Get cutesy and crafty with the Flowers in Springtime Potholder. Such a cute crochet potholder pattern deserves to be out for everyone to see all throughout the season as well as a decoration. It will be obvious how much you love the season and your crochet hobby because it looks so precious and beautiful. Bright spring colors are sure to bring happiness into the kitchen area for others to see by laying out your new crochet potholder.
If you have a busy kitchen, you probably go through several dish cloths a week. To save some money, consider crocheting your own Durable Dish Cloths. This free crochet pattern is a quick work up and the perfect addition to any kitchen. They would look fabulous in seasonal colors or matching any of your other kitchen decor. Using an acrylic yarn or any other textured yarn will insure that your dish clothes are optimal scrubbing machines. These would make a great housewarming or wedding gift for a couple with a brand new home. Learning how to make crochet dishcloth patterns can save you a ton of time in the long-run. Avoid buying new dishcloths every 6 months to a year by creating your own with free crochet patterns. This simple pattern is a great place to start!
If you are looking for the perfect wedding gift, housewarming gift or just a nice way to personalize your table, the Mandala Placemat pattern is for you. It is worked in the round, changing color for each round. Materials I used the following materials for this pattern: 3 mm hook Cotton yarn: In total, you will need 2 50g skeins of Schachenmayr Catania Originals per placemat. They have 96 colors for this yarn, you'll definitely find some for your placemats. I used 10 different colors but you can choose as many or as few you want. T-pins for blocking. Size The finished size of one placemat is 37 cm. It has taken me a lot of time and trial and error to decide on the best size. It had to be big enough so you can enjoy it when the table is set but not take too much room on the table so you can still seat people. So 37cm it is. Abbreviations I use UK notations. sl = slip stitch ch = chain dc = double crochet tr = treble crochet dtr = double treble crochet puff = puff stitch.
The Irish Blessings Crochet Doily combines a beautiful Irish Rose with rounds of lucky shamrocks and traditional Irish lace and picots. This is a fabulous crochet doily pattern that you can bring out every year around St. Patrick's day or simply leave it out year round as it's just that stunning. Doilies are typically used to help hold drinks, but this crochet pattern is just too beautiful for that. It would make a great gift for a friend or even a nice wedding gift that can be passed down from generation to generation.
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If you like boho-style decorations, this Easy Mandala Dreamcatcher is totally for you, because it looks like that. What's more, this home decoration could be also a perfect crochet gift idea for a housewarming, wedding shower or mother’s day. In other words, you really have to try this one!