Heatwave burnin’ in my heart!

No, I’ve not gone mad.

I’m not in love.

I’m just inspired, motivated and feel like last night’s storm really blew away the cobwebs as well as my fence!

The fence has been repaired, so I thought I’d celebrate by getting another pattern online!



Heatwave Cowl


It’s available for free on Ravelry (pop it in your basket then add the code ‘Heatwave‘) or Craftsy (pattern will be set to paid on Friday April 8th) from
today until
midnight on April 8 2016  so grab it while you can.


Wow guys, over 150 downloads in ONE HOUR! You lot are pretty amazing.

SO, how about a little Thank You from Me to You?

It seems you adore the colour – one face booker reviewed it by saying

‘Oh my goodness, you can feel the warmth
coming from the cowl,
what a stunning colour, thank you’

So, I have one gorgeous ball of Schoppel Zauberball in Burnt Almond for one lucky, lucky crocheter.


Simply comment below (how about what designs or tutorials you’d like to see here, or what your favourite design already is) and a random number generator will pick a winner at 8pm on Friday April 8th 2016!

Good luck x

With love,


21 thoughts on “Heatwave burnin’ in my heart!

  1. Thank you for your generous give-away! I love shawl patterns very much but I also like scarves and cowls. Your heatwave pattern looks fabulous, it is a wonderful pattern for my holiday next week! Viola

  2. Oh my goodness, I am in love with your Lace Necklace. Can you make the pattern available?
    I like to make cowl, scarves and hats. Tutorials for all patterns of that type would be good.

  3. Thank you for posting your free pattern link on FB. The link allowed me to not only obtain a great pattern but to find your blog as well. I like cowl patterns easy to work up and a very portable project. Off to explore your blog!

  4. Hello Zoë,

    First of all many thanks for so generously sharing your pattern!

    Your cowl looks gorgeous! The colours also complement the red hair (I got red hair too!). I wish I had just the right yarn for this!!!

    I hope to be in on a chance to win, I have also just written a little blog post to show off your lovely cowl and tell others about your pattern – of course I respect your copyright and have linked back to you!!!

    Read it here: http://myfunkycrochet.blogspot.be/2016/03/would-you-like-free-crochet-shawl.html

    PS: Your blog is on my reading list!

    Happy crocheting!
    Ingrid xx

  5. It’s lovely. I have a desire for a free form/german short row afghan. Is that crazy or what!?!? Thanks for sharing!

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