Headbands are wonderful in the spring or fall, when you want a little bit of coverage against the wind but don’t want to get too warm. I still enjoy wearing a cute beanie all day, don’t get me wrong, but in these awkward in-between seasons I’m more likely to reach for a headband while I’m running out the door! I’ve rounded up 20 of my favorite free crochet headband patterns!
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I love that this pillow is adorable, has texture to it but it is still totally functional! Plus, it can be made in different variations and styles.
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 DIY holiday sheet music art, how to sew a Winter softie, how to make a cozy Winter tablescape, how to decorate a white Christmas tree and how to make cherry Oreo balls.
Welcome to the 1st Deck the Halls With Yarn Blog Hop! Here is a great collection of 14 free crochet patterns for Christmas decorating.
This ear warmer is a gorgeous warm headband with adorable texture and a cute little cinch that uses a very unique strategy! It’s easy enough to be your TV or purse project, but the result is absolutely stunning.
Come over and check out my Christmas entry table in shades of gray, red and white. You’ll also find 25 other Christmas trees from my friends!
If you’ve been on Ravelry or Instagram or any crafty social media recently, you’ve heard about pocket shawls. They are absolutely the trendy item this fall, and for good reason. They’re adorable, quite comfy and warm, and most of the designs are just a simple rectangle that you can jazz up with various stitch textures. It’s easy to see why designers (and customers!) are enjoying them.
Features this week include how to upcycle a pizza pan, a spooky Halloween snack board, adorable skeleton sugar cookies, how to make a Fall tablescape for two, and how to crochet a mushroom amigurumi.