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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The Christmas Trees pattern by Rachel, The Farmer’s Wife works up super quickly and easily. It is a great market-make or a fast addition to your holiday home decor! You can use the pattern to make a single tree or a set of three staggered trees. Just be warned – this pattern is addicting! Before you know it, you’ll have a whole forest of trees. These are perfect for decorating or using as toys for kiddos. You can leave them plain or dress them up with extra decorations. However you make them, I’m sure you are going to love this pattern!
Today, I want to share with you my new favorite project – a koala pillow. This pillow isn’t just incredibly soft and cozy, it’s also quick to make. It’s perfect for a nursery, baby shower gift or for any koala lover!
I was in the midst of pregnancy, daydreaming about all the cute and cuddly things I wanted to create for my little one. That’s when the idea of this blanket came to my mind.
This fun and easy C2C mug rug is great for using scraps of yarn, and the perfect piece to add to your living room, kitchen or dining room to house your favorite coffee and snack. This mug rug also works great as a mini washcloth, and as a doily for plants, candles and so much more! This is a beginner friendly series, and this mug rug is a great project to pair with watching your favorite TV show or movie, especially if you are working on a few for a gift. You don’t even have to count boxes if you don’t want to! You can use a soft tape measure to measure as you go.
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!
There is something special about the classic, traditional granny square that always warms my heart! I am so in love with how these little boxes turned out, and how awesome they look hung gallery wall style. It was a great way to use up my stash, and I’ve been having so much fun, I haven’t stopped! This project is addicting.
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!
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.