This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Octavia Scarf – an easy scarf pattern worked in simple half double crochets with some front and back post stitches in there to create the textured lines. Four sizes included and video tutorials.
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The Lapli Basket pattern is the perfect organizational piece to review and add to my shop for January. Like all the patterns by DeBrosse, it is very modern and has a classic, clean look. I love that it not only is a great piece to add to your decor, but it is also a useful piece that you can utilize in almost any room of your house. It would be great for displaying small plants in a living room, holding essentials near an entryway, storing personal items in a bathroom, or toy storage in a kid’s bedroom or playroom.
How to make your own buffalo plaid plastic canvas coaster perfect for a holiday tablescape any time of the year, or use on an entryway table under a candle.
How to crochet an easy scarf pattern worked in a simple half double crochet stitch pattern embellished with Sashay Boutique yarn. Four sizes included.
This cowl has so much surface area that it easily covers your neck and would even cover an open neckline of a shirt. It would be great for spring or fall, as well as for relatively mild winter days. And I know this pattern looks complicated, but trust me that the actual stitches are simple!
The Super Chunky Striped Shay Afghan is an easy crochet afghan pattern worked in simple single crochet stitches and fun color block stripes. 11 sizes included, and super chunky yarn means it’ll work up fairly quickly.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Haylee Beanie, an easy crochet beanie pattern worked in simple half double crochet stitches, and available in 7 sizes.
I can’t praise the texture enough. I’ve always been a fan of post stitches, as soon as I got familiar enough with them to like doing it (I used to hate them as a beginner and now I’m doing designs with them!) It gives you such an impressive look with a very approachable technique. That’s actually why I clicked on this pattern on Ravelry in the first place, the texture.
I set off to look for a cute dolphin pattern on Etsy. I was assuming that I was going to have to alter a pattern to make the stuffed toy the size I wanted, but I was so excited to find the Daphne the Dolphin pattern by Theresa’s Crochet Shop! The pictures of the dolphin were adorable and looked like it would make the perfect size stuffed toy. I am so glad I found this pattern. It turned out exactly how I wanted and made a wonderful gift.
This was a very simple and quick pattern, so there isn’t too much to say. The directions are pretty straight forward in terms of the structure. The most difficult part is also the most striking part of the stitch texture. The “ivy stitch” is where this pattern gets its name, and it’s a really cool look! This technique involves working what are essentially spike stitches into a sort of semi-circle shape, working into different previous rows to get the desired look.