Crochet a cozy Heart Afghan worked in corner to corner double crochet boxes. Perfect for stashbusting as the center heart area only requires about 10 yards on yarn. 10 sizes included, and a video tutorial.
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I had been on the lookout for a cute snowman pattern for quite some time, so when I was given the amazing chance to be a tester for Mel’s Crocheted Creations’ Snowy Pal, I was so excited! This pattern works up quickly, and because of some perfectly positioned stitches, it is entirely no sew. If that isn’t enough to win you over, this pattern is also very customizable! The pattern includes two different types of arms, a scarf pattern, and two different hat patterns.
This pattern is easy, fast and most importantly, adorable! I can’t stress enough how much attention these got! Not to mention, they did help keep me warm when I paired them with boots and a dress!
Throw pillows are one of my favorite things to make. So small in the scheme of things, but so versatile, and so easy to dress up a room with. This free crochet pattern and video tutorial will guide you through making an easy, basic, envelope style Tunisian Simple Stitch throw pillow in 8 sizes.
This pattern has been one of my absolute favorite makes in the past year or so. I had fun making it, I truly enjoyed each step, and I love the look of the finished result.
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.
The Ollie the Mini Octopus pattern works up super quickly and makes an adorable little, squishy octopus. Made in super chunky yarn, it makes a great little toy or pocket pal, but it can also double as a perfect keychain in any weight yarn. I have a feeling these little guys are going to be a huge hit at my next market, so if you need me in the next week or two, I’ll be making more mini octopi!
I really strongly recommend this pattern and I hope you try it out yourself! It’s simple enough for relative beginners, if you’re willing to try a few times to get sections like the teeth or the toes correct. These can be as simple or as complex as you like, it’s up to your imagination! Give them as gifts, bring them to craft fairs, or just make one for your desk in your favorite colors. I’m so happy I tried it and I want everyone to have one.
This fun mosaic crochet mini stocking is so versatile – hang it from your mantel or staircase in classic stocking form or hang it from your tree as an ornament, use it as a gift card holder or to house silverware on the Christmas table, make a bunch for an advent calendar and so much more!
So you’re crocheting away on a project when you come to the end of the ball of yarn you’ve started with, now what? Let me show you how to add another ball of yarn when you run out so you can continue crocheting away.