Celtic Crochet Square

Welcome to Celtic Knot Crochet where I love to combine my love of Ireland and Celtic Knots with crochet! I am excited to share this NEW and FREE Celtic Knot Crochet pattern with you – Thank you Tamara Kelly of Moogly for inviting me to join in on the 2022 CAL fun! Introducing the Celtic Woven Square! If this is your first Celtic Knot Crochet project – don’t worry. All of the stitches used are basic stitches and the knot weaving techniques[Read more]

Textured Crochet Mug Rug

Textured Crochet Mug Rug I LOVE textured stitch patterns – don’t you? This Textured Crochet Mug Rug uses a very simple variation of the half double crochet stitch. It is easy enough for a beginner! Plus, this project could be used as a mug rug, dishcloth or spa cloth – you pick! You could also use this stitch pattern to make bigger projects like kitchen towels, throws and afghans – just make sure you do the one tip I share[Read more]

Simple Crochet Spa Cloth

Simple Crochet Spa Cloth Spa Cloths make great gifts and get softer and softer the more you use them and wash them! They are basically the same thing as dishcloths but are used for your face or body instead of dirty dishes. This Simple Scallop Spa Cloth is crocheted using the half double crochet stitch. By working in a certain loop of each stitch you can also create some great texture. Crochet Spa Cloths make great gifts – just pair[Read more]

Crochet Guild of America Classes

Crochet Guild of America – Chain Link Conference After 2 years of hosting an on-line conference with crochet classes and various events, the Crochet Guild of America is having an in-person conference in New Orleans this July – YAY! This is the largest all crochet event in the country and I am excited to be teaching 6 classes there! Here is a list of my classes (scroll down to read a short description about each): The Chain Link Conference is[Read more]

Easy Crochet Mug Rug

Easy Crochet Mug Rug Have you ever crocheted a Mug Rug? They are fun and fast crochet projects that make for great little gifts – just pair them with a pretty mug and some gourmet tea. Mug Rugs are great to use on a side table or on your dinner table to protect the furniture and they add some softness and a comfort-feel to a usually hard surface. Coffee-drinkers and tea-drinkers alike love to use Mug Rugs! **UPDATE! – Now[Read more]