This fun and easy granny square afghan is worked in one large continuous manner. It is a great on the go project, or to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie. You don’t even need to count rounds if you don’t want to, just use a soft tape measure to measure as you go, and stop at the desired size. 8 sizes included and a video tutorial!
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This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet the Through the Window Afghan – a fun afghan that uses the inset mosaic crochet technique. Don’t let it scare you! It’s comprised of simple single crochet stitches, chains and easy double crochets. 11 sizes included.
I just love the look of sampler stitch projects, and have been dreaming up ways to create my own. I’ve combined 6 fun stitch patterns together to create this 12″ afghan square full of lovely textures.
Worked in worsted weight yarn, this little heart pouch is sized just right for a small handful of treats, jewelry or other goodies. It worked up really quickly. Can’t wait to make some more!
I briefly considered whether it might be possible for a sweater to be too bright, and then I realized I didn’t care about the answer and put this yarn into my cart. The result was so totally worth it. This pattern was fun, it’s well-written and easy to understand, and it looks so cool!
I couldn’t help but share these free crochet patterns to make a cozy little bed for your furry friend, or one to donate to a local shelter using scrap yarn in your stash.
Several months ago, Liberty from B4 and Afters asked me if I was interested in working with her to create some scarves using Red Heart’s Boutique Ribbons Yarn that would be given away in a future giveaway (this one). I wanted to use the Ribbons Yarn in a non-traditional way, and was excited to be… Read more
After I got engaged, and started planning things out, I knew that this Wrapped in Lace Garter was going to be the one I used. Ever since it was published, I have been in love with the lightweight look, and lacy design. The pattern was easy to follow, and produced such a gorgeous personal touch for my wedding!
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! Since I shared my crochet pattern review for the Moss Cardigan last week, I thought I’d share a round up of five free cardigan… Read more
When I first decided on my yarn projects for October, I picked the Ghost Coasters found on the Red Heart site, designed by Kara Gunza of Petals to Picots. I have loved this fun design since it first was published, and only took me a couple years to get around to it. Since working them… Read more