Today’s pattern checks off a whole bunch of features that will definitely spark your creative side. It’s a great stash buster project because you can use whatever worsted weight yarn you have on hand…and it uses very little! It can also be customized and personalized to any decor or occassion and it works up super fast. I’ve had a lot of fun with this pattern and I hope you do too! Continue reading below to find out all the details:Continue reading
Granny squares are a classic pattern that can hold a lot of memories and nostalgia for people, especially when combined with Christmas decor. My own granny square Christmas stocking was made by my Nana when I was a baby and I still use it. They can add a beautiful vintage vibe to your celebrations and make great gifts for family and friends. Today I’m sharing a tutorial on how to make your own granny square Christmas stocking. Let’s jump right in…Continue reading
There’s a definite chill in the air and that means it’s time to bring out all the thick and cozy yarn for crochet projects. I have a great pattern for you that works up quickly and has a beautiful textured design. If you can create a chain, single crochet and double crochet, you can make this. Check it out!Read more
I’m so excited to share this little rainbow pattern with you. It’s a bit of magic, happy and fun all stitched up together creating a sweet little ornament that fits in the palm of your hand. It takes less than one hour to complete and is a fantastic stash buster project so use whatever yarn you have on hand. Also, this pattern is so easy to personalize, you can make it however you want with whatever colours you want. Surprise a friend with Mini Whimsy Rainbow to send some happy vibes their way and let them know you’re thinking of them. Find the free pattern and all the details below:Continue reading
In the spirit of Halloween, I’m sharing this adorable little Jack-o-Lantern ornament. It fits in the palm of your hand is the sweetest little project to add some spooky decor to your space. If you’d like to make just the pumpkin, that’s no problem! Just skip the step where the face is added. It’s easy peasy! Are you ready to make your own Lil’ Crochet Jack-o-Lantern? Read on for the free pattern.Continue reading
I love having crochet projects for around my home. They can be personalized in such a lovely way to easily blend in with your decor or can be worked with some bold colours to stand out. Add this adorable little crochet pin cushion to your crafting space, either to hold sewing pins or yarn needles.
This pattern uses up very little cotton yarn and is a great stash buster project. You definitely don’t need much for this pattern. Read more to check it out and learn how to make your own.Continue reading
Hands up if you love a cozy crochet neck warmer! Today I’m sharing my new free crochet pattern for the Bobble Edge Neck Warmer. It uses less than one cake of Red Heart Roll With It “Tweed” and has a fun textured appearance. It’s a great project to take on the go and is a wonderful project for any skill level. It uses the bobble stitch and the herringbone double crochet stitch and tutorials for both are included within the pattern. I’ve got you covered! Let’s begin.Continue reading
Early in July, I shared a little project on my Instagram that I made using one of my favourite patterns, a classic granny square. It was a simple project and was my first time using Scheepjes Catona yarn. I thought it might be a good opportunity to provide a little crochet tutorial on how I made it and put it together.Continue reading
Gift giving is always enjoyable. The excitement and joy of watching others open a present that we hand picked or hand made especially for them is lovely to see. Next time you have an occasion that requires a gift, consider adding a special crochet gift tag, personalized for someone special. This free crochet pattern is only thee simple rounds and works up in a speedy 15 minutes. Here we go!Continue reading
I’m so happy to share my new free crochet pattern with you today. This motif is called the Between the Stitch Square and works up in about 30 minutes. It would look lovely on it’s own as a mounted home decor piece. You could also make some out of cotton yarn for a beautiful coaster set or, crochet a whole bunch to make a blanket. There are endless possibilities with motifs and I hope you’ll feel inspired to make your own. This pattern is written using original Caron x Pantone yarn but also works up nicely in worsted weight yarn paired with an appropriate sized hook.
If this is your first time using Caron x Pantone yarn and you are unsure of how to prepare it, check out this past post, “How to Prepare Caron x Pantone Yarn“.
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