For a few months now, I’ve wanted to make a sampler project. Last week, I finally grabbed some Lily Sugar n Cream Yarn out of my stash in my favorite Ecru colorway, and started on this Volume One Hand Towel, which combines 6 stitch patterns.
Free crochet pattern how to crochet an easy granny square doily! This Gwendolyn Doily is worked with just simple granny squares joined together. It is so easy to add more if you want a larger doily too!
This is a sweet little baby hat that is easy to adjust with different yarn types and/or embellishments, and it’s perfect for Spring or as a gift for a bunny themed baby shower or nursery.
This week’s features include how to paint a buttercream, how to make a flamingo card, what to do with leftover yarn, how to paint Easter eggs and how to decor a coffee bar for Spring.
This pattern is so fun, simple, and easy. The ribbing takes the bulk of the time, and then suddenly you just do a few rows of basic shaping and it’s done, you have a new accessory ready to go! The texture lends itself to both solid and variegated yarns beautifully, and lets you choose if you want a neutral to go with everything or a bright rainbow to add some pop to your outfit!
Free crochet pattern how to crochet an adorable toadstool perfect for a fairy garden!
This week’s features include a textured crochet pillow cover, how to make pistachio fluff salad, how to make corned beef and hash in the instant pot, a red knit headband, and crocheted chain necklace.
This hedgehog is so darn cute, and you can cuddle this one without getting poked! The pattern is well written, includes photos and works up just like it should, but keep in mind, this project requires your full attention – no watching TV with this one.
I had a lot of fun making this simple-but-gorgeous piece! This sweater is definitely one that will get people asking “where did you buy that?” quickly followed by “there’s no way you MADE that!” It’s an interesting silhouette, it was literally designed to look good with variegated yarn, and it’s also comfy! It was a no-brainer.
Book review by EyeLoveKnots of Build Your Skills Crochet Tops: 26 Simple Patterns for First-Time Sweaters, Shrugs, Ponchos & More by Salena Baca.