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Scrubby Mitt

Use your worsted weight cotton yarn to make this ribbed scrubby mitt, handy to use in the kitchen or bath. Makes a really nice gift - it’s never too early to start on holiday making! Pattern is worked back and forth flat, and all single crochets are worked in the back loop only to give it a nice ribbed texture. You’ll be making 4 pieces and constructing them as the pattern shows, but, no worries, there are pictures to help you along. Merry Making!

Scrubby Mitt

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Flower Power Cloth

Hanging dishcloths are handy to have around and make a great gift. I was playing around with different ideas and wanted something unique. I like how this flips through itself, not needing a button. Materials and Details Yarn: Red Heart creme de la creme worsted weight 100% cotton yarn – one skein solid and one skein variegated Your favorite cotton yarn could be used instead. Crochet Hook: I Miscellaneous: yarn needle to weave in ends Gauge: not necessary for this project 

Flower Power Cloth

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Colored Squares Potholder

Although we love the bright colors used for this crochet pattern, feel free to customize this Colored Squares Potholder to match your kitchen decor. Use worsted weight yarn and a G hook to complete this free crochet pattern. It's a great gift for new homeowners.

Colored Squares Potholder

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Rainy Day Rainbow Drawstring Bag

You will love this rainy day rainbow drawstring pouch pattern. It is the first of five rainy day projects I have planned for this upcoming week. Each rainy day project can be completed in a day. The pattern is worked in the round from the bottom up. The bottom circle of the pouch is made in double crochet, and the top and sides are made in half double crochet.Rainy Day Rainbow Drawstring Bag

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Winter Opulence "Granny" Square pattern

This beautiful crochet granny square creates a thick, sturdy block that will make a warm addition to your next blanket or afghan. It is bursting with texture, and no two rounds are the same, making this a challenging, yet fun square to crochet. I used Red Heart Soft yarn because it has a nice drape, and feels amazing! You may substitute other worsted weight yarns, but you may not end up with the same effect.

Winter Opulence "Granny" Square pattern

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The Proserpina V-stitch Shawl

A very easy crochet shawl that mostly uses V-stitches and a slight variation of it that I called V-puff stitch.The pattern is easy to memorize so you will not have to constantly look at the instructions, very relaxing!Accessible for beginners too. You can crochet the Proserpina V-Stitch Crochet Shawl with any yarn you like and the appropriate hook. If you use a much thicker yarn, your shawl is going to grow faster, so you will have to crochet fewer rows than the ones indicated in this pattern.For example, I crocheted one Proserpina Shawl using a cotton cake in Aran weight and a 5.5 mm crochet hook.

The Proserpina V-stitch Shawl

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Delightful Crab Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

Have you ever tried to crochet the crab stitch before? If not, this Delightful Crab Stitch Crochet Dishcloth Pattern will show you how! With a lovely mix of pastel blue and salmon yarn colors, this crochet dishcloth will bring a stylish pop of color to your kitchen. If you find that you love the finished project so much, then you can choose to use the final design as a decorative mat to display on a shelf or table. Either way, you'll love how versatile this crochet dishcloth will be. Add this pretty dishcloth to your kitchen today!

Delightful Crab Stitch Crochet Dishcloth

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Stormborn Wrap

Keep yourself cosy on windy days with the Stormborn Wrap! The large, oversized triangle is worked from the centre out, to create a drapey and relaxed scarf. This design varies basic stitch techniques (bobbles and mesh) so that this project has enough variety to keep you interested all throughout the pattern. The sleek and modern design is topped with large, chunky tassels for a touch of whimsy! Check out the free crochet pattern and video tutorial on forthefrills.com!

Stormborn Wrap

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Timeless Teal Chevron Blanket

There is something timeless and classic about a good chevron blanket. I have made my Timeless Teal Chevron Blanket so many times for baby showers that I could probably crochet one in my sleep. This blanket is honestly a huge hit no matter what colour I make it in. I have even made it in colours that I wasn’t particularly drawn to and ended up loving it so much I kept it for my daugther. Using Bernat Blanket Stripes yarn, (my go-to blanket yarn) which is a super bulky, size 6 yarn, this blanket works up in a jiffy. I have made one in two evenings or about 6 to 8 hours.

Timeless Teal Chevron Blanket

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Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel

I’ve been meaning to make a couple new crochet kitchen towels, but I wanted something a little less traditional in style. Having to constantly pick up the towels off the floor and wash them because they’ve slipped off the oven handle yet again, gets old in a quick hurry. After designing the Buffalo Plaid Kitchen Towel, I realized how much I loved the style and immediately started on the Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel. I hope you find that these towels will also make great gifts!

Farmhouse Striped Kitchen Towel

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