A quick and easy DIY pincushion that will keep your pins in one place, and make you hungry for summer and tropical locations.
The pattern is from ShiFo’s Patterns, and is available on Ravelry and love knitting for $5.00. Since you can’t actually see the pattern before purchasing it, I’m here to tell you whether or not it’s a pattern worth paying for.
Free crochet pattern: Phillie Phanatic. This one will require a few supplies, and stitching everything together will take some time, but it will be worth it!
These boot cuffs are made with bulky yarn, and are super cozy. I experimented with the herringbone half double crochet stitch, and I liked what I saw. These are very easy, and even easier to adjust the sizes. Simply add more stitches to the double crochet foundation row.
September is well under way, which can only mean one thing: It’s time to start you Christmas gift crochet projects. Don’t worry, I’m here to save you time by telling you the best patterns for gift giving, so fire up your Ravelry queue, and let’s get to work.
Ice cream cone baby rattle: A quick, simple crochet pattern that allows you to use small amounts of yarn you already have on hand.