In between all the sweaters I’ve been making, I’ve been making these cute little guys from 53 stitches. You can find her free patterns here (https://53stitches.tumblr.com/patterns). She’s so talented! Advertisements
There’s something so fun about making dreamcatchers. I made these for a recent craft fair and wanted to showcase them here as well. They’re freeform. If you know the basics of crocheting, they’re not too difficult to make. With these, I tried to incorporate flowers to give them a more spring/summer feel.
In case you’ve been curious about fair isle, here is a free pattern for a cushion which showcases a diamond pattern. And if you’re looking for more of a challenge, visit my etsy (naluknits.etsy.com) and take a look at my Lotus Cushion. Pattern Notes: This cushion is knit in one piece, starting with the back to… Read More Diamond Fair Isle Cushion
Materials Needed: US 9 16″ circular needles US 10.5 16″ circular needles 1 skein DK weight yarn Gauge: 6 sts x 7 sts = 2″ Finished size: 18″ x 3.5″ Abbreviations: CO: cast-on K: knit P: purl BO: bind off Pattern Instructions: CO 64 sts with US 9 circular needles. Join at beginning, being sure… Read More Basic Headband
I can’t believe I’m just discovering tunisian crocheting!! Where has this been for the last however many years I’ve been crocheting?!?! I originally started this scarf with a extra wide chunky scarf in mind, but quickly realized I wouldn’t be able to achieve that with one skein of yarn. So… cowl scarf it is! The… Read More Tunisian Crocheted Cowl Scarf
Who doesn’t have a soft place in their heart for the lovable creature, Totoro! I had leftover cotton yarn from another project and after thinking about what I could make with it, I decided to try to make an amigurumi Totoro! It was such a fun project! Materials: 1 skein Lion Brand Cotton-Ease yarn (light… Read More Totoro
I wanted to send a little extra something with my shipments this month so I came up with this sweet little pattern. So cute and so simple… and easy to make with leftover yarn. Body of bowtie Co 7 sts onto US 9 needles R1: k R2: p Continue for 12 rows total then BO.… Read More Knit Bowtie HairTie