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 round super chunky crochet pillow is a quick and super easy project with stunning results. The extra bulky yarn showcases the lovely crochet stitches and bring a trendy, boho feel into your home. Make this stylish crochet pillow for any room in your home!
The cross stitch sc hat is worked using the cross stitch single crochet. This stitch is achieved by working the sc just slightly different, and it has a very pretty effect. Make this easy hat to practice this fun stitch, you will love it!
This crochet hexagon tree skirt is a lovely, easy free crochet pattern for Christmas. Make it in neutrals to match your trendy, modern tree or make it in classic Christmas colors for a timeless look. This post includes affiliate links, which means I make a commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for supporting Whistle and Ivy!
This crochet buffalo plaid scarf is a classic look for fall, winter or the holidays! Perfect for both men and women, this simple scarf uses The Plaid Technique for changing colors and achieves the look of buffalo plaid. Enjoy making this fun and timeless scarf with this free crochet pattern.
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This lux crochet plaid sheepskin wool features a large 4-color buffalo plaid check pattern, but it’s also lined with buttery-soft faux sheepskin, making it so warm and cozy! It’s even a crochet projects that would be a great crochet item for men. So warm and easy to make!
This comfy crochet plaid floor pouf goes with your holiday or everyday rustic decor. Made with two strands of yarn, it works up quickly. You can even use things from around your home as stuffing. The riveted leather handles are the perfect finishing touch. The post is brought to you by Red Heart Yarn, thank you Red Heart!
This luxuriously crochet buffalo plaid blanket is my new favorite thing! The soft, chunky plaid blanket top works up quickly and the back is made of plush faux sheepskin. This blanket is perfect for snuggling under by the fire with your currently project or WIP. The post contains affiliate links, thank you for your support.
This colorful crochet clutch is made up of simple stitches, but has a stunning color effect. Mix and match different colors to make your clutch totally unique! This post contains affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase I get a small commission. Thanks for your support!
Get the free crochet pattern for this ribbed crochet pom-pom scarf, the first pattern of our Christmas Gifts in July series! This squishy, soft scarf is simple to make and cozy to wear. This post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase. Thanks for your support!
This pretty and stretchy crochet headband uses a simple tip to make it super stretchy and comfortable: elastic yarn thread! This invisible elastic takes a bit of practice to master but worth the work to get the result. You will love your stretchy crochet headbands! This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you.
This easy crochet plant hanger will hold a variety of pots, and is made with fade-resistant, mold resistant outdoor yarn. Get your porch spring ready with some hanging plants! This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
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Okay guys, let me drop a game changer on you: outdoor yarn. About two weeks ago Bernat let me in on a little secret and sent me a few balls of their NEW outdoor yarn, Bernat Maker Outdoor. It’s mold resistant and won’t fade in the sun. How cool is this?! I immediately got going on a project that, unfortunately, ended in total failure. However, I got a new, cuter idea to make crochet bike basket bunting and it turned out so adorable!
I’ll admit something weird: I don’t like pepperoni pizza. I guess I am crazy or something, because everyone seems to love it except me (and both my kids, who are apparently as strange as I am). Even as a kid I would peel off the pepperonis whenever we ate pizza, turning it into a delicious cheese pizza. I am a total cheese pizza girl all the way. However, cheese pizza is kinda boring, don’t you think? When I decided to make some crochet pizza coasters, I decided FOR pepperoni.
Good choice, right?
This crochet fringe clutch is a makeover pattern! I designed this crochet pattern in thick acrylic/wool yarn last summer. I actually really like it in the bulky yarn, and it works up so fast, but I really wanted to make it in t-shirt yarn. I had searched but hadn’t found an affordable, readily available t-shirt yarn, so I settled for a bulky acrylic. However, a few weeks ago I discovered Bernat Home! I am currently working a few projects with it, and I made these deliciously comfortable flip-flops sandals last month. The stretchy texture is perfect for slippers. It’s SO comfortable. And of course I decided to remake my crochet fringe clutch with this newfound yarn.
Do you have a black thumb? Then these darling crochet succulents are perfect for you! Make them in two styles and fill your home with cute, handmade greenery. The free crochet pattern for these crochet succulents includes a small round succulent and a larger spikey succulent. You can also get the PDF which includes 3 more patterns: a barrel cactus, a prickly pair and a columnar cactus! These darling crochet succulents make perfect gifts as well! This post contains affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks 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!
Everything is coming alive in my yard, I love it. I have the most adorable little Crocus flowers growing in the front. It’s so fun because they are the first things to peek out in the spring(sometimes they even peek out of a late snowstorm). It’s hard to believe that Easter is around the corner! Sadly, I have been working on this simple crochet Easter egg basket pattern for a while now. My original size estimates were, unfortunately, way off, so this pattern was shelved a couple times out a sheer frustration. Luckily, I finally figured everything out, and I am winning because it’s still slightly before Easter!
This week I have been sluggish. I am trying to get the year planned out and organized, and it resulted in less articles appearing on Whistle and Ivy. I am so excited about what I have planned out for the year and I hope I can create content that you absolutely LOVE. This granny square cowl is a pattern that I designed about 18 months ago, but I am republishing it here so you can find it easier. It is very cozy, and quite easy to whip up, especially if you love making granny squares.
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Time to double-down on hat making. We had an extremely mild fall here, and it has spoiled me a bit. I stepped outside this morning to take The Boy to school and wowza! It is cold out there. Time for a new hat. I randomly pulled out these colors to make this Winter Peaks Hat and I am IN LOVE. Don’t they look beautiful together?
This beautiful crochet fair isle hat is a quintessential part of a winter wardrobe! The little crochet knit stitch hat is easier to make than you think and you will love the finished look. This post includes affiliate links which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
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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Add some rustic flair to your Christmas tree with this crochet plaid tree skirt! The wood buttons make a perfect finishing touch. This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations, all opinions are 100% my own. Thank you!