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.
Crochet hexagons are one of my favourite things to make. They’re quick, easy and can be used to make a ton of different projects. Make one for cute coaster or to keep under your plant pots. Make a whole bunch and stitch them together for items like table runners and placemats. Crochet a bunch to make a blanket! There are even patterns available that teach you how to turn hexagons into cardigans which is so cool and practical.
I’ve compiled a list of free crochet hexagon patterns to share with you today. There are a ton of great ideas and I’ve even included a tutorial on how to make a simple crochet hexie.
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.
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…
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.
Recently I saw on the WeCrochet Instagram account that they were offering Mystery Bags containing a stash of yarny goodness. I’m not typically one to purchase things like this because I don’t always enjoy what’s included and the idea of spending money on yarn and accessories that I might not use isn’t super appealing to me. However, one thing that did catch my attention was that WeCrochet was offering three different versions so I could choose a bag based on the yarn type which I thought was great. That way I know I’ll be getting yarn that I’ll have a good chance of using and both my money and the product won’t be wasted.
So….what mystery bag did I choose and what was inside? Continue reading below to find out…
Dive into this amazing collection of crochet stitches, perfect for creating inspiration when working on your next project. Discover some simple ways to add exciting textures and eye catching appeal while using your favourite yarn. There’s something for every crocheter in this list so let’s jump in!
Lion Brand Heartland was a wonderful find and a yarn that I quite enjoyed crocheting with. I was happy to discover that there is a great selection of colourways available that includes solids and tweeds. Today I’m sharing my review of working with Lion Brand Heartland yarn along with the details of the free pattern I designed using it.
Have you ever worked with tweed yarn? It’s a really fun fibre to crochet with, loaded with depth and texture that give your finished projects a beautiful, rustic and cozy appearance. Today I’m sharing my review of Brava Tweed (worsted) along with a fun pattern that you can use this yarn to make.
Crochet bags comes in many shapes and styles. When I put out a request to my fellow designers looking for patterns to include, I was flooded with so many beautiful designs and creative projects. I might have to make a second post to include them all!
In this collection, you’ll find 30 free crochet patterns for unique bags that are perfect for a variety of uses and occasions. Find all the free pattern links and details below…