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Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop: Free Crochet Patterns, Giveaway, and a Bundle of Fun!

Hey there my awesome crafty crochet friends, guess what? The Countdown to Christmas Blog Hop has started, so come join the fun!

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This event celebrates the Christmas holiday season and features a  different crochet designer every day for 4 weeks.  That means you can get one new free PDF for a holiday inspired crochet  pattern each day for the entire month of October!

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Snow Folx – Upcycled Snowmen for Christmas in July

Upcycled Snow Folx can be made from crafty items you most likely already have in your stash. See what you have and then get creative! Maybe you don’t have as many buttons for hats, but you have pipe cleaners or little ribbon flowers. You could even use some clay to make hats, or yarn to make scarves. Just poke through your stash and have fun!

Snow Folx - Upcycled Snowmen for Christmas in July by Jessie At Home - Pin 1

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Bunny Booty Bunting – Have some fun this Easter!

Bunny Booty Bunting is a great way to decorate with a giggle for the Easter season. It’s adorable and fun and can be made as long or short as you like. The bunnies are crocheted in one piece (other than the pom pom tail). They are then joined onto the crochet ribbon as it’s made. This project is a great way to use up leftover yarn from other projects if you aren’t able to get the suggested yarn. 🙂

Bunny Booty Bunting crochet pattern by Jessie At Home - Pin 3
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Origami Bunny Head – Fun for all ages!

The Origami Bunny Head Pattern is super simple to make, so it’s great for kids and beginners. Turn them into holiday bunting, attach them to cards or presents, stick a few in with candy, or so many other ideas! You can use them in class gifts if you’re trying to stay away from food. Use different size paper to make these cuties in any size! You will find the written and pictorial pattern for the Origami Bunny Head below.

Bunny Head Origami Tutorial by Jessie At Home

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