The Classy Cozy Fingerless Gloves is the second pattern in the Year of Gloves pattern set. I hope you had fun making the January pattern, the Block Party Gloves, and are ready for something new! This one is probably the most simple of the glove patterns, using almost exclusively back loop only single crochet stitches. […]
The Block Party Fingerless Gloves are the first gloves in the 2024 “Year of Gloves“! These fun gloves feature the under-utilized block stitch to add unique detailing to the cuff and finger areas. Read on for more information about the Year of Gloves, the Block Party Fingerless Gloves, and all the supplies you’ll need for
This year I hope you’ll join me on a “Year of Gloves” adventure! Each month this year, I’ll be releasing a fingerless glove pattern, and I’m so excited to share these fun crochet patterns with you! They feature different construction methods and stitches, but in order to keep things simple, I decided to use the
The Linked Poncho is a free interlocking crochet pattern using worsted weight yarn. The pattern includes full written instructions and a free full video tutorial to walk you through the pattern step by step. The woven pattern creates a warm, thick fabric, and creates a beautiful colorwork design with minimal weaving of yarn ends. Nobody
The 30 Days of Deals is back! This month, I’m excited to offer you, my loyal readers, 30 days of deals. You can get a different free or discounted crochet pattern each day in November. Below you’ll find a list of the deals for each day with links, but the coupon codes won’t be active
This simple puff scarf is one of my favorite projects this year. It uses a super simple two row repeat that gives a beautiful texture and creates just enough variety to not get bored working those long scarf rows. The pattern is completely free here, with a video tutorial to walk you through the pattern!
This scarf uses a one-row repeat to create a beautiful lacey scarf. You only need to know three stitches – chain, half double crochet, and double crochet. I made my scarf wide and extra long, with a colorblock pattern, but you can easily customize your scarf to match your personal style. Free pattern below, including
Summer is coming, and this cute summer crop top crochet pattern is calling! This one is a free pattern on the blog. I love the i-cord lace-up back details and the fun, simple texture of the stitch. Read on for more details and to get the free pattern.
The first time I saw the Tunisian Crochet Smock Stitch, it was love at first sight! I knew I had to make some designs with this stunning stitch. The Tunisian Smock Stitch Hand Towel and Washcloth Set is a great pattern for those new to this beautiful stitch (or Tunisian crochet in general). Better yet,
Making an I-cord with crochet is… maybe possible, but certainly not easy, so I’m going to show you how to make an I-cord easily using a Lucet Fork. I-cords need not be solely for knitters any longer! This tool is so simple but it really makes the job much easier. I-Cords are useful for straps