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.
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.
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Favorite or queue on Ravelry here.
The Rock-a-bye-baby Bunting is one of seven designs included in the latest eBook by The Firefly Hook:
Single patterns are on sale at The Firefly Hook’s Etsy shop.
The next few weeks are going to be exciting! I am going to be a part of The Blog Hop Crochet Along! Nine other bloggers and I are teaming up and releasing one new afghan square pattern every weekday for a month. Crochet along with us and you will have a gorgeous new afghan just in time for the holiday season!
Here’s how it is going to work:
- Every day (M-F) a new square pattern will be posted on one of our ten blogs.
- You can join in the fun by crocheting each day’s square on that day whenever you have time.
- Share your progress and post photos of your squares in our facebook group.
- By the end of the Crochet Along you will have twenty 12″ squares all ready to be pieced together into a beautiful afghan just in time for the holiday season.
- Finally, we will be hosting some fabulous giveaways! You could win Lion Brand yarn to make your own afghan, $100 CASH money, OR our COMPLETED AFGHAN! That’s right, we are going to be piecing all of our squares together and shipping an afghan out to one very lucky winner.
We would love if you crocheted along with us. If you’d like to add a button to your blog or website you can grab this one here:
You can find links to all the other patterns at the end of this post. The links will be updated daily!
My first post will be tomorrow!
These darling crochet baby flip flops are the perfect summer shoes/booties for baby! They are soft and comfy, but add a bit of classic style to any outfit. The toe strap and heel strap help keep these crochet flip flops in place on Baby’s soft feet! This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support! For more information, click here.
These fabulous crochet fishnet gloves are made with the diamond mesh stitch. They works up very fast and have a squish and stretchy texture. Make them in bright colors for an 80’s outfit, or black for your halloween costume. This free crochet pattern post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you.
For this next installment page for our Gabbaland quiet book, I did the next easiest one: Toodeeland! Just three colors and lots of nice straight edges to cut.
In case you missed it, my first page was Brobeeland, and The Boy is wondering when the next pages will be done, so I really need to get this finished for him.
You can find a printable template HERE.
Corresponding Embroidery Thread
1 Light Gray
1 Light Blue
This is how the pieces should be placed on your blue felt page.
Make sure to sew the back ones in place first.
And don’t forget to grab the template for all five characters HERE.
I know we are all thinking about spring, (ahem…right here) but I have one more warm, wintry pattern to share. Maybe you can put these lacy boot cuffs in your queue for next winter, or maybe you can travel to WY and realize that is it still very much winter there. (We drove through a blizzard in WY this weekend!)
I hope you all had a wonderful holiday! Mine was bittersweet. It was our first Christmas with just our little family of three, which was nice, but I missed my family and our traditional Christmas Eve festivities. With most of the busyness out of the way, I decided to share this hexagon scarf with you today! I have been loving the hexagon trend, and I really wanted to incorporate it into a fun pattern.
Since the Boy has just loved his Transportation Magnets, I decided to make him another set. He loves the TV show Yo Gabba Gabba(I have posted about it earlier), so I made him a magnet of each character from the show.
I took the liberty of posting my patterns. Keep in mind, these are hand-drawn so they aren’t perfect (observe Foofa’s ginormous swollen right leg and skinny left leg, oops!)
What you need:
1 Tomato Red Felt
1 White Felt
1 Yellow Felt
1 Gray Felt
1 Blue Felt
1 Baby Blue Felt
1 Pink Felt
1 Baby Pink Felt
1 Black Felt
1 Light Green Felt
1 Dark Green Felt
Corresponding Embroidery Thread (You don’t necessarily need each color)
To print this template, click here: Yo Gabba Gabba Characters
Honestly, you could probably just hot glue these together if you are aversive to hand-sewing (it’s not difficult, but can be a bit time-consuming).
Happy sewing :)