*Free* Pattern Owl Slippers

These adorable Owl Slippers make the perfect holiday gift! Skill Level: Beginner Techniques: Made using single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet worked in rows and rounds Size: approx kids size small (ages 5-7) Supplies: 3.5 crochet hook yarn needed Worsted weight yarn in: purple pink dark pink white black brown orange Abbreviations Rd... Continue Reading →

*Free* Pattern Spiderman

With the recent passing of the legendary Stan Lee, it seemed appropriate to share with you this free Spiderman crochet stuffie pattern. I can't imagine someone who breathed so much life, adventure, and culture into this world could ever truly be gone! Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate Techniques: Made using single crochet in rounds and rows and... Continue Reading →

*Free* Pattern Tea Set

This tea set is kid tested and approved! This set contains the tea tray, pot, creamer, sugar bowl, sugar spoon, 6 sugar cubes, 4 plates, 4 cups, a napkin, 2 chocolate chip cookies, 2 macaroons, a tea holder, 4 tea covers and 4 tea bags! My kids and I are in LOVE with this set!... Continue Reading →

*Free* Pattern: Skillet and Eggs

Why not make your own play food? It is soft, safe, washable and super cute! This is a simple pattern that whips up quickly. You will need: hook sizes 4.5 and 3.5 yarn needle black medium worsted weight yarn bulky grey yarn white medium worsted weight yarn yellow medium worsted weight yarn fiberfill stuffing Skill... Continue Reading →

*Free* Pattern: Sandwich

How will you stack your crochet sandwich? This fun play set is great for kids! Before you begin, you will need: Materials: hook size 3:5 yarn needle medium worsted weight yarn in: off-white dark brown pink light brown light red dark red mustard orange olive green a different shade of green than olive dark green... Continue Reading →

*Free* Infant Car Hat

This cute little hat is very simple and takes no time to whip up! Helpful Resources: This blog is an amazing resource for sizing hats! I highly recommend using it for gauge: Annie's Picture Perfect Blogspot. I made mine to fit an infant age 12-18 months. You may also want to look up how to... Continue Reading →

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