Enjoy this Tunisian crochet daisy pattern - it took me a while to figure it out but the math is mathing and you can use any weight yarn with an appropriate hook and it will still work! This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links I may… Continue reading Tunisian Crochet Daisy Pattern
I find myself purchasing sets of sock yarn minis whenever I see a color grouping that calls to me, but then I am never quite sure what to do with them afterwards – thus the Staircase Shawlette was born. It is worked side to side and has a stair stepped edging made by adding a… Continue reading Staircase Shawlette
Tulipa is a bulky cotton crochet sweater pattern! Crocheted in butter soft cotton, this bottom-up raglan sweater with tulip stitch details has an airy stitch pattern and an oversized fit. It is slightly cropped and has a relaxed round neck, but the fit is easily customized! Perfect between seasons sweater to add to your wardrobe.… Continue reading Tulipa Sweater
Polka Dot Duffle Bag
This sturdy barrel-shaped crochet duffle bag is perfect for a day on-the-go – use it for the gym, sports or dance practice, or carry it off to your local yarn store as a shopping bag because it holds lots and lots of yarn! Try different color combinations if you like, or use up stash yarn… Continue reading Polka Dot Duffle Bag
Striations Market Bag
Four Corner to Corner (C2C) crochet panels turn into this fun striped bag, even though you never work in the round except for the top edging! It’s an unusual way to make a bag, and once you have learned the process you can do all sort of variations with size and colors. This post may… Continue reading Striations Market Bag
This very simple free crochet tunic pattern is perfect for layering over anything from a tank top and leggings to a swimsuit. Changing hook sizes is a terrific way to work shaping into a complicated stitch pattern so you don’t have to fiddle with too much increasing or decreasing in pattern. Thanks to HB my… Continue reading Airy Tunic
Crochet Velvet Scrunchies – Two Ways
This is a free pattern for velvet soft crochet scrunchies in two sizes. They are beyond easy to make, and you can make several in an evening with one skein of yarn. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links I may be compensated at no additional… Continue reading Crochet Velvet Scrunchies – Two Ways
Crochet Two Color Cord – Shoelaces and More!
You can use a crochet two color cord as the base for a project, a shoelace, drawstring, hair tie, or anything else you can think of! It is super easy to learn, and can also be a great way to crochet up your scraps. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase… Continue reading Crochet Two Color Cord – Shoelaces and More!
This cute zippered crochet bag is perfect to take on your next trip. It’s made of cotton so is durable, and with the short strap you can wear it around your wrist, or wear it on your belt to keep your hands free for selfies! This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a… Continue reading Vacation Purse
Crochet Bunny Ears
These crochet bunny ears are quick to make, and easy to stitch onto a padded headband from the dollar store. You could even add some flowers to fancy them up for the Easter parade or your favorite cosplay con. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using a link I may… Continue reading Crochet Bunny Ears