Invite Summer to your home with these Crochet Sunflower Coasters Pattern. These would brighten up your living room, or make a lovely housewarming gift.
Whether you are stuck inside due to hot temperatures outdoors or you are snuggled up on the couch in the chilly months of winter, crocheting sunflowers may be just the project for whiling away the hours.
The Rustic Sunflower Towel Topper is a free crochet pattern on my blog. Unique construction with a 3” ring crocheted into the back panel allows the towel to be removable for easy washing. A set of three patterns that will all be released to the blog - towel topper, coaster and pot holder. This set will brighten up your home with bright cheer! So easy and quick to make - perfect for your own home, as a housewarming gift or to make for craft fairs. Who can resist sunflowers? Approximate finished size - 7” round Video tutorial provided for the sunflower petals as well as how to make a perfect circle. Worked in the round in 2 panels which are then crocheted together.
These Diamond Waffle Hot Pads are the perfect gift to someone who loves handmade items. Pair them with wooden utensils and homemade spices to create a beautiful gift set. I used the diamond waffle pattern to create these hot pads. Use these hot pads in the kitchen to lift hot pots and pans or you can use them on the table to put those hot pans on and not damage your surfaces. Enjoy your newly-made diamond waffle hot pads.
This sweet sunflower is such a lovely reminder, that summer is just around the corner. I can't wait for it to finally arrive! This cute sunflower is a simple project, that will bring joy and a little bit of fun to your windowsill, or wherever you'll put these sweet fellows.
How to crochet an easy, beautiful Sunflower wreath perfect for Summer or Fall decorating, or really, any time of year if Sunflowers are your favorite. It's so easy to customize with more or less flowers. I hang mine from a yarn wreath hanger, and then on a hook on my door, but if you prefer to use a hanger the wreath sits into, just hot glue the bow directly onto the wreath. You'll need worsted weight yarn - I used Red Heart Super Saver, an H8/5mm crochet hook, tapestry needle, glue gun and sticks and a 12" grapevine wreath (or any size you want). I had my wreath finished in just over 3 hours
This beautiful placemat is made entirely in the round with a perfectly round circle. Video tutorial provided for both the round center as well as the petals. A perfect match to my previous designs - the Sunflower Potholder, Towel Topper and Coaster. A wonderful way to brighten up your kitchen, dining room and home! Make in sunflower colors or in any other colors to match your decor. Any petal colors would look lovely. Would also make a lovely table centerpiece or doily as well.