How cute is this little guy? I found Repeat After Me this morning when looking around for some new crafting blogs and I’m pretty impressed! Sarah, the brains behind Repeat After Me has Crock pot recipes, crochet stuff, craft stuff and lots of fun activities for you and the kids. Click here for the pattern and don’t forget to check out some of the other fun stuff around the site!
Archive for Free Patterns
So cool, so cute! Make a little someone a pair of these adorable kitty ears! I’m sure the pattern can easily be adapted for an adult too if there are no little someone’s currently available (^_^). Click here for the full pattern.
The chevron wrap over at Moogly Blog is one of her most popular patterns and we are all so lucky that she’s shared a how-to video for us to crochet along with! For additional information about the pattern, to contact Moogly Blog or to just say hello and raise her visit count, click here!
I can’t believe it’s October already! Time to get into the spirit of things around here with this adorable scarecrow pattern from Makezine. Click here for the free pattern!
Moogly has shared some truly spectacular Halloween patterns for us to try! Personally I’m thinking of making about a hundred of those pumpkins and the candy corn bunting may just go on my door. Click here for the list of patterns and links.
Moogly shares yet another amazing how-to with this instructional video on making the ripple stitch; watch below!
Isn’t this gorgeous! I love the pattern and the color combo and I think that this could be pulled off really well mixed in with solid squares in each of the colors found within this multicolored square! Maybe a diagonal stripe layout like an old school quilt. Click here to try the pattern for yourself!
Giant yarn, jewelry, spikes, crochet hook and my own two hands, what better combination out there could there possibly be? Lebenslustiger has a great blog name, yes, but also this so super cool project for which I’m literally ordering giant yarn of my own RIGHT NOW. Click here for the pattern and links to where you can purchase your own giant yarn.
I love poufs! They’re perfect for rainy days in front of the fire or the window with a glass of whatever you like best and some good music (^_^). They’re also great for just about everything else sitting and or lounging related! Pickles has shared her pattern for this magical pouf with us and you should definitely check out the site since there’s a ton of really great projects on there! Click here for the pouf pattern.
I am a NUT for handbags! It’s kind of an illness at this point, but with therapy, the support of friends and family and only buying purses at Goodwill… Ok, that’s a little more extreme than the actual reality, but I do love handbags and if there’s one thing I love more than buying new handbags, it’s making them! As soon as I saw this bag I knew that I had to share and since I have enough cotton thread around my house to open my own store, it’s high time I started making more cool things with it. Click here for this great pattern and tutorial.