Looking for some quick and fun crochet patterns? Coasters are a great idea because they can double as a gift and also a stash busting project. They often only contain a few rounds which makes them ideal for when you want to crochet but perhaps don’t have a ton of time.
I’ve compiled a list of 20 free coaster patterns for you to try. I hope these ideas leave you feeling inspired!
Have you ever bought yarn strictly based on the colourway? I think many of us have. I was browsing online (you’ll understand the rabbit hole of yarn shopping) and found Lion Brand Landscapes. It looked very beautiful and I immediately added some to my cart without knowing much about it. Sometimes the challenge of figuring out a plan after I bought the yarn can be kind of fun. I also thought it would be a great opportunity to add another yarn review to the blog so I could share my experience with others.
This summer our family did another road trip out to Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. This was our third visit and while we visited some old favourites, we also discovered some new ones! I made it a priority to check out some local yarn shops and did I ever find some treasures!
Have you crocheted a mug rug? They are fabulous little projects that are functional and make great stash buster options. A fun little twist on the traditional coaster, crochet mug rugs are fun ideas for gift gifting (pair it with a mug and a package of ground coffee) or for use in your own home, made in your favourite colours.
Find inspiration to make your own with this collection of crochet mug rug patterns listed below…
With so many beautiful types of flowers, they can provide an endless amount of inspiration and creativity. Today I’m sharing a round up of 25 floral themed crochet patterns containing bags, squares, scrubbies, coasters and more!
Crochet isn’t just about blankets, scarves, hats and sweaters (although those projects are always fun and practical). You can crochet items for any room in your home and today’s pattern round up focuses on ideas for your kitchen (and they’re all free!).
Stroll Tonal Mini Packs from WeCrochet was an item that caught my attention and was quickly added to my cart. Working with the incredible colours and having a challenge to create a project with one pack of mini skeins was a fun thought for me. I enjoy designing small projects and working with new yarns so this was definitely a win-win!
Today I’m sharing my review of Stroll Tonal Mini Packs. How it works up, what’s good about it and if you should consider adding it to your yarn stash.
Dishie cotton yarn has been a fairly recent discovery for me. A crochet friend uses it regularly and recommended it to me knowing I enjoy working with cotton yarn. I am so thankful she told me about it because I fell in love! I suppose that’s a pretty obvious giveaway as to what direction this yarn review is going!
If you haven’t worked with WeCrochet Dishie yarn yet, allow me to introduce you to it and share all the reasons why it’s been permanently added into my yarn stash. Read all about it below…
Crochet scarf projects are such a classic item to make. They’re practical, great for gift giving and there so many design ideas using different stitches and yarn types. To help narrow down your search for fun scarves to make, I’ve compiled a list of 20 beautiful and exciting designs that you’ll definitely want to add to your list of projects.
All pattern links and photos have been included with permission from the designers. Each pattern links directly back to the original source.