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Hi Crocheters! Today we are having a Meet and Greet with Amy Ramnarine from The Stitchin’ Mommy.

Read on below to learn about Amy and her designs before scrolling to the end of this post for a selection of free crochet patterns from The Stitchin’ Mommy.

This post includes just a small sampling of all the wonderful patterns, tutorials and projects she has available for you online. Be sure to check out her social media channels for even more goodies!

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The Stitchin’ Mommy

Meet Amy

Question: Who are you? Tell me about yourself.

Hi all! My name is Amy and I am the designer behind The Stitchin’ Mommy. I have been crocheting since 2009 and designing my own crochet patterns professionally since 2012. I also create recipes and craft projects that I share on my blog!

Question: How did you learn how to crochet? How long have you been crocheting?

I have been crocheting for about 13 years. I taught myself how to crochet by watching video tutorials on YouTube.

Question: Do you have any tips for new crocheters? Any guidance to make them successful at a new hobby?

Keep practicing and never stop learning. I continue to learn new crochet techniques on a regular basis and I utilize them to improve my crochet projects. Also, make sure you try out different crochet hooks until you find a type that feels comfortable. I have tried many hooks and have only recently found hooks that I really like and are comfortable to crochet with for hours on end.

Question: What do you enjoy crocheting the most?

I love to make blankets, especially baby blankets. They are my favorite thing to make because I know that they are going to a little special someone.

Question: What else are you passionate about (other than crochet)?

I love to cook and I love being a dance mom!

Question: What prompted you to start designing?

I started crocheting as a creative outlet after leaving a high-stress job. Designing started because of my need to create the things from the ideas in my head. Once I landed on a thought, I had to create it to see it through to the end.

Question: How long have you been designing and where do you publish your patterns?

I have been designing for 10 years and I publish my patterns on my website,

Question: What drives you to create? Where do you find inspiration for your designs?

My kids give me the most inspiration. I love to design items for them. I am also very inspired by color combinations and patterns.

Question: What do you enjoy designing the most?

I love to design hats. They can be quite challenging at times but I love a good challenge and it is almost like figuring out a puzzle with stitch counts for the stitch patterns and figuring out measurements for the hat sizes.

Question: What tips would you give to someone interested in designing and blogging?

Content is about quality not quantity. Make sure to put out good quality patterns and make sure your photos are clear and well lit.

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Question: What goals have you set for yourself for the future?

I would like to publish a crochet book.

Question: Who are your favorite makers? How have they inspired you?

I learned to crochet by watching videos from Tamara at Moogly. I learned so much from her when I was starting out and still continue to learn from her to this day. I was excited to be able to work with her on several occasions and I still find her video tutorials and designs to be inspiring.

Question: Do you have a favorite yarn you like to use when you are crocheting? What colors and fibers do you gravitate toward when choosing your yarn?

I have a few favorite yarns that I really like to work with. I have worked with Caron Cakes and Lion Brand Mandala a lot in the past. I currently like working with Knit Picks Brava Worsted yarn and Scheepjes SoftFun.

Question: Do you have anything else you’d like to share with us?

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Instagram: @thestitchinmommy

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Free Crochet Patterns from The Stitchin’ Mommy

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Free Crochet Patterns from The Stitchin' Mommy

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Juliet Hat square - Amy Ramnarine

Juliet Hat

Available in sizes:
0-3 Months – Fits 16″ head size
3-6 Months – Fits 17″ head size
6-12 Months – Fits 18″ head size
12-24 Months – Fits 19″ head size
3-5 Years – Fits 20″ head size
6-10 Years – Fits 21″ head size
Adult Small – Fits 22″ head size
Adult Medium – Fits 23″ head size
Adult Large – Fits 24″ head size

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Gracelynn Ribbed Hat 2 - Amy Ramnarine

Gracelynn Ribbed Hat

Available in sizes:
1-3 years – Fits 19″ head size
3-5 years – Fits 20″ head size
6-10 years – Fits 21″ head size
Adult Small – Fits 22″ head size
Adult Medium – Fits 23″ head size
Adult Large – Fits 24″ head size

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Riverside Headband Earwarmer 2 - Amy Ramnarine

Riverside Headband Earwarmer

Available in sizes:
6-10 Years – Fits 19″ Head size
Teen – Fits 20″ Head size
Adult Small – Fits 21″ Head size
Adult Medium – Fits 22″ Head size
Adult Large – Fits 23″ Head size

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Tidal Ridge Scarf square - Amy Ramnarine

Tidal Ridge Scarf

This pretty Tidal Ridge Scarf is crocheted with Furls Wander Yarn and a 5.5 mm (I) crochet hook. The finished scarf measures 8.25 inches wide X 56 inches long when complete.

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Ombre Granny Stripe Cowl square - Amy Ramnarine

Ombre Granny Stripe Cowl

This gorgeous cowl is made with Lion Brand Mandala Ombre yarn. I saw this colorway and I knew I had to use it right away! It’s a beautiful mix of blue and pink, which happen to be two of my favorite colors.

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Spring Tranquility Infinity Scarf square - Amy Ramnarine

Spring Tranquility Infinity Scarf

I was inspired by this beautiful Lion Brand Mandala Ombre yarn and I just had to use it! This scarf reminds me of all of the beautiful colors of spring and all of the beautiful flowers that bloom in my backyard.

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Simple Neutral Ripple Blanket 4 - Amy Ramnarine

Simple Neutral Ripple Blanket

The pattern for this blanket is a super simple ripple. I also left the color scheme neutral because they are not finding out the baby’s gender until the birth. I was so happy that my friend loved the blanket and I am happy to be able to share the pattern with you.

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Nubby Scrubby Color Block Washcloth 2 - Amy Ramnarine

Nubby Scrubby Color Block Washcloth

This easy to crochet Nubby Scrubby Color Block Washcloth can be made in your favorite cotton yarns and is even great as a scrapbuster project!

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Go Green Mesh Tote - Amy Ramnarine

Go Green! Mesh Tote

I love making totes in the summer. I take them to the beach, to the market, to the library, and practically everywhere else. I especially love taking them to the market because I don’t have to waste plastic bags. This Go Green Mesh Tote is on the smaller size but you can easily upscale it to suit your needs.

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Felicity the Flamingo - Amy Ramnarine

Felicity the Flamingo

Free amigurumi crochet pattern for Felicity the Flamingo. Crocheted with Medium Weight [4] Cotton Yarn in 4 colors and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook.

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