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.
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Staggered Stitch Cowl – Crochet Pattern Review – Bernat
We have a local home called The Russell Home [for Atypical Children] which houses special needs children (and some who have grown up in the home). The Russell Home is a private, not-for-profit home that provides around the clock care and love to those living there, and make it feel just like home for them…. Read more
Chevron Shoulder Bag – Crochet Pattern Review – Rebeckah’s Treasures
This is a crochet pattern review of the Chevron Shoulder Bag from Rebeckah’s Treasures. This post contains affiliate links for Yarnspirations. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! I pattern tested this Chevron Shoulder Bag for my friend Rebeckah of… Read more
Handicrafter Cotton Baby Booties – Crochet Pattern Review – Bernat/Yarnspirations
I have had this pattern bookmarked for quite some time, and finally decided to give it a try (back in September of last year – yikes!) was a little disappointed. I just pulled the little bootie out of my WIPs bin and thought I’d complete this post. The bib stands unfinished at this time, so… Read more
Little Girls Purse – Crochet Pattern Review – Cream of the Crop Crochet
I was asked to review this Little Girls Purse, and I am so glad that I did! I had looked at it before, and pinned it with my little cousin, Madison, in mind, but I wasn’t sure when I was going to get around to working it up – thanks for the push Brie! … Read more
Our Two Year Anniversary Together – Gift Idea!
My boyfriend, Chad, and I just celebrated our two year anniversary together – dating, not married. My go-to gifts for him are usually a gift basket full of goodies (ie body wash, shampoo, toothpaste, hair ties, peanut butter snacks and candies, gatorade, etc) or some new painting canvas. I wanted to do something a little… Read more