Well hello there!
May I present the Jasmine Scarf!
This scarf is unique in that it is a cross breed between the classic infinity scarf and the popular triangle scarves that I’ve been seeing around the web. I may not be the first one to create one of these, but I sure am proud of my version!
Well hello again!
I’m here today to share my latest design with you…the Spikes and Stripes Potholder.
Mostly everyone has to work with hot items in the kitchen at some point. College kids (Man, that microwave makes things hot! 😛 ), kids learning to cook, you or someone you love cooking your nightly meal—whatever the case may be—someone will still need a good potholder to protect their hands. Even my husband will take something out of the oven for me every once in a while, and why not have super cute and functional tools to tackle the job?
These little hearts are absolutely adorable whether they are strung together in a garland or individual ornaments! You could make them in any color you could possibly imagine and they would work for so much more than just Valentine’s Day decorations!
Happy New Year!
I wanted to start this year off by sharing my 10 best patterns from 2017. Even though I haven’t been blogging for an entire year, I still managed to share roughly 60 free patterns in only eight months! That seems unreal to me.
Well, the end of the year is upon us once again, but instead of feeling sad about it, this year I feel hopeful and excited for the year to come! Starting this blog and getting to share my crochet patterns with you all has been an amazing experience so far. I’m so blessed to be able to earn a living doing what I love and I am grateful for each and every one of you for your support!
To celebrate the coming new year, I designed this sparkly little gem of a cowl to wear to the party we attend every year at our neighbor’s house. No drinking and driving for us!
Well hey there!
I just had to share this pattern for these adorable little hanging mittens!
There are actually a ton of uses for them. Off the top of my head, I came up with gift topper, gift card holder, hanging decoration for home or office, tree decoration, fill them with candy for small children and I’m pretty sure the size is great for the tiny hands of 1 or 2-year-olds as actual gloves!
I wanted to put together a list of twelve super colorful and free crochet washcloth patterns for you today! Washcloths are such a fun and rewarding project especially if you are a beginner. Even those of us who aren’t beginners, still tend to revel in the beauty of a completed project, no matter what the skill level required. I know I still do!
For the next two weeks, I wanted to create a couple super simple patterns that could be worked up quickly — items that would make great gifts. Because even if it isn’t a holiday, we still manage to give gifts and make donations year round, don’t we?
So this week, I designed the cutest little lap afghan, a lapghan if you will. (If that’s not already a word, it really should be! Ha!)
I just can’t believe how fast the time is going. It really needs to slow down. I can remember being a kid and it seemed to take F-O-R-E-V-E-R for Christmas to get here and now you blink and it’s over… *Sigh*
One thing I do enjoy is working on holiday crochet projects! It makes the holidays last just a tiny bit longer as I work away on my decorations and gifts.
And this week, I’ve created the Christmas edition of the crochet wreaths I’ve been designing for all of you!
This triangle shawl has such a unique look to it, especially with the color changing yarn I used. I just couldn’t stop looking at it while it hung on my mannequin. There’s an amazing texture present that I love. It almost looks like a layered shell, but it isn’t. Does that make sense? Ha!
Anyway, I’m thrilled with how it turned out and it’s going to a very special person! Read more