A few years ago I had some requests for a horseshoe applique to go on the bottom of my “Big Kids Cocoons” instead of paw prints. With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, I thought I would go ahead and release the pattern here in case anyone would like to make a lucky horseshoe. Horseshoe Pattern Materials and Details Yarn: Worsted weight in
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 am ready for spring and flowers in my yard. I added these colorful flowers to a gift card I made for a friend. I’ve added the instructions for my Handmade Gift Card so you can make one too. They would be cute as pins or embellishments on anything. Small Crocheted Flowers and Leaves Materials Yarn: Small amounts of cotton yarn. Samples were made from
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.
I love making a hat or headband for gifts and including a bunch of flowers in a variety of colors. It is always a big hit. Fast & Fun flower Materials: Small amounts of yarn in various colors for flowers Size H hook, or your choice of size for larger or smaller flowers Yarn needle Directions for Button-On Flower: 1. Ch 5, join to create
Colorful Blossom I designed this flower to show a fun way to choose colors when making things such as granny squares and afghans. It is worked in one continuous piece, not sewn together. The last round could be left off to create a smaller blossom. Flowers are beautiful clipped on bags, hats, headbands, anywhere. I love to use them on packages instead of those squished
This bow pattern is a great way to try Tunisian Crochet. It is worked in short rows and can be done on a regular crochet hook. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tips on Tunisian Crochet ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Tunisian crochet is different from regular crochet in several ways. • It is all worked on one side of the project. You will not “turn”