🌸 About

Virkning Johanna (10 av 14)

My name is Johanna, I’m a Swedish crocheter and crochet designer located in Trollhättan. My main forum and source of inspiration is on Instagram where you can find me by the name @mijocrochet 🌸

You can also find me on Ravelry and Facebook and of course my name there is MijoCrochet.

Contact:  mijo.crochet@gmail.com

All my patterns are for personal use only. © COPYRIGHT Mijo Crochet, all rights reserved.

I get many questions about making video tutorials with my patterns. I know that many crocheters out there would enjoy that, but at the moment I have to say no to those requests due to my patterns being used inappropriate by others. Im so grateful that so many out there like my designs and want to help me create videos and I hope you understand my dilemma.

Mijo Crochet have an exclusive collaboration with Favoritgarner.se. Shop owners and yarn sellers that are interested in any kind of interwork please mail to hello@stitchbloggers.com.



37 thoughts on “🌸 About

  1. Hello Johanna, I am from Germany and my english is unfortunately not good. I would like to thank you very much for your generosity! Your patterns are wonderful. Best regards, Nadja


  2. Johanna is there a possibility that I could get the written pattern in English for the Lost in Time Shawl? This is gorgeous.


  3. Your work is amazing and the color schema you use is beautiful! I’m going to try one of your patterns for a birthday present for my mother. I hope that the result will be as wonderful as yours. Thank you for sharing your ideas and inspirations!


  4. Jeg er dansk, men bor i Sverige. Jeg er meget begejstret for dine Beautiful patterns, som jeg har gjort bekendtskab med efter jeg var med i #inbloomcal. Jeg vil fråge, om Jeg får sälge färdige alster, om jeg kredeiterer dig for mönstret.

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    1. Hej och tack för dina fina ord 🌸 Du kan sälja dina alster så länge det framgår att jag skrivit mönstret, gärna med adress till just bloggen, precis som du sa 😊


  5. Hi Johanna,

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful patterns. I was wondering if we are allowed to sell the finished product. Obviously it’s a hobby, not a business, I would just like to make enough to buy more yarn.

    Many thanks

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  6. This is fantastic! Is there any way that you could design this in a square pattern? This would make an unbelievable afghan/baby gift. I would not want to try and make any changes as this is your pattern and I don’t believe in tampering with anyone’s work. Thank you so very much!! Mary Ann


      1. Hello, i would like to make it as a blanket for baby too. Yous shawl is marvellous, so beautiful !!! please let me know when you publish the square pattern. Thanks a lot.


      2. Hello, do you have an estimated time frame when the square pattern will be available? I too am completely in love with the Lost in Time pattern and color scheme and excited to get started. Also, do you think it would be safe to purchase double the yarn required for the shawl for the square version? I want to be ready to go when the square pattern is available 🙂

        What is the measurement of one edge (as in, what size square will it be?).

        Thanks so Much! Absolutely beautiful!!!


      3. Hi Renee!
        I dont have a time frame for the LiT square yet. Though the pattern will be made so that you can make the square as small or big as you like 🙂 If you want the square to be as big as two shawls put together you can do that.

        I wish you a lovely evening ❤


  7. I was looking at your pot holder/hot pad pattern. You stated to use two strands of yarn, but in the pictures, it looks like there is only one strand. Just wondering…what should I do? I think two strands would change the look of it. I could make two and piece them together to add thickness. What are your thoughts?


  8. Hi Mijo,
    I was wondering if there’s a chart to go with the Lost in Time Shawl (which is gorgeous, by the way!).
    thanks so much,


  9. Hello Johanna,
    I live in Scotland and learned to crochet only a short time ago which i mother had been trying to teach me for years, but i couldn’t grasp it being left handed. Since learning to crochet i have been trying various things and i seen your beautiful Lost In Time shawl and fell in love with it. I can totally appreciate the time that goes into creating these exquisite pieces of art work, but to let the world work your talent out in their own way is so generous. Thank you flower for giving us such beautiful things to create, that we might showcase your talent on our shoulders.


  10. Hello,
    I realized “Lost in time” and I nave instruction in italian. Do you want to publish them?
    Pls let me know


  11. HI Johanna,
    I live in South Africa and I recently discovered your blog and beautiful patterns. When I saw your Lost in Time Shawl I fell in love with it. As I am a novice I was not sure if I would ever be able to create such a beautiful masterpiece. I printed the pattern and hoped for the best as it looked so intricate. Much to my surprise it was not that difficult at all and the pattern is so well written that it is very easy to follow. Your color combination are also amazing and make your patterns so much more special.
    Thank you for your amazing patterns.


  12. Hello Johanna! I’m from Costa Rica, Central America. My mother tongue is Spanish and I’m pretty fluent in English. I found your Lost in time shawl in Pinterest and I immediately fell in love with the pattern (I’m about to finish my own). 🙂
    If you ever want your patterns translated to Spanish, I’ll be more than happy to help you.

    Also, could you please tell me where do you find the beads to decor the borders of the shawl?

    Have an amazing day!


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