The Sweet Morning Square is a 7 round project that works up beautifully with worsted weight yarn. It makes for a wonderful crochet stash buster project with endless ideas for use!
– Use them to underneath plant pots or vases to protect your tabletop
– Make a few and stitch together for a throw pillow cover.
– Make many and stitch together for a blanket.
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The Bobble Pop Plant Cozy is an eye catching and colourful pattern that uses less than 1 braid of Caron x Pantone yarn. It’s a great idea for those single braids of Caron x Pantone that you might have but aren’t sure what to use them for. This plant cozy is so much fun to make…just ask my testers! To celebrate the first day of spring 2021, I’m happy to share this fun and vibrant crochet design with you!
To make your own, check out all the details below…
It’s not a secret that I love the suzette stitch. It’s becoming somewhat of a personal challenge to see how many items I can make using this beautiful stitch. It creates a solid and textured appearance which makes it appealing for so many different uses.
Today’s pattern is practical, works up in less than an hour and is a great stash buster project. The Suzette Crochet Hook Pouch is perfect for storing a hook or two to keep in your current W.I.P basket or to toss into a crochet travel bag when you’re on the go. The sizing allows for a variety of hook lengths so you can give your hook a nice, cozy home.
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Looking for a quick, crochet stash buster project? I’ve got you covered! Use any yarn with a complimenting hook size to whip up a speedy little basket. Perfect for your desk, nightstand, inside a drawer or an entry way table. It’s easy peasy, super cute and best of all, free!
Learn all about the Stash Buster Mini Basket below…
The Winter Winds Keyhole Scarf is inspired by the frigid and blustery winds during the coldest months of the year. That “chilled to the bone” feeling when the wind hits your neck if your jacket or scarf isn’t bundled up just right. Brrrr. This keyhole scarf is designed to stay in place with your preference of a snug or loose fit. Tuck it comfortably into your jacket or wear it overtop to display the pretty lattice design at the ends. This scarf is made with Bernat Satin yarn which creates a love drape displaying the stitches of the herringbone half double crochet in such a beautiful way.
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Small projects can be a great way to practice and learn new stitches. They can also be a wonderful opportunity to try new brands and weights of yarn before committing to use them in larger projects. If you haven’t worked with fingering weight yarn before, this would be a great introduction.
Today I’m going to show you how to crochet a simple and small bookmark using Scheepjes Catona yarn and the suzette stitch.
The Simply Sweet Teapot Cozy is here and the pattern comes with three different ways to complete it! That means that you can customize this pattern to your favourite colours, adjust it to use up yarn in your stash or even add some cute flower motifs. Which version will you make?
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Introducing the Bobble Ridge Neck Warmer! It’s named for the fun, textured bobbles and the ridges created by making rows of back loop single crochet throughout the pattern. Made with Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn, this neck warmer perfectly displays the beautiful colour transitions of this gorgeous fibre. Come take a peak at all the details…
Chains and single crochet stitches are all it takes to crochet these adorable little flowers. Gauge doesn’t matter with these sweet little makes and they are a wonderful stash buster idea! Attach them to projects or create a little table display for a lovely reminder of spring time. Check out the details below:
Although spring is still a few weeks away, that isn’t stopping me from being inspired by the colours and flowers that the warmer weather brings. I love winter…but sometimes a bright pop of colour is a nice thing to see when everything is all grey, white and chilly. This quick and easy pattern works up quickly and is perfect project for when you don’t have much time to crochet.
Pattern details and photos can be found below. Check it out!