This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet beach and picnic themed projects to include a fun crocheted checkerboard game mat for the kids to the prettiest spiral seashell bag. A little something to make the rest of your summer enjoyable and fun!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet for bridal decor patterns! Projects that range from setting the table to perfection to having beautiful gifts ready to send home with your guests…
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in functional crochet baskets! I love baskets of any kind but there’s just something so pretty in having a crochet basket filled with towels or other household items. They beautify, organize, and make life, well – better!
Embellish your crinolines with any of these sweet accessories! They are also so cute on the fridge as magnets and they make wonderful gifts for mom too!
This new little Duckling Easter basket would be ideal for toddlers in celebration of Easter. A sweet little duckling sits on the back half appearing as if he’s holding the basket right in his lap! Why not surprise a youngster or even a loved one residing in a rest home with this adorable basket filled with goodies. Week 3 instructions now posted (a day early)!
Here we go – Battle of the Stitches, Round 13! I love spring for its new beginnings, in life and in general! I tend to think of flower blossoms, the scent of jasmine as it permeates the air, birds singing and calling to one another, pastels and celebrations. Celebrations like Battle of the Stitches, Round 13 Blog Hop Event!
The cute little egg baskets are quick to stitch and are adorable. Create an Easter tree and hang these little cuties for the children or grandchildren!
Worked in post stitches and pastels this petite Easter basket flows almost seamlessly together for a pretty basket that can easily be filled with candy or other goodies! Make a basket for each child changing the colors slightly – pink and white for a girl or blue and white for a boy if desired.
This is the last post for our Easter basket. This section includes the lace edging, attaching it, the trim and embellishing your basket. I hope you’ve enjoyed this free Easter basket and presenting it in a crochet-a-long. I’m always excited over new projects and would love to hear from you and see your pictures. If you post your images to Ravelry or Facebook, I ask that you please tag me. Feedback is important to me. Thank you!
We’re now starting part 2 of the instructions! This section contains the instruction for prepping your container, working the handle and the joining. I would love to see some pictures of your progress!
Our sweet Easter basket fridgie is a great way to adorn your fridge for Easter! Brush up on your stitches or learn new ones if you haven’t already tried post stitches and reverse single crochet. Both stitches create a basket-like appearance with texture you’ll love. And the egg ornaments? You’ll enjoy my pattern review here!
We are starting our first week of instruction for this adorable Easter basket. The look of a honeycomb style stitch using yarn works up fast – and that’s where we begin!
Are you ready to begin this brand new CAL for this adorable Easter basket? This is our introduction post to list the materials and information needed to begin this new CAL! Let’s go!
This is an older pattern I recently updated and increased the size to hold regular Post It notes. The original version of the pattern held mini Post It notes. These are so cute for Easter, Mother’s Day, or spring and are nice to include with a small gift for any of these holidays and/or occasions.
Our pretty thread Easter basket is so delicate and lacy! Trimmed in baby’s breath, silk flowers and ribbon bows, it creates the lovliest Easter decor! Fill with fake grass and Easter candy to the delight of all.
Our thread vintage-style Easter basket boasts lots of frilly ruffles. Pack with fake grass and pile with Easter candy for the kid in all of us… Worked with a filet-type design and shells to add character. It’s easier than you think and half the fun is molding this basket to perfection!