Learn how to crochet this daisy granny square cardigan (free pattern) in 7 easy steps AND in your size! This cardigan is fun to wear in spring and summer, especially if you add some funky daisy accessories! Hello beginners, we’re going back to the basics with the good old granny squares that never go out … Read more
This easy crochet cardigan pattern Waterfall is a free pattern and is perfect for a relaxed summer day at the beach. Using a super simple double crochet stitch, the body is worked in a rectangle and then the sleeves and the tassel fringe are added. The asymmetric hem is playful and fun. Net like stitch, texture that reminds me of the sea waves, blue ocean colors, waterfall drape… What a creative experience! It’s like I’m weaving the landscape of the sea and wearing it around my shoulders.
This crochet tunic dress pattern with sleeves is a simple rectangle seamed at the sides and shoulders. It can be worn on a windy summer’s day or layered over a pair of jeans in autumn. The waves add some interest and texture to your usual stripes and this stitch is very soothing to make as you count 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4…
This simple and easy beginner rectangle crochet shawl only uses two stitches for texture and bold color combinations using Stylecraft Special DK yarn including Bright Pink and Fiesta to create a boho crochet shawl. Embrace your inner bohemian style chic with these puff stitch granny squares. Wear it like a warm scarf when you fold it in half or wrap it around your shoulders and layer it over blue jeans and neutral shades.
In this No Tails Color Change In Crochet tutorial you will learn exactly how to change color in crochet leaving no yarn tails to weave in at the end between rounds, rows or stripes. I love colorwork in crochet, and to be honest I was never one of those people who would change their ways just to avoid switching yarn. But I also love shortcuts and this way to change yarn in crochet is the best of both worlds.
I love the colour BLUE but I don’t love BLUES so I made this crochet afghan top “January Blues” as crochet therapy and colour therapy and a bit of TLC for myself and my wardrobe all rolled into one!
How many granny squares or other crochet pieces do you usually join into an afghan? You might be surprised to learn that making this top can be easier than making an afghan, AND you’ll have a nice piece to wear outside.