Spring is almost here again and I think another shoe pattern is in order! This pattern is provided in two sizes and oh so fast to make. The design started as a basic slip on ballet slipper type but I added a bit of interest with back loop only stitches, a drawstring tie and
Thank you Taryn Avery Photography for the beautiful photography. You may remember I shared my Little Darlings crochet pattern last week, with a clue that I’d be using it on other upcoming projects….well here is the first one! I love a simple summery top for little girls, they just look so sweet don’t they? The All Tied
You may be wondering where the name Little Darlings came from for this crochet pattern. I recall with fondness, my Aunt Betty’s visits on Sundays. She was quite a character and wasn’t afraid to express it in her “interesting” hats and the telling of her quirky stories. She loved flowers and was always wearing some floral print or
I love a well set table, even for casual outdoor gatherings, however, I hate when the wind blows napkins and other tableware around and onto the ground. This placemat will solve that problem. The patch pocket will keep everything neat, tidy and in place whether you are dining indoors or outdoors. The center of
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.