Candy Corn crochet patterns What can you say about candy corn that these candy corn crochet patterns don’t already say? Ancient Egyptians and earlier peoples recognized the value in preserving nuts and berries in honey. Candy canes are thought to originate in Cologne Germany (1670s) and the first chocolate bar was pressed in England (1847). The Candy Corn was created by the Wunderle Candy Company
4 Adorable Halloween Crochet Patterns Many of us, as crafters, are focused on Christmas and making those gifts, but there is another group that loves to hang out on the Halloween theme and soak it up as much as possible. We love all the candies and cute costumes we see around Halloween. People spend hundreds of dollars on costumes and events to make their mark
Witch Crochet Patterns Halloween tends to be the time of year to start decorating for the holidays. For many, it marks the beginning of the holiday season and the promise of harvest. One could argue it’s the promise of candy! In this roundup, you’ll find some fantastic costume hats as well as housewares. Whether you decorate your entryway or your entire home or office, these
Costume Crochet Patterns There are so many reasons to make your own costumes, from saving a few dollars to savoring the creativity; but the reasons that stand out most to me are the flexibility and durability that these costume crochet patterns can produce with the right materials. Not only can they be used for years to come, but for small children, daily play clothes could
Frankenstein Crochet Patterns Seriously. Just so completely darling! If you are like me, you’ve watched and recall the original 1931 classic film, Frankenstein with Boris Karloff. Never was it considered adorable or cute. Not once. Trivia: Did you know, original posters for the original cult classic have ranged in the hundreds of thousands of dollars with a top seller over $880,000? Original Young Frankenstein
Free Pumpkin Crochet Patterns ‘Tis the season to love everything Pumpkin-y! These delightful little squash are ripening on the vine as their rich colours vary from sage to… well, pumpkin colour. To celebrate the harvest, fall, autumn, changing leaves, thankfulness, and gratitude, we surround ourselves with the bounty by carving, decorating, painting, and dancing amongst the pumpkins. Now it’s time to crochet the pumpkins!
Pirate Crochet Patterns I cannot get over the cuteness, fun, and whimsy of this collection. Little Monkeys Crochet did an amazing job at locating these patterns for us. Go by and say hello as you browse through the patterns. With so many theme birthday parties, we can make costumes, door prizes, party favors, presents… you name it. Click HERE to Pin to Pinterest. Check it