QUILT BLOCK BOBBLE SQUARE
Love the look of quilts, but crochet is your craft of choice? Heather from The Unraveled Mitten has you covered! Like the hexagon wall hanging above, this quilt block starts as two-color granny squares, then joins up to form a sawtooth star block with a pinwheel inside.
Crochet your own textured coasters with bohemian flair and a bobble square that will hug your coffee mug. The free square Boho Bobble Coaster pattern utilizes bobble stitches and fringe for a fun, cotton coaster. To crochet these coasters, you'll need about 35 yards of worsted weight cotton yarn (I used Lily Sugar n Cream yarn in "Light Blue"), a 4.5 mm crochet hook, a tapestry needle, and a small comb for brushing out the fringe.
This Arnica Bobble Pillow adds warmth, texture and major cozy factor to any space. It is crocheted in bobble stitch with fluffy chenille yarn. Deep pocket - style back keeps a 14 x 14 pillow insert snug inside.
This Sturdy Numbered Die with foam block can be made in under 60 minutes and can be used right away to either teach your children numbers or play games with them. It is a perfect beginner project that uses only single crochet and surface crochet. The foam block is usually used for flower pots, but can be switch out with polyfill or an old t-shirt in case you want the die to be used by babies.
Based on a quilter’s block pattern, create a colorful dish scrubby that combines cotton and textured yarn for a multi purpose cleaning. Each dish scrubby consists of 4 motifs that are joined together to create a quilt-like block pattern. The four motifs are fun to rearrange to create a multiple of block patterns. Step by step YouTube video available. Dish cloth is 5 3/4” x 5 3/4” and calls for one skein of Red Heart Scrubby and Red Heart Scrubby Smoothie yarn.