Make six identical single crochet pieces and join them together with a simple slip stitch to form a plush ottoman. Keep the seams on the outside to add decorative ridges.
Using Bernat Blanket Extra yarn makes for a fast, satisfying project. Plus, when you're finished, you'll have somewhere to put up your feet!
Both stylish and practical, poufs make an ideal addition to your living room and bedroom decor. Ottomans and poufs can be very expensive to buy, so it's a great option for a DIY alternative. Make one, two, or three. After all, it's never bad to havre too many pooufs around the house!
This mitered square washcloth can be adjusted to your preferred size. Choose three colors and alternate each row. The bobbles and back loop stitches combine for a gentle, exfoliating texture. This is the first pattern in the 2019 Washcloth Crochet Along with CAL Central. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting flat in rows, increasing, crocheting in the back loop only, changing colors Special stitch: bob (with video tutorial linked in the pattern) Skill Level Intermediate Finished Size Washcloth: 9.5” (24 cm) square.
Whether you're new to crochet or just want to a quick and easy crochet pattern to try, these Beginner Decorative Crochet Potholders will be just what you need! These potholders can be created in very little time and will be a perfect gift idea for a bridal shower or housewarming party.
From the blogger: "These beautiful potholders are the perfect beginner pattern for a quick and fun project to show off your crochet skills. They are both decorative and functional, and make a beautiful gift for anyone on your list this holiday season. You will need a size G/6 (4mm) crochet hook, scissors, and worsted weight cotton yarn. Each square potholder measures 8 inches x 8 inches. So get started today on this instant gratification project that is sure to impress!
This crochet basket pattern works up super-fast with Bernat Blanket Extra, a jumbo yarn. It's crocheted in the round using single crochet stitches from the bottom-up. A contrasting band across the top lends a decorative touch, while the handle openings add function.
The Simple Spa Slippers are cozy and oh so easy to crochet! They are soft, squishy, and a free crochet pattern on Moogly in 3 sizes! The stitches used to make the Simple Spa Stitches are super easy - it's all single crochet! The only “tricky” bit is the sc2tog decrease, which is the first decrease you likely learned. To keep this pattern as simple as can be, I've made both right and left feet the same. So there is minimal shaping - and you don't have to think about which one goes on which foot. Slippers like this are also great for those with flat and wide feet, like me - for once, my feet don't overhang the soles!