3 new patterns to try this month!

Crochet Hooded Poncho Pullover, pattern by Mon Petit Violon

December is one hectic month! With all the projects to finish, with all the gifts to make and to buy… my head is spinning around and I am pretty sure I am not alone who feels that way. However December is also a very inspiring month and usually it is time when I finish most of my projects and get a bunch of new ideas!

With all that being said, here are 3 new patterns I recently released!

First one, and the most recent is for Knit Leaves Cardigan (Ravelry, Craftsy, Etsy). It is classic and timeless cardigan, great for all seasons and occasions! Sizes up to 12 years!

Knit Leaves Cardigan, pattern by Mon Petit ViolonKnit Leaves Cardigan, pattern by Mon Petit Violon

Another pattern is for Hooded Poncho Pullover (Ravelry, Craftsy, Etsy). It works up really quickly, as you have to use Bulky yarn. It is perfect for cold season and can be worn over a coat as well. Just note that if the child is on a borderline of sizes and you prefer more oversized look, follow instructions for next size.

Crochet Hooded Poncho Pullover, pattern by Mon Petit ViolonCrochet Hooded Poncho Pullover, pattern by Mon Petit Violon

And finally – new hat pattern for Slouchy Beanie (Ravelry, Craftsy, Etsy)! This hat is perfect for all members of a family. It is super easy and fun to make, and the texture is wonderful. Adding the faux fur pompoms is a great way to finish and make the hat even cuter! It is also great as last minute gift, in case you still need some new gift ideas! Slouchy Beanie, crochet pattern by Mon Petit ViolonSlouchy Beanie, crochet pattern by Mon Petit Violon

Happy Holiday Season!

Vita Apala

Hello! I am a designer behind Mon Petit Violon brand. In this little space of mine I share unique, beautiful and inspiring projects and patterns. I am an author and recently my first book "Super Cute crochet for Little Feet" was released in UK, Germany, France, Estonia an other countries! US version is coming out in March. I was born in Riga, Latvia, but currently living in Italy with my husband and our two kids. I truly believe that crochet (and other crafts as well) make the world a better place!

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