Jessie shares her patterns on her website and also sells some patterns through Craftsy, Etsy and Ravelry. I thought I’d round up some of the crochet patterns and tutorials that she’s published so far in 2015 for you to enjoy today.
St. Patrick’s Day is the next big holiday on the calendar. If you like to crochet for every holiday then get your hooks ready to make some crochet clovers. They’re the most iconic St. Patrick’s day symbol to crochet
It’s always amazing to me how many terrific original crochet patterns are published each week around the web on the various blogs that today’s designers make available. A lot of these patterns are even offered for free. Here is a roundup of 84 free crochet patterns that were all published on blogs in the last five weeks.
I recently published a post rounding up 20+ crochet heart patterns. But that was just the tip of the pattern iceberg so I thought I’d do a second crochet heart pattern post today. Hearts are great for Valentine’s Day decor, accessories and gifts but can also be used all throughout the year for bunting, appliqués and other items. Bookmark these if you envision making crochet hearts anytime this year!
With Valentine’s Day around the corner I couldn’t help but do a roundup of patterns for crochet hearts. The great thing about these, though, is that they aren’t holiday-specific; you can make crochet hearts all year long! Crochet hearts are great as appliqués, bunting, coasters, gift tags, yarnbombs and more.
Before we head into 2015, we’re taking a look back at all things crochet that were posted on this blog in 2014. Here’s the roundup of all of the crochet pattern roundups on the blog.
There are some crochet patterns that defy standard categories so today’s roundup is the catchall collection of top unique crochet patterns.