Winter can’t seem to make up its mind this year in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. Regardless, this free crochet pattern for the Midwinter Blanket is sure to make the coldest winter nights more cozy!
Hello everyone, merry Christmas and happy holidays! Today we are going to learn how to crochet the Home for Christmas Stocking!
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.
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!
A Scottish hap is a thick shawl (sometimes used as a blanket!). It is constructed as a square and folded over on the diagonal to create a triangular shawl or wrap. Continue reading “Crochet Scottish Hap – A Free Crochet Pattern”
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.
Hello and welcome to Learn to Crochet! Today we will learn all about yarn!