I really enjoy working in my yard up until the middle of June and once it starts to cool down in the fall. I am BY FAR a “gardener”, but there are a few plants that have done really well in my yard. I LOVE succulents! I have had hens and chickens in my yard for years. The first ones were from starts of my
Free patterns to crochet unique things for your family and home: beanies, sunhat, whimsical hats, baby, blankets, decor, pillows, scarves, stuffies, seasonal and more.
Each pattern has been tested and most are easy enough for beginners with basic crochet skills. Help is always available through email or in our facebook group, Totally Snappy.
This square washcoth is designed to go along with the “Grill Master Hand Towel“. I think it makes a nice looking set plus they are both usable, not just too pretty to use. Grill Master Washcloth An ad-free, downloadable PDF of these patterns with all of the photos is available for only $2. It includes this washcloth and the hand towel. Instructions for both the
My oldest son loves to grill so I thought it would be fun to design some things he could use when cooking. The first is this hand towel and a matching washcloth and hanging dishcloth will follow. This project is part of CAL Central’s 2018 Washcloth Crochet Along. I chose cream, red and black yarns because (for some reason) they remind me of bbq’s… plus
We all can use a boost of happiness so each year we have a snappy happy party. In the past, little rubber ducky friends flew to several homes in the continental U.S. and then joined our peeps on summer adventures. This year I wanted our international peeps to be included in the fun so I have designed some monster friends to take on adventures AND spread
This little monster is designer to help the Monster Hanging Towel clean up monstrous messes 🙂 If you would like to make the matching hanging towel, CLICK HERE. Monster Washcloth An ad-free, downloadable PDF is available for only $2. It includes this washcloth and the hanging towel. Ravelry Shop: Click HERE Materials Yarn: worsted weight cotton yarn Note – 125 yds needed for
Lately, my snappy life is all about MONSTERS! I am doing a monstrous party throughout July to celebrate my business turning 7 (So please come party with me!). Since I have been trying to design a different hanging towel each month, I knew I had to do monsters. I hope you will love making a hanging towel and matching cloth in random colors. Let’s get
My solar covers have become one of my most favorite gifts to give. They are quick, inexpensive and a unique gift everyone has loved. My son had an outstanding fifth grade year (hallelujah!) and I wanted something extra special for his two teachers. Since it was his last year in elementary school there were a few previous teachers and staff members we wanted to thank
This square, textured cloth was designed to match my Happy Hanging Towel. I hope you will enjoy this set. Happy Washcloth Pattern Materials Yarn: worsted weight cotton yarn in 1-2 colors (100 yards total) Sample was created using Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie yarn in Waves and Caribbean colors. Crochet Hook: I Details Finished Measurements: 10” x 10” Tips First stitch of each row
Daisies are my favorite flower so when I wanted to add some cute pillows and a placemat to my new swing setting I decided to design snappy daisy. It worked out great and can be made in any choice of colors. I have included instructions for making 2 sizes. Both sizes can be placemats and pillows. This pattern was designed as part of the CAL Central
Can you imagine a towel could make someone happy? Hooking a towel to something to keep my dog from stealing it makes me happy for sure. I wanted to create a towel that has a nice texture and is quick and easy to make. PLUS could wrap around a fridge or stove handle so my sweet Oila (black lab) won’t grab it and run out