- Designed by Pony McTate
This beautiful bag will be your best friend no matter if you’re going to quickly grab some groceries, or go to the beach. It’s spacious, colorful and really eye pleasing, so be sure you’ll use it all the time.
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Crochet Knot Pillows Pattern
Have you seen sewing patterns for knot pillows before? Well then, there you have it, a crochet version of this unique design! This is a paid pattern, but the final result is definitely worth it! What color will you use this time?
Designed by Erin BlackThe full article about the pattern and the photos are here.
Mandala Hot Pad Trivet Cover
- Designed by Anna Erlandsson
If you like and are looking for a stained glass effect, this pad trivet is going to make you really happy! You can really go with the flow and play with the colors here, because no matter which combination you’ll choose, the effect will be mesmerizing!
PHOTOS by Hooked by Anna / Ravelry.com
Crochet Peacock Tail Feather Coaster or Applique Free Pattern
- Designed by: Christa Veenstra
This pattern will be perfect if you’re looking for something exotic and original! This amazing Crochet Peacock Tail Feather Coaster or Applique will look stunning no matter which color you choose! It will looks awesome in modern living room for example.
PHOTOS by Christa Veenstra / Ravelry.com
Find this free pattern on Ravelry.
Deadwood Mandala Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Love, Aly
A 2 mm hook will be the best for this project. Decorate this amazing mandala however you want, for instance with fringes, beads, lucky stones, feathers and so on. No matter which color you’ll go for, it will most definitely embellish your home.
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Stellar Mandalas Free Crochet Pattern
- Designed by Rachel Counts
This gorgeous, fun mandala is a beautiful wall decoration for your home, so it can be a focal point of the whole room! The fun design featured a crocheted lace, what really eye pleasing! The pattern comes in two sizes – a 12” and 23” mandala.
PHOTOS by Rachel Counts / Ravelry.com