I have wanted to make a crochet turkey for a couple years now and to have finally done it feels great because this bird is absolutely delightful and I love him! He sits nicely on his little feet too, which is great for displaying. Whip up this perfect poultry just in time for the holiday; I bet you’ll love him too!
The Super Chunky Striped Shay Afghan is an easy crochet afghan pattern worked in simple single crochet stitches and fun color block stripes. 11 sizes included, and super chunky yarn means it’ll work up fairly quickly.
Looking at my calendar, I noticed we have a full moon coming up November 19th so I was inspired to search Ravelry for Moon Themed crochet patterns. So easy to leave off the faces or add faces to these designs depending on your preference.
30 Turkey crochet patterns from Etsy that are perfect for Fall markets and Thanksgiving decorating.
this pattern is so simple and fun! The actual stitching is very easy, the design is mostly in the shaping. The silhouette of this cardigan is genius, it’s so flattering and yet casual and comfortable.
30 free turkey crochet patterns perfect for Fall markets and Thanksgiving decorating.
How to crochet the Super Chunky Shay Hallway Runner, an easy crochet rug pattern worked in simple single crochet stitches and soft, plushy yarn.
If you have a kiddo in your life that is just about to lose some teeth, this is a fantastic gift to make them! Not only is this project super easy and quick, but it can easily be embellished to match their personality. The possibilities for personalizing these cute little pillows are endless!
This is a crochet pattern review of the Harvest Bobble Banner from the Autumn 2021 issue of Crochet! Magazine hacked into a Fall themed accent rug. Review by EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for Annie’s Catalog, Knit Picks and LoveCrafts. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission… Read more
I couldn’t help but share these free crochet patterns to make a cozy little bed for your furry friend, or one to donate to a local shelter using scrap yarn in your stash.