This hat is a very fun and simple pattern. If you’re looking for a cute Easter or spring gift for a little one in your life, this is a wonderful choice. The hat I made fits my son great, looks super adorable, and fit him for several weeks which makes it one of the most cost-effective things he owns as a baby. They grow out of things far too quickly, don’t they?
The No-Sew Stegosaurus pattern by KeinMaker is an easy and quick pattern that is great for any dinosaur-loving kiddo or adult. The design is made with bulky yarn for a quick make time. You can easily customize this adorable stegosaurus to fit any color scheme, and the end result is super cute and cuddly. I am really excited to add more dinosaurs to my inventory and to my son’s stuffed dinosaur collection with this adorable pattern.
I do not wear a lot of hats or beanies because I like to wear my hair up most of the time. That’s obviously not very conducive to hat-wearing. That is why this bun beanie is the ultimate combo of hat and messy bun.
Crochet a cozy Heart Afghan worked in corner to corner double crochet boxes. Perfect for stashbusting as the center heart area only requires about 10 yards on yarn. 10 sizes included, and a video tutorial.
Everything you need to know about crocheting and knitting for preemie babies like what kind of yarn and/or colors to use or not to use as well as things like can you donate from a pet friendly home? You’ll also find some great organizations inside!
I had been on the lookout for a cute snowman pattern for quite some time, so when I was given the amazing chance to be a tester for Mel’s Crocheted Creations’ Snowy Pal, I was so excited! This pattern works up quickly, and because of some perfectly positioned stitches, it is entirely no sew. If that isn’t enough to win you over, this pattern is also very customizable! The pattern includes two different types of arms, a scarf pattern, and two different hat patterns.
This pattern is easy, fast and most importantly, adorable! I can’t stress enough how much attention these got! Not to mention, they did help keep me warm when I paired them with boots and a dress!
The Christmas Trees pattern by Rachel, The Farmer’s Wife works up super quickly and easily. It is a great market-make or a fast addition to your holiday home decor! You can use the pattern to make a single tree or a set of three staggered trees. Just be warned – this pattern is addicting! Before you know it, you’ll have a whole forest of trees. These are perfect for decorating or using as toys for kiddos. You can leave them plain or dress them up with extra decorations. However you make them, I’m sure you are going to love this pattern!
This stocking pattern is just amazing! I love the ease of it, not to mention the speed at which it can be done in. If you need to make a whole family set of stockings, you could whip that out in a weekend! Be sure to check out all the variation ideas given in the pattern for different looks and finishes!
This Christmas tree ornament came to life, when holiday vibes hit and I just felt the urge to hook up something Christmassy. I can already feel the magic of the holidays kickin in.