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
Red Heart sent me some of their new cordial yarn and I wanted to make something I could use in my yard. I decided on a pot hanger (hence the super original name of my pattern). The hanger can slip over a carabiner (clip that opens) or something similar. I wanted to be able to clip it to things other than open hooks. I really
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.
Our local high school’s mascot is the bee so we have always had fun bees around. For Mother’s Day I gave my mom a planter and wanted to add a cute plant stake. I think he turned out really cute and adds a happy touch. Bee Happy Click HERE to download this pattern and to add it to your Ravelry library. Materials Yarn: Worsted weight
I like my car to stay organized, especially while on road trips. When I crochet, I am always misplacing my hooks and supplies because there is never a good place for them. A couple years ago I decided I needed a little pouch hanging from the car door. I remembered these cup holders from when I was growing up. I knew they would be the