This week’s crochet finds include how to tapestry crochet a pineapple, how to crochet a lemon pillow, how to crochet a plant holder, how to crochet a lacy oversized shirt and crochet Christmas patterns.
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Let’s Get to Those Crochet Finds!
Such a bright and cheery double sided crocheted tote bag! The little pineapples are so cute, and the straps are great! Use your favorite worsted weight cotton yarn. Line it for extra durability. Get the free crochet pattern from Pattern Paradise right here.
Such a bright, cheery piece! T’onna made hers for the porch, but it’s also a great decorative pillow for the entryway bench, couch or bed, and can take you from Spring through Summer. If you don’t need a pillow, you could also make the top side of this lemon, and glue it to an afghan as an applique or canvas for wall art. Find the link to the free crochet pattern used in Sew Crafty Crochet’s post right here, and scroll down to the end of the post for a round up of Summer themed DIY projects.
Are you a plant person? Real or faux, this plant hanger is a great addition to your home decor! And can also hold things like your wallet and keys. Get the paid crochet pattern from FebruarySkyDesigns via Etsy.
This lacy top from Be a Crafter is great as a bathing suit cover, or over any tank top. The pattern is available for free in size Large, with others available in a PDF for sale. Worked in a series of double crochet’s and a very easy construction – just two rectangles seamed at the sides and shoulders – I would say this top is appropriate for a confident beginner. Get the free crochet pattern right here, or purchase the PDF via Etsy.
Still plenty of time to celebrate Christmas in July! This magazine is Annie’s Christmas Special from 2020, but it’s also the #2 Best Seller on their site right now! It’s a really great issue featuring a variety of designs for both Christmas and Winter including my Buffalo Plaid Bauble Ornament pattern. Get this Christmas Special Magazine right here.
And in Case you Missed it…
Watermelon Slice Applique – Free Crochet Pattern
Tablet Wedge – Crochet Pattern Review
Dip-Dyed Sunglass Pouch – Free Crochet Pattern
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