Boot cuffs and cowls are a popular thing this season. I’ve made and sold several of them so far. Boot cuffs are a great stash buster and a pair can be completed while watching a movie. Make a few to go with every outfit in your color. Have fun and play with the colors I always… Continue reading Knotty Knot Boot Cuffs
Here’s something quick and fast to make for that last minute gift. It’s a cowl using 3 strands of yarn. Grab 3 skeins of your favorite worsted weight yarn and a Q hook. I chose I Love This Yarn from Hobby Lobby. This yarn is soft and squishy compared to Red Heart Super Saver. I Love… Continue reading Something Quick
This is an easy infinity scarf to make, it should take between 2-3 hours to crochet. Variegated yarn makes this scarf burst with color. The stitches used are basic and you must know how to foundation double crochet, front and back post double crochet. Remember the internet is your friend, there are many tutorials… Continue reading Rainbow Twist Infinity Cowl
If you have noticed Joann’s yarn section has been looking pretty slim to none during the last 4 weeks. I was able to pick up many skeins on clearance and yarn that I normally wouldn’t purchase. Something new must be coming. Every Saturday I would go back to watch the disappearance of the yarn. Beyond… Continue reading Big Twist
Materials RedHeart Super Saver Burgundy (A) Gold (B) White (C) I Hook Tapestry Needle Scissors Abbreviations sc – single crochet hdc – half double crochet st – stitch Pattern Notes: Back Loop Only (BLO) in every stitch throughout pattern Change color in last stitch Gauge not important Instructions Row 1: With A, ch190, hdc in… Continue reading Back Loop Only Scarf
Something to make in between my winter projects and will be just in time for summer. I have plenty of cotton yarn to use up.
It’s great that it has a written pattern and a video for those who don’t read patterns. The instructions look easy and simple to follow.
School is out, summer is finally here. Feels like a heatwave is going on, but I won’t complain much about the weather. In a few months I’ll be looking for some bright and sunny days, so I welcome HEAT, bring it on! I really thought I would ease up on crocheting during the summer and… Continue reading Sweet Baby Blanket
Originally posted on Goddess )O( Crochet:
If you’re looking to crochet an easy, single-skein hat that’s a little different than your standard beanie, give this pattern a try. You can work it up in an evening and it will fit a variety of head sizes. It’s meant to be a slouchy beanie, so if you…
Originally posted on The Cotton Gin:
The Cotton Gin Cadet Style Brimmed Cap Worsted Weight Yarn, at least one-half 6-8 oz skein H sized hook Gauge: 4 Rounds = 3 5/8 inches across Stitches used: slip stitch, single crochet, hdc, xhdc(crossed half double crochet). xhdc: This stitch may have another name and another symbol but this is…
Twist and Shout Dishcloth Supplies: I (5.5mm) Hook 1 Skein Cotton Yarn (Brand does not matter) Scissors Tapestry Needle Special Stitches Shell – 5dc in one stitch Instructions Row 1: Ch 28, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each st across, turn. Row 2: Ch 3, dc in next 3 sts, *skip next… Continue reading Twist and Shout Dishcloth