The Mini Cupcake Plushie crochet pattern works up super quickly with just a little bit of yarn. It is completely no sew, which is a major time saver! This pattern can be made in almost any type of yarn and any color combination, so you can whip up a bunch for easy party favors, gifts, or craft fair inventory. You could even make a bunch of tiny ones and string them together to make a garland!
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This pattern is wonderfully simple! Most of the stitching is a basic rectangle with a little bit of shaping for the neck and sleeves. Then you just sew the pieces together and enjoy it! If someone is looking to get into garments and wants to try a relatively simple one, I highly recommend this one. It’s not always easy, and of course there’s some frogging involved to get your fit just right sometimes, but it would be a great choice for an approachable garment pattern.
If you have a car-loving kiddo in your life, then the Mini Car pattern by Hugles is for you! This pattern is quick and easy, using minimal materials. In a short amount of time you will have an adorable little car that can be raced around all day and cuddled in bed at night!
The pattern was very easy to follow, and with the repetitive nature and easy stitch pattern, it’s perfect for an on-the-go project, or binge watching Netflix. Also plenty suitable for a confident beginner to tackle.
Simple. That’s the best way to describe this pattern. I’ll warn you, it is slip stitch. But don’t run away screaming just yet! I agree, I am not a slip stitch fan either. But the main dress is actually a modified version that goes much quicker and has more stretch to it.
I can’t praise the texture enough. I’ve always been a fan of post stitches, as soon as I got familiar enough with them to like doing it (I used to hate them as a beginner and now I’m doing designs with them!) It gives you such an impressive look with a very approachable technique. That’s actually why I clicked on this pattern on Ravelry in the first place, the texture.
August had me feeling all the Fall Vibes, so I decided to create this C2C square that I plan on turning into a throw pillow. This square is also great as part of an afghan mixed in with squares worked in other Fall images, or corresponding solid colors.
This was a very simple and quick pattern, so there isn’t too much to say. The directions are pretty straight forward in terms of the structure. The most difficult part is also the most striking part of the stitch texture. The “ivy stitch” is where this pattern gets its name, and it’s a really cool look! This technique involves working what are essentially spike stitches into a sort of semi-circle shape, working into different previous rows to get the desired look.
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.
With the warm summer months upon us, crocheted items become somewhat limited as far as what is functional. It is highly unlikely you’ll see anyone sporting a beanie and scarf in the 80+ degree weather, so when I found this dainty spa set, I thought it was the perfect creation for the season.