This cute crochet basket pattern helps you make a round crochet basket sized to suit your needs. With just a few easy tips, you can make a basket that is just the right size and has the integrity to do its job. Use any yarn to make the perfect crochet basket for you! This post includes affiliate links, which means I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for your support!
This round super chunky crochet pillow is a quick and super easy project with stunning results. The extra bulky yarn showcases the lovely crochet stitches and bring a trendy, boho feel into your home. Make this stylish crochet pillow for any room in your home!
This Christmas crochet camper pillow features an adorable retro camper with a fresh cut Christmas tree on top! The bright lights and berries for the wreath are added quickly and easily afterward with a needle and yarn. New to changing colors? I included a short video explaining how to read a graph and how to change colors. This post includes affiliate links, thank you for your support!
Happy Tuesday ya’ll!
I hope your week is going well. I am finishing up some personal projects this week, and it feels good to make time for other things. One of these projects is a Whistle and Ivy Original embroidery pattern. I am so excited to share it! I want to give it to the intended recipient before I can share it, but tune in next week for the free pattern. I am loving this new craft and I am brimming over with ideas. Now, I just need to find the time to make them happen!
Today I am sharing the pattern I shared on Stitch and Unwind a few months ago, this fun Hexie Puff Seat Cushion crochet pattern.
This week started with a fail and ended in success. Well, it started with a couple of fails actually. This speech bubble idea came in the form of a pillow, but after several hours of frustration (I couldn’t get the shape exactly right), I switched gears to these coasters. After a funny venture with paint and stencils, I finally completed these adorable crochet speech bubble coasters, and I’m glad at how they (eventually) turned out.