Jar Cover

Next, this lighting project is a jar cover to give your tea lights that extra special mood. Of course, how complex these are is entirely up to you, but the shadows cast by the moving flame will be intricate and wonderful. In particular, the color of the yarn will also affect the overall ambiance of the light. Therefore, you will be able to really tune the mood in every corner and place.

Jar Cover 
The original pattern is available at fondrari blogspot:
Jar Cover

more info about project photographed here.


Love Hearts

Of course, a heart for heart’s sake is also wonderful. So, this Mother’s Day heart is not anything in particular, other than just that, a heart with a wonderful, textured hem.

Love Hearts 
The full article about this pattern is here:
 Love Hearts

More info about project photographed also here.

Teeny Tiny Flowers Free Crochet Pattern

Everything has its place—big flowers do look great on sunhats, of course, but sometimes you need something a little more moderate or delicate. These Teeny Tiny Flowers have that cute, miniature appeal without losing any personality. Built from basic crochet stitches, these crochet flower patterns will be quick and easy to work up. The yarn you use will determine just how tiny these simple flower designs will turn out, with DK wool producing the tiniest of tiny crochet flowers. These are great little projects to work on during some down time to keep your fingers busy, and they will be a wonderful way to bring nature-inspired designs into your life.Teeny Tiny Flowers Free Crochet Pattern

Click here for crochet pattern

Flower Hat Pad

So, this project is probably one of the fanciest hot pads that exist. Not only are the colors wild, but the shape is so complex and convoluted. However, at the same time this is an easy pattern to make, so even a beginner can take this on no problem.Flower Hat Pad


The full article about this pattern is here:

 Flower Hat Pad

more info about project photographed here.

Amigurumi Cacti Free Crochet Patterns

This link will take you to the first three crochet cactus patterns in this roundup. It's a great place for you to start because the three cacti are each very different but there are many similarities in their construction. Therefore, you'll get the chance to really practice what it is like to build out different styles of cacti.

These are really classic crochet designs. There is a saguaro-style cactus, one that looks like a prickly pear, and another shaped like a barrel cactus. If you're from Southwestern Arizona or a similar desert area then you'll definitely recognize each of these three plants.

The designs are simple but very effective. They are worked amigurumi-style using single crochet stitches. The written instructions are accompanied by symbol charts. Each cactus is worked in green cotton yarn, planted in brown cotton "soil," and then placed in a small pot.Amigurumi Cacti Free Crochet Patterns

Amigurumi Cacti Free Crochet Patterns

Starflower Mandala

So, since we want to group the best wall hanger patterns, we definitely need mandalas. Therefore, here is one that’s done on two wire coat hangers to stretch the frame. Indeed, I love the lacy, airy design

Starflower Mandala  
The full article about this pattern is here:
 Starflower Mandala

More info about project photographed here and here.