Heart Pixel Art Square

Though a little time consuming, pixel art projects are so fun! I think I like most that it kind of resembles a quilt, but also that it uses my favorite join-as-you method – the Pull Loop Through Method! Makes for an easy join, and no worrying about how to assemble later – can’t say I enjoy sewing squares together. BUT! If you do, you could always make the squares separately, and then use the mattress stitch (or your preferred technique) to join them later. WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS SQUARE? It’s the perfect size for a 16″ throw pillow, use it as an afghan square, and build a blanket, add more squares all around to make a larger blanket, use it as a doily, attach it to a dowel rod, and hang it, use it as the star of the show for a sweater/top, even changing up the weight of yarn used will open doors!Heart Pixel Art Square

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Ziggidy Zaggy Crochet Square

Are you ready for another fun, easy crochet square pattern ?? Here you go!!! This is a 12″ square using worsted weight yarn. It can easily be made in one sitting!! It can me made in 1-9 colors and is a great scrap buster project!! This is also one of the Moogly CAL 2017 Squares. Blocking is needed to shape correctly Using this 12″ Square you can make many sizes of beautiful afghans by making several blocks and crocheting them together!Ziggidy Zaggy Crochet Square

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Desire Crochet Granny Square

The next time you want to say "I love you" to your partner, say it with crochet when you create the Desire Crochet Granny Square. The design uses the crochet popcorn stitch as well as yarn in shades of red and pink, resulting in a crochet Valentine's Day pattern that can actually be used year-round. This granny square will be just what you need to include in a blanket, bag, scarf, or even a sweater. You'll love crocheting this item, and your partner will love having a reminder of how much you care. Just keep in mind this crochet pattern is at the intermediate level, so consider tackling this project if you have some experience with crochet.Desire Crochet Granny Square

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Corn And Poppy Granny Square

Poppies and sheaves of corn are the epitome of autumn and harvest. Crochet this pdf pattern with links to youtube videos for the more challenging rounds. Make the pillow to be a focal feature of your home’s fall deco. Crochet all four designs, to complete the cushion. Please note this pattern also features in the full Fall in New England Cushion pattern that will be released later this Autumn. Materials additionally required 5mm hook Aran in cream, dark orange, dark red and light brown I used Caron Simply Soft in Off White, Pumpkin, Autumn Maize, Harvest Red and Autumn Red Skill IntermediateCorn And Poppy Granny Square

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Granny Square Table Runner

This easy granny table runner pattern is perfect for beginners. It looks great on any table. The simple stitches are easy to follow, and with just a little bit of practice you’ll have this project finished in no time. This design is as beautiful as it is simple. Basic Crochet Stitches Once you have mastered the chain stitch and double crochet stitch, you are ready to expand your skills and make this rectangle tablecloth. This pattern works up quickly because of the double crochet stitch and the easy repeating pattern.Granny Square Table Runner

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Botanical Pot Holder / Hot Pad

I found a really pretty pattern on *Yarnspirations the other day called Botanical Crochet Dishcloth that I thought would be perfect as a fall hot pad. I think these are always nice hostess gifts to bring along with me to dinners or get together with friends or family so I’m always making a few in my spare time.

Botanical Pot Holder / Hot Pad

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Year Of The Tiger Granny Square

Hello everyone! Wow, how time flies by! 2022 is here, and January is almost over. So it must be time to add a new granny square to my collection. It's the year of the tiger this time around, and let me tell you, it was a real challenge for me to make this one. I spent so many days researching both real, and crocheted tigers trying to come up with a good design. What I found more intriguing and charming was the white tiger rather than the orange one; they are quite majestic looking, their cubs are super cute, and to be honest with you, their color scheme can be interpreted somehow easier than the more known orange tigers. I hope I've caught your interest with this year's zodiac granny square of mine. Wish you all happy and warm days!Year Of The Tiger Granny Square

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