This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet for Father’s Day! It’s tough finding patterns that are perfect for dad … and not only will you enjoy these treasures, the man in your life will to!
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#1: Father Pullover
The Father Pullover by Melissa Leapman on Ravelry features a handsome pullover any man would enjoy wearing. Melissa writes; “The man in your life will enjoy wearing this classic crew neck pullover. The ribbed pattern is easy to crochet, but looks like the work of an experienced crafter.”
#2: “The Hobbit” Fingerless Gloves for Guys
“The Hobbit” Fingerless Gloves for Guys by Jen Spears on Ravelry who writes: “I loved the gloves I saw in the movie “The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey” and had to try to make them. I am not affiliated with the folks who hold copyrights, just a big fan.”
#3: Brain Waves Beanie
The Brain Waves Beanie by Liz McQueen on Ravelry writes: “Instead of making a hat with straight lines, why not make one with a little more style? This is the original Brain Waves Beanie.”
#4: Diamonds in the Rough
The Diamonds in the Rough by Michael Snow on Ravelry who writes; “The subtle textured diamond pattern of this crocheted scarf works to complement any outfit, rather than compete with it. Alternately worked in simple and purl Tunisian stitches, the pattern works up quickly for last-minute gifts.”
#5: Saugatuck Winter
The Saugatuck Winter by Drew Emborsky on Ravelry writes: “I spent my youth in Saugatuck, Michigan, where we knew that the only colder place in the country in winter time was Nome, Alaska – maybe. I had a sweater just like this one and it was my absolute favorite for comfort and style. Here is an updated crocheted version.”
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