I love this pattern! I love the fit, I love how it drapes, I love that the sleeves, and the bottom are kind of gathered/ruched in by the ribbing. It’s flattering, it’s comfy and warm, and the simple but interesting texture is just so perfect. I’m raving, I know I am, but I love these projects when you can just be so happy about the finished piece!
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The Atticus Rat Doll is hands down the most detailed amigurumi I have ever made. The designer, Cottontail & Whiskers, provided an extremely detailed description of each step along the way with over seventy photos showing important steps in the process. The pattern also includes a bonus pattern for a cockroach pal named Splat. This pattern is definitely worth every penny, and I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for a pattern for a cute and detailed rat stuffed doll.
In honor of the new school year beginning, I thought these crochet numbers would make the perfect little set. I found this to be a great, quick pattern to use up scrap yarn and turn it into cute and functional pieces!
This is a free crochet pattern and video tutorial showing how to crochet the Colin Harper Throw Pillow, which is a Basic C2C Throw Pillow worked in HDC Boxes with 8 sizes included.
How to crochet the Taryn Washcloth in 3 sizes. Taryn features the tunisian simple stitch with a purled edging, and is great in the bathroom, kitchen or as part of a pampering spa gift.
If you are looking for the perfect baby shower gift for a woodland themed nursery, this baby fox is too cute not to make! The pattern was so easy to follow with helpful photos and notes along the way, and he has the cutest little tail!
This fun, textured square is worked up in a basic pattern of corner to corner boxes worked in simple half double crochets. With 12 sizes included from 4″ up to 27″, the project possibilities are endless!
Because of the unpredictable temperatures, crochet toppers, like this shrug, have come in so handy this spring and early summer. I can wear a light summery outfit, but throw on a topper for the chilly parts of my day! This shrug pattern has been no exception, and the versatility is impressive.
I love the creativity of this pattern. A rainbow can be a fairly simple shape, but this one manages to have a cute retro look to it no matter what colors you end up using! And the bobbles add beautiful texture to what could easily become a boring stitch pattern otherwise.
The Tank the Turtle pattern by Mel’s Crocheted Creations is 100% worth the hype I’ve seen on social media. This pattern is incredibly quick and easy to work up in bulk, and it creates the most adorable little turtles! In just one evening and about two episodes of my favorite show, I was able to make three of these little turtles and start on a fourth. I am so excited to make more of these adorable turtles, and I am sure they are going to be bestsellers at my upcoming markets!