Celtic Knot Heart

Celtic Knot Heart I created this project several years ago and it has been one of my most popular patterns since. The stitches used in this heart are very simple and so is the Celtic Knot pattern making it perfect for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. There is a video tutorial (link below) to help you weave the knot and step-by-step photos below. I also show you how to make each version – the keyring and the Christmas ornament. Which[Read more]

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Crochet Cable Scarf

Christmas Cabled Scarf Have you tried crochet cables? I had never heard of them until about 15 years ago and have been intrigued by them ever since. Most crochet cable stitches use post stitches to create the look of stitches passing over and under each other. A post stitch is when you work around the post (or stem) of a stitch (instead of working into the loops on top) – this creates texture because now your stitches pop-out in front[Read more]

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Crochet Snowflake

Crochet Snowflake Some of the first crochet projects I created when I was young were snowflakes – I love how lacy and how delicate they are. And I love how there are seemingly endless creative possibilities with them. This particular snowflake I sketched out last Christmas but didn’t get a chance to experiment with it and crochet the final project until I was away at my daughter’s regional dance competition this past November. The Celtic Trinity Snowflake The Celtic Trinity[Read more]

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DIY Yarn Ornament

DIY Yarn Ornament I love that our family has a tradition to be extra crafty at Christmastime! We love to create with our hands and always enjoy making a variety of Christmas-themed projects. Ornaments are my favorite projects to create this time of year. So, I came up with this very simple Pom-pom Sheep Ornament – in the photo above you see my crochet version but I’ve also included a template for you that uses felt (instead of crochet) so[Read more]

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Holiday Crochet Pattern Bundle

Fall is almost upon us with its cooler weather, changing colors, and maybe the kids back in school. But you know what I like most about Fall? It’s crochet weather! Time for warmer woolies, and maybe even some new patterns that I want to try out to make for myself or to give as gifts during the winter holidays. We always say we’re going to get a head start on our cold weather projects – this new bundle will help[Read more]

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