick Lace.

Lesson 10: Last but not least, you can see me here next to our lovely model Lucy wearing the Endless Crochet Cardi Shawl. Of course, Lucy is wearing the MultiGarment project from the class.

If you have a question about any of these outfits, or about the patterns available to make them, let me know in the comments.