A lady on Facebook requested that I make a set of pillows that match the Old Glory American Flag Afghan that I made earlier in the summer. And since she was such a sweet lady, I couldn’t let her down! 😉
This is week one of my six weeks of crochet ornament gift card holder patterns that I plan to share with you this year and first up is the stocking!
Halloween is just around the corner, but there’s still time to whip up a few last minute projects! And what a better project than some quick an easy appliques to attach to just about anything!
Christmas seems to be creeping up fast. Is it just me?
And there’s nothing wrong with getting a jump start on some holiday decorations or gifts for those special people in your life.
I adore shawls!
With this pattern, I kind of worked backwards in my design. First I picked the yarn. This pattern uses the Lion Brand Heartland yarn. This is the first time I’ve ever worked with this and I tell you what…I don’t think I’ve ever felt a softer yarn. Hands down. And I’m not an affiliate for Lion Brand.
I wanted to share a photo tutorial with you today to help you better understand the stitches and increases necessary to crochet the Grand Canyon Shawl.
This tutorial assumes that you are already familiar with how to crochet the basic stitches of chains and double crochets.
I will also be including photos depicting the four double crochet decrease (dc4tog) that is also required.
Did I scare you?
So somehow I managed to miss decorating my house for autumn this year, which is highly unusual for me since this is my favorite season. I just chocked it up to being super busy with work.
Happy harvest everyone!
I love pumpkin everything!!!
Autumn is my most favorite season and I just adore pumpkins—carving them, eating foods made from them and, best of all, decorating with them!
I hope you’re having an awesome week.
I’m here today with my first Halloween themed crochet pattern for you. I really enjoyed making these. They were quick and super easy.