Breezy Bobble Tote Bag – Free Crochet Pattern

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If you’re looking for a stylish and practical pattern, this crochet tote bag is for you! Made with worsted weight cotton yarn, this design works up by crocheting two panels and seaming them together. Add store bought handles or if you prefer, instructions for a simple crochet strap are included. Want to make your own? Find the free pattern for the Breezy Bobble Tote Bag below…

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15 Crochet Stitches Perfect for Making Scarves

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Crochet scarves are such a great project when you need to do some stash busting, gift giving or build up stock for your fall and winter market tables. I’ve compiled a fantastic list of 15 stitch tutorials that would be great options to use when you’re crocheting scarf projects. Let’s get creative!

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Even Moss Stitch Bookmark – Free Crochet Pattern

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The even moss stitch is great if you’re looking for some fun texture and in a project. Using only slip stitches and half double crochet, it’s wonderful to use in so many different patterns. Today I’m sharing a really simple bookmark design that uses this stitch throughout. If the even moss stitch is new to you, don’t worry! There’s a tutorial included!

Crochet your own even moss stitch bookmark below…

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Crochet Project Planner – Free Printable

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I’ve created a handy crochet planner to help you keep track of all the important details needed for your project. Sometimes if we have many projects on the go or if we put one down for a while, it can be hard to remember what hook or yarn was used. Maybe you need to purchase another skein but can’t remember the dye lot or colourway. This planner can help!

You can use this print-out to write down all that information and then keep it with your project bag so you’ll always have it on hand. I have included two planners: one simple black/white version and one with colour and added graphics so you can save and print the one you prefer!

Find the free crochet project planners below…

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Crochet Printables – Word Searches

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Need a quick project break? Check out these fun crochet printables that I’ve put together! These crochet themed word searches are .PNG files can be easily saved to your device and printed for use. I’ve made them all black and white to keep them printer friendly. Print a few out to keep in your project bag!

Find the printable word searches below…

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Suzette Stitch Hook Pouch- Large (Free Crochet Pattern)

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After a few requests, I’m happy to share a new, larger version of my Suzette Hook Pouch! The original design (here) is perfectly lovely for stashing away a one to two hooks but there’s room for more in the larger version!

The pattern uses the same pretty suzette stitch and works wonderfully to keep your crochet hooks together in your project bag.

Get the free pattern below…

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How to Crochet a Super Bulky Ear Warmer

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Today I’m sharing a really quick and fun ear warmer pattern that’s super easy to adjust in size. I made one for my tween bee using only about 40 yards of super bulky yarn. Because it’s made with such thick yarn, it not only works up fast but it’s SO cozy!

Find all the details to make your own ear warmer below…

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Crochet V Stitch Scarf (Free Pattern)

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I love a one skein project, especially when the yarn is self striping. I had a single Caron Cake sitting on my yarn shelf and thought it would look great as a scarf made using a simple v-stitch. I chose to let the colour transition happen naturally but you might choose to cut and rejoin the yarn in a more natural place, such as the beginning of a row.

This pattern uses only one stitch throughout so it’s an easy one to put down and pick up again. My testers told me they found relaxing and enjoyable to work on which is always great in a project.

Find the free pattern below…

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Iris Mini Bow – Free Crochet Pattern

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The iris stitch has a lovely lace appearance and is the featured stitch in this pattern. Made with worsted weight yarn, this mini bow works up so fast and is a really great way to work through some of those small balls of yarn you might have in your stash.

My testers made this bow in about 15-30 minutes so it’s definitely a quick make and can be an adorable addition when stitched onto other projects.

Find the free crochet pattern below…

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Bulky Weight Crochet Patterns – 40 Designs to Make

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Bulky and chunky weight yarns are so fun and squishy to crochet with. Not only do they work up quickly due to the thickness but they also create such wonderfully cozy projects. Sometimes it can be hard coming up with ideas for this type of yarn, especially if it isn’t one you use often. To share some inspiration, I’ve compiled a list of 40 crochet patterns that use bulky and chunky weight yarn. There’s something for everyone in this list from wearables to home decor! I hope you’ll take a peek at these designs and perhaps find something that pops out and jumps onto your project list.

Find the crochet patterns below…

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