• An interesting make, using two strands of Eco-Cotton together. This produces a thick fabric. The stitch pattern adds lots of textural interest. Pattern Difficulty: Advanced Beginner Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Ola Ogunlolu     download link    
  • Yarn: SuperTwist Sock, KidSilk Designer: Brenda Grobler A fun and quick crochet hat. Perfect for beginners wanting to try a different ribbing technique. This project was originally used at the Ideas Magazine 2017 retreat. download link
  • Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Chriselle Wolfaardt Choyamba means “first” in Chichewa, the official language of Malawi, the Warm Heart of Africa. Chriselle started her teaching career in Malawi and is currently teaching in China. This is her first written crochet pattern. The name of this scarf is a perfect celebration of her achievements. download link
  • Yarn: SingleSpun Lace Yarn Designer: Teresa Jansen Van Vuuren Skill Level: Intermediate (This pattern is not suitable for beginner crocheters) This shawl is elegant and lightweight, perfect to keep your shoulders warm on chilly nights. download link
  • Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Anneke Wiese This pattern originally appeared in Issue 24 of Creative Hobbies. This lovely design from Anneke is so versatile. Add it to a round cushion, and depending on how deep you make your cushion cover, this could double up as a normal cushion or even a floor cushion! Or just make the mandala and use it on its own. For pattern stitch support, visit the Cool As Ice pattern support page. download link  
  • The Corner To Corner Shawl was originally designed for the Ideas Magazine's 2017 Retreat. This is a super project that would work with any of our yarns. Simply adjust your hook size to the yarn you're using. You can also decide how big you want it! Stop working when it has reached your preferred size. Yarn: Any of our yarns, but the pattern was written with Eco-Bamboo Difficulty: Confident Beginners Designer: Carlé Dehning download link      
  • Country Girl is an excellent starter garment. With minimal shaping, this would be a great project for beginner crocheters to try their hand at making their first garment. Yarn: Eco-Cotton (Eco-Fusion is an option as well, just make sure that you do a gauge sample first) Designer: Brenda Grobler Dificulty level: Easy download link
  • Yarn: Eco-Cotton Alternative Yarn: Eco-Fusion Designer: Brenda Grobler Difficulty level: Easy download link
  • Dennis The Dragon is fun toy to make for a special little one. Play around with colours and make a funky dragon that'll be treasured for many years. Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Jolene Moss download link
  • There are 3 bunnies, each are crocheted in a different yarn and hook size, but are the same pattern. Dixie: Eco-Cotton Maddie: Eco-Fusion Lulu: Eco-Bamboo Alternative Yarns: SuperTwist Sock, SuperTwist DK Designer: Phoebe Grobler download link
  • Pattern Difficulty: Intermediate Yarn: Eco-Cotton Designer: Stephanie Davies Donna’s Mandala is a lace mandala inspired by a friend’s mandala drawing. The mandala can be worked in a single colour or multiple colours. download link  
  • Yarn: Eco-Fusion Designer: Brenda Grobler Emmy & Grace is a wonderful dual pattern. The yoke is the same for both garments, and are thereafter customised to become either a cute little dress, or a playful pullover. If Eco-Bamboo is used, it will result in slightly smaller garment and Eco-Cotton will create a slightly bigger garment. Happy crocheting! download link