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When I saw my friend Rebecca from Little Monkeys Crochet post her Malia Cowl in a beautiful mustard color, I knew I needed to 1) try the pattern one day and 2) make something with that yarn in the very near future. When I was perusing our local Hobby Lobby, I saw a similar yarn and grabbed a few skeins in some gorgeous colors. I was happy to find that when I checked her site, it was the exact same yarn!
I finally had some time to sit down and write up a new design. As usual, I’m not quite sure what type of flower this is. Maybe similar to a gerbera daisy? If you think it looks more like something else, I’d be happy to hear suggestions. If you’d like to make one of these flowers for yourself, here’s how!
With a cluster double crochet stitch, this fall crochet blanket will become a go-to crochet pattern for chilly autumn days. Throw it over the back of the couch or drape it over your shoulders. Make it any size you want with the easy size-adjustment instructions! #freecrochetpattern #crochetpatternfree #crochetblanketpattern #crochetthrowblanket
I love it when I have an idea that turns out as crochet blanket as I had pictured. I’m not going to lie: I almost frogged this blanket in its early stages because I wasn’t sure if it would end up how I had envisioned. I’m so thankful that I decided to run with it, though, because I absolutely love the finished product. The bright colors and the white make this blanket pop. It screams fun and looks gorgeous draped across my favorite chair.
Since the granny heart has been so popular, I’m back with a granny crocheted purse made from the same free pattern. My girls love purses and anything girly. Caroline has already tried to take over the market tote I made last weekend. It’s hysterical to watch her try to haul the bag around since it’s just about as big as she is. Keep reading to see the free pattern!
It’s what we call crochet season around our house (or maybe we should call it messy bun hat season?!).This messy bun hat uses chunky yarn, but you could also hold two strands of worsted weight yarn together. I used a trendy mustard shade that looks good with so much – including the fun florals and plaids that are so cute this fall!
After making one dishcloth using this beautifully textured crochet stitch, I knew that I was going to have to make a whole blanket using the same stitch. The texture and drape of this crochet baby blanket are incredible – especially when you use cotton yarn. I had the perfect yarn in my stash already. These shades came together to make the perfect crochet blanket for a baby girl.
I shared the post on my Facebook page to get some feedback and in no time, there were hundreds of comments. Almost all of them were positive, though there were a couple who didn’t love one color or another. One of the commenters said that the blanket reminded her of hydrangeas and I was sold. Hydrangeas might just be my favorite flower – they’re definitely in the top 3.
Perhaps you’ve seen the adorable ruffles and dots blanket that Maybe Matilda made a while ago I have loved it ever since I came across it on Pinterest, so I decided to use her blanket as inspiration and come up with my own written pattern. Needless to say, mine is inspired by her fantastic piece, but I’ve made it my own by changing up the stitches a little bit, adding more dots, and changing the ruffle entirely. The pattern is also written in three sizes: lovie, baby blanket, and afghan.
You may have seen the fishbowl hat I posted on Saturday. Thanks so much for all the sweet compliments I’ve received on it. Due to how cute everyone seems to think it is, I have added three more sizes so you can make this adorable little hat for more kiddos in your life. If you’d like to make your own, it’s easy. The most difficult part will be sewing on all those adorable buttons.
I know many crocheters are looking for quick projects to whip up as gifts for the folks in their lives. This free heart headband crochet pattern might be just the thing. If this isn’t quite what you’re looking for, check out this post with 20 more free heart crochet patterns – there’s bound to be something that’s just right for all the girls in your life. Everyone will swoon over this adorable heart headband.
Do you ever need a quick birthday gift and don’t know what to make? I found myself in this predicament today. We have a birthday party later this month; I didn’t know that an owl hat was the little girl’s cup of tea, but I still wanted to make her something adorable. After perusing the Internet for some inspiration, I decided to make a simple, striped beanie with a big ol’ flower.