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.
Find all the details along with step by step photos below:
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“.
Hello friends! Today I’m sharing another free crochet pattern for you. The Dreamy Crochet Star is a sweet, little motif that works up in about 15 minutes. Use it for bunting, as an applique or attach some ribbon to turn it into an ornament.
Recently on Instagram, I shared a photo of some crochet hexagons that I was making for a blanket. A few people sent me messages asking for a pattern so I thought a tutorial would be helpful. This is a great motif to work on and is a simple, beautiful project. Along with the tutorial, I have included some ideas on how these motifs could be used. Let’s begin: