Welcome to the Scarf of the Month Club! Welcome to the fourth month of the Scarf of the Month Club! We have 3 new scarf patterns for you for the month of May! If you are new to the Scarf of the Month Club, it is a series of free scarf/cowl patterns that are... Read more
We're moving on to Part 2 of our CAL, June 1st, the Summer Sundress Hat Sachet is now posted! For more information...The CAL will be delivered over the next 4 Wednesdays with week 1, May 25th, starting with the Summer Sundress Towel Topper. On Wed, June 1st, I'll
Easily achieve a knit look with basic crochet stitches … if you know how to work a half double crochet, you can do this! I designed this “Knit” Crochet Cowl Pattern to be worked in a tubular structure because I really like the appearance of the “knit” stitches appearing vertically as opposed to horizontally. As an added bonus, not …
This is definitely not your granny’s shawl! The gorgeous stitch texture and modern striping helps this shawl pair just as easily with your favorite pair of jeans as it does over a little black dress, and it can be easily customized to any size you like. You can follow the basic shawl crochet pattern below and customize your …
Give a gift that keeps on giving - and then some! Gift a plant with a crochet graduation cap cover worked in the school colors, and then, tuck in some money into the diploma for the grad!Rated: EasyPattern InformationMedium: 4-ply WW yarnHook: Aluminum
I had a lot of fun designing this frog cover for a soft soap dispenser. It works up quick and will bring a smile or two every time it's used. I had my grandson in mind when I designed it!Rated: EasyPattern InformationMedium: Sm amt Red Heart 4-ply WW yar
I was wondering...what can I design for Mother's Day that's small and worked in thread? Coasters came to mind. I love texture and I love defying the traditional "always work in the previous rnd idea" that keeps the boundaries - tight. By stitching in the previous rnd and t
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