I just listed 2 new crochet/knitting project bags in my shop. These were so fun to make and there will definitely be more to come! Check out my shop for the current listings:
This is a beginner crochet baby blanket pattern; perfect for those who have mastered the basic stitches and would like to practice a slightly larger project and seamless color changing. The finished product is stroller blanket sized. This piece is color block or thickly striped and would look great in a variety of color combinations. Also makes a perfect, easy baby shower gift! Matching nursery mobile pattern coming soon!
Width = 30 inches
Length = 36 inches
- Worsted weight yarn, I used 5 skeins of Premiere Everyday Yarn (each skein is 203 yards) in the following colors:
Color A: Steel
Color B: Spa
Color C: Soft Peach
Color D: Cream
Color E: Coral
- Size H (5mm) crochet hook
- Yarn needle
ch = chain
st(s) = stitch(es)
hdc = half double crochet
yo = yarn over
10 rows and 14 sts = 4” square
Changing Colors: Continue to the last stitch in the row before you are
changing colors. Work the final stitch until you have 3 loops on your hook;
instead of yarning over with your current color, drop that yarn and cut it
leaving a 5 inch tail. Yarn over with your new color (leaving a 5 inch tail)
and pull that yarn through the 3 loops on your hook. Continue the pattern
with your new color. Tie the tails of both colors together to secure.
With color A, ch 102 (keep an even tension)
Row 1: 1 hdc in 3rd ch, 1 hdc in each ch to end, turn (101 hdc total including
first 2 skipped chains).
Row 2: Ch 2 (counts as 1st hdc) 1 hdc in next st, 1 hdc in each st to the end,
turn (101 hdc, including the ch 2).
Rows 3-19: Repeat Row 2.
Rows 20-37: With color B, repeat Row 2.
Rows 38-55: With color C, repeat Row 2.
Rows 56-73: With color D, repeat Row 2.
Rows 74-91: With color E, repeat Row 2.
Finish off and weave in all ends, block if desired.
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Check out the latest pattern in my shop, it could be used as a foot rest or pet bed!
St. Patrick's Day is approaching and I have a crochet pattern round up for the occasion; but you won't find any shamrocks or pots of gold here. These St. Patty's patterns are all about Irish Lace and Celtic Cables!
1. Dublin Cowl by Fiber and Fern Designs
2. Celtic Winter Slouchy Hat by Left in Knots
3. Irish Lullaby Cable Blanket by Rebecca's Stylings
4. Lucky Day Cowl by Moogly
5. Celtic Knot Mandala by Lillla Bjorn Crochet
6. Patons Irish Lace Throw on Yarnspirations
7. Irish Crochet Shawl by Lion Brand Yarn Company
8. Celtic Afghan by Lion Brand Yarn Company
I just listed a new crochet baby blanket pattern in my Etsy shop. I love the way this one turned out, it's my new favorite!
These are great crochet patterns for beginners who want to learn to use basic crochet stitches to create more complex textures. You will learn 3 different stitches to make 3 unique cloths. The washcloths can be made in many different colors and always make great gifts.
I love when I can make a large project without having a lot of ends to weave in; this super scarf uses almost a full skein of Lion Brand Pound of Love so it's super long with only 2 ends to weave in! The easy 2 row repeat makes for a simple project great for beginners.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and if you're looking for a quick project, you've come to the right place! Any of these 8 patterns would make a great gift for someone else or for yourself! Happy Valentine's Day!
1. Embroider my Heart Ornament by Mid Knits
2. Valentine Heart Ear-flap Hat by Classy Crochet
3. Velvet Valentine Bear by Repeat Crafter Me
4. Valentine's Day Gift Bag by Little Doolally
5. Rose Garden Shawl by Expression Fiber Arts
6. Classic Heart by Cotton Pod
7. Puppy Love Heart Slouchy by Whistle & Ivy
8. Romantic Dog Sweater by Lion Brand Yarn Company
This is an easy beanie that works up super fast and is a great project for beginners. This pattern gives instructions for adult size only, fits the average adult woman. This pattern makes a nice gift and is a great year round hat.
Winter crochet projects deserve lush, warm, soft yarns and what brings those cozy vibes more than velvet?! Check out these 8 crochet patterns all using new velvet yarns and get busy making!
1. Really Pretty Infinity by Woods and Wool Shop
2. Velvet Circle Pillow by Maria's Blue Crayon
3. Vel Luxe Throw by Mama in a Stitch
4. Verona Shrug by Serendipity as Always
5. Penelope Beanie by So Ro Bella Creations
6. Velvet Ballet Slippers by MJs off the Hook Designs
7. Velvet Beanie by Busted Hook
8. Velvet Mouse Ears by The Roving Nomad
I just listed this beginner crochet throw pattern in my shop!
I love chunky yarns because the projects made with them work up so fast! This neck warmer uses a beautifully soft roving yarn, the simple stitch pattern makes for a great unisex neck warmer.
Just listed this new crochet beanie pattern in my shop!
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This beginner pattern works up super fast and you can make multiple hats from just one skein of the super soft Bernat Velvet which is great for gift giving and charity crochet.
Wrap yourself up in this soft squishy crochet blanket. This is an easy pattern, perfect for those who want to practice the hdc rib, which gives the blanket somewhat of a knit look. This makes a great winter project!
I just listed this new crochet poncho pattern in my shop; it's beginner friendly and perfect for Autumn!
This baby crown makes a great photo prop and only requires a small amount of yarn so it's a nice destash project too!
If I design a crochet pattern and don't want to keep or donate the finished item, I will often unravel it and make something new with the same yarn. These four items are examples of different designs made using the same yarn over again. I like to reuse as much as possible before buying new; this is just another way I'm trying to make my craft more sustainable.
I just listed this new circle bag pattern in my shop!
It's not too late for a last minute summer project; especially when it's one of these quick to work up, lightweight scarves!
1. Boho Scarf by Busted Hook
2. Chain Necklace by Little Birdie Secrets
3. Light Summer Scarf by Hooked on Homemade Happiness
4. Mesh Wrap by Busted Hook
5. Lace Wrap by AnaDdesign
6. Diamond Eyelet Scarf by Crochet Spot
7. Infinity Scarf by Busted Hook
8. Summer Crochet Lace Scarf by Crochet n' Crafts