Celtic Knot Bracelet

Celtic Knot Bracelet Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, this Celtic Knot Bracelet is a great project for beginners and experienced crocheters alike. The only stitch you need to know is the single crochet stitch! This bracelet pattern uses a small amount of yarn and some simple jewelry techniques.  I created this design in honor of National Crochet Month in 2014 and it is still one of our most popular patterns 10 years later! I Love Crochet Jewelry I love[Read more]

Textured Sparkle Scarf

Textured Crochet Scarf This Textured Crochet Scarf shows that I am always drawn to metallic yarns. I love the sparkle and shimmer of the metallic threads next to the regular yarn texture especially when the metallic thread is the same color as the yarn.  When I was creating the Lacy Dog Collar project I looked all over for some red metallic yarn.  I found Red Heart’s With Love Metallic yarn and ordered it in red and this bright pink you[Read more]

7 Crochet Heart Patterns

This post contains affiliate links – to read our full disclosure policy, click  here. Crochet Heart Patterns I love hearts – Their simple and internationally recognizable shape is a classic sign of love and care.  I enjoy perusing Pinterest to see all of the different ways you can create the heart shape using a wide variety of mediums – paper, paint, mosaics, embroidery, natural items, clouds, food and, of course, crochet! This round-up of 7 crochet heart patterns shows how the[Read more]

Super Simple Cup Cozy

This post contains affiliate links – to read our full disclosure policy, click here. Super Simple Cup Cozy Here is my last quick cozy idea for you this week. This is a great project for beginners because it uses only the single crochet stitch but even if you are an experienced crocheter, you will find this a perfect project for a very quick last minute gift. Have any pretty buttons or large pendant-like beads in your craft stash? They would work[Read more]

Basket Weave Mug Cozy

This post contains affiliate links – to read our full disclosure policy, click here. Christmas is getting closer and time to make a gift is getting shorter but here is another idea for you!  This cozy uses a basket weave stitch that is made with front and back post stitches. Once you get the hang of working around the posts of stitches (see photos below), the stitch pattern works out quickly and nicely – this project only has 9 rows!  This[Read more]