Welcome to my free pattern for Crocheted C2C Granny Stitch Cocoon Shrug. I will admit I’m a little addicted to corner to corner crocheting. Have you tried corner to corner using the the granny stitch? It’s another lovely way to use corner to corner technique. My pattern for Crocheted C2C Granny Stitch Cocoon Shrug was inspired by watching Poldark on PBS Masterpiece.Read more
Do you love crocheted granny squares? I do! Granny Squares remind me of what is simple about crocheting, you can pick up a hook and yarn and make something pretty. I remember the first time I made a granny square shortly after I learned to crochet and I was hooked. I also love how granny squares and poncho look fabulous together. I created this Crocheted Simple
Who loves watermelons in summertime? I certainly do! Summertime has all the retail stores displaying watermelons on everything. When I first started crocheting one of my first projects was a watermelon zipper pouch. Today I want to share my easy Crocheted Watermelon C2C Baby Blanket. Crocheted corner to corner is a very easy way to create a beautiful texture and
I’m excited to share with you my pattern for Crocheted Mermaid Rag Doll using bulky yarn. I love all things mermaid and I love Bernat Blanket Yarn. I used my mermaid vibes to combine these together and designed Crocheted Mermaid Rag Doll. I started making these a little over a year ago and I have probably made about 30 in a year. Through the process I have tweaked the pattern to
I am a little cactus obsessed, ok maybe not a little but a lot! I really wanted a cactus small enough to make a key chain or to use for making small bunting. One afternoon sitting in my car with my smaller hooks and embroidery floss I busted out this cute pattern for Crocheted Itty Bitty Cactus. For a keychain it needed to be a bit sturdy so I made two and single crocheted them together.
When I first asked my mom to teach me crochet my primary reason was so I could make my own necklaces. Little did I know I would be making much more than necklaces. Making Crocheted Necklaces is super easy and fun. In this pattern for How to Make a Crocheted Necklace I will explain how basic it is to make Crocheted Necklaces. There are a few rules to apply but the colors, beads and length is
I love to reduce my carbon foot print. How do you reduce your carbon foot print? One way I do is in cleaning my home. I use reusable rags, make my own cleaning solution, and make reusable mop covers. Today I am sharing with you my free crochet pattern for making Crocheted Dry/Wet Mop Covers Using Bulky Yarn.