Celtic Crochet Cowl

Introducing our newest Celtic Knot crochet project now available in our Etsy shop here. The Celtic Cowl features a beautiful Celtic Knot front and center with a textured stitch to frame it. The stitches in it are very simple and each step of the project is clearly explained in the 14 page instructions. I love how it turned out with these colors and look forward to wearing it all throughout the month of March! Skill Level: Easy Stitches Used: Chain,[Read more]

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7 St. Patrick’s Day Projects from Favecrafts

Here at Celtic Knot Crochet we LOVE to do all kinds of crafts including (but not limited to): jewelry, clay, paper, mosaics, beads, coloring pages, cards, painting, sewing and paracord knotting. Do you like to do any of these crafts? Well, did you know that there is a great website out there chock full of all kinds of crafting projects for every holiday and occasion there is? It is called Favecrafts and you can find it here: www.favecrafts.com. Since St.[Read more]

Celtic Knot Decoration

Since St. Patrick’s Day is coming up soon I thought it was time for a NEW FREE Celtic Knot pattern here on the blog. And since I have enjoyed crocheting, gifting and decorating with the Easy Shimmer Mandala so much, I decided to make a Celtic Knot version. You can see that it incorporates a very simple yet beautiful Celtic Knot at its center framed by a few rounds of basic crochet stitches and all while wrapping around a shimmery[Read more]

Crochet Heart Basket

I enjoy creating heart shapes with crochet and thought this would be a fun Valentine’s Day project. This Woven Heart Basket uses only single crochet and a small amount of yarn. You’ll also need a few craft supplies (listed below) and some crafting abilities. (Since putting all the pieces together takes some finesse I decided to rate this project “Intermediate” for crafting even though it is “Easy” for crochet.) You may like to have your basket just be a simple[Read more]

Amigurimi crochet – cute & quick

I have always loved mints (especially the Wintergreen flavor) because my grandfather carried some in his pocket every day and shared them with me. He and I were very close and spent a lot of time together when I was a young girl. “Mint Granddad” (that’s what we called him) was often quick to encourage me and let me know he was a fan of mine. A couple of months ago I saw a sticker that correlated a mint to[Read more]