Clever ways to use up your Scrap Yarn Click HERE to Pin to Pinterest If you work with yarn whether it’s crochet or knit or other crafts, chances are you have a bin or a bag or an entire area full of 1/2 skeins or little balls of yarn ranging from 3 yards to 15 yards and you just can’t throw them away. Seriously. You
One Hour Crochet Patterns Click HERE to Pin to Pinterest You know the feeling. You just want the satisfaction of completing a project. You just need a nice quick gift. You have this lovely skein you want to use, but you don’t know what to make. Your family is facing a road trip and you need to keep your hands busy. Fiber Flux has put
Free Tea Cozy Crochet Patterns Whimsical, beautiful, and sometimes simple, tea cozies are there for one reason…. Okay- two reasons: keep your tea warm and delight the senses by adding texture, color, and sometimes silliness. I’m Hooked has found these incredible tea cozy crochet patterns for you to try as a special gift or something cute to work on during breaks from those super long
Striped Crochet Patterns There is something so aesthetically pleasing about stripes that gives your eyes a place to rest or even jump. They are soothing; even comforting. Stripes are very common, but extremely whimsical when done using different stitches or yarn weights. Even combinations of colors can bend light and create illusions. As you know, different yarns create different textures and stripes would be
Free Coffee Cozy Crochet Patterns Click HERE to Pin to Pinterest Ouch-Ouch-Ouch, hot-hot-hot! We all know that feeling of grasping a lovely hot cup of coffee, only to burn ourselves before getting it off the counter and having to commit to carrying it ALL the way to the table which is 3 ft away. Sometimes, we know it’s going to burn, but we do it
Granny Square Patterns Have you found yourself hooked on granny square patterns yet? Have you found the one pattern you return to time and time again? It seems the more granny squares you hook up, the more you crave them. Whether it’s a bag, a blanket, or something totally unique they always look so completely different with the slightest colour change or yarn weight.
These embellishment crochet patterns are wonderful and there are so many ways to use them. The obvious ways are using them on scarves or hats to create matching pieces. That would be an instant set. Have you ever used embellishments for blankets, baby cocoons, or headbands? With so many embellishment crochet patterns there should be tons of ways to use them. How about creating some fridge