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.
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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!
This beautifully textured table runner features the moss stitch aka the linen stitch. It’s the perfect piece for the dining room table, or entryway.
This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet easy single crochet washcloths. They’re perfect for using with dishes in the kitchen, feel fantastic against the skin in the shower, and also make a great gift! 3 sizes available.
How to crochet the Buffalo Plaid Shay Coasters, which is an worked in simple single crochet stitches. You can also use this little square as a mini washcloth, or a large facial scrubbie.
This crochet pattern is pretty beginner-friendly. It’s a really simple stitch but it helps you practice keeping an even tension so your blanket stays a nice straight-edge rectangle. And working in a super bulky yarn like this can help you finish a project nice and quickly, which makes you feel accomplished!
How to make your own buffalo plaid plastic canvas coaster perfect for a holiday tablescape any time of the year, or use on an entryway table under a candle.
Winter usually means snow and at my house, snow equals snowman. So it was a natural choice for December to make one that will last all year long! I chose this little guy because I just thought the top hat was too cute! So many patterns have snowpeople wearing beanies topped with a pouf. While they are adorable, this top hat really caught my eye so I had to make it!
How to crochet a washcloth that has a snowman hat using half double crochet corner to corner boxes. 3 sizes included!
Cabled pillows are an everlasting trend, and I’ll proudly be here for it forever! It’s a timeless look that goes with any decor. You can have them in beautiful bright shades to add a pop of flair to your living room, or make a coordinating set in muted neutrals to match your bedroom! I love it for so many reasons.