The Frank the Frog crochet pattern is a very quick and easy pattern to follow with one of the most detailed sets of instructions I have seen to date. If you are looking for a quick project for market prep, or you just want to make a super adorable set of frogs, this pattern is right for you! This pattern is perfect for someone new to working up chunky amigurumi, as the designer has provided extremely detailed directions and pictures for every step of the process. This pattern is definitely worth every penny!
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This pattern is just plain old fun. There’s plenty of shaping, the stitch is enjoyable to work up, and the sleeves are so interesting to make! It’s beautiful, comfortable, flirty and flattering, and I strongly recommend you make one for yourself or your girlfriends for the summer.
The Sydney the Snake pattern is a fantastic and easy no-sew design that works up quickly. It is fully customizable in size and color, and can be made with any type of yarn. The no-sew design makes it an excellent amigurumi pattern for those who hate having to attach the different pieces to create their finished project.
Because of the unpredictable temperatures, crochet toppers, like this shrug, have come in so handy this spring and early summer. I can wear a light summery outfit, but throw on a topper for the chilly parts of my day! This shrug pattern has been no exception, and the versatility is impressive.
I love the creativity of this pattern. A rainbow can be a fairly simple shape, but this one manages to have a cute retro look to it no matter what colors you end up using! And the bobbles add beautiful texture to what could easily become a boring stitch pattern otherwise.
This crochet pattern met all my expectations. It was simple enough to make but held my interest, it looks more complicated than it ended up being, and it gives a beautiful but laid-back look to pretty much any warm-weather outfit.
This top can be dressed up or down, and would be perfect for any occasion. It’s warm and comfy, and more lightweight than it might look. This pattern is so simple and yet very rewarding. You get into a rhythm working up the rows, and then before you know it you’re finished! It was a joy from start to finish and I recommend it for yourself or as a nice gift.
This designer did an amazing job! There’s so much potential in this pattern. I especially like that it’s completely customizable! I had zero issues with the pattern, and now I want to make 10 more with different colors and yarn choices! I highly recommend it.
This is a crochet pattern review of the Mini Mandala Shoulder Bag pattern from designer Lena Skvagerson for Annie’s Signature Designs. Review done by A Stitch Shy of Normal for EyeLoveKnots. This post contains affiliate links for Annie’s Catalog, WeCrochet and Lion Brand Yarns. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make… Read more
My overall thoughts on this pattern are pure joy. It was fun to work up, easy to understand, and very simple to modify to my gauge and my body. The tie idea is creative and definitely something I’ve seen in store-bought tops, but I never would have considered emulating that in crochet! DK yarn was a great choice, and this top feels like a cloud. I am going to rock this thing with some cute summer outfits!