This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet patterns for Halloween spiders…. creepy, crawly, scary! Yikes…but so much fun too. Ranging from garlands to magnets, there’s a little eight-legged wonder waiting just for you!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet autumn leaf patterns! Just look what you can make with these great patterns! Dishcloths, washcloths, hotpads, runners, coasters – the list goes on!
If you can’t have the real thing – then our cute tea service fridgie set is the perfect choice. Instead of setting the table, decorate the fridge with 5 dainty pieces to include teacup and saucer, creamer and sugar bowl, and the teapot!
Stitch up a cute little mouse fridgie with big pink ears and a long tail. Stitch either in gray or lt brown, use coral or pink for the ears. She’s sure to please!
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!
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!
June brings a lot of special occasions and events including Father’s Day, graduations, and summer vacations. But June is also special for June brides. I’ve collected various free patterns from the blog that would be ideally suited for a June wedding – or really, any wedding whether it’s in December or June!
I designed this pineapple swan for my mom quite a few years ago. She loved fridgies and had quite a few of my designs plastered on the fridge. Fond and precious memories that will last me a life time.
I’m releasing my Bunny Fridgie with Apron Pouch pattern! This whimsical crochet bunny fridgie includes an apron pouch to hold treats or messages for the youngsters! A quick project that will dress your fridge for Easter and add a bit of fun to your child’s day.
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!
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.
I had a request last Thanksgiving to bring back the pilgrim fridgies, but I just didn’t have it in my heart at that time, to rework these, even though I had started the girl. This year, I felt the nudge to pull this pattern up again and retry. I hope you enjoy the pair. The Pilgrim girl can be found here.
I had a request last Thanksgiving to bring back the pilgrim fridgies, but I just didn’t have it in my heart at that time, to rework these, even though I had started the girl. This year, I felt the nudge to pull this pattern up again and retry. The Pilgrim Boy will be delivered next Monday! Enjoy!
This super easy, super quick and fun chocolate sandwich cookies pattern can be used as play food, a magnet or even a coaster – be sure to use caution due to height if using as a coaster!
You might find this fun memo holder representing an old school house chalkboard fun to use as the family prepares for back to school – or simply to remind you of simpler days gone by. Easy to stitch and even better, the apple can be made separate for an additional fridgie!
Cute and adorable spring hats are more than just fridgies and more than sachets – they’re both! But best of all, they’re perfect for spring and are just the right touch whether they’re little gifts or for yourself.
Work a pair of bright red lips for Valentines. The kids will get a kick out of them dressing up the fridge. Worked in thread, you could place one in a special card or create pins to wear!