We realized this year we needed some decorations for St. Patrick’s day. My son requested a flag for our holder and I think it turned out super cute. We wanted a little more green so I made a garland to wrap around my basket. You could make several for a longer garland too. I hope you’ll enjoy this quick, little project. Lucky Little Garland
I thought these little hearts would be a cute container for candy, hair clips, erasers, rings, little toys, money and more. It is also the right size for a teddy bear to hug. Every Valentine’s Day growing up my mom had a cute little gift waiting for us at breakfast. There is still time to whip these up. They would be a nice gift year
I am so excited to be part of this year’s 12 weeks of Christmas CAL and knew right away I wanted to make something bright and cheery. I love the holidays and decorating with my favorite holiday friends, especially snowmen. Red Heart Super Saver yarn is my go-to yarn because there are so many shades to choose from. I also added the new Red Heart
Need something quick and easy to wear for Halloween? This spider beanie, made from super bulky weight yarn, whips up in about an hour. Story behind this hat: Last November, I needed a fun gift for my son’s 3rd grade teacher’s bday. I asked him what we should get her. “she likes spiders. Will you make her a spider hat?” LOVE him! …and she is a
My solar covers have been so fun and easy. I wanted some for fall and Red Heart Reflective yarn seemed like the perfect choice. Solar Pumpkins Materials Yarn: Worsted or Bulky weight yarn. Some were made using Red Heart Reflective yarn in orange and green. Crochet Hook: J Miscellaneous: yarn needle; solar lamp (see photo below), wire (optional for hanger) Three sizes included for
I am so ready for chilly air and snow! So, when I found out the theme for Red Heart Yarns’ “Christmas in July Blog Hop” was JOY I knew it needed to be something chilly. Meet Icicle Ike This colorful guy can be a door decoration or made into a pillow to snuggle with. I LOVE how the Super Tweed yarn turned out,
I knew Bonbon would be a cute chick! Made from my free “Bonbon the Owl” pattern, this chick is just the right size for Easter treats and decorating. BonBon Pattern: Bonbon the Owl Materials Yarn: Worsted weight yarn in yellow and orange. Crochet Hook: H Miscellaneous: yarn needle; 2 small black buttons for eyes Quart size mason Jar to slip inside owl (optional) Metal coat
This Halloween will be my grandson’s first so I wanted to make him a fun pumpkin hat. I thought Red Heart reflective yarn would be perfect and I love how it turned out. Flashy Pumpkin Beanie Click HERE to download the pattern from Ravelry and save it to your favorites. Pattern includes instructions for making all sizes from toddler to adult, with or without earflaps.
My son and I painted a wooden bench for our front yard and it was a little plain. I thought some crocheted stars would add a cute, country touch. Each star would make a cute scrubby, embellishment or applique too. Stars Materials Worsted weight yarn in choice of colors (use cotton yarn for scrubbies) Crochet Hook: I Miscellaneous: yarn needle for weaving in ends. 1.
My mom collects little fun things all year for our stockings. It is one of my favorite parts of Christmas. When choosing ornaments for this calendar I knew I had to have a stocking. One of my all time favorite ornament patterns is this adorable granny stitch boot from “Eating Out Loud“. It made my ornament CAL 2 years ago and we all loved it.