I have a wonderfully textured and fun crochet washcloth pattern to share with you today! The lemon peel stitch has some great texture with the use of the single and double crochet stitches. I’ve added an extra eye catching accent with rows of crossed double crochet stitches to make this pattern extra textured and pretty.
Get the free crochet pattern below…
The lemon peel stitch is a wonderfully simple stitch combination and works up beautifully within designs. It has a great texture and the stitch repetition is simple when worked in continuous rows or rounds making it relaxing and enjoyable.
I’ve compiled a collection of 15 crochet patterns that use the lemon peel stitch. If this stitch is new to you, I have also included a link to my tutorial. It’s one of my favourites and I think you’ll also have fun with it.
Find all the details below…
Are you ready for another fun and free crochet pattern? It’s getting to be warm and humid here in Ontario and typically in the warmer weather, I like to work on small projects. Things I can crochet while on a road trip, sitting on the deck or at the campsite. This plant pot cozy pattern is really great for travelling with and you can personalize by using one shade of yarn or multiple colours.
This would be a really cute teacher gift, adding this over a small plant pot with a little thank you note tied to the top. It doesn’t take much time and adding a handmade touch always adds something special.
Learn how to crochet the V Stitch Plant Pot Cozy below…
I really love having crochet washcloths around the house. I typically use them for cleaning as I find the fibres and texture do a wonderful job on most surfaces. They’re a great project for when you want something small to work on and they make excellent gifts!
My latest pattern is called the Extended Stitch Washcloth for its use of the extended single crochet stitch. If this stitch is new to you, don’t worry! I have included a tutorial within the pattern notes. Ready to make this fun and quick project? Find all the details below…
I love all things comfort and cozy. It makes me feel relaxed, refreshed and just plain ol’ happy. Today I’m sharing a really fun collection of free crochet patterns that fit into the cozy vibe and would be a great addition to your home or work space.
I’ve got everything from blankets, shawls, pillow covers, home decor and more! If cozy is your thing, you’ll definitely find some creative inspiration here. Find all the free patterns below…
Say hello to the Granny Stitch Bookmark! This pattern has a delicate and classic appearance created by the use of lace weight yarn within the design. It’s thin enough to fit nicely inside your favourite book and the length can be easily adjusted with a simple row repeat.
Make one for yourself, as a gift for your reading buddies or as a cute and unique addition to your market table. Find all the details along with the free pattern below…
I have a fun product review to share with you today! WeCrochet have their Dots Crochet Hook Set back in stock, yay! I’ve had my eye on them in the past but always ended up missing out because they seem to sell out fast. When I saw them listed on the site, I placed an order because I really wanted to check them out. They’re fun and colourful, looked sturdy enough travel with in my project bag and had a few neat features that caught my attention.
So what did I think of them? Find out below…
The lemon peel stitch is so fun to use within crochet projects. You only need to use single crochet and double crochet so it’s very beginner friendly but also a nice variation when you need a bit of a change and want to switch things up!
Today I’m sharing a quick and simple coaster pattern that uses the lemon peel stitch to make a cute little set. You can make however you need in whatever colours you choose. If this stitch is new to you or you need a refresher, a tutorial for the lemon peel stitch is included within the pattern.
Let’s make some coasters!
I have a really fun and textured stitch to share with you today…the bean stitch! It has a wonderful eye catching appearance and is one of those stitches that looks really great on both the front and the back sides. Because this stitch has a natural slant, it creates a really beautiful and almost zig zag appearance when worked in rows.
Let’s learn how to crochet the bean stitch…
Even though it’s still March and we have snow on the ground, spring is on my mind! I designed this simple crochet bag that creates some cute spring vibes with the addition of sweet little flower accents stitched into the corner.
It works up quickly and has a lot of flexibility for personalization when it comes to colours, buttons and the strap. You can find all the free pattern details below…