We're back! Yes we took a weekend off to honor our veterans in Great Britain, Canada and the United States. Speaking of Canada, today's indie crochet artist makes her home in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cyprianne Nolan is mom to two boys and is owned by a cat named Bijou. Her website, Pretty Darn Adorable, is filled with great designs for all ages!
Cyprianne Nolan has been in business since 2009. Originally the Speckled Frog, now Pretty Darn Adorable has offered crocheters a plethora of great designs! All of her designs are useful and many are great fun! You all know I cannot resist adorable kids patterns and of course Cyprianne Nolan has designed fantastically, or fantastical, fabulous kid friendly fashions. Looking for a special gift for the home? Look no further than Pretty Darn Adorable.
Winter is a great time for knitting and crocheting. Especially for kids. To see them all bundled up with in cute hats and scarves is just priceless. Beneath their hats, pink faces from the cold. Too cute for words. Of course Cyprianne Nolan has designs for both genders and all ages. Not to mention, donating to charity has never been easier with unisex patterns from Pretty Darn Adorable. Naturally, it is hard to choose a few examples but I don't want to ruin the fun of exploring this great site for yourself. I will do my best to keep this brief.
Just about every pattern designed by Cyprianne Nolan is written in a variety of sizes. Therefore, grown-up people will not miss out on classic accessories. What could be sweeter? (especially if you still have those last minute gifts!)
If your friends and family have diverse tastes like my friends and family do you'll be glad you visited Pretty Darn Adorable. You'll find that Cyprianne Nolan has created a lovely space with plenty of stunning patterns. If you like her website, become a fan of Cyprianne, check her profile on Ravelry, Etsy and Pinterest. Thank you for your time today and to all those indie designers to add flavor to our crocheting and knitting! :)
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