+-*Introducing a new crochet pattern – Dreamweaver Sandals! My new crochet pattern was inspired by a post I came across recently that talked about adding embellishments to finished crochet projects on Pattern Paradise. The post had several examples including surface crochet, embroidery and weaving. I thought that it was so clever I wanted to try my hand at
+-*This crochet pattern is inspired by my love for crocheted dish cloths! I know it sounds strange, but I really do think that cotton, crocheted (or knit, but I’m not a great knitter) dish towels are better than the fabric ones you can buy at the typical home store. Handmade dish towels are super absorbent, you can make
+-*Spring is the perfect time to start showing off those little toes with my newest free crochet pattern: Peek-A-Boo Sandals! The pattern is provided in two sizes and it’s great for girls or boys. They have a double layer sole for a sturdy bottom and the front and sides wrap around the foot and close with a
+-*Spring has sprung with my newest free crochet pattern! Last week I shared a fun pattern for cute, three dimensional butterflies, so I decided we needed something to put them on! Butterfly Kisses Baby Dress is the perfect landing spot for our winged friends. This is a classic style you’ll make over and over again.
+-*Bring in spring with this easy butterfly crochet pattern. These little guys are happy and bright and they work up so quickly you will want to make many. They are a great way to use up your yarn scraps too. You can change the size by using different types and sizes of yarn. Mix up
+-*St. Patrick’s Day is only a few days away, enjoy this collection of free crochet patterns! I have always loved shamrocks and used to draw them frequently when I was a child. Imagine my surprise when I learned they were a symbolic representation for St. Patrick’s Day! This collection of St. Patrick’s Day inspired crochet patterns features