Kristine Mullen

Kristine Mullen

Kristine Mullen is a SAHM of 6 children, ranging in age from 18 down to 1. Five of them are girls, which is where most of her inspiration comes from. She homeschools almost all of her children and has her crochet business on the side. Kristine's mother taught her to crochet when she was 5, but she didn't pick up a hook again until she was in her 20's. 

Kristine's desire is to pass on the art of crochet to others. She strives to write patterns that are easy for a beginner but when finished will have them feeling great about what they made. She loves to learn new crochet stitches, so she also has patterns for those that wish to take their skills to the next level.


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Patterns on AllFreeCrochet

  1. Buttercup Flower Headband
  2. Snow Princess Cowl and Wristlets
  3. Flower Hair Clip or Barrette Free Crochet Pattern
  4. Ball Stitch Dishcloth
  5. Citrus Spray Afghan Square
  6. Climbing Ivy Super Scarf
  7. So Cute Winter Beanie with Flower
  8. Soft & Squishy Baby Blanket
  9. Blaze Orange Hunting Crochet Beanie

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Making the Black Raspberry baby sweater. When I get to row 13 ( a repeat of row 11)stitches don't seem to work out right. Is there an error?

I am making the Red Heart Holiday Baby CocoonLW2611 #....... Where are the pompoms directions? Do you buy pompoms and glue them on or what?

The pomp-a-doodle yarn already has the pom poms attached to it. It takes a few stitches to get used to it, but works up fairly quickly.

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