This crochet water bottle carrier is great for any season! You can take it on your spring outing, your summer trip to the beach, or your fall trail hike. It can keep your hands free during an outdoor excursion, a trip through the grocery store, or chasing kids at the park. It also makes a wonderful gift, as it is practical for anyone, no matter personality or style, as everyone needs to stay hydrated! Continue reading Peek-A-Boo Water Bottle Carrier
This crochet boot cuff pattern uses a variation of the harlequin stitch to form a row of eye-catching diamonds around the main band of the cuff. Once the band is complete, a simple half-double crochet in the round makes a quick finish of the lower part of the cuff. This pattern can be done with 2 colors to create some fun contrast, or in one color for just some subtle texture. Continue reading Crochet Diamond Boot Cuff Pattern
This crochet kitchen scrubby is designed to have the same look and feel as your kitchen sponge, but is 100% cotton and reusable.
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I’ve been eyeing the Red Heart Scrubby yarn for a while now. Such a cool yarn invention! I’ve seen some creative and cute crochet kitchen scrubby patterns made with it. I’ve also been eyeing a million and one patterns for dish cloths using 100% cotton yarn. The problem is, I really like my little kitchen sponges. Continue reading Crochet Kitchen Scrubby Pattern
I love the texture contrast in this crochet cup cozy pattern, jumping from straight, knit-like lines, to the “pebbled” look of the alternating single and double crochet stitches. It feels like the middle texture is “peeking” out from between the lines, thus the “peek-a-boo” title. Continue reading Peek-A-Boo Cup Cozy
This version of the half granny square triangle scarf uses alternating Double Crochet and Extended Bobble Stitch rows to create a more 3 dimensional texture. The result is a warm, cozy crochet triangle scarf with eye catching depth. Finishing off with some chunky tassels makes it a great statement piece for any fall or winter outfit! Continue reading The Ruthie Scarf
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I created these wands on accident when I attempted to make 4th of July ribbon wands and one of the spools I purchased was a wire garland. I found out they do not “flow” at all and make a terrible addition to a ribbon wand! However, they are fantastic for these fun “firework” wands! Continue reading Firework Wands Tutorial