Crochet Coasters – Free Pattern

Crochet coasters are always a fun, quick and practical project to make. Whether they’re being added to a market table, given as a gift or simply made for yourself, coasters are easily customizable in colours for added personal touches. They also don’t have to be used as a traditional coaster. These projects can be used under plant pots to help protect your table tops from getting scratched.

With only 5 rounds and approximately 18 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn, these are great stash buster ideas as well. Learn how to make the Picot Points Coaster below…

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Crochet Table Runner – Happy Gatherings Pattern

Quite often, memories are made while sitting around a table. Sipping a tea or coffee, enjoying a meal together or simply having some conversations with family and friends. The Happy Gatherings Table Runner was inspired by those get-togethers, sharing in joyful times during the holidays or a casual visit with loved ones.

This crochet pattern uses worsted weight cotton yarn and is a simple row repeat allowing you to adjust the length to suit your table.

Find the free pattern below…

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Suzy Flower Face Scrubbie – Free Crochet Pattern

These adorable little face scrubbies are so sweet to make and take no time at all. They have a beautiful texture and use approximately 10-11 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn. You can make a set quickly which makes them ideal for a speedy gift idea or preparing for market season.

Find the free pattern below…

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Extended Half Double Crochet – Stitch Tutorial

Learn to make the extended half double crochet stitch with this quick and fun tutorial. This simple variation on the classic half double crochet stitch is slightly taller and provides a little bit more drape. Easily adaptable for a variety of projects, this stitch is a nice twist to the traditional method.

Let’s learn the extended half double crochet stitch together…

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Beautiful Waistcoat Washcloth – Crochet Pattern

One thing I really enjoy about crocheting is combining different stitches to create pretty texture and eye catching designs. The Beautiful Waistcoat Washcloth uses two stitches, the waistcoat stitch and the even moss stitch to create a lovely little project. For those that need a refresher I have included a quick tutorial for each within the pattern. There’s also links to more thorough walk-thoughs if you’re learning these stitches for the first time.

Learn more about this pattern below…

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Dishie Worsted Cotton – Yarn Review

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…

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Slanted Loop Coasters – Free Crochet Pattern

Have you worked with the even moss stitch before? It’s a very easy (and beautiful) stitch combination using a mix of slip stitch and half double crochet. Small projects are the perfect way to learn and practice new stitches so today, I’m sharing a free coaster pattern with you! Learn how to crochet the even moss stitch and how to incorporate it into a project.

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Cotton Yarn Crochet Patterns

Cotton yarn is a fabulous fibre to crochet with. It’s washable, can be used in a variety of patterns and creates sturdy projects. I’ve compiled a round up of 12 crochet designs from wearables to home decor that are created with cotton. Thank you to all the designers for giving me permission to include your patterns within the collection.

This list includes paid and free designs. Find them below…

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Crochet Hand Towel – Sweet Suzy Collection

Introducing the Sweet Suzy Hand Towel. You might recognize the design from the companion piece, the Sweet Suzy Washcloth that was published back in January 2021. I am so thankful to have received such positive feedback and project sharing with that pattern. It makes me so happy to know that people have enjoyed it!

Today, I’m releasing the complimenting pattern which together, will make beautiful wash cloth and hand towel set. Perfect for yourself, gift giving or market prep!

All the details can be found below…

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