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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

DIY Hand-dye yarn at home...

with just a few readily available supplies and tools! Instructions are available on Darn Good Yarn's blog:

Friday, November 10, 2017

Free crochet Turkey pattern...

available on Craftsy...

Mr. Turkey (revised

Click on the picture to get the FREE pdf pattern!

All Craftsy classes for $19.99

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Fall Wreath to crochet...

This FREE Red Heart pattern came crossed my Facebook feed and I just had to share:

Click on picture to download pattern!

This is a perfect "take with you" project as the pieces are small. You probably have enough worsted weight yarn in your stash to complete this wreath in time for your Fall decorating!

Woodland Wildlife in Filet Crochet
from: Leisure Arts, Inc.

A Year of Afghans, Book 17
from: Leisure Arts, Inc.

Friday, August 25, 2017

Rainbow Sprinkles the Unicorn...

Amigurumi To Go just posted an adorable unicorn pattern and it is FREE! Little girls just love unicorns and this one is adorable and would make a great gift for a little one!

To get the free pattern, visit Amigurumi To Go by clicking on the above picture.

Friday, August 18, 2017

George, the Giant Bunny!

I just received an email from Premier Yarns with some wonderful FREE patterns. I just had to share George, the Giant Bunny with my crochet friends.

Isn't he absolutely wonderful?

"FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approx 45” from toe to top of head.

MATERIALS Premier® Yarns Toy Box™ (100% Acrylic; 100g/109 yds) • #1056-08 Wiffle Ball – 10 balls

Hook: Size US L-11 (8mm) crochet hook, or size to obtain gauge.

Notions: Stitch marker, 2 safety eyes or buttons, polyester fiberfill, tapestry needle

GAUGE: Gauge is not critical for this project. Work tightly to ensure that the stuffing will not show through the stitches.


• The bunny is worked in continuous rounds; do not join at the ends of rounds. Use a stitch marker to mark the first stitch of each round and move the marker as each round is completed."

• Stuff the body, head, arms, and legs as work progresses. Do not stuff the ears. •

When fastening off, always leave a tail 12-18” long for sewing. 

I know a certain young one in my life that would love George!

To download the FREE pattern, click on George's picture.