Learn how to crochet a pair of lightweight gift box earrings using some crochet thread.
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Free Crochet Pattern for how to crochet a garden hose inspired wreath using your favorite worsted weight yarn.
This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrochet. 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 was so excited to sign up for this blogger ornament exchange. When we signed up, we each had to put our likes and… Read more
How to crochet an easy sunflower wreath and burlap inspired bow perfect for Summer and Fall decorating.
I love the look of burlap bows and projects, but the idea of working with burlap intimidates me, mostly because of the fraying. I am sure it is easy, just more involved, but rather than go that route, I decided to crochet a burlap inspired double layered bow. In my mind, the measurement width differences… Read more
*This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! Before I get started, can I share my Super Crafty Sunday Link Up #4? I have been sharing it in my newsletters, but if you haven’t… Read more
A few days ago, I posted the Crochet Large Solid Colored Hair Bow. I wanted to get this post up two days ago, however, life got in my way a little. The Witchy Hair Bow and Candy Corn Hair Bow (shown above) are the original inspiration for this post. I made them last year before… Read more
Last year (before I started my blog), just before Halloween, I crocheted up two hair bows, one that I called the Candy Corn hair bow and the other I called the Witchy hair bow. This year, I pulled them out and decided to remake them and share my pattern with EyeLoveKnots readers. This posed a… Read more
Today, I sat down and went through the ceramic tile coasters I had stored. Most of them Spring and Easter ones. I had a spare box at home so I boxed up the Spring and Easter coasters and put a note on top so I would remember which ones were in there. This box will… Read more
This super cute pattern was courtesy of Sarah at Repeat Crafter Me. I chose to use Deborah Norville’s Everyday Soft yarns in Chocolate (1 ball = 2 hats), Really Red (very small amount), and White (also very small amount), and La Mode 7/8″ Black Buttons (which I got on sale at Joann’s – BOGO!) I made… Read more