With so many beautiful types of flowers, they can provide an endless amount of inspiration and creativity. Today I’m sharing a round up of 25 floral themed crochet patterns containing bags, squares, scrubbies, coasters and more!
Halloween is just around the corner and even though it might be celebrated a little differently this year, it can still be fun to add some spooky decor and projects to your crochet list. I’ve compiled a list of 8 free crochet patterns that can be completed in under 1 hour, if you’re wanting to hook up some Halloween themed projects.
I’m here with another fun and speedy crochet pattern for you! This happy and colourful coaster pattern works up in about 15 minutes for each one. It’s fast, cute and a great project for when you need a little crochet recharge. Make them as per the pattern with 3 colours of cotton yarn or use one colour for a nice solid effect. I’ve included a written and photo walkthrough and it’s very beginner friendly. Ready to go? Read on and don’t forget to pin it so you can make it again.
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!
The holidays are in full swing and officially here. To help you with your gift giving ideas, I’ve compiled 10 free crochet patterns to inspire you in your holiday creations. Perhaps you’re looking for a present to give a teacher, neighbour or co-worker. Or maybe a special friend or family member who would love and appreciate a handmade item. There are lots of creative and fun ideas to share so let’s begin:
Here we are at December 1st. For many people, it marks the beginning of the holiday season. That magical feeling starts to fill the air and if you celebrate Christmas or have people in your life that do, the decorating often starts around this time. I know it’s busy so to help you out, I’ve put together a Christmas Décor Round Up to offer some creative ideas to help you deck the halls in your home. All these patterns and photos have been shared with permission and take one skein or one hour to make.
This crochet Christmas tree ornament is inspired by classic decorations that I remember being hung on the tree growing up. It has a vintage feel with the traditional colours and design but it can be worked up with bright, vibrant colours for a modern style. It uses very little worsted weight yarn is a quick project to make when you’re busy during the holiday season. Add these little ornaments to your tree, gift giving or market tables!
As of November 10, 2011 this pattern has received an update to be consistent with the layout and formats of my recent designs. If you’ve save it to Ravelry, it has been updated there as well!
Yesterday’s cowl post gave me the push to finish up a quick and easy design I had been working on. Today I’m happy to share with you, the One Hour Double Crochet Cowl. Yes, just one hour and guess what else? It only takes one skein! Scroll down to read more about the yarn and to get the pattern.
You know I’m all about the stash buster projects! This design, although very quick and simple is extremely practical and versatile. Not only that, it’s extra special because it is the very first pattern I ever designed and shared! Originally posted only on Ravelry, it was later published on my blog in October 2019.
As of August 19th, 2021, this pattern has a refreshing update! New photos and a clear pattern layout to reflect consistency with my other designs. Stitch counts and pattern details remain the same.
Here in Canada, we are finishing up our Thanksgiving long weekend which means one thing…Halloween is just around corner. I have put together a round up of fun Halloween crochet patterns to help get you into the spooky spirit. Keeping with the theme of Sweet Bee Crochet, all of these patterns take approximately one hour (or less) to create which makes them portable and perfect to keep in your bag to work on whenever you have a few minutes to spare. Did I mention they are all free? Go grab your hook and yarn, let’s dive in!