This C2C Santa Coaster is worked in half double crochet boxes that is perfect for Christmas cocoa while you’re enjoying your favorite holiday movie! You can also use this little square as a mini washcloth, or large facial scrubbie.
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I really enjoyed this pattern. It’s nice to find a free pattern for something small and quick, and end up with a highly useful (and cute!) item in the end. I love how my color-blocking came out, and I definitely recommend this pattern if you’re wanting to use up some stash cotton or even buy something new.
This pattern really is fast, easy, and adorable! Given how simple the pattern is to do, I feel like the flowers still look intricate and dainty.
when I started to feel that urge to update my home decor this spring a little bit, I came across this absolutely adorable cupcake “mug rug” that I could put on my coffee table instead of boring coasters, and I can even make a few extra for my birthday this year, in my favorite colors!
This pattern is very quick and simple! Like you might suspect looking at the intricate mesh detail, it does take a little bit to get used to the stitching, but once you get there it really isn’t too hard, and the majority of the bag is a simple two-round repeat! Then before you know it, you’re done, and ready to hang.
This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet easy single crochet washcloths. They’re perfect for using with dishes in the kitchen, feel fantastic against the skin in the shower, and also make a great gift! 3 sizes available.
How to crochet an easy washcloth worked in the moss stitch aka the linen stitch, which is comprised of simple single crochets and chains, and available in 3 sizes.
How to crochet the Taryn Washcloth in 3 sizes. Taryn features the tunisian simple stitch with a purled edging, and is great in the bathroom, kitchen or as part of a pampering spa gift.
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Landon Hand Towel – an easy hand towel pattern worked in the moss stitch aka the linen stitch, which is comprised of simple single crochets and chains.
When I began this project I was not actually a member BUT (spoilers), I have since signed up because this was super fun. I was sent this kit from a friend who just didn’t plan to do this one themselves and wanted to see if I was interested in trying it out and reviewing it. I decided to use this as a test of sorts, to see if I would consider this a worthwhile kit if I had paid the monthly fee. If I liked it, I planned to sign up for real. And I just did! Come check out my review in more detail.