Who doesn’t love a great gingham for any home decor style? It is especially easy to use this pretty, neutral gingham all year long and simply add a splash of seasonal color with a cute orange pumpkin, a bright Easter egg, or simply add a deep red napkin for the Christmas holiday season. My version works up super quickly using a Size 5 Bulky yarn.
This thick and squishy wash cloth fabric will easily become a favorite for you. Going to a gathering? Bring a little hostess gift.
Fall prep? This is a quick and easy make that’ll have them coming back for more.
Have fun dreaming up the colors you’ll try.
From holidays to celebrations to bedroom decor, these stars are practically a necessary staple for home decor. They all work up super fast, are super easy to make, I’d say even mildly addictive. Once I started, I had a hard time stopping. They truly are super stars!
This towel and wash cloth set can be customized to whatever colors you like. While it is shown here in red, white, and blue, it can certainly be whatever colors you wish. With the lovely puff border and detail, it’ll dress up your kitchen or can easily become a bathroom accessory. AND Scrunchies are NOT just for hair anymore! Now available in my Etsy store and Ravelry designer shop.
Crochet scrunchies, pretty little hair bands! How did I not post this sooner? Created in similar fashion to tapestry (where you work crochet stitches over the top of one strand of yarn), these could not be more simple to make. These are a great little project to take on-the-go; you just need a little bit of yarn, a crochet hook, and a rubber hair band. What could be simpler to fill time waiting at the doctor’s office or awaiting kid pickup?
Happy Mother’s Day 2021! This free pattern uses the crochet harlequin stitch, a beautiful diamond pattern. Changing colors makes it even more beautiful and the checkers become even more defined.
April Showers bring May Flowers! This pattern is available on both Etsy and Ravelry, just visit one of my design shops and get your copy. Enjoy!
This 4-square dishcloth is a very quick make, a great way to practice crochet intarsia where you change colors in the middle of a row. You will drop one color, pick up another. Give it a try, it is a fun crocheting technique!
This Neat Ripple Pattern by Attic24 is the very first full-size blanket pattern I decided to attempt after I started learning crochet. I used it back in 2011 with Caron yarn to make one for my son and it proved to be very durable so I have made this wedding gift version with hopes it lasts many years.
Click here and use Etsy shop code: HAPPYBIRTHDAY for 20% off This weekend, April 10 and 11! I’m celebrating and you’re invited 😀