I love the shape of this pattern, designed by a French crocheter, Sophie, and sold under her name Sophie Gelfie. It’s called the Marina Shawl. The pattern is not free, but I believe we should be willing to …
There’s a new site for posting our projects for all to see. This one is headquartered in the UK, but the projects are universal. I fell in love with this cute variation on a simple granny square blanket. The designer …
Aren’t these charming? Sher over at Fly The Coop has created these sweet, teeny tea light cozies. As usual, you’ll find her instructions and tutorial to be very helpful. This is one of those crazy little things that make me …
Portia created this unique ‘statement’ necklace using some links of metal chain and simple crochet stitches. Isn’t it cool? I can think of a number of ways to use this technique to embellish my crochet. I think the statement necklace …
As I was browsing a friend’s blog the other day, I was reminded of this wonderful charity sweater pattern that has gone through several name changes – from Oxfam to Guideposts to, now, World Vision. The pattern is available …
Want to win this book? It’ll be easy. Just post a link in the Comment Section below to your favorite online crochet project crocheted all or in part in Tunisian stitches. I love this book, Kim Guzman’s latest, and you …
If you’re a fan of the currently trendy skull motifs, you’ll like this cute scarf. Works up in a jiff! You might not be thinking of Halloween this time of year, but this could be the perfect time …
Sara over at Creative Jewish Mom has created another winning pattern for us. It is smashing looking – better IMO as a table topper than as a rug – and she even gives us her own free pattern to …
When I saw this stunning shawl and the excellent tutorial that accompanies the free pattern, I knew I had to share it with you. I think the pattern looks far more complicated than it actually is. You’ll find …
Maybe you don’t have one of these (yarn winder)
of even one of these (nostepinne). Maybe you’re a frugal crocheter who is always looking for cost effective ways to improvise, make-do, improve, and create.
Wish I was …
Sheila is far too humble for her own good sometimes! She has designed this adorable little potholder that is embellished with simple embroidery stitches. She thinks this would be fine as a potholder. I say it could be so …
This is such an adorable hat for a baby. If you’re a pig fan, this would be the hat for you! Also, for my Arkansas relatives – all those Razorback-loving folks.
Jennifer has designed this free pattern and has …
Oh, are you going to love this book! I’ve read, reviewed, and used other crochet books that feature floral motifs – but this one is special!
Caitlin Sainio (who also authored 100 Snowflakes To Crochet) has designed real versions …
How cute would this be on YOUR favorite munchkin? Don’t have to make it in pink, okay. But, I love pink (as you probably know if you’ve read my blog for a while). This one is so quick you could …
I love it when I find a way to combine crochet with upcycling things I already have on hand or can come by inexpensively or free. I found this blog that has some fresh ideas for including crochet. In …
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