The Sydney the Snake pattern is a fantastic and easy no-sew design that works up quickly. It is fully customizable in size and color, and can be made with any type of yarn. The no-sew design makes it an excellent amigurumi pattern for those who hate having to attach the different pieces to create their finished project.
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When I saw this bunny lovey, I thought it was the perfect choice for a Summer baby shower gift. The crochet pattern was easy to follow and there are plenty of pictures for you to reference.
Because of the unpredictable temperatures, crochet toppers, like this shrug, have come in so handy this spring and early summer. I can wear a light summery outfit, but throw on a topper for the chilly parts of my day! This shrug pattern has been no exception, and the versatility is impressive.
I love the creativity of this pattern. A rainbow can be a fairly simple shape, but this one manages to have a cute retro look to it no matter what colors you end up using! And the bobbles add beautiful texture to what could easily become a boring stitch pattern otherwise.
The Tank the Turtle pattern by Mel’s Crocheted Creations is 100% worth the hype I’ve seen on social media. This pattern is incredibly quick and easy to work up in bulk, and it creates the most adorable little turtles! In just one evening and about two episodes of my favorite show, I was able to make three of these little turtles and start on a fourth. I am so excited to make more of these adorable turtles, and I am sure they are going to be bestsellers at my upcoming markets!
The Mini Cupcake Plushie crochet pattern works up super quickly with just a little bit of yarn. It is completely no sew, which is a major time saver! This pattern can be made in almost any type of yarn and any color combination, so you can whip up a bunch for easy party favors, gifts, or craft fair inventory. You could even make a bunch of tiny ones and string them together to make a garland!
This crochet pattern met all my expectations. It was simple enough to make but held my interest, it looks more complicated than it ended up being, and it gives a beautiful but laid-back look to pretty much any warm-weather outfit.
This pattern is wonderfully simple! Most of the stitching is a basic rectangle with a little bit of shaping for the neck and sleeves. Then you just sew the pieces together and enjoy it! If someone is looking to get into garments and wants to try a relatively simple one, I highly recommend this one. It’s not always easy, and of course there’s some frogging involved to get your fit just right sometimes, but it would be a great choice for an approachable garment pattern.
If you have a car-loving kiddo in your life, then the Mini Car pattern by Hugles is for you! This pattern is quick and easy, using minimal materials. In a short amount of time you will have an adorable little car that can be raced around all day and cuddled in bed at night!
This pattern was quite easy, and everything worked out perfectly. This would be so cute to make a matching outfit with child and doll!