First, this spring scrunchie is a fabulous, floral hair holder. Combined with a some lovely colors, it’ll be a prefect seasonal touch.
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This puff stitch earwarmer is very easy to crochet. The pattern is available in sizes Preemie, Newborn, 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months, 12-24 months, Small Child (age 3-5 years), Child (age 6-10 years), Teen, Adult (medium) and Adult (large). You will need Medium Weight (Aran) Yarn and a 5.5 mm (I) hook. The yarn I used is on the heavier side of the Medium Weight Yarn category. The stitch multiple is 2 + 1 for the turning chain.
Among our favorite crochet hats and scarves patterns free of charge, this one evidently shines bright like a diamond! Rhondda Mol from Oombawka Design always surprises us with her creativity and skills. Scroll up for the matching scarf!
Hi there, beginners! If you still have your first crochet hat pattern ahead of you, get ready! This one by Janne Kleivset from Joy of Motion Crochet will inspire you and leave you no choice but to grab the hook. What color will it be?
We are getting prepared to welcome a new baby! For now, his name is baby T and all of us here on the farm are so excited to meet him this December. He will be the first grandchild on both sides of the family. So much love already for this little guy.
This is a simple, twisted crochet ear warmer headband pattern that is suitable for beginners! Learn how to make these cozy, yet stylish ear warmers that are perfect for keeping your ears warm this winter. This is an easy and fun beginner crochet project and if you’re an experienced crocheter you’ll be able to work up a couple of crochet headbands in no time! Materials: any light worsted weight yarn (DK) and a 5mm crochet hook.
The Toasted Hazelnut Brimmed Beanie is the first of four hats in my fall collection of crochet brimmed beanies. Cozy, soft and textured, each crochet brimmed beanie pattern has a little bit of a different style. This one incorporates the bean stitch to add some fun, bumpy texture. Pattern includes directions for completing the bean stitch.
This is a simple pattern designed to fit like the flop hats of the 1920s era. The techniques are fairly simple and the project works up quickly. You can easily finish one of these while watching your favorite movie. Hat can be left plain or embellished with cute feathers and flowers as you can see in the photos. Bernat Velvet and Baby Velvet can be used, as well as Yarn Bee Velvety Smooth Sparkle if you have some in your stash. It seemed to have been seasonal.
Forget your sleeve and wear your heart on your head with this crochet heart beanie pattern. Believe it or not, this beanie is made up entirely of single crochet stitches! Although it uses a basic stitch, you will not get bored crocheting this beauty. The colourwork makes this one of the funnest crochet accessories to stitch.