This updated version of the pattern I designed back in the late 90’s showcases the texture of post stitches to perfection. Fill this fall-like crocheted bowl with nuts for Thanksgiving that’s worked over a Cool Whip container. Add fall leaves and feel the harvest blessings!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet Thanksgiving turkey patterns! I love the Thanksgiving turkey patterns I’ve found ranging from coasters to wreaths to baskets to…
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet acorn patterns! From little acorns do mighty patterns come! LOL Seriously, acorns shout fall and I found some wonderful patterns to sweeten the fall season for Halloween or Thanksgiving!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in free crochet patterns for pumpkins! Who doesn’t love pumpkins, their color, texture, and shapes. They shout fall and not only did I find a beautiful pumpkin pineapple doily pattern, but a cute stuffed pumpkin, coasters, earrings and cup cozy to celebrate fall!
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!
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!
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.
We’re finishing up Thomas the Turkey this week! Yay! I hope you’ve enjoyed the CAL (crochet-a-long)! Remember you can make several of the tail feathers up to the last row and make placemats for a complete table setting. I’d love to see your finished projects!
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!
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!”
We are starting a brand new CAL (crochet-a-long) for this adorable turkey coaster holder. Meet Thomas the Turkey with ripple stitched tail feathers. Crochet coasters are rolled and tucked into each of the pockets and Thomas wouldn’t be complete without a top hat and scrawny legs! While you’re stitching, make up several “flat” tail feathers for placemats! This CAL will be three(3) weeks long.