Go from City Lights to a comfy fireside and keep your toes toasty with these quick-to-crochet slippers. They work up very quickly in a Super Bulky yarn on a 9.0mm hook, and are made in once piece from toe to cuff so there is no seaming at the end. This post may contain affiliate links.… Continue reading City Lights Slippers
This bucket hat is made of a soft cotton/acrylic blend yarn, and is crocheted all in one piece from the top down so there is no irritating seaming. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using one of these links I may be compensated at no additional cost to you. This… Continue reading Soft and Simple Crochet Bucket Hat
Light and lacy, these fingerless gloves offer a little bit of warmth and a lot of style! The cuff is crocheted in single crochet in the back loop only, then the body of the mitt is worked from the cuff up. This post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase using these… Continue reading Proper Mitts
This adorable crochet ghost bag charm can keep your key safe from things that go bump in the night! Make a loop the size shown to use as a bag charm, or make it lanyard length to put around the neck of your favorite costume part goer! This post may contain affiliate links. If you… Continue reading Little Ghost Key Charm
Simple to stitch crochet bleacher cushion! One of my more vivid memories from my senior year in marching band was playing at a post season game at a school that had metal bleachers. It snowed, we froze! Make one of these plush cushions in your favorite team colors to support them in comfort and style.… Continue reading Bleacher Cushion to Crochet – Go Team Go!
This crochet triangle bandana pattern alternates solid rows with mesh rows for an airy look, which is accentuated by the watercolor look of the yarn shading from one color family to the next. Make any size bandana you like - or buy plenty of yarn, keep crocheting, and you will wind up with a shawl!… Continue reading Crochet Bandana Pattern – Lizzy’s Bandana
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
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
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