This pattern was very easy to follow. Don’t let the pattern scare you at all because it’s worked in just simple chains, single crochets and treble crochets. If you can work a double crochet, a treble crochet is just one extra yarn over in the beginning, and one extra yarn over and pull through in the end making this a great project for a confident beginner, and a plus – it can be worn two ways.
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This pattern was very easy to follow, and I really like the added detail in the filet design. This top is worked in simple double crochet stitches and basic shaping so it’s definitely suitable for a confident beginner, and it’s reversible!
The variegated yarn makes these granny squares the real star of the show on this poncho! Beautiful Spring or Fall accessory that’s totally fringe-tastic.
While browsing Ravelry, I stumbled across something I wasn’t expecting – this unique blue dog with accents to look like a zombie. It is not really my style, but it really caught my attention, and decided to try it out with supplies I already had in my stash.
This week’s features include cherry thumbprint cookies, how to put together a Valentine’s vignette, how to crochet a heart purse for doll, how to make a Valentine’s charcuterie board, and how to decorate a tiered tray for Valentine’s.
This week’s features include how to make butterscotch rice krispies, how to make a Winter cocoa bar, how to wear a knit sweater, how to throw a pink party, and a fun crocheted cookies and milk scarf.
This pattern is mindless because it’s just one row that you repeat for the entire length. You also don’t have a strict row count, it’s a length suggestion. So you can turn off your brain and just stitch along to a movie. The finished shawl is gorgeous and will make a wonderful conversation-starter accessory for spring evenings when heavy coats aren’t needed anymore.
When I saw this gorgeous little cable collar on Ravelry, meant to go under your coat and basically add a warm turtleneck “sweater” (top half) layer without adding the thick bulk of the full thing, I was intrigued. Most of my wardrobe is basic V-neck tees from Target, and I’d love something to cover my chest below my coat! This pattern is the perfect combination. It’s gorgeous, it’s interesting and stitches up relatively quickly, and it’s incredibly warm and comfortable!
As I was going through my yarn stash last week, I pulled out all of the Touch of Alpaca I had, and decided to put together this fun collection of 20 free crochet patterns that used Touch of Alpaca, and run a yarn giveaway.
This week’s features include how to make gum drop penguins, free gnome card printable, awesome crocheted canal house cushions, how to decorate a nutcracker tablescape and dollar store Christmas art.