I designed these easy peasy bowl cosies after seeing quilted fabric ones online. They are quickly worked up in rounds and can be made in stripes or just one colour! Just reach into your stash of scrap cotton yarns, grab a 2.5mm crochet hook and get crocheting! I chose cotton yarn for its durability. My bowl cosies have been through the washing machine over and over with minimal signs of wear. This pattern should fit a bowl approximately 15-17cm in diameter at the top, 6-8cm at the base and 7cm high.
The Easy Peasy Desk Set crochet pattern was originally designed as part of a Back to School CAL (crochet along). This three piece set includes a Mason Jar cozy, a Sticky Note Holder, and a Paper Clip Bowl. All of my patterns have been tested by several accomplished pattern testers and designers to ensure that you are getting a pattern free of mistakes and is easy to follow. Please note that all my patterns are written in standard American terms.
Microwaveable crochet bowl cozies had their moment in 2018 and I thought they were a brilliant idea. After searching for the perfect free pattern for a bowl cover that would fit my Corelle dinnerware I finally decided to just design my own. This simple bowl cozy pattern is easy enough for a beginner and will fit any standard size Corelle brand bowl. Materials One small 2.5 oz ball of cotton yarn (I used Peaches and Cream in Rosemary) 4.25 mm G hook Scissors Needle for weaving in ends Stitches used: magic circle half double crochet single crochet (front loop only)
These slippers are super easy and fast to make! Perfect for a beginner, they use a very simple design that can be worked up in under an hour! The pattern uses medium worsted weight yarn (size 4) and size H crochet hook. Written in many sizes, just find your size and get started! Enjoy the free pattern! Materials: Medium worsted weight yarn (4)- I used Loops and Threads Impeccable yarn (less than a skein, about 130 yards. H hook, 5.00 mm Blunt needle
Here's a fish scrubby pattern that's 7" x 3" (17cm x 8cm). There's also a video tutorial on my Youtube channel. I've used 4 ply cotton and a 1.25mm crochet hook but you can use different sizes depending on what you're most comfortable with. Blue, black, yellow and a very small amount of white 4 ply crochet cotton. (Cotton would be better than synthetic) A crochet hook, I used a 1.25mm hook. Scissors. A darning needle to weave in ends. Sewing thread and a needle to stitch the body fin and eye onto the fish. 2 x 6g scouring pads (about 2” or 5cm across).
Meet your next favorite scrap yarn project: Introducing the Scrap Yarn Crochet Wine Cozy! Fast, fun and uses up those bits of scrap yarn in your stash.. and beautiful! What's not to love! The scrap yarn wine cozy has all the things I adore about a fast, fun project. First..it uses up scrap yarn! Sigh. If you are stuck in the house with a lot of scrap yarn and not quite sure what beautiful thing to make with it, this is probably your next favorite project.