Are you familiar with cutoutandkeep.net? If not, you gotta get yourself over there to see all the crochet and other crafty goodies they have. These slippers are one of the newer offerings. I receive their occasional email updates â?¦
My friend, Sweet Sheri, sent me a link to this pattern, calling it a summer scarf rather than the ‘Floral Necklace’ that Red Heart identifies it as on their free pattern site.
It’s not something I would wear for â?¦
In that serendipitous way one discovers amazing finds on the internet while looking for something entirely different, I found this totally amazing dress that is accompanied with not a pattern, but the method by which its designer created it. This â?¦
How adorable are these baby sandal crochet pattern? There are step by step instructions and the pattern is simple itself.
I love the little button but I wonder how practical these are?
Want to find out more? Click here: Adorable â?¦
Here are two cute and quick ideas for July 4. Of course, you can change the color and use the patterns for other occasions too!
This is a ReWind article – to save my sanity. I’ve posted the â?¦
Maya Kuzman always has cute ideas – and this one is perfect for me. These quick and easy earrings would make perfect gifts for a variety of occasions. Work some up in Christmas colors for stocking stuffers. Make them in â?¦
Mikey over at Crochet Crowd has devised a couple of new tools that look to be quite useful. Of course, as with all things crochet, no matter how exact your input might be, your output may vary. But, his â?¦
We just need wonderful crochet flower patterns in the Spring, don’t we? It has rained enough where I live that April showers must be bringing lots of flowers for May.
In the meantime, I’ll grab my hooks and my bag â?¦
Do you have any of these at your house? I drink a lot of generic ‘Crystal Lite’ so I acquire a lot of these little containers. Under the easily removed, colorful wrapping, the container is clear. It’s the perfect size â?¦
Carol Wolf always comes up with great interpretations of stitches and designs. This is her Crunch Scarf, created to use up extra yarn she had on hand. I love the texture of the crunch stitch.
For a very luxurious â?¦
Simply Sweet Crochet is the perfect name for this book! All the designs are for lovely little girls – and will have you wanting to whip up some of them right away. Author Cony Larsen has created a collection of â?¦
If you want to crochet a really lush, long scarf, this one might just be perfect for you.
Scarves are one of my favorite ‘go to’ projects. If there’s a new yarn I want to try out, making a scarf â?¦
Sara over at creativejewishmom has created these charming, and wonderfully easy, jar toppers for us. I can think of a hundred different ways to use this idea!
This would be a cute way to brighten up your bathroom counter top, â?¦
This lovely necklace is what got me started looking for Irish crochet patterns online. While it’s not a necklace I’d wear (because I have no neck AND I just get toooooo warm to wear anything but the very simplest chain â?¦
Hands up! This is a line-up. The (un)usual suspects are waiting to be identified. Their little wings are so cute that I wanted to show you them first!
Happy, smiling bugs. Alice in Hawaii has these on her blog. She gives the â?¦