Our sweet Valentine heart-shaped towel ring is the perfect accent piece for your kitchen or bath. Hang a small decorative towel which can be removed for easier laundering on the ring. Worked in yarn, it’s a quick project that’s decorative and useful!
Can there really be enough heart shaped coasters online? Nah! Here’s another version – make, gift, keep and love! It’s as simple as that…
Get ready for Valentines with hearts, hearts and more hearts! From kitchen and dining room projects to dainty earrings; there’s a little something for everyone to make their Valentine extra special!
With holiday baking and cooking, this scrubby will come in handy! Shaped like a Christmas ornament, it’s perfect for the holidays!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this placemat setting project. For a more informal and fun project, work in your home decor colors and omit the stocking silverware holder. Today I’m posting the last part, the napkin rings. Only two rounds and they’re so simple and fast, you can get them done in almost no time at all!
Ready for a Minutes-to-Make free pattern? These cute coasters are textured and remind me of Christmas ornaments. Make a set in Christmas colors for yourself or as a quick gift!
This fun and decorative crochet tea set is perfect for fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving! A cute teapot cozy looks like a real pumpkin! And the plant pot cover is a great way to add to your seasonal/holiday table and don’t forget the napkin rings! Over the course of the next three weeks, a pattern per week in the set will be published. For now, here’s your supply list!
Festive holly leaves adorn this textured cup cozy so you can enjoy your favorite hot beverage in style!
Another old pattern I’ve pulled from the carnage to resurrect… okay, so it’s an old pattern I pulled from the archive and updated. 😉 Adding a fun face and the words “boo” creates a fun decorative potholder to decorate your kitchen for Halloween!
After receiving this wonderful “encyclopedia” of Indispensable Stitch Collection for Crocheters I was beside myself looking through the wonderful samples of stitch combination after stitch combination! Which one should I work up, and what should I make – my fingers were literally itching to grab my hook and yarn! I hope you enjoy my take on the “Flying Geese” stitch combination for creating this handy and functional casserole cover!
Coasters are always such fun to stitch and are perfectly suited for gift giving. Pair with a set of mugs and it creates a lovely gift basket!
School is back in session here already, but I’m sure in many places it’s starting soon so I thought it would be fun to do projects in review that are perfect for this time of year!
I really love this yarn. It scrubs off dried or baked on food from pots and pans with ease and yet without scratching. I love it so much I decided to design a papaya with the zesty piquant color! Enjoy!
Oh, how I love packages in the mail. It makes me dance around with anticipation and then I have itchy fingers. Just itching to grab my hook and begin crocheting. When I received a package from Red Heart for their new scrubby yarns I immediately thought eggplant with the beautiful grape and since eggplants tend to have a sheen, the sparkly was perfect…