Have you made a crochet mug rug before? Designed to look like a miniature rug, it’s usually rectangle in shape instead of a traditional round coaster. They’re often slightly bigger and can include fun little details like tapestry work or tassels.
Today I’m sharing my version of a crochet mug rug, made larger and divided by bobbles into two sections: one spot to place your tea/coffee and the other side to rest your spoon. Because this project is made from cotton, it’s easy to wash when needed.
Crochet washcloths are a classic and traditional project that can be found in many homes. They’re durable, wash up well and add a special handmade touch to your space. The Sweet Suzy Washcloth uses a simple combination of the suzette stitch and back loop single crochet to create a lovely and textured design. They look wonderful in bright bold colours or calm soft shades.
Find all the pattern details (including a link to the complimenting design “The Sweet Suzy Hand Towel”) below:
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.
This pattern has received a little make-over! When I first released this design, I called it The Granny Bobble Wall Hanging. Recently, I updated the design and changed the title to Granny Bobble Square Motif to encourage more creativity! Don’t worry, instructions for the wall hanging are still included but I have also come up with some other fun ways which this square could be used.
Bring on the summer vibes with this sweet and adorable watermelon bunting. It’s a quick and simple crochet pattern that could be worked easily before a party. It also works up to add some cute and fun décor around your home! I have mine hanging in the kitchen and it looks adorable. Ready to begin? Let’s go!
We are heading into March soon and for a lot of people, the chilly winter air and snowy grey days are still hanging around. Why not add some colour and creative designs into your home décor to brighten things up and bring some (hopefully) early spring vibes.
I’ve compiled a list of 10 free crochet patterns for the home to help get you going. Let’s jump in!