This stocking pattern is just amazing! I love the ease of it, not to mention the speed at which it can be done in. If you need to make a whole family set of stockings, you could whip that out in a weekend! Be sure to check out all the variation ideas given in the pattern for different looks and finishes!
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This pattern was very easy, and I love the look of the stitchwork. This scarf is so pretty that I think I am going to make myself one too! Even my son asked for one. This would make a great gift for anyone who likes to be bundled up in the winter!
This pattern was incredibly easy despite the delicate look with the swirl. I think this may be my top pumpkin pattern so far! I really enjoyed how quick it worked up, how cute and different it is being swirled and I love the idea of being able to customize it further with cinnamon sticks and a wine.
This octopus is super cute and easy to make. It does take quite a bit of time and the construction of all the pieces is a little tedious but in the end, you get the most adorable little sea creature!
This scrunchie was so fast and easy to make! The pattern is well written, and it even includes a link to the video for it. I want to make a bunch in all kinds of colors! I think they would make great little gifts (or stocking stuffers for the upcoming Christmas season!) or even a way to customize matching your hairpieces to an outfit. Scrunchies have definitely made a comeback so don’t fight it and whip up a few of these yourself!
This month’s Yarn Crafts & Coffee finds include Spring, Summer and Christmas free and paid crochet patterns. A loopy yarn rug, granny square shadow box, macrame inspired crocheted plant holder, trendy chicken plush, flower motif granny square blanket and an adorable pig stuffie are just a few of the projects you’ll find in this collection!
The Mabel Chicken pattern is fun, fast and as cute as they come! This is one of my top favorite patterns. I love how quickly and easily it works up and using bulky yarn leaves you with a snuggly little chicken!
I love how whimsical this little tooth is but what’s even better is the pocket on the back! If you have a light sleeper and the traditional route of making the tooth-for-cash swap under the pillow seems daunting, this is an excellent alternative!
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.
There are multiple uses and variations for this pattern! You can make little bunny centerpiece, use them as mantle or shelf décor, string them together to make a garland or even use them as bunny toys to stuff in Easter baskets. I chose to make the garland with them, and I am going to use it to decorate the front of my desk at work.