Elegant Easter Eggs

Crochet Easter Eggs These Crochet Easter Eggs remind me of when I was first learning crochet stitches. I practiced with a variety of thread crochet projects back then – I love how the thread is simple and really lets the crochet stitches be the star. So, when I am thinking about a small and delicate project, I always go back to thread. I had been wanting to design a new Crochet Easter Egg project and spent quite a bit of[Read more]

Mini Puppy Rose

Mini-Puppy Rose For a couple of months now I have been having fun experimenting with velvet yarn. Some of the projects I have made with this yarn are posted here on the blog: Red Rose Pin and the Easy Velvety Infinity Scarf. Have you tried crocheting with velvet yarn yet? – Sometimes it is called “chenille” and can come in various thicknesses. I love how it is soft and thick and gives a lot of dimension to your crocheted projects.[Read more]

Easy Velvety Infinity Scarf

Easy Velvety Scarf This Easy Velvety Scarf is fun to crochet and wear! Bernat’s Velvet Yarn (by Yarnspirations) is sooooo soft and easy to crochet with. I love how it feels while crocheting and how it feels around my neck. This yarn comes in some beautiful colors and in large skeins which is plenty to make this project. I ❤ velvet yarn so much that I have created several projects with it that you can see here. (This post includes[Read more]

Easy Shimmer Mandala

Easy Shimmer Mandala This is one of my favorite projects to crochet. I designed this decoration for CGOA’s (Crochet Guild of America) Chain Link Conference and Yarn Bomb in honor of their 25th Anniversary. See photos of the Yarn Bomb here. If you’ve stopped by our blog before you might have noticed that I love to crochet and design mandalas. This mandala is very similar to the White Mountain Mandala Rock Cozy and works up almost as quickly! It uses[Read more]

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]