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 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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In blogger land, it’s time to start working on Christmas and fall (crazy, right?). I have some super fun things planned. I think this will be the best crochet season yet! In between the massive design-fest, I am using extra time to go through old patterns and refresh them a bit. I design this crochet iPad pouch last spring, and oh! it did not turn out the way I wanted. But I had spent so much time I couldn’t bring myself to abandon it. I pushed the Publish button with reckless abandon. I finally found myself ready to redo the pattern for the crochet iPad pouch this week, and man-o-man, the updated version is much, much prettier!
The pattern for this crochet iPad pouch is more of a guide. I wanted to give you basic directions so you could make it fit whatever device you own. You could make this pouch for your phone, tablet or laptop! My iPad mini is in the photo.
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.