What a beautiful journey we’ve been on, looking at crochet in 2016. We have reviewed crochet art, books, designers, fashion and health. But now we are at the part most people really want to check out: CROCHET PATTERNS.
Giving some sponsor love to the awesome Jessie At Home who has kindly helped support this blog for the past year. She is a terrific crochet designer who offers many of her designs for free. Here are some of her newest crochet patterns.
Last year my sister traveled around the United States in a vintage 1970’s VW Bus named Scarlet. She’s settled into a job and home now but that bus will be a part of her identity for a long time to come. I’ve been looking at things that I can crochet for her to symbolize this time. Here are some of the best VW bus crochet patterns I’ve come across in my searching.
There are so many different occasions that would be perfect for crocheting star motifs. Christmas immediately comes to mind, of course, but stars work for nurseries, birthdays, Fourth of July and “just because”. Here are more than 20 star crochet patterns, including simple star motif appliqués and detailed star-rich projects.
Jessie at Home is one of my favorite blog sponsors in large part because she creates terrific (often free) crochet patterns that I’m authentically happy to share with others.
I’ve been looking back at my earliest link love crochet posts from several years ago when I didn’t even include photos in the roundups. I noticed that there are a lot of great crochet patterns buried in those links, so I decided to pull some of those out for us to take a look at today.
Here are ten sets of crochet patterns (meaning more than twenty individual patterns) for you to enjoy crafting.