FREE crochet pattern for an Easter Lily by Moogly.
This beautiful Valentine heart ear warmer will not only warm your ears, but your heart as well.
This button pattern is available in written form, and also comes with a left and right-handed video tutorial.
This Eloise bonnet is available in baby and toddler sizes.
Here is a video tutorial on how to crochet the Eloise baby sweater designed by Moogly.
This beautiful textured cowl looks cozy enough to wear even in the coldest winter weather.
Look no further than this polka dot border for your next blanket.
This buffi beanie pattern is available in 3 sizes including women’s small, medium and large.
The cheerful colors in this infinity scarf are sure to brighten your day.
This tutorial shows how to use the tight braid join to join your squares as you go.
Instructions are given for a baby blanket, but I think it would look lovely in a regular sized afghan as well.
This mini bunting pattern by Moogly can be used in a number of ways.
If I’m not mistaken, this is the Jacob’s Ladder, or at least very similar.
Learn how to crochet the dropped doubles stitch pattern with this video tutorial and chart by Moogly.
A photo and video tutorial showing how to crochet in the third loop. The technique results in a knit-like crocheted fabric.
This stylish beanie is available in 3 sizes to fit teens to adults.
This is the video tutorial on how to crochet the vintage wobble afghan by Moogly.
Here is a fun way to give money to your children as they lose their teeth.
These long stitches are so cool! They’re so perfect for crocheted tops, curtains and even afghans or squares.
This bag is almost too pretty to use as a market tote. I would personally use this as a purse, but at the same time, it’ll be nice to carry your market findings home in a styling crocheted bag.
I just love the stitch pattern and fun color design on this case.
What’s not to love about this pretty two-toned bag set.
This adorable whale tissue box cover is perfect in any child’s room or on a desk. It’s great creativity as well as a friendly way of saying ‘get well’.