These look like tiny peppermint Christmas trees to me. They are an inspiring offering with the free pattern available here.
I didn’t find this treasure on my own. Peng of bullionstitchesandmore sent me the link to her version â?¦
Here’s the winning entry – chosen at random from all qualified entries:
Sara is the winner!
Love the organizing utility tote! I would use it as a teacher tote to haul all my â?¦
Grandma Pam has some cute crochet patterns! Here are two that will work up very quickly for Christmas.
You won’t be able to resist the cute little Paperclip Wreaths. I bet these would make good teacher gifts – simple, quick, â?¦
Nicole Borgia has designed this totally adorable snuggly vest for baby. When I saw it originally in yellow, I thought it was sweet – but then I got to thinking how perfect it would be to outfit baby or â?¦
In case you have a Super Hero fan at your house and want to crochet something special for Christmas, here are two ‘dolls’ for you. In case you don’t have time to get an entire figure completed before the Big â?¦
This is NOT crochet. It’s sorta fake crochet! We’re always looking for ways to use up partial skeins of thread and yarn. This site has nine patterns that are ‘fake’ and are made with thread/yarn. There is a nice tutorial â?¦
This is the free pattern from one of my favorite crochet talents, Thata Pang. Check out her blog for all sorts of crochet inspiration. You can get the free pattern for this pretty angel here. While Thata resides in â?¦
Carmen has created this fantastic calendar and is offering it to all crocheters for FREE! Free is good. As Carmen is Germany, her calendar is offered in her native German as well as in English. The photography is top notch â?¦
Wouldn’t a bunch of these be really nice to have around the house to hold all kinds of things? Adriana offers a free pattern and tote-torial on her blog. I’m thinking we should work up some of these in colors â?¦
It doesn’t get much sweeter than these! This is just a ‘picture show’. Click on the links for patterns and details. So much to crochet, so little time….
First are the sweet, tiny trees above. Get the details here.â?¦
Crochet At Play by Kat Goldin
This book is very aptly name. It’s full of enchanting patterns depicted on children at play. I am frequently asked for a cape for a little girl’s Little Red Ridinghood. Well, it’s â?¦
This would be such a pretty addition to you decor – or to hang on a ribbon around your neck. Another quick, versatile, free pattern for you. You can get it here.
And, wouldn’t your bathroom look extra special â?¦
From the very practical (and frugal) to the utterly ephemeral and showy, I have discovered some fantastic free Christmas crochet patterns that might help you zip through your Christmas gift or decor list in no time. Or, â?¦
When I read about Wendy’s adaptation of an older pattern, I was intrigued. Then, I asked and she sent me this picture of her work. While Wendy does not assert that this is her original design, she did adapt â?¦
I’ve had chairs with this type of back. Those spindles get beat up pretty quickly, plus they are not very comfortable to lean against for more than a few minutes. Look at how clever crocheter Jo Mo solved â?¦