For me, late summer and early spring are the best seasons for shawls! It is during these uncertain temperatures that it is wonderful to be able to grab a shawl or wrap as you head out the door or head out into the back yard with a good book and cup of tea.
Hello and welcome to the Great Canadian Landscapes Crochet Along! Over the next fourteen weeks we are going to crochet this beautifully textured blanket!
The Summer Breeze is an elegant shawl worked with three balls of Red Heart Unforgettable yarn. It is the perfect accessory as those warm summer nights transition to fall.
Making your own stitch markers is such a fun, creative, and quick way to add a bit of your personality to your work in progress! This tutorial will show you how!
You’re going to love the fun texture of this crochet pillow!
Looking for free winter hat crochet pattern round ups? Well with winter on it’s way and fall on our doorstep, no doubt you have begun to think about starting your winter apparel (if you haven’t already!). Here is a round up of the top free crochet patterns for winter beanies, slouch, messy bun hats and ear warmers by Rich Textures Crochet!
I love the texture and weight of a 100% crochet cotton throw. Growing up, my mom had a machine knit cotton blanket. I loved that blanket and the memory of it has stuck with me all these years. Continue reading “Free Crochet Cotton throw Pattern- Beach Glass Throw”
You’ve now seen the Diamond in the Rough Headband, now let me introduce you to the Diamond in the Rough Crochet Winter Scarf Pattern!
You’ll love this crochet headband. Even though we are in the midst of a beautiful summer here in Southwestern Ontario, fall and winter are going to come soon enough! So why not get a head start on your winter wear, starting with this Crochet headband 🙂
Sometimes you just have to add a fresh look to your living space – why not start with a throw pillow?