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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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Bloomin Scrubbie

I LOVE the scrubbies that are made from net but it hurts my hands to work with the netting so I designed a scrubbie to hold nylon net scrubbers. There are lots of patterns that crochet around the net. They are wonderful, but I usually buy the dollar store packs of scrubbers and they fall apart quickly. I wanted something I could keep using and just replace the nylon scrubber. Materials Cotton yarn in one or two colors of choice G Crochet Hook Yarn needle, nylon scrubbie

Bloomin Scrubbie

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Neat And Tidy Dishcloth

The neat and tidy dishcloth is a small dishcloth with a handy loop for hanging. For this pattern you can pick two colors of your favorite all cotton yarn. The ribbing of the pattern is created by single crocheting around the front post of the stitches and mitering each row, until it gets smaller and smaller. The dishcloth is finished off with an i-cord edging. These dishcloths take an hour to make and would make great housewarming gifts.

Neat And Tidy Dishcloth

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Basic Keyhole Hand Towel

Ever since designing the Gingerbread Man Kitchen Towel, I’ve had many ask if I could design towels that hang in a similar way for year-round use. The Floral Blooms Hand Towel was the first in a fun, new series of crochet towels followed by the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel. Because crocheters loved the Farmhouse Striped Keyhole Hand Towel, I decided to come up with an even more basic crochet towel design that is suitable for beginner crocheters. This beginner friendly crochet pattern uses basic crochet stitches and techniques. 

Basic Keyhole Hand Towel

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Spring Girl Gnome Towel Topper

The Spring Girl Gnome Towel Topper is a companion to the Gnome Towel Topper which is a free crochet pattern. Add braids to the Gnome Towel Topper in spring colors to make this cute and simple project! These towel toppers have a hidden ring which allows the towel to be removable for easy washing. Works up quickly with scrap yarn - a lovely project to add fun and whimsy to your kitchen or to gift to another! Perfect for craft fairs or bazaars as well! 

Spring Girl Gnome Towel Topper

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Daisy Coasters

These bright and cheerful Daisy Coasters are the perfect summertime accessory for your barbecues and picnics. They measure approximately 5" in diameter and are made with worsted weight yarn. Make a handful of them in a variety of colors!

Daisy Coasters

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Little Starburst Dishcloth

Everyone seems to love a little starburst in their life so why not have some fun in the kitchen with this little starburst dishcloth? It's an intermediate crochet pattern that uses single and double crochet stitches. Use worsted weight yarn to complete this crochet pattern. It's a great gift idea for the chef in your life. Cooking has never been so much fun! The bright colors are great for the spring and summer months. Use this crocheted dishcloth at your next patio party or summer barbeque.

Little Starburst Dishcloth

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Coaster Box with Lid

Mmm citrus...If you’ve made some my crochet citrus coasters, you may be looking for something extra special to store them in. Here’s the perfect thing: a Crochet Coaster Box with Lid. It is so easy and fun. The best part? You can use the scraps from the citrus coasters to make it! This little ray of sunshine is sure to light up the room and put a smile on your face! Let's get started!

Coaster Box with Lid

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Watermelon Cup Cozy

And then.. this watermelon cup cozy. I love it. I’m not sure if its the contrast between the bright pink and green goodness against the white cup. Or perhaps it reminds me of the fleeting summer and the happy time I spent crocheting it. It makes me smile when I see it. For as much as I’ve looked at cup cozies, this is my first go at making one. And you know what? It is is the easiest thing ever! I think you will love how easy it comes together. Let’s get started on this juicy deliciousness!

Watermelon Cup Cozy

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