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Free Crochet Pattern: Easter Egg Washcloth

This pretty Easter egg wash cloth is inspired by the many variegated yarns we see on the shelves at the craft stores. So many great yarns to choose from to create your perfect Easter kitchen or bath accessory. Great for a gift basket or just to brighten up your home. Enjoy this free pattern and if you’d prefer a printable PDF download, please visit my Ravelry designs or my Etsy shop today!

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Crochet Blanket In-Progress: Sunflower Memories

Have you seen the newest pattern I’m working on developing? I’ll continue posting on Instagram as I continue working through finishing this blanket. By special request from a good friend, I am currently designing a sunflower throw blanket. It’s an intarsia pattern and will have video and written instructions to support other makers with the pattern.

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Christmas Crochet

Free crochet pattern: Picot pebbles ornament

This cute ornament pattern is adapted from a pattern published by Ali at My Homemade where she was using a 3.25” ornament. But I found 65mm (2.5”) ornaments on super sale at Joann’s Fabrics .This is the steps for pattern adaptation for my smaller ornaments. I only need 24 stitches in each row because the ornaments are not 3.25” as in the original pattern, mine are about 2.5”. Also there are fewer rows to accommodate the smaller height.

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Pink crochet fingerless gloves holding snowflake ornament
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Free Crochet Pattern: Fingerless Gloves

This design is from Kirsten Holloway Designs that you can find for free on her website. I found some additional improvements to make this much easier to finish without cutting or changing yarn, these additions make the gloves a continuous make with only two ends to weave in when you are finished with each glove.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Baby 50/50 Blocks and Bobbles Blanket

This color block pattern with rows of bobbles makes a classy beautiful baby blanket. I’ve been dreaming of trying some bobbles and incorporating them into a pattern. I love the color block technique I learned from Daisy Farm Crafts so thought I’d try another and add the bobbles with it. I previously used the color block style in this gray/white blanket found in one of my other blog posts.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Graduated Stripes Baby Blanket

Easy baby blanket pattern in graduated stripes. Inspiration for this blanket pattern was inspired by a a vision I had about gradually smaller stripes like a wave makes in the sand. And the color is just a favorite yarn I’ve been dreaming about spinning into a blanket: Caron Super Soft in Persimmon, a rusty orange color.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Baby Blocks and Stripes Blanket

Inspiration comes from everywhere, this blanket pattern was inspired by a cardigan sweater I saw. I loved the color blocks and stripes combo and then I decided it would be made from a favorite yarn I’ve been dreaming about: Caron Super Soft in Pistachio green color.

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