FREE crochet pattern for a Chunky Ribbed Cowl by Little Monkeys Crochet.
Little Monkeys Crochet ~ Designer Showcase
Hello! I’m a work-at-home, 30-something mama of two of the most precious boys on the planet (Sam is 4, Isaiah is 2); wife to my best friend, Zack, a pastor; and completely imperfect child of God, who gives me the grace I desperately need to navigate this crazy life.
I sort of stumbled into the world of crochet. I’ve been a graphic designer for most of my adult life; but spending hours upon hours staring at a computer screen can get old, and I’ve always wanted a hobby that didn’t require such a consuming relationship with my MacBook. A couple of years ago, a friend asked me to design a web site for her crochet business. I couldn’t help but get excited when I looked at all the beautiful and fun creations she was making. So, when I finished that site, I decided to learn crochet for myself. My original goal was to be able to save some money by hand-making Christmas presents for my family members. By the time I was done, I was smitten with my new hobby. (I owe so much to that friend, who answered no less than a bazillion questions during the learning process and encouraged me all along the way.)
Fast forward a couple of years, and I’m now the owner of my own Etsy shop (www.etsy.com/shop/littlemonkeyscrochet). I’ve discovered that I LOVE making my own patterns, and I want to share some of them with you! I find beauty in simplicity, even as a crochet pattern designer, and I love to design modern patterns that will inspire newbies and seasoned crocheters alike.
FREE crochet pattern for The Never Ending Wildflower by Little Monkeys Crochet.
FREE crochet pattern for a Buttoned Throw Pillow by Little Monkeys Crochet.
This dishcloth is not only easy enough for a beginner to master, but it also has a pretty texture to it.
This cheerful flower afghan is great for staying warm as well as for decorating a home.
The bag is not only perfect for the market, but you could also use it as stylish purse.
This chunky ribbed scarf is not only perfect for the fashionista, but it works up super quick and easy as well.
This infinity scarf pattern not only has a beautiful texture, but it’s also cozy,
This gorgeous cowl works up quick and easy due to a super bulky yarn.
This cowl is crocheted in rows and then sewn together.
This infinity scarf is crocheted with single crochet stitches, so it’s the perfect pattern for beginners to start off with.
This is a nice solid afghan square crocheted with basic stitches.
This simple, yet pretty preemie hat will be much appreciated by all preemie babies and their mothers.
Here is an adorable sock monkey hat for children.
This polar bear hat is for free in the baby size. If you want larger sizes you can get them for a small price on Ravelry.
A pretty and simple beanie pattern for newborn baby girls and baby boys.
A pretty headband that can be worn to hold your hair back, or to keep your ears warm!
Here is a stylish slouchy hat for preteens and women.
This looks like a super simple hat to crochet for the man in your life.
These mug cozies are great for keeping your tea and coffee warmer longer.
The style of this cowl is great for any season, and any outfit.