The Come Together Square crochet pattern is full of texture. Post stitches are used to create geometric awesomeness.
The Crochet Holiday Star is the first in my series of holiday décor patterns this week. Hang it on a door knob, in place of a wreath, or anywhere you want a little extra festivity.
This square poncho crochet pattern features an easy v-stitch with four increases giving the Penny Poncho a playful handkerchief hem.
The Blueberries and Cream crochet ruana shows off how differences can be beautiful. Two different weights of yarn are used to create a stylish look to this ruana wrap.
Dress up jeans and a tee, or accessorize your little black dress. The long fabric will flow beautifully in an evening breeze. There are so many ways to wear this garment, so grab a belt, a shawl pin, or just toss it on and show off your fabulousness!
That Witch is a crochet witch hat pattern written in four sizes so the whole family can join in the fun! Want a wizard hat? Just finish your hat off after the band. Changes colors or don’t as you wish. The color changes used in the sample are written into the pattern. For the sample a size 4 (worsted weight) yarn was used along with a decorative carry along thread to add some texture and sparkle to the hat. Now you and your squad can be the witches that everyone envies with the That Witch crochet witch hat.
The Cozy Spirit Scoody is warm, fashionable, warm, unique, spirited, and warm! Wrap yourself up in your school or team colors so even in layers people know who you stand for. With Knit Pal yarn your colors will be just right. The Cozy Spirit Scoody only takes 2 skeins of Knit Pal yarn, but if you get one or two more, you could add pockets on the bottom, make the scarf section wider, or even make matching mittens. Oh, or socks!