This is the second pattern in our Autumn Harvest Pumpkin Tea Set; the plant pot cover which is worked in post stitches and adorned with leaves. It’s a great way to dress up your houseplants for fall or Thanksgiving. Or if you have Thanksgiving away from home, why not gift the hostess with mum and this pretty cover!
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!
Going to a Halloween party or just a quick neighborhood get together? This fun Dracula cape for the wine bottle is a great way to gift the hostess!
We are finishing our little decorative Halloween witch this week. I’m sorry the project is a bit late in being posted. I hope you enjoyed the CAL and would love to see pictures of how you use your little witch in decorating for Halloween! Updated October 12th.
Stitch up a passel of ghost lollipop covers and place in a setting! They’re fun grouped together and the kids will get a kick out of their Halloween ghosts!
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!
A new take on an old design. I’ve updated the pattern and changed the stitch for the body to create a more textured look with a tighter weave. A comical and fun ghost accents the front while orange outlines the handles. Stitch up a few for your brood!
Stitch up a spook-tacular bookmark for one of the little ones in your life for Halloween! Worked in filet, this cute bookmark says; “boo” and the tassel ends with a not-so-mean looking spider!
A recent request for this potholder that I designed years back was the deciding factor in bringing it back. Updated instructions with a new larger and better image make it even better than before! For a functional potholder, use cotton! And if you want a fun potholder for summer – work in dark brown for a “chocolate pie!”
I love almost everything about fall; the colors, the pumpkins, the gold leaves on the trees and even the scent of fall like there’s a crispness to the air. It was only natural to design a pumpkin cup cozy. Just think how much fun it will be to drink those seasonal coffee drinks too!
Part 6 is purely optional. I’m offering ideas to help make this a faster, easier doily should you want to make more, or sell them. And of course the fun part is the link party! Be sure to add an image of your doily below using the blue button to upload the image from your computer or site online. I’d love to see the beautiful doilies you’ve made!
Yay, we’re starting part 5. We’re wrapping up the doily this week and I know many of you have been anxious to finish. There will be one last week but only to serve as options to this doily for making it faster and easier if desired. I hope you’ve enjoyed crocheting a long and that this doily will bring joy to your Halloween festivities. Thank you for joining me!
Stitch up a set of our frightening spider coasters for your Halloween celebration today. Watch the fun and laughs begin!
Yay, we’re starting part 4. The exciting pineapple section that could be tombstones? I love pineapples and working them in black makes this section dramatic and fun. Having problems seeing your work though? Place a white towel in your lap to help better see the stitches.
We’re moving on to part 3 of our Pumpkin Patch Halloween Doily! Quite honestly, this part is a tad bit on the boring side but so well worth the effort. When we move on next Wednesday it’s going to get exciting again – yay!
We’re moving on to part 2 of our Pumpkin Patch Halloween Doily! I hope you’re enjoying the CAL – remember new parts are delivered every Wednesday!