Hello, hello! I have a brand spanking new pattern to share with you today, the Mason Jar Cozy Pattern! My husband has actually been requesting these for a while now and I finally sat down and put a few together. [Read more…]
The crochet cabin dishcloth is the perfect project to spruce up your kitchen. The combination of stitches makes for thick and thirsty fabric perfect tackling your toughest messes!
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I’ve been on a bit of a dishcloth kick lately and today I have a new one to share, the Crochet Cabin Dishcloth! These cloths remind me of something you would find in a camp or cabin and folded over the kitchen sink, thus the name. [Read more…]
Add some personalized character to your kitchen with this adorable crochet textured dishcloth pattern. Made with 100% cotton yarn, these dishcloths provide the durability you need to tackle tough messes!
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Hello, and welcome back to the blog! I’m super excited to share my first crochet dishcloth pattern design with you today! The dishcloths are made with Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn… my absolute favorite yarn for dishcloths that I have come across so far. [Read more…]
This chunky crochet cowl pattern is one of my all-time favorite beginner projects! Not only is the pattern super simple to follow, but can be completed in about an hour [or less!] thanks to the chunky yarn!
Hello there! Today I’ll be sharing with you a super simple project to help get through the winter – the Chunky Crochet Cowl Pattern! Whip a few up in any of your favorite bright colors to help cheer up an otherwise cold, rainy or snowy day :). It would also work as a great last minute gift because it can be made an about an hour or two. I love quick projects, don’t you!? [Read more…]
Hello there friends!! I have a new and easy crochet pattern to share today, a crochet fish cat toy! I whipped up a few in a couple different colors and my cats love them! To take them from plain crochet fish to cat toy, just add a few pinches of catnip when stuffing with fiberfill. [Read more…]