Looking for a fun crochet toy for the kiddos? This darling crochet unicorn slap bracelet is the answer! Take a regular slap bracelet and add some crochet to make it a treasured toy. Wear in on the wrist or slap it to bike handlebars. Take this little crochet unicorn bracelet everywhere! This post is brought to you by WeCrochet, and online space especially for crocheters. Find your new favorite yarn and exclusive crochet swag at crochet.com. This post also contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
These fillable crochet Easter Eggs are an eco-friendly way to have your egg hunt each year! Get rid of those cheap, plastic eggs that never stay closed and make your own, beautiful crochet Easter eggs. Use these eggs year after year, and add a few more each Easter. This post is sponsored by WeCrochet, an online space specifically for crocheters! Thank you WeCrochet!
Use this crochet panda bear add-on to turn your Poca bear into a panda bear! Only simple changes are needed to turn your forest friend into a highland friend. Your child will love this darling little black and white crochet bear.
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These darling crochet animal ears headbands are a fun everyday accessory or perfect for child’s play and dress up. Change up the colors to make different animals (the bear could be a mouse if made in pink and gray!). With the tie back, they fit from toddlers and older children. The animal headband pattern includes your favorite woodland animals: deer, fox and bear. This post contains affiliate links, thank you so much for your support.
This darling crochet cat mermaid will delight any cat lover or mermaid aficionado! The best of both worlds, this cute crochet plushy will be your little one’s new best friend. The pattern is a video tutorial so you will have all the help you need to make this darling crochet toy.
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This darling and cute teddy bear crochet pattern is your soon-to-be best friend! His sweet face and warm heart will be a treasured gift to anyone who receives him. Made almost entirely of sc, he is a simple project and you will enjoy making him for someone special. The patterns are available in both my Etsy and Ravelry shops.
These darling crochet mouse ears are perfect for your next trip to Disneyland! These one-of-a-kind ears will be cherished by those who wear them and you can guarantee that no one else around you will have them. Customize them with different colors or omit the bow for a different look. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
This faux crochet cables hat is a fun, easy crochet project! You won’t believe how easy the “faux crochet cables” are to make, and this hat is very easy to adjust the sizing. The hat is perfect for both men and women and I encourage you to try using the same tweed yarn, it looks stunning with the faux cables. This post contains affiliate links, thank you for your support!
Star Wars is one of my geeky fandoms (I am a HUGE Potterhead, too). For some reason, I forget about Star Wars Day (May the 4th) until it’s practically upon me. I had the idea for this crochet Boba Fett pouch last year, but I didn’t think far enough ahead to finish it. Luckily, I got to it this year, but I have a Star Wars Crochet WEEK on my calendar for next year, so hopefully May 4th, 2019 will be a bit more exciting!
I have a crochet bucket list, have you? I probably won’t get to some of the items on my list until my kids are in school all day, but I’ve got one! I bought the pattern for these crochet hatching turtles last year, but I finally decided that this week was the week to finally make them. My kids have been champing at the bit to play with their new toys since they saw the pattern photos(they have been treasuring their crochet hatching dinosaurs and it warms my heart).
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I have been swooning over these crochet hatching dinosaurs for a while now. I saw them on Facebook last year and they have been on my to-do list ever since. I am finally get around to making them for my kids, and I thought Easter was the perfect time. I was going to put them in their baskets, but who am I kidding? I crochet throughout the day, and they were bound to be curious about what I was making. I also avoided any awkward questions about how the Easter Bunny can or can’t crochet exactly like Mommy. Plus, they have been playing happily together for the last 2 hours with their new baby dinosaurs! It’s pretty darn cute.
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I love the end of the year. It’s hard to believe that it’s already time to evaluate my goals! I keep all my goals on a handwritten list taped to my desk. I use the last week of every December to evaluate them, to see how well I did and how I can raise the bar for the upcoming year. It’s a lot of fun, and goals can truly be achieved if you work hard and keep your internal voice positive. As I was working on my goals, I decided to crochet a new hat, because I am obsessed with hats (apparently). I have had this wool tweed yarn in my stash for a while and I decided to break it out and make something. I settled on the idea for this Crochet Confetti Tweed Slouchy. I thought the tweed was very fitting for the end of the year, a nod to NYE and confetti, don’t you think?
My Crochet Snowfall hat is one of my very favorite crochet hats! This one and of course, my buffalo plaid slouchy are so fun to make and super cute to wear. It’s fun doing that little bit of fair isle color work, and the finished crochet hat is so pretty. I hope you aren’t intimidated by the color work because it’s not difficult to do! When you watch the video tutorial, you will see it’s not as hard as it looks, and I think you will be totally hooked (pun intended)! I followed up the hat with a snowfall mitten pattern, but due to the popularity of this hat, I decided to write more sizes.
These cute crochet woodland animal hats feature a cute plaid and gingham color scheme! They are worked from the bottom up and forming the ears is simply done by closing the top flat and cinching the ears a bit. The pattern includes sizing for the whole family
One of my favorite patterns from Plaid Week this year was my Plaid Fox Hat. It was a vision that came together beautifully and I was so happy with how the pattern turned out. When I shared in on Facebook, I had a few people throw out ideas for other animals. I loved the idea of a whole woodland animal set, so I got to work designing other Plaid Woodland Animal Hats. The Raccoon and Deer were simple enough, but the Bear was a bit tricky. Bears have roundish ears so I had to do a bit of experimenting. Luckily, and idea of how to make the ears round came to me, and it worked out beautifully!
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These crochet plaid mittens are a classic staple to your fall and winter wardrobe! Made with chunky #5 yarn, they work up quick. The free crochet pattern includes sizing for kids and adults!
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This adorable crochet fox fat uses plaid color work to create a crochet plaid fox hat! Pick your favorite orange colors and make of one these cute hats. The free pattern includes sizing for baby, kids and adults!
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These crochet plaid slippers are so comfortable and easier to make than you think. They are also incredibly easy to size up or down, so you will be able to make a pair for anyone who wants some (and everyone will!). This post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
These darling crochet fox slippers are simple crochet pattern and so fun to make! The pattern includes sizing for the whole family, everyone will want a part! This is a review of a pattern by Mamachee. This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
Septembers here are pretty darn unpredictable. They could be chilly. They could be like a second August. They could start out like August and end like November. So we need to be prepared!
A couple of years ago, I had a friend reach out to me about some crochet hats. She was making some for an elementary school class and wanted to make sure each child in the class had one. I decided to whip up a pattern that was perfect for chilly school morning and fast to make. This simple Schoolyard hat is perfect for both girls and boys and is an easy pattern for when you need a hat fast.
The idea for today’s free crochet pattern is brought to you by my husband Dallas! He was a real whiz with a hacky sack back in the the day (still is!). It’s funny, and really cool, how you can be married to someone for almost a decade but still learn little things about him/her. He can keep this crochet hacky sack going for a while, and it’s fun to watch him teach our 5 year old his mad skills! I was never good at it, but it’s fun to stand around in a circle laughing, chatting and kicking around a foot bag (fun fact: “foot bag” is the generic term for a Hacky Sack).
Make this adorable crochet plaid bow tie, perfect for fall and for the holiday! Enjoy this free pattern.
This crochet plaid hat is a classic. You need one in every color and you will love this fun and unique crochet plaid technique! Once you start crochet plaid, you can’t stop. This pattern includes 3 sizes: Women, Child and Toddler.
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I am not a huge gamer. I will button-mash a first-person-shooter game with my husband now and again, but I don’t spend much time on it. There are, however, a handful of games that I love. They all have the same thing in common: solving puzzles. The Legend of Zelda is one of the greatest (and most fun) puzzle-solving games ever made (at least in my humble opinion)! So when my sister-in-law commissioned me to make a crochet Link hat for each of her boys, I was excited for the opportunity to make a pattern dedicated to the greatest video game hero EVER: Link.
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Hello everyone! As August says its last goodbyes, I have been brainstorming fall and winter crochet ideas like crazy. Even though I love designing, I still enjoy working other designers’ patterns as well. One pattern that has really been on my mind is Fibi the Fox, a Lalylala doll. Lalylala has some gorgeous patterns, but the crochet fox really caught my eye so I gave it a try.