The crochet pattern for the crochet cactus scrubby is very simple and easy to make. You will love having a darling cactus by your sink. It would make a lovely housewarming or Mother’s Day gift, or for you to keep for yourself. Enjoy this free crochet pattern! This post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
These darling and trendy crochet cactus posters use simple color changes to make the fun cactus print! The post also includes a video that show how to read a graph and how to change colors. The post has contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission (at no cost to you) if you make a purchase with one my links! Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!
Happy weekend friends! Today brings a pattern that I have been working on for a few weeks, which is crazy because they work up so quickly, only 4 rounds! To be fair, my original design idea was a slipper boot (which IS coming in a few weeks), but halfway through I thought they looked cute as low-top slippers. So today’s pattern is Women’s Quick and Cozy Crochet Slippers.
I think I found my new favorite accessory. I have never been a huge cowl fan until today. Not that I HATED them, I just had a hard time finding one (or making one) that I loved. My (almost) 30 Minute Cowl is easy and cute, but it’s not my go-to scarf. As I pulled out my hook and yarn to design this cozy Chunky V-Stitch Cowl, I decided I would try and make it with 3 balls only. This led me to make it rather small around the neck. It was such a happy result! I am now understanding that all my cowls have been too big for my liking. Next time I made my 30 Minute Cowl, I will work at least 3 fewer rows, so it’s cozy and snug around my neck.
You learn something new every day, I guess!
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Happy Monday, y’all!
I love Mondays. Perhaps I am the only one, but it seems like a lovely fresh start. I can reset my goals, and hopefully hit more of them this time around. What I really want for Christmas is an extra 4 hours each day, I wonder if Santa could fit that on his sleigh? Thankfully, I have still been able to find time to design, between the diapers, mac n’ cheese and Christmas bustle. These Dainty Bow Crochet Arm Warmers were a big hit when I first published them at Pink When. It’s strange, this pattern was one I wasn’t quite sure about. I didn’t know if people would love them or not, so thank you! Thanks for all the kind comments and all the shares. It really meant (and means) so much.