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Frosted Tote Bag: Set Of 2 Easy Crochet Bag Patterns

The Frosted Tote Bag is worked with a basic Bobble stitch to create a super textured and sturdy design, and it is written in two sizes! This pattern is worked in joined rounds using basic stitches including the Chain, Single, Double, Slip and Bobble stitches! It’s a great pattern because: Two different sizes are included in this pattern collection: 22 (26)” around x 13 (15)” tall Tote bags are super quick and easy projects to work up! You can use yarn you already have in your stash! This project works great with cotton yarns, and plant-based fibers! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: joined rounds, stitch tension, gauge & size, Bobbles, color changes (optional), finishing techniques & more!Frosted Tote Bag: Set Of 2 Easy Crochet Bag Patterns

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Thassos Mosaic Blanket

Looking for advance your crocheting skills? With a bit of commitment you will create a gorgeous crochet blanket for yourself or unique gift for someone you love. It will be perfect for modern interiors. It’a a gorgeous crochet blanket that looks way more advanced than it is and can be made in any size according to your preferences. If you’ve always wanted to try mosaic crochet colorwork, but you are anxious about choosing colors, a monochrome or two-color combination is a perfect solution. The pattern uses US crochet terms, includes row by row written instructions and mosaic chart as well as a step-by-step photo tutorial.

Thassos Mosaic Blanket

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Shamrock Crochet Potholder Pattern

The Shamrock Crochet Coaster Pattern has been so successful I thought I would create a post telling you how to take the same pattern and make a shamrock crochet potholder. And also, we will be using the same yarn weight as before. Sounds impossible? It’s actually quite simple and fun. Keep reading for a video on how to do this. While the three leaves of a shamrock stand for faith, hope, and love, the fourth leaf is luck. I hope luck finds you, and this crochet coaster is a reminder to appreciate all the luck that comes your way.

Shamrock Crochet Potholder Pattern

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Rivers Shawl

This rectangular shawl is perfect for any occasion. You can wear it while curled up reading your favourite book or for a night out. It is worked using just two Lion Brand Mandala Tweed Cakes and a 6 mm crochet hook. The crochet pattern includes both written and video instructions and features only a few basic stitches including single, half double, double and triple crochet stitches. A simple edging of shell stitches is worked along the two shorter edges.

Rivers Shawl

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Scallop Bucket Bag

This bright crochet bag pattern is a great, easy project for crocheters looking to make a fun travel accessory!

From the blogger: "The Scallop Bucket Bag features chunky tassels and a scallop hem to create a fun, modern summer bag! Easy-to-make and super versatile, it's wonderful for the beach, traveling or brunch! This bag is worked in the round and has a circle base. The sides are worked directly onto the base and are finished with a cute scallop edge. This design also includes instructions for the tassels and cord. This pattern is accompanied by a video tutorial.

Scallop Bucket Bag

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Cupcake Baby Blanket

This blanket has tons of great texture – the lines in the “paper liner” are achieved with simple post stitches, and the “sprinkles” on the icing are treble crochets sandwiched between single crochets – simple but super effective! Lots for baby to touch and love.

Cupcake Baby Blanket

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Fall is Coming Shawl

I had so many ideas for this summer, I've even finished many projects I had put on hold, and now they only need to be written, and posted. But time says its word, and summer is almost leaving us. So when I received this alize burcum yarn, I envisioned this shawl immediately and began working on it. It's easy to make once you know how to crochet the six petal flower, which by the way, is popular. I incorporated it in this triangle shawl in a way that makes it almost unnoticeable at first glance, then, after a few seconds, you see multi-colored flowers in between the mono repetitive clusters pattern. It's fun. I hope you enjoy making this fall welcoming shawl!

Fall is Coming Shawl

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