• Granny Square Blanket

    Free Granny Square Blanket Planner: How to Crochet a Granny Square

    Granny squares, the colorful and versatile building blocks of crochet, have charmed crafters for generations. In this guide, we’ll delve into the delightful world of granny squares, offering tips, techniques, and a free granny square blanket planner to organize your projects. Whether you’re new to crocheting or an experienced hand, mastering the granny square opens up a world of creative possibilities.

  • Caring for Finished Cross Stitch Pieces

    The Ultimate Guide to Caring for Finished Cross Stitch Pieces

    Cross stitch is not just a craft, but an art form that captures moments, memories, and emotions. Caring for finished cross stitch pieces ensures their longevity and preserves their beauty. This guide provides essential tips for maintaining, displaying, and storing your treasured cross stitch creations.

  • Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern

    FREE Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern – Tulips & Daisies

    Introduction: FREE Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern Embark on a colorful stitching journey through the seasons with our Free Flower Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern. This pattern brings the beauty of nature and the intrigue of temperature tracking into your home. Perfect for stitchers of all levels, this design offers a unique way to commemorate a year’s weather in a bloom of colors. And the best part? It’s free to download! Yay! What is a Flower Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern? A Flower Temperature Cross Stitch Pattern is an innovative craft project that combines the traditional art of cross-stitching with a modern twist. Each row or petal of the tulip or daisy in…

  • Free Crochet Headband Pattern

    Easy Free Crochet Headband Pattern – Perfect for Last-Minute Gifts!

    Welcome to my cozy corner of creativity where yarn and hooks come to life! Today, I’m thrilled to share with you a delightful project that’s not only fashionable but also functional – a free crochet headband pattern that’s an absolute lifesaver when you need a thoughtful, handmade gift in a pinch.

  • Christmas Tree Pillow

    Cute and Quick Christmas Tree Pillow Pattern by Repeat Crafter Me

    If you know me in person you will know I love Christmas! I just love the feel and all the movies I can watch. I made this cute Christmas Tree Pillow for my friend using Repeat Crafter Me's pattern found here and I love it, I almost kept it for myself! I also used Sarah's Christmas Lights Applique pattern for the string of lights on this little guy :) You can find the pattern here. To make the mini lights I used a 1.65 mm hook and light fingering yarn (Loops & Thread Woolike)

  • Free Crochet Elf Hat

    Free Crochet Elf Hat Pattern

    I made this elf hat last year and finally got the chance to write out the pattern! It is similar to the Santa Hat, but just with a longer and skinnier top! Hope you enjoy the free crochet elf hat pattern!

  • Bernat Blanket Yarn and Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Yarn Bath/Kitchen Mat Free Crochet Pattern

    Hi Everyone! I realized the other day that we do not have a kitchen mat for our kitchen and I had quite a bit of leftover Bernat Blanket Yarn and Lion Brand Wool Ease Thick and Quick Yarn so I decided to use the leftovers for a soft and absorbent mat. You can use any super bulky yarn you have to make this and mix and match colours to create your own personal kitchen mat. Abbreviations SC – Single Crochet CH – Chain SLST – Slip Stitch FO – Finish off *Example of colour change Materials Super Bulky Yarn (6) in two colours if you would like a contrasting mat…

  • Ten Things I Learned from Knitting my First Sweater

    Hi Everyone! As some of you may know, I recently finished my first knitted sweater using Susan’s Simple Sweater pattern by Sue Blacker. It took awhile since I am a slow knitter, but am very glad I did it. I made a few mistakes, but it’s wearable so I am very happy with that! Since this was my first big knitting project I wanted to share some of the things I learned while I made this sweater and help you in case you needed some pointers for your first knitted sweater project. So here they are: Lesson Number 1: Don’t change needles in the middle of your project. This was…

  • Adult Santa Hat

    Hi Everyone! It is the first of December and I want to share this Adult Santa Hat pattern with you all! I have made a few of these over the years and decided to share the pattern for it this year. It is a simple pattern that you can work up quickly! Materials 5.00 mm (H) Hook Worsted Weight (4) Yarn Tapestry Needle Scissors Abbreviations SC – Single Crochet CH – Chain ST – Stitch SLST – Slip Stitch SC2TOG – Single Crochet Two Stitches Together BKLO – Back Loop Only FO – Finish Off Pattern CH 8. Row 1: SC in 2nd CH from Hook and then across. Turn. CH 1. (7)…

  • Free Crochet Bucket Bag Pattern

    Hi Everyone! I know I haven’t shared with you a free pattern in a while! I was looking around all the shops trying to find a bucket bag to use as my project bag as I had seen quite a few crafters with one, but I couldn’t find any I liked. That was when I decided to make my own! Originally this bag was supposed to be a floor poof, but I thought it would be great to turn it into a bag. I added a pocket and key ring holder and added a few little details for hooks or pens 🙂 Here is the pattern (Written in US terms):…