This hat is a very fun and simple pattern. If you’re looking for a cute Easter or spring gift for a little one in your life, this is a wonderful choice. The hat I made fits my son great, looks super adorable, and fit him for several weeks which makes it one of the most cost-effective things he owns as a baby. They grow out of things far too quickly, don’t they?
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The No-Sew Stegosaurus pattern by KeinMaker is an easy and quick pattern that is great for any dinosaur-loving kiddo or adult. The design is made with bulky yarn for a quick make time. You can easily customize this adorable stegosaurus to fit any color scheme, and the end result is super cute and cuddly. I am really excited to add more dinosaurs to my inventory and to my son’s stuffed dinosaur collection with this adorable pattern.
Crochet a cozy Heart Afghan worked in corner to corner double crochet boxes. Perfect for stashbusting as the center heart area only requires about 10 yards on yarn. 10 sizes included, and a video tutorial.
This octopus is super cute and easy to make. It does take quite a bit of time and the construction of all the pieces is a little tedious but in the end, you get the most adorable little sea creature!
The Ollie the Mini Octopus pattern works up super quickly and makes an adorable little, squishy octopus. Made in super chunky yarn, it makes a great little toy or pocket pal, but it can also double as a perfect keychain in any weight yarn. I have a feeling these little guys are going to be a huge hit at my next market, so if you need me in the next week or two, I’ll be making more mini octopi!
This fun and easy C2C mug rug is great for using scraps of yarn, and the perfect piece to add to your living room, kitchen or dining room to house your favorite coffee and snack. This mug rug also works great as a mini washcloth, and as a doily for plants, candles and so much more! This is a beginner friendly series, and this mug rug is a great project to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie, especially if you are working on a few for a gift. You don’t even have to count boxes if you don’t want to! You can use a soft tape measure to measure as you go.
I really strongly recommend this pattern and I hope you try it out yourself! It’s simple enough for relative beginners, if you’re willing to try a few times to get sections like the teeth or the toes correct. These can be as simple or as complex as you like, it’s up to your imagination! Give them as gifts, bring them to craft fairs, or just make one for your desk in your favorite colors. I’m so happy I tried it and I want everyone to have one.
I really enjoyed this pattern. It’s nice to find a free pattern for something small and quick, and end up with a highly useful (and cute!) item in the end. I love how my color-blocking came out, and I definitely recommend this pattern if you’re wanting to use up some stash cotton or even buy something new.
I found this pattern a complete joy to make. The colors kept things interesting, the stitching is simple once you get the technique down, and the construction is lovely! It’s comfy and big and warm and the striped colors will definitely draw attention.
This fun and easy granny square afghan is worked in one large continuous manner. It is a great on the go project, or to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie. You don’t even need to count rounds if you don’t want to, just use a soft tape measure to measure as you go, and stop at the desired size. 8 sizes included and a video tutorial!