The iris stitch has a lovely lace appearance and is the featured stitch in this pattern. Made with worsted weight yarn, this mini bow works up so fast and is a really great way to work through some of those small balls of yarn you might have in your stash.
My testers made this bow in about 15-30 minutes so it’s definitely a quick make and can be an adorable addition when stitched onto other projects.
Can you believe that since beginning Sweet Bee Crochet that I haven’t released a bee themed pattern yet? I’m fixing that today with a fun and practical mug rug design! Simple, adorable and requires only a small amount of yarn. While it is made with the cute traditional “bee” themed colours, you could definitely make it your own by switch up the shades to your preference.
How sweet is this Tiny Cute Crochet Pumpkin?They take no time at all (only about 20 minutes) and work up so simply using a simple single crochet stitch. I love them so much think they’re the sweetest! Hang them from bunting, add them as a cute item to your fall market table or display them around your house as a fun conversation starter.
I have a wonderfully versatile holiday pattern for you! It’s super fun, quick to make and has a lot of creative flexibility. You can choose to decorate your tree or keep it simple with a minimalist appearance. Crochet it in traditional colours or in more modern colours…both options look fab!
This is the perfect stash buster project because you can use any yarn with a complimenting hook size. I’ve written this pattern using worsted weight yarn but you can definitely get creative and experiment with different weights and brands. I’ve also shared ideas on ways to decorate your tree, the pattern for the teeny tiny star and ways you could use your tree applique.
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.
This free crochet pattern is an adorable project that is great for stash busting. Since the focus is on the individual circle motifs, it’s perfect for when you’re short on time or just looking for something small to work on. There are many ways to personalize this pattern and even ways to add some extra cuteness!
To learn more about this crochet bunting pattern and where you can find it, please continue reading below…
Sweet and simple projects, you know those are my favourites! My latest free pattern is for an adorable crochet hexagon bag. It has so many uses and is a great way to use up those partial skeins and small balls of yarn tucked away in your stash. Each little bag takes only 28 yards of yarn so it’s definitely a fast make!
Find all the pattern details and fun ways it can be used below…
Looking for a sweet summer project? Check out this easy Herringbone cozy…and it’s a free crochet pattern! With only 8 rounds and a simple stitch, you’ll have it finished in no time at all. It’s great for market prep, teacher gifts, or to have stashed in your car. You’ll love the comfortable feel and simple design of this cozy and the stitch definition looks beautiful using Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn. The cotton/nylon mix makes it durable and easy to clean which is always an added bonus.
As of May 12th, 2023, this pattern has received an update to be consistent with the layout and formats of my recent designs. The updated .pdf can also be found in my Etsy and Ravelry shops.