This beautiful cardigan is worked in a DK weight yarn, which works well with the bobble stitch to give you a beautiful texture.
These fingerless gloves are worked up in a dk weight yarn to allow for lots of lace and texture. On top of that, they work up quick, making them great for a last-minute gift or event.
This crochet snowflake pattern has so many uses for the holidays. It love the decoration as shown, but you could also use this in windows or on the tree.
This square is worked up in a dk weight yarn, making it great for baby blankets. It’s great on it’s own or mix it up with other squares.
This crochet cardigan is perfect for a jacket substitute in the spring and fall seasons. And in the winter, it’s great for everyday wear to keep you warm.
These adorable baby booties can be worked up with leftover yarns from other baby projects to make a cute set for a baby shower.
This adorable witch hat is perfect for your favorite hair clips. It’s great for everyone from baby photo shoots to dressing up for Halloween.
This hoodie is perfect for transitional weather. It’s an easy pattern worked up in a dk weight yarn.
The cowl is worked up using only one skein of yarn. It is a small cowl, but you can easily increase the size in the stitch multiple provided.
This crop top pattern is available in multiple women’s sizes. A matching skirt pattern is also available.
Make this crochet washcloth for yourself or make it as part of a spa set for gift-giving throughout the year.
This beginner-friendly striped baby blanket pattern uses just a few basic crochet stitches.
This boho crochet headband pattern is perfect for using up those scraps of leftover yarn.
Craft your way to sustainable living with this reusable crochet market bag.
This heart shape filet square pattern makes an almost square that is perfect to use as a dishcloth, coaster, for a baby blanket, shawl, scarf and more!
The Sera Cardigan is a lightweight and easy to layer sweater.
Crescent shawls are easier to tie than triangle shawls. Like triangle shawls, they can also be worn as scarves or shawls.
Make the intricately textured squares with this step by step guide featuring photos for each round so you can check your work.
This beautiful blanket will look great in any home! I love colors shown, but you can easily customize the colors to suit your home decor.
The Pinky Promise Crochet Hat has a slightly slouchy fit, thanks to an extra long brim and a cinched in crown.
This rainbow crochet scarf is a perfect accessory to inject a little bit of color into the darker days of winter.
This cute little zipper pouch measures approx 7” x 4.75”, a perfect size for storing crochet hooks, pens or other bits and bobs! It would also make a lovely gift.
The Twinkle Tank is sure to be your go-to summer tank top!
This mushroom blanket is perfect for all babies. It is shown here in a blue, but you can make the mushroom and the border in any color that you like!
Mariposa was given its name by some of the amazing artists in my local knit and crochet group because they said the shawl looks like a butterfly.
Here is the perfect scarf pattern for both men and women!
This double oven mitt lets you both hands, so no more scrambling for a second hot pad when you need to lift a heavy dish!
The Broken Rib Crochet Washcloth was inspired by my love for the broken rib knit stitch.
Here is a simple doll dress for your child’s fashion doll.
Here is a fun way to accessorize for the summer. Plus, it’s a great way to clean up your yarn stash as well.
Decorate your home with this gorgeous lacy and striped doily. My favorite is the gorgeous edging.
FREE crochet pattern for an Abby Scarf by Divine Debris.
This snowflake measures 4″ across from point to point.
This summery shawl is worked up in a light material using a lacy crocodile stitch pattern.