Pinecrest Cowl-A Free Pattern


If you don’t know already, Salty Pearl Crochet and the Unraveled Mitten are hosting a Christmas Hat CAL! I’m one of the participating designers, and we were asked to possibly design matching accessories to our hats. After thinking for a bit I came to the conclusion that a cowl and earwarmer (future post) would be perfect matching items for this set! My beanie will go live on 8/8 with the earwarmer shortly after. Keep an eye out so you can make the whole set!  Continue reading Pinecrest Cowl-A Free Pattern


CLICK for Babies Newborn Beanie-A Free Pattern


If you are a parent, I know that you must be familiar with those heartwarming first moments after you bring your newborn home from the hospital..those moments when you look down into your baby’s eyes and know that your life is perfect…the times when the only thing that will put them to sleep is cuddling against your chest. You have tons work to do but you still stay put and enjoy those moments of pure joy.  Continue reading CLICK for Babies Newborn Beanie-A Free Pattern

Picking Posies Face Scrubby-A Free Pattern


When designing the Picking Posies Washcloth for the CAL Central Crochet Along, I ended up have plenty of yarn leftover to play with even after making 4 different washcloths. I thought it would be a great idea to make some matching face scrubbies to go with the washcloths! Putting the 2 together would make such a great set for gifts. You can find the matching washcloth pattern here. Continue reading Picking Posies Face Scrubby-A Free Pattern

Picking Posies Washcloth-A Free Pattern


I was so happy to be offered a slot in the most recent CAL Central Crochet-Along! Every Monday from June 18th through August 20th, 2018 several designers will share a new pattern for a free washcloth or dishcloth (to me they are the same thing but used in different rooms! hehe) For this CAL Cascade Yarns graciously provided the designers with yarn support, so all of the washcloth patterns are designed using Cascade Ultra Pima or Ultra Pima Paints. This was my first time working with this yarn, and I loved how smooth and soft it was. It worked up so wonderfully! Continue reading Picking Posies Washcloth-A Free Pattern

Crochet Mitten Drive-Faux Cabled Mittens

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Every Spring and Fall since Fall 2015 a group of designers have come together to design patterns that crocheters can easily make and donate to the charity or location of their choice. This fall 9 designers have joined together to design 10 different mitten patterns! I’ve included a list of the designers participating in this event at the end of my post along with the dates when you can expect their pattern to be available. Please come join our Charity Drive Facebook group to keep updated on all of the patterns and to share your finished makes! Continue reading Crochet Mitten Drive-Faux Cabled Mittens

Sheep Sensory Ball-A Free Pattern

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I am happy to be joining the Crochet Charity Drive hosted by Sonya of Blackstone Designs again. Every season a group of designers get together and design patterns that they post for free on their blogs whether it be a forever free pattern or free for the entire season that that particular charity drive is active. The hopes of having them free is that people will use these patterns and then donate the finished items to a charity of their choosing. The theme this time was “Toys.”  Continue reading Sheep Sensory Ball-A Free Pattern

NatCroMo 2017

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March is National Crochet Month! Although I like to celebrate crochet almost every single day, this month makes it an excuse to enjoy it a bit more! 😉 Tons of designers and fiber businesses have come together with Crochetville for the NatCroMo Blog Tour! This is my first year participating with Crochetville, and I am so happy to be doing so. Be sure to check out Crochetville’s Blog every day this month as they are featuring several designers and other crafty fiber friends each day! Continue reading NatCroMo 2017

Santa Giftcard Holder-A Free Patten

I know that when it comes to gifts, some people are just so hard to buy for! Gift cards are definitely the easiest option if you ever get stumped. This Santa Gift Card Holder is a great way to spice up the gift of a gift card (those plain envelopes that they come with aren’t so festive)! They are super quick to work up and do not use a lot of yarn at all, making them perfect for scrap yarn in your stash! Stick with a red for the main color to keep the Santa theme, or switch to a green for an Elf version! There is also an option to make this into an ornament to hang on the tree-great for little notes to Santa from the kids! These also fit $1 scratch offs really well too!! Continue reading Santa Giftcard Holder-A Free Patten