February 14th is Library Lovers & International Book Giving Day! I’ve put together 20 crochet patterns for book lovers. These items would fit perfectly into a reading nook, and work as gifts too.
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I just ordered some Christmas Gnomes from a shop on Etsy. They inspired this week’s free crochet pattern round up of “Christmas gnomes”. These projects are perfect for home decorating, craft fairs and gift giving.
30 Free Crochet Patterns Perfect for Christmas Coffee & Hot Cocoa Bars.
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a mermaid can koozie, A Merry Crochet Christmas book, how to crochet a large jellyfish, how to crochet a C2C chevron blanket and how to crochet a lacy crochet top.
I am sharing a crochet pattern review of the Manchester Handbag designed by Tamara of Moogly Blog using some of my stash yarn in some fun, bright colors! This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you…. Read more
This is a crochet review for the Squish Cowl, a free crochet pattern from Moogly Blog. This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! Two and a half years ago, I shared… Read more
This post contains affiliate links for LoveCrochet. If you make a purchase by clicking on them, I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! Originally, I started out wanting to make the Shamrock Kawaii Cuddler, a free crochet pattern from 3amgracedesigns. I dug out some Red Heart Super… Read more
I found Scarfie Yarn on clearance at my local JoAnn’s, so I decided to pick up a skein, and try it out. I searched high and low for a free pattern that only used one skein, but couldn’t really find anything that caught my eye – then I remembered this Squish Cowl from Moogly Blog…. Read more
This is my second week being a part of the Yarn Fanatic Linky Party, next to Rachel of the Philosopher’s Wife. I had an idea of what needed to be done as far as promoting goes, but I didn’t realize how challenging it would be to find yarn specific projects. This just goes to show… Read more