Crochet Water Bottle Cozy

Crochet Water Bottle Cozy Several years ago I was given a water bottle that had a company logo on it – I loved the size and shape of the water bottle but did not like the company logo. So . . . I covered the white logo with black sharpie but discovered the water bottle needed some spiffy-ing up and that’s when this crochet water bottle cozy was born! I saw many water bottle cozies made with paracord and macrame[Read more]

Mini Crochet Backpack

Mini Crochet Backpack It’s back-to-school time and many students are packing their backpacks for classes and activities. Here is a fun little backpack-style bag that can be attached to your big backpack and filled with the essentials – money, credit cards, lip balm, hand sanitizer and/or keys. This entire project uses mainly one stitch – single crochet! Plus, I created 3 versions of this mini-backpack using Size 3 thread (blue), Size 3 yarn (pink) and Size 4 yarn (green) –[Read more]

Boho Mandala Necklace

Boho Mandala Necklace I love to crochet jewelry and mandalas and this project features both!  I created 2 versions (one large and one small) using a very similar stitch pattern and the same embellishments so that you can easily create the size that best suits your style. I’ll take you through each step of the project and you’ll even be able to watch a video tutorial here to help you work the stitches, attach the mandalas to the rings and[Read more]

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]