This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet patterns for Halloween ghosts! Ghost coasters, ghost earrings, ghost lollipop cover, ghost scrubber, and a crochet ghost display! Don’t be spooked, come see what I found…
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet patterns for Halloween mummies! Hold on to your hats, bags and baskets, it’s Friday the 13th! Come my little pretties and see what I’ve found…he, he, he!
If you love Christmas, you’ll want to include this project for your Christmas celebrations! This festive peppermint candy pot cover can dress up a small poinsettia for gifting or for yourself. But that’s not all, you could also use it for cooking utensils in the kitchen! Create a fun project that will bring warmth and beauty to your home this Christmas!
Crochet a fun, quick, and easy mummy wrap for your morning cup of coffee on the go! The kids will love a hot chocolate on the go before school with their very own mummy wraps too! Enjoy the fun, enjoy the compliments and laughs!
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 Halloween candy corn patterns! These patterns are just way too cute! Candy corn earrings – hello – perfect for Halloween, not to mention the whimsical and fun candy corn scarf. This round up wouldn’t be complete with candy corn coasters, a banner, and almost life-like candy corn!
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!
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!
Crochet a fun seasonal towel ring for the bath or kitchen that’s functional and decorative. Use throughout the fall season for both Halloween and Thanksgiving! Add a color-coordinated towel that can be removed for easy laundering and you have a winner!
It’s always fun to work on a crochet-a-long together and this month (or for the next 3 weeks), we’ll be working on this adorable crinoline witch in a pumpkin wreath called “Midnight in the Pumpkin Patch!” Come join the fun…
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet towel topper patterns! We all can use these babies in the kitchen and/or bath. Bright and beautiful ways to hold towels and keep them handy whether they’re classic or for the holidays!
A simple gold star – a paper clip and you have an enchanting bookmark that’s perfect for your all star or Christmas. Why not the 4th! For whatever reason, this bookmark is easy, fun and pretty!
Crochet a fun and festive snowman this year which can be lit using battery operated Christmas lights! Fill with pine or apple scented potpourri for a fun and unique Christmas ornament that will fill your home with holiday cheer!