This beginner friendly and easy crochet shawl is very cosy and warm as it’s made with the solid granny and bobble stitches. I use a large crochet hook which means it works up fast! And the yarn I use offers wonderful color transitions which make the time go fast because you never know what the next row is going to look like.
This easy tartan crochet pocket shawl includes a video tutorial and uses only 3 stitches to create the plaid / tartan stitch; the single, double & front post treble stitches. Use my tartan stitch to create rectangular shawls, wraps, crochet blankets, afghans, throws & scarves! This shawl is super cozy as it folds softly around your neck to create an (optional) thick collar. It’s also wide, thick but still not too heavy and has deep pockets that cover your wrists to keep them toasty. The wrong side looks really pretty, too. Leave 10″ tails to create a thick tassel fringe with no extra yarn (photo tutorial included).
This crochet pocket shawl set includes the snowflake hat and a pair of mittens, all made with my solid non lacy snowflake motif for warmth. The hat is easily completed by adding some ribbing and a large pom pom after you join the motifs. And the mittens have an easy ribbed cuff, a double crochet top with no shaping and a double crochet finger with minimum shaping. The written pattern includes a video tutorial.
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.
This Granny Square Scarf Icy Blues is a totally free crochet pattern for you to enjoy here on my blog & it only takes 24 granny squares of your time. The inspiration for this scarf came from my last project Crochet Afghan Top January Blues where I incorporated the puff stitch into my granny squares. And of course this yarn I am using is pretty inspiring too – I love a bit of sparkle! Includes 3 photo tutorials.
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.
This blanket was made with love for all of you who, like me, perhaps were looking for beautiful crochet candy cane blanket ideas on the net and wished they had stumbled upon something like this- something simple, colourful and festive! It features stripy granny squares embelished with crochet candy cane appliques and a border made of some granny and ribbed stitches to complement the candy cane stripes. This pattern includes 5 photo tutorials.
This blanket features a crochet granny square that has been transformed into a little crochet gift parcel complete with a cute little crochet ribbon & bow, which you can also make on its own without joining it into the blanket and turn it into alovely crochet Christmas tree decoration or you can also hang it on your door handle for a festive touch. Or make a matching set of both!
These cute little Granny Square Christmas Crochet Gift Parcel Decorations can be made in any colours you like and hung on your Christmas tree or on the door handle for a festive touch during the holidays. Or you can make them in matching colours (named below) to go with the Crochet Blanket “Christmas Present” which is a free crochet pattern here on my blog.