One of my favorite holiday traditions is pulling out all of the Christmas boxes, turning on Christmas music, and putting out all the decorations the day after Thanksgiving. But this year I am behind. It's a week later and I still haven't finished getting out all the decorations. It's been crazy over here. One thing I have managed is to finish crocheting a garland for the Christmas tree. I've always wanted one and this year I finally made one! While I suppose it's a bit "late" to be posting Christmas decor patterns, this garland works up really quickly and is the perfect addition for both the people who haven't finished decorating yet (hopefully it's not just me...) and the people who are looking for a lovely finishing touch. You can never have too much garland right? Whichever camp you fall in this year, I hope you enjoy this crochet pattern for an easy, tangle-free garland!
I'm excited to share a new pattern with you for a customizable fairy doll! I had lots of fun making this pattern in different color combos, so this one is perfect for personalizing to get the look you want. And, as an added bonus, you can watch a video tutorial for this pattern as part of the You.Make 2023 Crochet Summit. I don't usually make videos, so this was a new experience for me, but I hope that you'll check out my Crochet Summit class and make one of these fairies for yourself! It's free to sign up and you'll be able to watch my class on Day 3 (Wednesday, November 8th). If you're interested, you can sign up here. There are lots of other awesome projects by great crocheters, so I hope you'll check it out!
After designing an oversized mushroom throw pillow, I decided that it needed a friend, so I couldn't resist designing an oversized acorn to keep it company! This fun acorn throw pillow makes another great whimsical fall decoration or you can use it for whatever you'd like (my children keep requesting that I crochet a giant squirrel now, but the madness has to end somewhere). I hope that you all enjoy this fun free crochet pattern!
I don't know about you, but I am counting down the days until it's officially fall this year. It has a been a long, hot summer, and I'm dreaming of cooler weather, fall baking, and cozy yarn. So even though it's a little early, I couldn't resist crocheting up a little bit of fall with this fun oversized mushroom throw pillow. This squishy mushroom is a fun addition to the couch, or you could use it for your fall decor anywhere you'd like, or you can just make a giant mushroom to hug! Whatever you choose to do with it, this is a super fun pattern to add a little bit of whimsy to your day.
This cute, cartoony bee plushy pattern is ready to fly onto your crochet hook! It's extra cuddly (no stinging, I promise), sweet as honey, and quick to make. This little bee has some cute glasses to help it read books, which is perfect, since it loves to spell (S-P-E-L-L) all sorts of words (although you can easily leave the glasses off if you prefer). So grab your H-O-O-K and Y-A-R-N and make your very own B-E-E!
When my daughter requested that I crochet her a mouse, I couldn't wait to get started! I had a great time designing this cuddly little mouse and my kids have all tested it out (the baby even gives it her chomp of approval), so it's sure to be a winner. I hope that you love Mitzy Mouse as much as we do and that you enjoy this new crochet pattern!
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