5 out of 5 stars
The moment I saw this dress on TransatlanticCrochet's tiktok I waited for the pattern to drop. Now I'm waiting for the yarn! I've studied the pattern a bit so I can get a jump on it when I do start it. It's another brilliantly written out pattern, a bit more advanced than their sweater pattern but still very easy to understand. I can't wait!
lexieroseme on Nov 16, 20215 out of 5 stars
The pattern is very easy to read. Haven't made the sweater yet, but I'm looking forward to it!
Vittoria on Oct 15, 20215 out of 5 stars
Super easy way to use up a couple of small balls left over from a larger project, nice finished product. I had to use a bit over 100g to get to the length I wanted, but that's my personal preference. Will likely try more patterns in the future.
5 out of 5 stars
Adorable crochet cosplay/costume while still being something you can wear out of costume and stay warm in. I'll be hunting bad guys in this for Halloween. Again, thank you TransatlanticCrochet for making adorable patterns that are easy to follow. You're amazing!
5 out of 5 stars
This pattern was absolutely perfect to practice working on gorgeous sweaters. It's written up well and works up fairly quickly which is brilliant because the weather is getting cold.
(Edit to add picture and a short feel good moment. I had a woman flag me down while riding my bike just to tell me she liked my sweater. That's the first time that's ever happened to me for anything I've ever worn. So you will get compliments with this sweater!)
Carol on May 20, 20215 out of 5 stars
I BOUGHT THIS CUTE PATTERN TO GIVE TO MY GRANDDDAUGHTER. I TAUGHT HER TO CROCHET A FEW YEARS AGO.
A team of crocheters from across the pond
A team of millennial crocheters here to dispel the myths of crochet being for old ladies.
Jess learned to crochet when she was 16, and her hobby really took of while she was in university as she would sell crocheted items to earn pocket money. It wasn't until 2018 that she became confident enough to write her own patterns. Over the years she has drawn inspiration from fast fashion, necessity and eventually from film and animation as she delved into crochet cosplay and made it her own.
The current manager and head crocheter is Jess. She grew up in Cornwall (UK) and moved to France until 2006 and moved again to Iceland in 2020. She currently works as a software engineer for a computer game company.
Second in command is Emma-Justine. She’s from Norwalk, CT (US), and met Jess when she came to Toulouse to study wine. She hops to and fro the Atlantic every now and again to visit but no longer has time to contribute much to the blog or shop.
Maxime, Jess’ boyfriend, is now also a member of the Transatlantic Crochet team after learning to crochet in 2019. He is a French-Norman computer nerd and lives with Jess in Iceland.
Owner, Designer, Maker
Born in the UK, moved to France at 11 then to Iceland at 25. Jess has been crocheting since she was 16, and writing novels and drawing comics since long before that. She has an engineering degree in robotics and now works for a video game company.
Born and raised in Normandy, he met Jess and learned to crochet while studying in Toulouse. He does not crochet products for the store but is the official "Instagram boyfriend" of the team.
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