I really strongly recommend this pattern and I hope you try it out yourself! It’s simple enough for relative beginners, if you’re willing to try a few times to get sections like the teeth or the toes correct. These can be as simple or as complex as you like, it’s up to your imagination! Give them as gifts, bring them to craft fairs, or just make one for your desk in your favorite colors. I’m so happy I tried it and I want everyone to have one.
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It’s nearly February and hearts are everywhere you look. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not against Valentine’s Day at all! But I couldn’t resist the opportunity to create something that is the antithesis of the usual cutesy symbol of love. I think it is a fantastic twist on tradition.
If you’re looking for a fun and easy basic washcloth pattern, or an easy C2C project to try it out, this Colin Drew C2C Washcloth is a great place to start! 6 sizes & video tutorial included. These washcloths also work great as a mug rug for a delicious cup of coffee and afternoon snack, or as a doily to house a candle, plants, vase, lotion bottles, and more!
A few weeks ago, I settled on designing some skull coasters for this weekend. I drew out my skull stitch pattern on some grid paper – 3 different ones to be exact, and then I worked up a base to cross stitch into. As soon as I was done with my stitching, I turned my… Read more
This free crochet pattern and video tutorial will show you how to crochet a candy corn ripple soap cozy perfect for pampering yourself, or gifting with a handmade bar of soap or facial scrubbies, a favor/candy pouch, or a small gift bag with a new pair of earrings.