Say hello to the Granny Stitch Bookmark! This pattern has a delicate and classic appearance created by the use of lace weight yarn within the design. It’s thin enough to fit nicely inside your favourite book and the length can be easily adjusted with a simple row repeat.
Make one for yourself, as a gift for your reading buddies or as a cute and unique addition to your market table. Find all the details along with the free pattern below…
Recently I saw on the WeCrochet Instagram account that they were offering Mystery Bags containing a stash of yarny goodness. I’m not typically one to purchase things like this because I don’t always enjoy what’s included and the idea of spending money on yarn and accessories that I might not use isn’t super appealing to me. However, one thing that did catch my attention was that WeCrochet was offering three different versions so I could choose a bag based on the yarn type which I thought was great. That way I know I’ll be getting yarn that I’ll have a good chance of using and both my money and the product won’t be wasted.
So….what mystery bag did I choose and what was inside? Continue reading below to find out…
Let’s take a quick moment to appreciate the gorgeous brown and yellow in this crochet scarf. I’m a huge fan of these shades together and when the yarn is tweed, be still my heart! This scarf has beautiful rustic vibes and is made using two simple stitches which keeps the project fun, fast and beginner friendly.
Crochet bags are a fun project to make. Not only are they practical but they’re easy to customize in ways of colour choices and fit with the strap and size. Today I would like to introduce the Lemon Stripes bag, the latest free crochet pattern on my blog.
Are you a fan of the suzette stitch? It’s one of my favourites to use within patterns and such a great way to expand on the basic stitches. If you can make the single crochet and double crochet, you can do the suzette stitch!
This fun scarf pattern makes use of colour blocking for a fun and eye catching design. The striped sections are a great opportunity to use up leftover skeins from your stash! Which colours would you use?
Find all the details for the Suzette Colour Block Scarf below…
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.
Crochet wrap patterns are a nice medium sized project. Not too small but not as large as a blanket so they seem to work up a little faster. If you’re a beginner looking to expand out in some fun ways with the basic stitches, this pattern would be great for you! Simple striped rows combined with a fun V-Stitch middle creates a colourful and cozy wrap for you enjoy.
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.
Crochet placemats are a quick project idea that can add a beautiful handmade touch to your table setting. They are flexible in colour options so you can crochet them in any shade to suit your decor or celebration. They also make wonderful gift ideas, especially for a new home.
Today I’m sharing my latest pattern, the Two-Tone Cotton Placemat. Find the free pattern below…
The Spring Vibes Skinny Scarf is an airy and light weight design using fingering weight yarn. Made using chain stitches and double crochet stitches, this project is a great introduction to working with thinner yarn. Learn more about this free pattern below…