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.
A simple decreasing stitch creates a lot of raised surface texture for this quick and easy crochet project! This design is worked front he bottom up, starting with a chain foundation, then continues with solid single crochet stitches in continuous rounds! An interesting difference in this pattern is that it can be worked in so many different color combinations: solid, variegated, stripes, color blocking - make it your own! The Spiked Glasses Case is a great design to crochet because: This is a very quick project to work up! These make great gifts for men, women, boys and girls! This project uses very little yarn, so it’s a great stash-buster! You’ll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: yarn fiber substitution (cotton, wool, acrylic), continuous rounds, color changes, spiked decrease stitch, gauge & size, finishing techniques & more!
T-shirt yarn is one of the best choices for making crochet baskets of any size. The thickness of the yarn combined with the right stitches makes for baskets that are sturdy and can easily stand up straight without caving in on the sides. This photo-rich tutorial teaches you how to use jersey knit t-shirt yarn to create baskets of various sizes. These nesting baskets can sit decoratively inside one another when not in use.
If you are looking for a quick crochet project, then here it is. Crochet coasters are among the easiest patterns to make. They are simple , easy and pretty much work up quickly. You can whip up one in no time at all and they are usually very beginner friendly. Today am sharing the pattern for a very easy and quick Tea Crochet Flower Coaster .I have used two shades of colors. Play around with the color tones to make one of your choice. These would be great for using up your scrap yarn. Protect your tables from stains with these pretty coasters and they are great for gift giving too!! Materials Used:- 8 Ply Yarn 4mm Crochet Hook
Upcycle some t-shirts to create a potholder using this free pattern. To crochet the color block potholder, you'll need t-shirt yarn from two t-shirts (mine were a men's size small), a 12 mm crochet hook, and about 15 minutes. Due to the thickness of t-shirt yarn, the finished potholder requires only one layer is about 7.5 x 8 inches in size. This speedy potholder project is a great way to clean out your closet and get rid of some old t-shirts!
The Hopscotch Keychain is an advanced crochet pattern that uses very little yarn and looks great in any color combination. This pattern is made in two parts and crocheted together with minimal sewing. You could also cut and glue on felt numbers or use marker to draw on the numbered squares. Make this fun crochet pattern for yourself or give it as a gift to your favorite teacher. The Hopscotch Keychain would look great on a bag, in a locker or hanging from a pair of keys.