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Pocket Pal Bunny

These pocket pal bunnies are a great way to stuff you Easter basket and let your kids join in the fun. As mentioned they would make great Easter egg hunt surprises, but would also not be out of place in any nursery or playroom for little hands to carry around. When the kids finally go back to school, these bunnies will also be a great backpack or pocket companion. If you make them for the youngest of kids, please consider crocheting the eyes for safety.

Pocket Pal Bunny
photos by Darling Maple Designs / ravelry.com

Find this free pattern on accessorizethisdesigns.com, or read more about it on ravelry.com.

Diamonds Doily

This doily is one of my first designs. I wanted to create an easy to crochet decorative item with a geometric theme. This crochet doily pattern is great for beginners, but experienced crocheters will also enjoy making it! The pattern uses a fingering weight 100% cotton yarn with a 3 mm crochet hook. This geometric doily will be perfect as a table center piece or a tea pot holder. So choose your favorite color and add a beautiful item for your home!

Diamonds Doily

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The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf

Whether you live in the North Pole or just want to jump on the super scarf trend, this nordic crochet super scarf pattern will keep you feeling warm, but lookin’ hot all winter long. This stylish, modern take on a traditional nordic pattern is worked in corner to corner (c2c) crochet with bulky yarn. Work it in grey, red and white for a men's version. This chunky, oversized scarf is the perfect DIY winter statement piece!

The Winter Wanderer Crochet Scarf

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Simple Dishcloth

I wanted to make a simple dishcloth and add some cute detail to make it pop! These are really easy to make and once you repeat the pattern a few times you will have it memorized and be able to whip these up while watching T.V. or drinking your morning coffee. Lots of fun and make great gifts! This project works up fast (only takes about 30 min!). This dishcloth uses 100% cotton yarn and size H hook.

Simple Dishcloth

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Orange Blossom

The easiest crochet triangle shawl ever! Learn how to crochet a beginner triangle shawl using only double crochet stitches. Gauge is not important for this project and the shawl can be made in any weight yarn! If you want to use fingering weight yarn like I used for this pattern, you will need approx 800 - 1000m. Have fun with colours (leftovers from your stash?) and stripes, or use a gradient yarn cake for this lovely easy crochet shawl pattern. You can use a worsted weight yarn for a winter shawl or a light weight yarn for a delicate summer shawl. Add a fringe or some tassels for extra flair! Measurements Shawl pictured measures 75in 190cm on the longest length and 39in 99cm depth after a light blocking

Orange Blossom 

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Henri the Rabbit

Next, we have Henri the easter Rabbit standing in alert, holding a carrot from your backyard. Without a doubt, this the  great and fun shape of this Easter decoration will be particularly good for a windowsill or shelf display.

Henri the Rabbit
The full pattern is available through Les.mailles.du.rocher’s at Instagram here:

Henri the Rabbit

Crochet Flower Doily Tutorial

This pretty flower doily crochet pattern is done with thread size 10 yarn and 2.5 hook size. It measures 5 inches around when finished. These crochet small doilies are great as coasters or for your table! I uploaded a video if you need more help with this doily pattern. This detailed doily look wonderful on tables. These crochet doily makes super nice gifts. I love how it turned out with those beautiful colors of yarn.

Crochet Flower Doily Tutorial

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Love is in the Air Valentine's Cowl

This project is worked flat in rows before being seamed into a cowl. To finish we work around both the bottom and top edge. This project is easy to crochet. If you do not have Aran weight yarn please feel free to substitute a medium weight yarn - gauge is not imperative for this project. The stitch multiple is 4. This is a very simple heart stitch made up of puff stitches and chains :) Perfect to use for this cowl or even for larger projects like blankets or wraps.

Love is in the Air Valentine's Cowl

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Trinity Stitch Striped Crochet Cowl – Free Pattern

The Trinity Stitch Cowl is a chunky, striped crochet cowl, and a free pattern! This cozy crochet cowl has a unique striped effect thanks to alternating color rows of the Trinity Stitch – an easy stitch that creates a gorgeous texture. And if you love matching accessories, then you’ll definitely want to check out the matching Trinity Stitch Hat.This free crochet pattern is written for one size (Adult), but the size can easily be adjusted by changing your starting chain.

Trinity Stitch Striped Crochet Cowl – Free Pattern

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