Are you looking to bring a little personality into your home? Crocheted home decor is perfect! It really shows off your talent, and who you are. So grab some Red Heart yarn and start creating some of these awesome patterns.
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Sand and Surf Throw by Cre8tion Crochet
“The Sand and Surf Throw is a free crochet afghan pattern that uses a fun motif to create squares which are then seamed together using an open weave join. This blanket is perfect to bring a little beach decor to your home.”
2) Corner-to-Corner Blanket in Half Double Crochet by Marly Bird
“…today I am sharing with you the basics on how to make a corner-to-corner blanket in half double crochet.”
3) Blooming Daydreams Throw Pillow by Yarnutopia
“In summer, we are surrounded by bright color and full blooms that inspire creativity. My Blooming Daydreams Throw Pillow is a menagerie of hues and texture used to create this whimsical cushion.”
4) ELEGANT FLORAL TABLE SCARF by Kim Guzman
This fillet crochet table scarf is sure to get noticed in your home!
5) Lily’s Garden Striped Granny Afghan by Simply Colectible
This fun granny stripe afghan can be color planned, or it can make a great stash buster!!
6) Cable Loop Crocheted Pillow by 5 Little Monsters
“I have been wanting to make a crocheted cable pillow for a long time, I even started one several months ago.”
7) Heart Coasters or Appliques by Jessie At Home
“This is a quick and simple crochet heart that has many uses. I like to sew them onto a piece of felt to make coasters. I use a sewing machine and stitch along the sc boarder. They can also be used as decorations on hats, scarves, skirts, purses, or whatever makes you happy!”
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