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!
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!
There are so many wonderful ways to display crochet but one of my favorites is “doubling” up! All rules are meant to be broken right? In my book, if you like the way it looks, then that’s all that counts!
Need some inspiration to trim the gifts? Using candy not only adds a unique touch, but provides the recipients with a second little gift in the process! Here are some ideas…
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!
Often the excitement to open a gift comes from the packaging itself. Why not create a gift bag that delights someone even before they pull out the real gift? This sweet and simply bag boasts cinnamon sticks for an added holiday delight.
Larger crochet patterns need more time, so I decided to put together a round up of larger or more time consuming free Christmas patterns. And the best part is, not only are they free, but you still have enough time to get them stitched!
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!
As part of the Facebook Group, Designers Potpourri, we’re stitching an angel for Christmas! Week 4 instructions for our angel are now posted!
Festive holly leaves adorn this textured cup cozy so you can enjoy your favorite hot beverage in style!
I was wondering…what can I design for Mother’s Day that’s small and worked in thread? Coasters came to mind. I love texture and I love defying the traditional “always work in the previous rnd idea” that keeps the boundaries – tight. By stitching in the previous rnd and then working in a round or two below that – it adds dimension to a piece. And did I mention, it’s fun!
I’m shamelessly showcasing all my quick to make Christmas projects! We’re wrapping up our Christmas in July Blog Hop Event and I wanted to share all these quick projects to give you a headstart on the holidays. Don’t forget, pattern books and packs are on sale right now, but they won’t be for long!
With this versatile snowflake pattern you’ll find you can use any yarn and appropriate hook you prefer. Stitch an ornament, an embellishment, or a fridgie. One could even make a garland or swag by crocheting the tips of snowflakes together as they go. The choice is yours!