Showing posts from April, 2017

Long Crochet Vest -free crochet pattern-

Check out this beauty!  This stunning crochet vest pattern looks amazing as the perfect summer accessory. I lightweight whimsical vibe, and looks great with anything, this pattern can look scary to be begin with... however, once you look over the charts and read through the pattern, it will start to make sense!   Designed By: Natalia Kononova Skill Level: Advanced Materials:  Size 5 cotton thread, 49.6 г - 210 м, 1.75 oz - 230 yards crochet hook 2 mm.Gauge Size:  Medium/Large (36-38'', 92-97 cm in bust circumference) Get the Free Pattern!

Boho Bead Earrings -free crochet pattern-

Spring is in the air, and these colorful beaded earrings are a fun "springy" project that will last all summer long!  I really love crochet jewelry, although sometimes it's really hard to pull it off.  A combination of the right stitches, gauge, and fibre are what makes the piece come together. And not to mention adding embellishments such as beads, and metallic accents!  These earring do not disappoint me! Designed By : Naztazia Skill Level: Intermediate Materials: Size 10 Crochet Thread in Natural Size 1.7 (or 1.8, 1.9) crochet hook Sewing Needle  Scissors 22 Size 6/0 "E" Seed beads 1.5" Hoop Earrings 4 jump rings (optional) adhesive (see pattern) Get the Free Pattern!

Plaid Blanket Poncho -free crochet pattern-

Is it just me, or do you think ponchos are taking the "in" spot in crochet apparel this season?  Everywhere I look lately, I see ponchos!  Especially the sort of Bohemian style poncho... ah, maybe that's what it is!  This particular poncho is very "boho", with it's rustic plaid design and it's fringes. Ponchos are a great accessory for spring, where it's warming up, but not warm enough yet to go without cover; and stylish. That's what it's all about! Designed By: Patons/Yarnspirations Skill Level: Intermediate Materials:  Patons Shetland Chunky Tweeds (3 oz/85 g; 125 yds/114 m) Contrast A Toasty Tweed (67013) 4 balls; Contrast C Charcoal Tweed (67042) 3 balls; Contrast D Pewter Tweed (67044) 1 ball Patons Shetland Chunky Solids: (3.5 oz/100 g; 148 yds/136 m) Contrast B Aran (78008) 4 balls  Size U.S. K/10½ (6.5 mm) crochet hook Stitch Marker Size:  One Size: Approx 38" [96.5 cm] wide (excluding fringe) x 27&q

Ragdoll Spring Bunny -free crochet pattern-

For love of bunnies, isn't this adorable?!  This cute crochet bunny amigurumi pattern is perfect for Easter, spring, and those who just love bunnies and crocheting. I am pretty sure my daughter would love this!  All you need is worsted cotton yarn, some sewing skill, and patience. The designer has written out great step by step instructions on not only the crochet part of the pattern, but when and how to stuff and decorate the bunny as you go. Designed By: Spin a Yarn Crochet Skill Level: Intermediate Materials: 3.5mm hook Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Robin’s Egg; Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Potpourri Ombré; Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Lavender; Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Vanilla Bouquet; Bernat Handicrafter cotton (worsted weight) in Aloe Vera; Light weight pink yarn for nose; Black crochet/embroidery thread for eyes; Stuffing; Tapestry needle. Get the Free Pattern!

Urban Gypsy Boho Bag -free crochet pattern-

This gorgeous crochet bag uses simplicity, monotone color, and design elements such as fringes to give it this cute Bohemian vibe. I love using squares to create projects, it's sort of gratifying as it seems to work up quickly. I can also picture this bag in several different colors, and I think it would still be beautiful! Designed By: Jess Coppom Skill Level: Intermediate Materials: Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton – color: Vanilla – 99 yards, 57 grams (4 skeins without shoulder strap) Size K [6.5 mm] crochet hook Tapestry needle Scissors 30”x24” piece of muslin fabric (optional) sewing needle and thread to match muslin (optional) toggle button(optional) leather belt or strap(optional) D-rings and rivets(optional) Get the Free Pattern!