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!
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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 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.
There is something special about the classic, traditional granny square that always warms my heart! I am so in love with how these little boxes turned out, and how awesome they look hung gallery wall style. It was a great way to use up my stash, and I’ve been having so much fun, I haven’t stopped! This project is addicting.
This hoodie is a very nice spring and summer piece. The concept of a short-sleeved hooded layer can come off a little weird if it’s not done well, but the silhouette of this one pulls it off perfectly. It looks casual and chic and comfortable, and I knew I had to have one. This piece has a very simple construction and I appreciate that. This construction lets you make it to fit your own size and shape, and allows for customization in both length and width so it will fit just the way you want depending on your personal style!
when I started to feel that urge to update my home decor this spring a little bit, I came across this absolutely adorable cupcake “mug rug” that I could put on my coffee table instead of boring coasters, and I can even make a few extra for my birthday this year, in my favorite colors!
This beautifully textured table runner features the moss stitch aka the linen stitch. It’s the perfect piece for the dining room table, or entryway.
This pattern is very quick and simple! Like you might suspect looking at the intricate mesh detail, it does take a little bit to get used to the stitching, but once you get there it really isn’t too hard, and the majority of the bag is a simple two-round repeat! Then before you know it, you’re done, and ready to hang.
This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet easy single crochet washcloths. They’re perfect for using with dishes in the kitchen, feel fantastic against the skin in the shower, and also make a great gift! 3 sizes available.
How to crochet the Buffalo Plaid Shay Coasters, which is an worked in simple single crochet stitches. You can also use this little square as a mini washcloth, or a large facial scrubbie.