I teach crochet classes, and I love thinking of projects that younger children can make all by themselves. I am especially on the hunt for those projects that look amazing and not at all “kiddish” or only cute because your kid make it for you. You know what I’m talking about, right?
Sweetly festive and as colorful as you choose to make it, this bunting looks like a celebration and this superwash wool launders beautifully. You can pull it out every year for party decorations or crochet it in the colors of baby’s room and leave it up for whimsical décor. Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial… Continue reading Rock-a-Bye Baby Bunting – Free Crochet Pattern
These blocks make a sweet toy for baby. Light enough to be stacked or thrown, these soft playthings are safe for little ones and add charm to any nursery. Place a jingle bell or sound maker in the interior for a playful noisemaker! Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial I designed this pattern as a… Continue reading Wonderland Blocks – Free Crochet Pattern
I wanted to design a cozy that could be worked in rows then folded twice so it would be more fun for me to make them. The cozy on a cast iron needs to be double-layered because the pans are so heavy. If you only have one layer, your fingers could press against the holes in the cozy (which is supposed to function as a protection against the heat) and you’ll get a burn and probably a broken toe when you drop the pan.
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My husband and I moved to Wyoming shortly after we married, and we both fell in love with its stark prairie beauty and sunsets that fill the entire sky. After 8 amazing years and 3 amazing kids later, we moved back to Minnesota to be near family. The culture, slang, and rhythms of both ways… Continue reading Dogwood Cowl Free Crochet Pattern
Reinvent your home décor with these easy-to-create stool covers. The suggested yarn is unique t-shirt yarn is made from recycled factory off-cuts so you can add pops of color to your home and feel good about it all around!
The charm of exploring a tide pool is in expecting the unexpected. Beautiful and always surprising, tide pools are one of my loves. This hat shimmers in blues and greens and its construction is an adventure in unpredictability! The sideways construction allows for a huge negative ease only found in knit fabrics.
Named after a beloved literary character who is as complex as he is down to earth, this hat is delightful to make and yet just challenging enough to keep things exciting.
Spring Lion and Spring Lamb Cowls