I'm just learning to crochet, and I can't get enough! I've spent precious Netflix time searching for crochet patterns for beginners instead of actually watching the show, and there's no end in sight. Here are a few of the patterns I've found and I can't wait to try. Eep! (To see the pattern and instructions, give the image a tap.)
This would be so cute for a little baby boy (bowtie) or on a little girl's headband!
Wouldn't these make darling hand-made holiday gifts?
I'll take one set of citrus (limes, lemons, and oranges) please!
If you started making a garland now, imagine how long - and cute! - it would be by Christmas.
I'm not sure where I would use this, or when, but aren't these pineapples just darling?
Make the coasters, then make a bunch of them to use as a doily or table runner to match.
Make one in yellow, for a little boy on Easter!
I'd make these in pink, white, and red.
Make them for back to school, and then again for Easter baskets, so your kids will always have a pretty little pencil case!
These are so cute! Make them in different candy colors to give as gifts, or put them in a little dish for Valentine's Day decor.
Make one in every color and you'll be toasty warm all winter long.
The hardest part for me is finding just the right button.
I know I sure could use another iPhone and iPod case... how about you? What color(s) would you use?
Whose gramma made them one of these when they were little?
These would be such thoughtful gifts... I know my daughter would love one for her room!
These tiny roses have so many crafty uses! They can add a little pretty to almost any project.
You could make this so many ways, in so many color combinations!
I'd make this in a soft grey, so it would match with everything my little one wears.
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