With the warm summer months upon us, crocheted items become somewhat limited as far as what is functional. It is highly unlikely you’ll see anyone sporting a beanie and scarf in the 80+ degree weather, so when I found this dainty spa set, I thought it was the perfect creation for the season.
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This pattern is very simple and I really enjoyed it! The back-loop stitches add some interest without losing the sturdiness of single crochet. Simple color-blocking adds even more visual pop. My mind is full of all the potential for this pattern, especially given how quickly it works up. You could make one the night before going on a trip, if you realize you don’t have a bag for your makeup essentials. Or can you imagine how cute this would be as a gift for a friend?
I really enjoyed all the small touches on this pattern. This is definitely a bag that no one else on the street is going to have! I can’t stop singing the praises of this pattern. It was fun, it was simple to understand, and it gave me a sturdy and adorable bag that I will be proudly carrying around all summer!
I love how neutral this project is yet it has such a delicate feel to it with the design of the motif pocket. There are so many fun touches you could add to these to give them a slightly different feel or to make them match a theme. You can punch up the vibe by making it in brighter colors too!
This lovely doily works up in about an hour, and is perfect for scraps. It’s also easy to adjust if you want a larger one, or make a bunch and sew together for a table runner.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a quick and easy floral gift card holder that also works great as a tea bag pocket. It’s worked in a small amount of yarn making it perfect for those scraps in your stash!
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a floral mug rug perfect to sit your coffee/tea on and a sweet treat, or use as a doily.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet a table runner using circle motifs. This is a fun geometric design perfect for stashbusting.
Summer is approaching, which means it’s time to stash-bust our cotton yarn! This pattern was fun, simple, interesting, and a joy from start to finish. I recommend it wholeheartedly and you should go check it out right away!
For a few months now, I’ve wanted to make a sampler project. Last week, I finally grabbed some Lily Sugar n Cream Yarn out of my stash in my favorite Ecru colorway, and started on this Volume One Hand Towel, which combines 6 stitch patterns.