20 free apple crochet patterns that are perfect for gifting and decorating, and a great way to get you in the Fall spirit!
Such a versatile piece, and works up in about 30 minutes! Can be for plants and same objects too, like keys. It’s super cute anywhere it’s hung.
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.
This bag is worked using a simple single crochet stitch worked into the back loop to create this fun, ribbed pattern paired with a trendy color block pattern. It’s finished with a snap button, but an alternative to this would be to leave off the flap, crochet a chain loop instead, and sewing on a respective sized button.
I love the creativity in this pattern. It looks interesting, and in a cute color it can easily blend into your decor. Or if it’s a gift for a kid, it would look fun in a brightly colored shade to stand out! I appreciated the thorough instructions in both the stitching and the assembly, and I’m very happy with my finished result.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a Watermelon Applique. So easy to change up the size by changing the yarn size and hook, and endless uses for the applique.
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a shell stitch afghan, how to crochet a boho napkin ring with beads, how to crochet an amigurumi fish, how to crochet some elegant earrings and how to crochet a floral hand towel.
This is a free crochet pattern for how-to crochet my Pineapple Soap Cozy (or Small Gift Bag). Perfect to use with a homemade soap, as a gift bag for tropical themed earrings or use as favor bags for a Luau party! After sharing my Carrot Soap Cozy (or Small Gift Bag), I have been wanting… Read more
This is a very simple pattern, in terms of stitching. Once you get the hang of the mesh stitch, it’s smooth and just flies off the hook! The genius of this pattern is in the actual layout. She does a really cool technique in shaping the shoulders, rather than simply decreasing for the neckline and leaving the sides boxy (which is also a look that I love and do in many of my own designs).
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a mermaid can koozie, A Merry Crochet Christmas book, how to crochet a large jellyfish, how to crochet a C2C chevron blanket and how to crochet a lacy crochet top.