This darling little crochet sea turtle will delight all children with his adorable hexagon sheep and tiny little flippers. Make him in 2 or 3 colors and he will be your child’s new favorite toy. This sea turtle crochet pattern is adapted from a pattern originally found at joann.com and is posted with permission here. This post also includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at at now extra cost to you. Thanks for your cooperation!
These crochet boat slippers look a bit like crochet Sperrys! You will love making them and love wearing them. They feature a double sole for extra comfort, and the ties are both decorative and to keep the slippers cozy and in place. Be sure to add one of these 7 tried and tested methods and make your slippers non-slip.
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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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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.
These darling little bubble baby booties have a cute slouchy design, a very stylish and warm accessory for baby! Perfect for your winter baby or for your next baby shower invite. This post contains 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!
Happy weekend everyone! Today I am over at One Artsy Mama sharing the crochet pattern to these simple newborn boots. They are warm and cozy for little newborn toes, plus they actually stay on her feet (something that socks don’t really do!)! They are also very simple and work up nice and quick.
So hop over and get the free pattern.
Happy December everyone! Though we are still waiting for snow here in Northern Utah, it’s been very chilly! It’s been chilly enough for me to start working on some warm and cozy patterns and projects. Since The Boy is growing like a weed, he needed a new winter hat. I decided to make him this Toddler Crochet Trapper Hat, big-boy version of the adorable Baby Button Trapper Hat. It’s just as adorable on him as it is on an infant, so this pattern is definitely a win.
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This week has been a bit crazy (and will be followed by a few more crazy weeks, yikes!). I wanted to share this simple vertical stripe baby beanie. I am a huge lover of stripes, and this Vertical Stripe Baby Hat turned out exactly how I wanted it to (that doesn’t happen very often!).
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!
I am excited to share another new sandal pattern today! Since we found out our little bun-in-the-oven is a girl, I am going into nesting overdrive, and crochet ideas (especially little girl ideas) have been popping into my head. I love how these Baby Barefoot Gladiator Sandals turned out, and this little baby’s mama loved them too!
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 them 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.
Hello everyone! You know that I love designing baby stuff, but I am trying really hard to branch out (although I have THREE cute baby shoe patterns coming out soon, stay tuned!). The Boy loves Yo Gabba Gabba, so I thought I would try this simple guy as my first amigurumi pattern. Thankfully, this pattern was pretty simple to design and pretty easy to work up. Do you have a Yo Gabba Gabba fan in your house? It has catchy songs, fun, whimsical characters and actual scenes that a toddler can relate to (interestingly enough). This is Muno (“He’s tall and happy”). He is courteous of others, loves eating noodles, is near-sited [although he gets glasses (or a glass?) AND a contact lens all in one episode] and lives in a pink and purple desert. He is The Boy’s favorite character, so I knew he would love him.
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.
This pattern has been a long time coming… phew! Do any of you have projects that you work on a little bit here and there, but never seem to finish? That was this pattern for some reason. But it’s okay, because springtime is the perfect time to release this pattern! Still cool enough to need something on cold little feet, but the maritime theme to these cute toddler boat slippers are springy as well.
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!)
Even though it’s still pretty cold outside, my crochet ideas are actually shifting more towards spring (gotta get started early!). I have a few more wintry ideas up my sleeve, but this will be my last winter baby bootie pattern until next fall. Yay for spring!
These baby moccasin boots are so sweet and warm! I made a cute rose-pink pair for my brand new niece, and her mama said they kept her teeny toes warm and cozy. I should have made her a pair in each size, because she had them on her feet all winter long.
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.
I really thought that this cold winter would be really hard on me (I recently moved from Las Vegas to Northern Utah). It kind of has, but the cold is VERY inspirational! I have needed to take extra measures to stay warm, and arm warmers were a cozy and cute way. I really like how these turned out, and they are pretty simple to make, too.
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Well, I don’t know about you, but I have been cold! I haven’t needed snow boots for a few years, but I just ordered a pair, and I think they are definitely going to get some use up here. And since my husband likes to keep the house a bit cool, I really needed more slippers for my cold feet. I have designed a couple other pattern, but I wanted to make something new, and these Button Strap Slippers turned out very cute!
So, for those of you who don’t know, we moved to a different state this week! Phew!
This has been a crazy week, but we are mostly settled in our new place (which I love!) and I finally was able to get these Toddler Little Dot Mary Jane Slippers polished. The Baby Little Dot Mary Janes is one of my most popular patterns, so I had a few people who requested a larger sized pattern. I am so glad I was able to oblige!