This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet my Women’s Quick and Easy Slipper Socks – an easy slipper pattern worked in simple half double crochet stitches with your favorite worsted weight yarn.
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This Whimsical Sashay Cowl was designed for the Holiday Stashdown CAL 2015 – a Crochet-a-Long curated to help everyone complete some quick and cute last minute gifts using yarn out of their stash. Great idea! This is just one of the 15 designs so make sure you stop by to check it out and be… Read more
I did not intend on making a beret at first. Originally, I set out to make a chunky slouch hat but I ended up working it up too wide. After I finished the whole thing, I was playing with the fit and discovered that it made a great beret – I just wish I would… Read more
This scarf was named after a very good friend of mine, Melodie. She is planning a trip where she will be in the snow, and so I worked up this scarf to help keep her warm. Materials: – 220 yards of Chunky/Bulky (5) Yarn – I used just under 3 skeins of Deborah… Read more
Around the holidays, I had a custom order in my EyeLoveKnots Etsy shop for a men’s black and gray striped scarf. Today, I am sharing the free crochet pattern with you! With millions of color combinations, this scarf can be made over many times. Made of acrylic yarn, it’s great for the cooler weather times…. Read more
I had three balls of the Hometown USA Yarn – Fort Worth Blue, Cincinnati Red, and New York White – sitting around from the 4th of July. I was working on some Mini Blankets for my sister-in-laws photography stuff – Briana Lugo Photography – and had an idea in mind to make an American Flag blanket. I did start it,… Read more
This is a free crochet pattern for how to crochet the Brett Haylee Scarf, an easy super chunky ribbed scarf! 4 sizes included so you can make one for everybody in the family!
I get an email once a week from Lion Brand with the picks of the week. A few weeks ago, I received one that had homespun yarn being featured. That is where the Roaring Twenties… Read more
Second Winter Hat and Scarf completed! This pattern is courtesy of favecrafts. It was very easy to follow – good for a beginner. My choice of yarn was the Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Collection in the color Cirrus – chunky, self striping yarn of blues mixed with white. I do really like the Bernat… Read more