Here is another new pattern, which I believe to be ideal for the beginner crocheter. Using jumbo weight yarn and a large hook, it is very easy to see the […]
About 6 months ago I bought 3 skeins of Lion Brand Homespun yarn in the color “Lagoon”. I fell in love with the color, the texture, and the bulkiness, […]
So the other day, after much talk and debate among members on a Facebook group that I belong to, about Lion Brand Homespun yarn, I decided to try out one […]
HAPPY NEW YEAR! Welcome to another year of free patterns and crochet talk! I wanted to write up this post yesterday, but for various reasons I just didn’t have the […]
This textured washcloth is simple enough for a beginner, using only sc and dc stitches. It works up quickly and takes less than 120 yards (1 ball) of cotton yarn!
An ideal crocheted washcloth pattern for a beginner. If you can make a single crochet you will have no problem whatsoever making this washcloth!
…about a month and a half! Oops! To be honest, I’ve sat down a number of times with the intention of writing something up but I’m an easily distracted person […]
QUEUE OR FAVORITE ❤ THIS PATTERN ON RAVELRY! Toddler Hat & Mittens Set © 2017 Amanda Bryant Materials: Red Heart Super Saver Ombre yarn 10 oz/283 g; 482 yds/440 m; […]
If this hat looks familiar, it is because it’s a new variation of my Granny’s Hugs Toddler Hat. I was recently asked if I could make the hat in an […]
An easy pattern using a small amount of worsted weight yarn. Fits newborn to 3 months.