This Crochet Red Gingham Blanket Pattern makes me think of lazy summer afternoons eating fresh strawberries on the green grass. The yarn technique used in this pattern is simple but makes an interesting look, but is really simple to do.
If the tumbleweeds are blowing, you’ll want to cover up those scrumptious baby toes. So mosey on over to learn How To Crochet Cowboy Baby Boots. And if those lassos are giving you any trouble, check out this here video below:
(crochet) How To - Crochet Cowboy Baby Boots - Yarn Scrap Friday - YouTube
Get ready for the Easter Bunny with our collection of 50 Free Crochet Basket Patterns. But we’ve got more than pretty holders for chocolate bunnies. I store yarn, fabric, and any other things that need to be stashed away. Some of my favorites have a modern vibe and a rectangular shape, just great for hiding messes!
Last fall, I bought a bag that is exactly the same shape as The Lauren Bag Free Sewing Pattern! Mine is gray and has a tassel instead of the flower fringe. I love this shape because everything stays where I put it and I can fit all the basics plus a few more things. This pattern uses just one yard of cotton canvas. I’m planning on making one or two for spring and summer. I’ve seen some great solid and print canvas fabrics.
Here’s a few I’m thinking about using –
Every kid needs a friend to snuggle at night. This Cuddliest Crochet Bear Lovey sure is a cute one. He combines a cute teddy bear with a mini blankie. A DIY lovey has the great advantage that you can make a spare one for wash days. This pattern was made with Vanna’s Choice yarn, so it’s fully washable and easy to crochet.