Making crochet items for kids can be so gratifying. The projects are usually quick to make. They are always super cute. And they can be gifted to kids you know or to charity and either way it warms your heart. Here are more than 35 2015 crochet patterns for kids’ items including slippers, blankets, hats, cowls and more.
Summer varies from place to place. I’m originally from Arizona, where summers meant cars got so hot that you burned your hand on the steering wheel if you weren’t careful. I’m living in San Francisco where the wind whips in summer and it’s often the coldest time of year here. Wherever you live, you might find the need for a summer shawl, or you might want to start crafting one now for autumn. Here are fourteen crochet shawl patterns to consider:
It’s always fun to crochet scarves and cowls. They’re usually quick to work up and don’t typically take up too much yarn but you can still get a lot of satisfaction from them with interesting stitch patterns and color choices. Here are 12 more crochet scarf and cowl patterns designed by various people in 2015.
Make yourself something special using any of these beautiful crochet patterns for jewelry and accessories. You’ll find patterns for bracelets, necklaces, rings, headbands, purses and more.
Why make just one item in crochet when you can make a pattern set for matching items that are designed to go together? Here are more than twenty different matching pattern sets to help you make a huge range of items.
My home is covered in crochet blankets and towels and coasters. But I kind of feel like you can never have too much crochet in your home. That’s what I’ve rounded up more than 20 new crochet patterns for items for your home. Enjoy!
I had planned to resume my Link Love posts this week but to be honest the only blogs I’ve been reading this week are related to Wink of A Creative Being. As you may have seen, I posted earlier this week about the shock and fear I experienced when learning about her suicide. Then I launched #MandalasForMarinke in the hopes that we can generate some positivity out of this tragedy, support each other in a creative way, honor her amazing work, raise awareness about depression and create an outlet for the many feelings that crafters who knew her online are experiencing. So this week I’ll share links to her crochet mandala patterns in place of the usual Link Love.