Once a mother, always a mother, right!? We all know that mothers love hand-made gifts. So make your Mom something quick (it took me under two hours to whip these two out), cute (I love matching colors and flowers), and cheap (these cost approx. $6.00!) for Mother’s Day this year. Grab your hooks or needles
This adorably tiny crochet cow features hearts for spots and has love in his eyes! In order to get the free pattern: 1. Share this blog post with your friends on Facebook or Twitter! See the handy little share buttons at the very bottom of this post? Use those to make it easy or
It suddenly hit me this morning that, as usual, I’m totally behind the curve on Valentine’s Day designs! I may still have time to sneak in one or two new patterns if I’m super quick, but gosh….I need to keep better track of the calendar! With this realization, though, I went off on a fun
I so enjoy getting to do these designer showcases! It’s a breath of fresh air for me to step out of my box, admire other designer’s creativity, and share their work. Jackie Ramsdell, from Blankies By Jackie, is the designer of the day…..and gosh is her stuff cute!! She’s known for these ADORABLE little lovey
I have to admit…..I’ve recently strayed from my usual path of adorable knit and crochet hats…..My son recently put in a super special request and I’ve been having a blast working up something a little different. If you knew me in person you would know that I am terrible at keeping secrets…..terrible may even be an
Once upon a time, a little inkling of an idea entered my mind. The idea was full of promise, but also filled with challenges. As time passed, I continued to come back to the idea over and over again. It was an idea I simply couldn’t ignore. I’m not usually one to write such a demanding pattern….I
You know that type of pattern….the kind that makes you go awwww! Well I stumbled across one of those today. These tiny crochet penguins have snatched my heart and waddled away with it, and I know they’re waiting to do the same for you. The pattern looks really well written and even includes a cute
I have the most awesome job ever, and part of that job is to make sure that I show off and brag about other awesome designers. Today consists of one of those brag sessions, and I’m pretty excited about it. Mostly because I just know you’re going to adore Ashley, of Ashley Designs, and all
As a pattern designer, I usually have a plethora of creations and ideas flowing through my mind. Sometimes, though, I get stuck in a rut. It’s moments like these when I love to surf the web and find beautiful things that take my breath away….like today’s freebie alert crochet pattern! I am not a feet person.
Every once in a while I stumble across something I just really want to share, and today happens to be one of those days. I know you all appreciate freebies whether I was the one to design them or not, so I’m going to start putting all these fun designs I find into quick little
Last week I was honored to be a guest blogger over on Moogly! I wrote up an adorable design great for any baby or toddler in your life. It’s unisex, easy, and super quick to work up! The best part!? I wrote both a knit and a crochet version so you could do whatever craft
This gorgeous crochet baby romper was featured as a free pattern on The Crochet Crowd blog a while back. There were a couple of website technical difficulties though, and the post has been removed. I’ve had a few people ask where the pattern went and I want to make sure you all still have access.
Average Head Circumference Newborn: 13-14″ 0-3 Months: 14-15” 3-6 Months: 14-17” 6-12 Months: 16-19” 1-3 Years: 18-20” 3-10 Years: 19-20.5” Pre-teen/Teen: 20.5-22” Adult Woman: 21.5 – 22.5” Adult Man: 23-24” Crochet Version: Materials: Worsted (4) Weight Yarn and size 5.5mm (I/9) Crochet Hook Gauge: 7 sts and 8 rows = 2 inches (5
Having the skills to make beautiful creations can be both a blessing and a curse. It’s wonderful to have the ability to make gorgeous items for those I love, but sometimes I simply want to make something for ME! Lately, as summer gets closer and the evenings get warmer, I’ve been daydreaming about beautiful, lacy