Celtic Knot Square – FREE crochet pattern

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 2021 CAL fun! I have enjoyed seeing each square so far this year – it is amazing how you can make so many squares with the same yarn! This is square[Read more]

Crochet Wall Hanging

(Entering the giveaway? Click on “Read More” below to read the full post and scroll down to the end to leave a comment – thank you for stopping by!) I love the look of macrame and knots so I thought it would be fun to create this unique wall hanging that looks like the popular macrame wall hangings for the June 2021 issue of Crochet World. You can purchase an instant digital download of this magazine here. Click here to[Read more]

Crochet Garden Mandala

If you’ve visited this blog before, you already know that I love to crochet mandalas. (You can see a bunch of my mandala patterns here) I also love flowers and being outside in a garden. When my daughters were little they loved making Fairy Houses and Fairy Gardens among the blossoms in our garden beds and now my nieces (ages 5 and 2) love to play and create in their Fairy Garden. Have you ever made a Fairy House and/or[Read more]

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is just 2 days away but there still is time to make a special and meaningful gift for Mom! Here’s a list of FREE home decor and jewelry patterns that would make great gifts for Mom – Click on each title to see the pattern – Many also come with a video tutorial(You can see ALL of my FREE patterns here): 1.  Super Simple Cup Cozy -Great beginner project and uses a fun embellishment 2.  Celtic Knot Bracelet – So unique and quick! 3.  Spring[Read more]

Easy Prayer Square

Have you heard of “Prayer Squares“? For several years I had heard about Prayer Shawls and thought it was a wonderful way to show love and compassion to someone who is going through a rough time. Crocheters and knitters spend their free time working on special shawls (often in groups that meet regularly) so they are always ready to give a shawl to someone who is sick, going through chemotherapy, mourning a loved one or feeling alone. I considered making[Read more]