Each year I think I am going to pick some bigger projects to start in January and get them made for special gifts later in the year. That plan has worked a few years and has been wonderful… I really need to do it more often because every December I wish I had a bigger stack of amazing gifts ready to wrap.
For day 3 of our “10 Days of Thanksgiving” crochet event we have chosen projects to work on throughout the year or that would be good to use year round.
After checking out our dollar deals, please visit the event page, scroll to the bottom and enter for a chance to win patterns from me, Ambassador Crochet, Crafting Friends Designs and Sweet Potato 3.
Day 3 Dollar Deals
- These patterns are each $1 until 11/22/19 at 8am mt (10am et) with the coupon code.
- Today’s coupon code: yearlong3 (make sure there are no spaces)
- Click HERE to purchase these patterns.
About The Patterns
Equanimity Blanket by Sweet Potato 3: This beautiful blanket is made with 2 strands of yarn held together to make it extra cozy. It also doesn’t need a border added so, as the designer says, “When you are done, you are done!” We love that, right?
Gradient Blocks Tote by Crafting Friends Designs: I love bags..yep I AM a bag lady.. and this one has such a unique look! It is a great size too and looks sturdy. Make sure to check out the sample pix on the pattern site to see what it looks like in different color combinations. Wow.
Monster Pillow Bed by Snappy Tots: A friend of mine made a bunch of pillow beds for her grand kids and I wanted to make some too! Since my sewing machine hates me I decided to make a crocheted version. This is one of my all time favorite creations! You can make it in any colors. It has a pocket for jammies, a favorite book or tablet. There is also a little buddy with his own pocket. Make it as short or long as you would like.
Hope Whispers Prayer Shawl by Ambassador Crochet: This open weave shawl makes me think of garden parties or wedding receptions. They always get a little chilly at night and this would be a perfect wrap. From the designer, “this has been inspired by all those going through chemo or a life threatening illness, as well as their caregivers”.