This crochet peacock feather crochet pattern uses embroidery floss to make a colorful, silky feather. Use different yarns and colors to create the size and look you want for your peacock feathers. This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. This crochet peacock feather pattern is available in my shops: Ravelry, Etsy, my Whistle and Ivy Pattern shop. AND it’s available in my All-Access Pass. Learn more here. 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.
I am loving this boho trend. It’s so fun to see yarn and fibers trendy in home decor. Ever since our Hexagon Crochet-Along, I have been thinking of ways to put hexagons together in a cute way. This Boho Hexagon Wall Hanging is super simple and comes together easily and quickly. And I love the pretty effect. I think it would be darling a nursery, too.