The Turtle Memory Game crochet pattern by Stitched by Shari includes directions to make a bag-like mama turtle that holds 12-20 baby turtles. Each of the babies has a colored circle on its belly, and the babies are made in pairs so kids of all ages can practice matching with them. This pattern is such an ingenious idea, that it is no wonder it has blown up in popularity!
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This pattern has been one of my absolute favorite makes in the past year or so. I had fun making it, I truly enjoyed each step, and I love the look of the finished result.
This Belly Friend Giraffe by Madeline Mae Co. is not only one of the cutest stuffed toys ever, but it’s chunky belly and massive size make it quite the showstopper! This is my fourth time working up this pattern, and I absolutely love how the finished pattern turns out every time!
This pattern was incredibly easy despite the delicate look with the swirl. I think this may be my top pumpkin pattern so far! I really enjoyed how quick it worked up, how cute and different it is being swirled and I love the idea of being able to customize it further with cinnamon sticks and a wine.
I was in the midst of pregnancy, daydreaming about all the cute and cuddly things I wanted to create for my little one. That’s when the idea of this blanket came to my mind.
The Mini Sunflower Turtle pattern is an easy pattern to follow that requires very minimal sewing. It is perfect for batch-making for market prep, and is so customizable! You can make these cuties in a variety of color combinations, sizes, and fibers to have a whole collection! If you like sunflowers, turtles, or both, I highly suggest you try out this adorable pattern!
This is a very simple pattern to follow and to stitch up. There’s not any complicated shaping or fancy textures on this, the designer lets the simple stitch provide a gorgeous comfy fit and gives the yarn the chance to show off. This top is also very comfortable, and this stitch has a fun sensory texture that I enjoyed running my fingers across while wearing the top (that’s not too weird to do at your desk at work, right?) I wholeheartedly recommend this pattern.
The idea for crocheting this monkey came to my mind when I decided to surprise my daughter with a one-of-a-kind gift. This fun amigurumi monkey toy is worked in simple single crochets, and there is a video tutorial as well.
Crochet cables give warm and cozy vibes, and make for a really cute sweater wreath that is perfect for Fall and Winter decorating!
This fun mosaic crochet mini stocking is so versatile – hang it from your mantel or staircase in classic stocking form or hang it from your tree as an ornament, use it as a gift card holder or to house silverware on the Christmas table, make a bunch for an advent calendar and so much more!