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 darling crochet mandrake baby hat makes an easy and cute Halloween costume! The crochet pattern includes instructions for the mandrake hat as well as a printable for the Mandrake label that you can iron onto a plaid onesie. Remember, ear protection required!
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Love switching up your apple watch band? This fun, boho DIY crochet Apple Watch band is lovely addition to your watch band collection! You can easily customize it so many ways, or use one of the three simple variations in this post. Make one or ten! This post contains affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for supporting Whistle and Ivy!
Use this crochet panda bear add-on to turn your Poca bear into a panda bear! Only simple changes are needed to turn your forest friend into a highland friend. Your child will love this darling little black and white crochet bear.
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These darling modern crochet baby bibs are perfect for your little drooler or your messy toddler. These bibs are for the modern mama, and will make an “oooh”-worthy baby shower gift. The pattern pack includes a toddler sized boho fringe bib, a baby-sized triangle bandana chevron bib and a baby-sized triangle bandana cactus print bib. Be sure to make your modern crochet bibs out of soft cotton yarn so they are perfect for your baby to drool and chew on! This post is sponsored by LoveCrafts.com; all opinions, ideas and content are 100% my own! This post also includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission if you make a purchase, at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!