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Divine Debris: Designer Showcase on Moogly

This month’s Designer Showcase features the delightful Amber Millard of Divine Debris! Amber creates graphic and gorgeous crochet patterns that are youthful and fun! Learn more about this talented crocheter, and get 5 free crochet patterns here on Moogly!

A Bit About the Designer

Amber crochets some of the cutest stuff on my daily Instagram feed, and her designs were a frequent feature on The Loop Scoop! So I’m super excited to share her work and learn more about her in this Designer Showcase!

Here’s a bit about Amber in her own words:

Divine Debris Amber Millard

Hi! I’m Amber Millard, the designer behind Divine Debris. I’ve been designing for almost 10 years but my crochet journey started back when I was just a tiny human. My mother taught me how to crochet, with a Boye 4.00 mm hook and a skein of worsted weight yarn (it was variegated white, purple, and green and I vividly remember it). Like any overly ambitious 7-year-old, I decided to make a blanket. In a not-so-surprising turn of events, that blanket became my very first abandoned WIP. Luckily, it didn’t turn me off to crocheting forever and at about 25, I picked up a crochet hook again.

When I started crocheting again in my 20s I made basically everything I could and it wasn’t long before I started trying to make my own patterns. Through lots of trial and error (and so much frogging!) I started to figure some things out and found that designing really helped to scratch that itch that I, a lifelong art kid, absolutely needed in my life. And back in 2016 I discovered tapestry crochet and my goodness, it was like a light switched on and I knew I found something I really wanted to do.
I like to call it “painting with yarn” because for me it’s a very similar creative process to the drawing and painting I did when I was a teen. I usually sit down and “sketch” many graphs before I settle on one I really like and pull out my yarn. And thanks to social media, I’m seeing so many more people using tapestry, intarsia, and c2c than just a few years ago and they are making some beautiful crochet colorwork. It just makes me so happy for fiber artists.

In addition to crochet, I love to beer explore with my husband (where I often take my yarn with me), read as many books and comics as I can, and watch Bob’s Burgers from start to finish again.

Divine Debris’ Most Important Links:

Here are 5 wonderful crochet pattern freebies from Amber, on Divine Debris!

Divine Debris Free Crochet Patterns

5 Free Crochet Patterns on Divine Debris

Click on the links of the patterns you like to go to their pattern pages!

  1. Cool Cactus Landscape Cardigan –
  2. Glenda Ghost Bag –
  3. Gertrude Ghost Pullover –
  4. Shrooms and Blooms Wall Hanging –
  5. Mushroom Reflections Wall Hanging –

Thank you so much to Amber for being featured in the Moogly Designer Showcase! Be sure to check out all of the links above for more great crochet – and save this pin to your crafty Pinterest board so you can find it later!

Divine Debris: Designer Showcase on Moogly

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