If you are passionate about chevron then this blanket is for you! It features lots of texture and style. Worked in bulky weight yarn it works up quickly.
Hello and welcome to Session One of Learning to Crochet with RTC: How to read a written crochet pattern.
I’m going to confess, this is my first time working with a %100 bamboo fibre. The result?
Near the end of last summer I was scrambling to find a simple sweater that I could wear with a dress for a wedding. When all else fails, head to the yarn stash!
You will love the woven texture of this lavender throw! This throw is worked in one piece, working with six balls of yarn at one time.
If you’ve ever stood beside a clear flowing river in the sunlight you may find yourself mesmerised by the light reflecting off the smooth stones below. This light weight infinity Cowl reminds me of such moments.
Last week was a blast! And a little bit of a whirl wind! So in case you missed them, seven free crochet patterns for washcloths, scrubbies and a Swiffer cover!
Hi, and welcome to day five of the Spring Cleaning Free Crochet Pattern Blitz! Today I’d like to introduce you to the Jasmine Washcloth.
I, like so many others, really enjoy using Caron Cakes Yarn. For these two patterns you’ll only need one!
Hi, and welcome to day two of the Spring Cleaning Free crochet pattern blitz! Today I’d like to introduce you to the Loopy Scrubby!