This Christmas tree ornament came to life, when holiday vibes hit and I just felt the urge to hook up something Christmassy. I can already feel the magic of the holidays kickin in.
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This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet the Cabot Pumpkin Wreath, a cozy, cable stitch wreath complete with pumpkin leaves and curly vine that is perfect for Fall decorating! With removable accents, it can take you through Winter too!
This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing for how to crochet a Quick and Easy Curly Vine perfect for all Pumpkin projects!
I was in the midst of pregnancy, daydreaming about all the cute and cuddly things I wanted to create for my little one. That’s when the idea of this blanket came to my mind.
This is a very simple pattern to follow and to stitch up. There’s not any complicated shaping or fancy textures on this, the designer lets the simple stitch provide a gorgeous comfy fit and gives the yarn the chance to show off. This top is also very comfortable, and this stitch has a fun sensory texture that I enjoyed running my fingers across while wearing the top (that’s not too weird to do at your desk at work, right?) I wholeheartedly recommend this pattern.
The idea for crocheting this monkey came to my mind when I decided to surprise my daughter with a one-of-a-kind gift. This fun amigurumi monkey toy is worked in simple single crochets, and there is a video tutorial as well.
This hoodie is a very nice spring and summer piece. The concept of a short-sleeved hooded layer can come off a little weird if it’s not done well, but the silhouette of this one pulls it off perfectly. It looks casual and chic and comfortable, and I knew I had to have one. This piece has a very simple construction and I appreciate that. This construction lets you make it to fit your own size and shape, and allows for customization in both length and width so it will fit just the way you want depending on your personal style!
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 pattern is a great choice if you’re looking to try your first sweater and you want a pattern that really walks you through things! I love how this came out in a striping yarn and want to see it in something even more colorful, but at the same time I also want one in a nice soft silver or pale green. The options are endless!
How to crochet a quick and easy Pumpkin Leaf worked in just three rounds, and 10 minutes perfect for Fall crafting and decorating.