This is perhaps the easiest of the triangle shawls in crochet, and with this pattern and the video tutorial it’s suitable for even the earliest beginner! Start with a chain 4 and work your way from the top down and the center out, and you can make it as large or as small as… Continue reading Granny Triangle Crochet Shawl – Super Easy for Absolute Beginners!
What is more fun than a scarf crochet a long? One for matching hats! here is the Ultramarine Hat to match my last post with the Ultramarine Scarf! This scarf is part of the Scarf of the Month CAL. This year-long event is hosted by Oombawka Designs (you can find her new Sweet Serenity Hat… Continue reading Ultramarine Hat to Crochet
This is one of my favorite single crochet stitch variations in which trios of single crochet stitches hang out on top of each other, giving densely textured stitches with both vertical and horizontal interest. This post may contain affiliate links. This scarf is part of the Scarf of the Month CAL. This year-long event is… Continue reading Ultramarine Scarf to Crochet
The Aqueduct Puff Stitch Mittens are here! The cuff is worked in rows, then the mittens are worked in rounds from the cuff to the top, with an “afterthought” thumb in single crochet. Suitable for the advanced beginner, they are quick to stitch up in an Aran weight yarn and will keep you warm and… Continue reading Aqueduct Puff Stitch Mittens
A lacy crocheted hat featuring puff stitches and wool yarn, offers just the right amount of warmth for transitioning from season to season. Pick a cute novelty button for a call back to the turned up brims of the 1920s! This pattern is part of the Crochet Cancer Challenge Charity event. For more information, and… Continue reading Lavandula Hat
I don't know about you but I'm ready for cold weather, brisk autumn days, crunchy leaves, sweaters, pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, and Halloween movies on TV! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays so to get in the spooky spirit I've rounded up 20 Knit and Crochet patterns for y'all! If it has to do with… Continue reading Let’s Get Spooky: 20+ Knit & Crochet Patterns to Get Into The Halloween Spirit!
I had a blast crocheting “spider webs” from black yarn and metallic thread and using them to decorate this cute snack set with parts from the dollar store. Use the big bowl to serve snacks like chips or popcorn and give each guest their individual matching cup! This post is part of the 2021 Halloween… Continue reading Halloween Snack Bowl and Cup Set
Cute, soft and quick, you can crochet up these tiny hats to donate or for the preemie or newborn in your life. Back in the dawn of time, before you could find size charts for crochet patterns all over the internet, I was commissioned by a yarn company to design some preemie hats.… Continue reading Citrus Hat Trio
Crocheted from the bottom up, this seamless swing vest is made in a stitch pattern reminiscent of a trellis with a garden of flowers scattered about. Customize your vest with more or less flowers, placed where they suit your fancy! Photos (c) ILikeCrochet.com, used with permission Skill Level: Intermediate Photos (c) ILikeCrochet.com, used with permission… Continue reading Freesia Swing Vest
This easy little dress crocheted in soft cotton is crafted to be a special occasion spring dress, but feels as comfortable as everyday playwear. Its soft pink color is easy to match and the band of hearts around the waist adds the perfect, final sweet touch. (C) 2020 I Like Crochet Originally published in the… Continue reading Heart to Heart Toddler Dress