Easy Crochet Pocket Shawl

Have you seen all the crochet pocket shawls that are on the internet? There are so many! Of course, I just had to make my own version. 😉 Introducing the “Textured Trebles Pocket Shawl” made with Bernat’s Blanket yarn in Vintage White. This yarn is thick and super soft so your shawl will be fun to work up fast and keep you very warm. This is a beginner pattern that uses just single crochet and treble crochet stitches in a[Read more]

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Cable Crochet Cowl

Crochet Cables add great texture to your projects. They use what is called “post stitches” because you work around the ‘stem‘ of the next stitch, not into the top loops as usual. It takes a little getting used to but once you get the hang of it, you’ll be making beautiful cables in no time. This crochet cowl project, the Triple Braided Cowl, uses post stitches but just has a 2-row repeat. And across each row there are 3 sets[Read more]

Easy Crochet Infinity Scarf

Have you ever seen a skein of yarn in the store that is so pretty you just have to buy it right then and there? And, of course, you have no specific plans for it but you just gotta have it? 🙂 Well, that is what happened when I saw the yarn pictured below by Yarn Bee – their “Sugarwheel Cotton Sparkle” in the color “Just Relax” – ahhh. Pretty blues with the name “Just Relax” . . . .[Read more]

Easy Crochet Cord Keeper Pattern

Here is another mandala project that is very similar to the Mandala Driftwood Decoration (that you can see here) but this time it is combined with a practical purpose! This project is a cute keeper for all of your device cords. Charging cords and headphone cords often get lost or mangled and tangled. With this Mandala Cord Taco you can keep them tidy and safe so they work for a long time and are easy to find. Doesn’t it look[Read more]

Easy Colorful Crochet Scarf

Even though I receive a good amount of yarn in the mail directly from the manufacturer or distributor, it doesn’t mean that I still don’t like to look at and buy yarn in my local yarn shops and craft stores! In fact, being able to see the colors in real life and being able to touch and feel the yarn is very valuable – so much more fun than looking at it on a screen! So, when I was in[Read more]