Crochet Venetian Leaf Towel TopperI like the towel toppers that have a concealed crochet chain so you can hang a towel over the chain without having to cut the towel in half and deal with the cut edge.
Crocheted LapghanThis was crocheted using Super Saver yarn and a size H hook. It uses 2 colors: one solid, one matching variegated. Works up very quickly and is warm without being heavy. This was made for a friend with cerebral palsy.
Crochet Coat HangersCrochet a couple of extra and take them to your local nursing home, these are perfect for hanging nightgowns on because they help to keep the gown on the hanger. These could be made for men also, just use more earth tones.
Thick Crocheted SlippersThese cozy slippers are crocheted with a Q hook and 3 strands of yarn. They will fit girls size 3-4 best. If you can half double crochet, you can make these!
Smiley Face Door Knob CoverHere is a cute little crochet Smiley to slip over your doorknob. Add a bit of sunshine to your day. It's fast and easy to make. You can also slip it on in a get well card to a friend.
Crocheted Americana RosesThis is a labor intensive craft, but I am glad I stuck it out. With three yarn colors of burgundy, tan, and navy and some faux rose stems, I made two different styles. I hope you like them.
Crocheted Exfoliating Soap SackThis soap bag is crocheted using thin cotton butcher's twine, which is fantastic for durability in hot water, and is also great for exfoliation. This bag comes in handy for collecting all your small chips of soap. It has a crocheted chain handle so you can hang it anywhere in the shower, too.
Crocheted CarrotWith the foam Christmas tree forms, some yarn, a hook, and some pins, you can make this cute "temporary" carrot for your windows! I ended up not using hot glue.
Crochet Buddy for Hook and NeedleI found this pattern on line and am just a bit jealous I didn't come up with it myself! It is super easy, fast, and a great way to use up scrap yarn. I loved her's but mine has a bit of a spin on it. I hope you like it!
Crocheted Sugar SkullI made this for my grandson who loves skulls. It's pretty easy if you are at least an "intermediate skilled" crocheter. So let's get started!
Crocheted Catnip Mouse and Bunny ToysWith some scrap yarn and a little time, you can make this catnip mouse and bunny for your kitty.
Crocheted Decorative Oven MittThis oven mitt is cute, and can be made into a gift for any cook! It is for decorative use only!
Lego Tissue Box CoverLegos are so popular now, wouldn't this be a cool gift for someone?
Crochet Koaster KeeperWith some scrap yarn, I made this in about 2 hours. I think it turned out nice.
Crocheted TurtleWith some scrap yarn and about 1 hour of time you can make this turtle. It's super cute and really easy.
Faux Hornets' NestHornets and wasps are territorial. When one sets in the other pretty much doesn't. So, to keep both away from my balcony, I crocheted a faux hornets' nest to keep my balcony "nasties" free.
Crocheted Bathroom RugI purchased some black and white and red fabric. I loved how the stripes were perfect for cutting and ripping for crafts. This one was for a bathroom rug I have been wanting to make.
Crocheted DoilyI recently posted a pumpkin made from plastic canvas, and folks have been asking about the doily I "deconstructed". So, with the original gone, I redid it and here is the pattern.
Crocheted Nesting Baskets in Two VersionsHere is a great way to make some pretty nesting baskets in two ways, each unique and functional.
Crocheting Using Graphs and ChartsThis might look intimidating, but is very easy, using up your stash of scrap yarn. You only need to know how to chain stitch and single crochet.
Crocheted V-Stitch DishclothA feminine and easy dishcloth to use this spring! So quick you'll want to make one in every color.
Crocheted Cat MatsThis is a project for making crocheted scrap yarn mats for your furrever friend. I am now making these to donate to our local no-kill shelter. Their thrift store is selling them to buy food and such, so I thought I would share this and a challenge.
Kitchen Crochet Trio (Magnet, Coasters, and Hotpads)I made three items today for you to enjoy.
Old Fashioned Lace GlovesThese are the epitome of feminine! They are deceptively easy and a nice finishing touch for your fancy outfit this summer.
Purple Passion Crochet Fingerless GlovesI wanted some feminine, warm, fingerless gloves to accompany the scarf I made my daughter. She loves them.:)
Time For Tea Lace GlovesThese delicate, scalloped lace gloves are sure to wow at your next fancy luncheon or tea party! What may surprise you even more, is that they are very simple to make. So grab your hook, get comfortable and get ready to dress to impress!
Wrist Length Lace Bridal GlovesDon't let the pictures fool you, these are actually quite easy to make. If you can single and double crochet, you can make these feminine and elegant gloves. What a special gift these would make for a beautiful bride! She can even keep them on when that handsome groom is placing the ring on her finger.
Crocheted Legwarmers for 18 Inch DollsNow your 18 inch dolly will have some stylish legwarmers to wear in dance class! They're so easy you'll want to make her a pair in every color of the rainbow.
Lacy Crocheted DishclothThis is a feminine dishcloth. Using an easy, lacy stitch, you may not want to get it dirty when you're done! These make nice hostess gifts.
Crochet Men's Fingerless GlovesThis is a quick, fun, and easy pattern for men's gloves. If you can single and double crochet, you can make these in under 1 hour!
Reusable Crochet Cotton Facial RoundsThese little cuties are perfect for using like a cotton pad for makeup removal. They also work great as little face scrubbies. Just put them in the washer after using. Stop throwing the disposable ones away, go green!
Crocheted Clown NoseThis would make a great party favor! It is quick, easy and fun. Absolutely everyone looks cute in it.
Easy Peasy Crocheted Chain NecklaceIf you know how to chain and single crochet, you can make this necklace! This is a perfect little project to showcase more expensive yarns. Who can't use another necklace?
Crochet Tiara HeadbandWith an inexpensive headband that can be purchased in multi-packs from the dollar store, you can create a cute tiara for that special little princess in your life!
Easy Crochet Treble FlowerEasy, quick and fun! Glue these onto barrettes, sew onto purses, and hats. They look extra cute with a sparkly button sewn to the center.
Crochet Shell FlowerThis flower works up quickly and incorporates the feminine shell pattern. It is great for headbands, purses, barrettes, etc.
Crochet Triangle DishclothWe can always use a new dishcloth, right? Well here is a quick pattern for one in a different shape than you're used to.
Wrister Fingerless GlovesThese would be great for work or school! You need full use of your fingers to write, etc., yet need a little extra warmth and style. If you go fast, you can make a pair in 30 minutes. What an inexpensive yet useful gift these would make.
Fan Patterned Fingerless GlovesThese work up quickly, are very inexpensive to make and would be great gifts! The fan pattern is not difficult, and it looks very feminine. Plus your hands will be free to text, put on your lipstick or whatever you need to do!
Bow Style Winter Crochet HeadbandThis works up in under 2 hours! It has a nice textured stitch, is stylish, and useful. Have fun!
Crochet Child's SnuggieI decided to try and make my daughter a snuggie. This is what I came up with. :) It is a very simple and easily repeatable stitch. She loves it and it keeps her cozy when she is sitting on the couch. Now my other kids want one, I better go get started! This should fit around ages 9-12.
Summer Breeze Infinity ScarfI love crocheting scarves! Just because it isn't winter, doesn't make me want to stop either. :) This is a light and airy cotton scarf that would be a great complement to your outfit even on summer days. You can make it in an hour or less. Have fun!
Crochet Stuffed MouseThis is a nice little addition to anyone who loves mice. And the nice thing is you could make it for just about any season or Holiday just by using different yarn.
Fan Pattern Crocheted CowlWell, this is one of my attempts to use up my "winter" yarn stash before spring officially arrives. There's some white left, but it's rapidly melting away and the air is unusually warm. Hopefully there will be a few more cold days sprinkled in there for cowls.
Spring Fling Crochet SquareThis is a fun and versatile pattern. What could you use it for? You could simply make a bunch of these babies and join them to make a blanket. Or, you could make this a centerpiece of your blanket and simply continue adding rounds of double crochet until it is your desired size.
Child's Crocheted BeretThis is a warm and stylish beret hat for that cute little girl in your life. The last time I was at Michael's craft store, they had this gorgeous yarn called "Loops and Threads Charisma". With such a pretty mixture of colors, I wanted to show them off with a hat.
Crochet Keychain ChapStick HolderWinter is the season for dry, chapped lips. Why is it though, you can never seem to find your ChapStick, especially when out and about. I decided to make a little "cozy" for mine. It has a loop that easily slides onto your key ring.
Artsy Crochet FlowerThis simple flower would make a great addition to any of your projects, from afghans to hats. Easy and fun!
Crochet Mustache AppliqueMustaches are so popular right now. I usually don't go for the latest fad, but I have to admit they are charming. Here is a pattern that you can whip up in less than 5 minutes, seriously! Add this to any project, cup cozy, purse, scarf, the sky's the limit.
Turbo Treble DishclothTalk about instant gratification. Yes, you can literally make these colorful dishcloths in 10 minutes. What kitchen wouldn't seem just a teensy bit cozier with a homemade one of these hanging over the faucet? And since they are so quick, you can fill your own kitchen drawer and give some away to your friends.
Crochet Heart BookmarkWho couldn't use another bookmark? I created this pattern because I needed more bookmarks. I think crocheted hearts are darling, I love being able to put tiny scraps to good use. I also love super quick projects, and I think these would make nice gifts.
15 Minute Crochet BanglesIf you love jewelry and you know how to single crochet, then this is the pattern for you. With regular worsted weight yarn and a mere 15 minutes start to finish, you can create a one of a kind bangle bracelet.
Women's Short and Sweet Crochet CowlThis cowl may be modeled by a "little woman", but it is made for adults. This is a simple and fun project. Big warm scarves are great, but sometimes you want something a bit less overwhelming when you are just out running errands.
Working Man's CowlI made this pattern for my husband. He has to work outside a lot and sometimes in blizzard conditions. He can't have scarf ends in the way of his power tools, so I thought a thick cowl would be better. He agreed!
Barbie's Snowbunny HatYes, Barbie is all ready to hit the slopes with her new puffy hat! In no time flat, you can make a dozen of these cute hats for your little munchkin. My daughter squeals with delight whenever I hand her a new one. Have fun!
Barbie's Crocheted Winter CloakIf Barbie looks happy, that's because she's enjoying the warmth and style of her new cloak. With easy double crochet stitches, Barbie can be ready to enjoy the snow in no time!
Barbie Winter SetIt's getting colder folks, even Barbie deserves to be warm. My girls love new Barbie clothes, but they can be ridiculously expensive! If I spend $6 on a piece of clothing, it's going to be for my girls, not their dolls.
Sweet Pea Crochet FlowerThis is quick and fun to make! In about 15 minutes, you will have a multi-layered, darling flower to beautify just about anything. I particularly like them on hats and purses. Have fun.
Super Easy Fingerless GlovesQuick, easy and fun to make! I made these in the car on our way to go camping. I wanted something to keep my hands warm. Unless I'm going sledding with the kids, I like the freedom these give you to dial a phone number, text, anything.
Saucer and Cup Place MatI often serve just a coffee and small meal so a big place mat isn't practical. I came up with this for one of my year long scrap crafts and thought this might be a good idea for the upcoming holidays.
"Fantasia" Winter HeadbandHeadbands are so popular in winter lately! They are a cute addition to keep your ears warm when you don't want to completely ruin your hair with a hat. I created this pattern with a pretty fan stitch design. It gives it a unique look, yet remains quick and super easy.
My Favorite Crocheted FlowerThis is my favorite flower to crochet. They look great on hats, headbands, purses, or as barrettes. There are many versions of this pointy petaled bloom online, here is mine. Have fun!
Round Hillbilly DishclothThis is another quick and easy pattern that you can whip up and be proud of. I love the fact that you do not have to weave in any ends, I HATE doing that anyways.
Crochet PearNo chemicals here, this is a genuine, all natural, organic pear! Please don't eat it though.:)
Simple Crochet 5 Point StarHere is one example of how to make a five pointed, crocheted star. This one is based on the instructions posted on this site several years ago. I wanted to give it a try and add some photos of my finished stars.
Crochet Hat Tissue CoverTo save money on Kleenex when my children were little, for blowing little noses to wiping dribbles and messy fingers, I would substitute toilet tissue. To keep it handy, I came up with this hat to cover the roll.
A Trio of Crochet AngelsWith some yarn or thread, you can make some or all of these pretty angels.
Crocheted BraceletYou can create this unique crocheted bracelet to keep or give away.
Crocheted Barrette or PinCrocheted with two strands of thread. I liked the sparkly gold with purple. You can use one color or two, but thinner thread will make a smaller project.
Craft Project: Mini, Medi, and Maxi Hats...I designed this hat to fit on small dolls and teddies, or to use as ornaments, pins, barrettes, or for wall hangings. You get directions for one, but can make all, the size you want.
Cotton Dishcloth and Plarn Table CenterpieceI used one pattern to make a dish cloth and a table centerpiece
Crocheted FanI love fans and designed this one for you to make with a single strand for a pin size, double for a barrette, or larger with yarn for a wallhanging.
Crocheted Polly Pocket Skirt And TopSkirt and top for Polly Pocket dolls.
T-Shirt Rag RugUsing old tee shirt scraps I used to make a t-shirt quilt, I made a crocheted rag rug. My rug is 40" in diameter.
Crocheted Plarn RugThis is a rug we use for muddy shoes. It is easily rinsed clean and drip dried.
Crocheted FlowerThis crocheted flower looks so intricate, but is so quick to crochet.
Crocheted Easter BasketA handmade Easter basket. Instructions for two sizes. Read all instructions through before beginning. I got my plastic canvas round at Michaels. Always pull your slipstitches tight. Beginning chains DO NOT count as a stitch throughout.
Crocheted Ice Cream Cone PinA delightful pin or magnet made of single crochets that looks good enough to eat!
Crocheted Cup Cake PincushionPincushions are fun but can be dull. Well, not this one that makes your mouth water every time you use it! And yet, it's completely "Non-Fattening"!
Crocheted Red Dress PinThis Red Dress pin is to wear to remind people February is Women's Heart Health month.
Crocheted Heart GarlandValentine's Day Garland for decorating your home or classroom.
Crocheted RosesThis craft is perfect for Valentine's Day (instead of real roses which are expensive) or could be used as accessories, or to decorate anything.
Valentine's Day BouquetMake use of those old bud vases, and make somebody's Valentine's Day a happy one. This is especially nice for those loved ones that are housebound. Make 1 or more.
Suzie's Heart BookmarkThis bookmark would make a nice enclosure for a Valentine card.
Crocheted Teddy Bear PinsCrocheted pin with a face and ears. From hook, chain 4 and make 9 double crochets in the first chain from hook, join with slip stitch.This makes you have 10 double crochets in the circle.
Crocheted Holiday Hair BowCrocheted and decorated holiday hair bow, or a wall hanging!
Crocheted Dress Towel HangerChain 27, join as a circle. Chain 3 and turn. Row 1: Make 2 double crochets in each of the stitches, for a total of 54 around.
Crocheted Seat CoverThis is a stool seat cover I made using leftovers from my rag rugs.
Cheerful Fall PlacematsThese placemats will be perfect from September to November. The bright clean fall colors will go great with any natural centerpieces or you can find beautiful silk mums and fall leaves this time of year.
Crochet Pattern For A Wheelchair BagThis is not exactly a pattern but instead a way of adjusting a different pattern in order to make a wheelchair bag. I have 2 versions here.
Single Crochet PotholderIf you can single crochet, you can make this heavy double thickness potholder. Updated with new instructions!
Crochet School Clown HolderThis cute little vintage clown hangs on the wall and holds a ruler, crayons and pencils. Handy and decorative. The little ones will love him.
Crocheted Fingerless GlovesThese gloves would be great for any romantic dinner. They are a long glove that should hit right between the elbow and wrist. Ladylike gloves are making a big come back right now. These also could be made for a wedding or prom.
Crochet Gingerbread HouseThis project is a scrap yarn project. You need very little yarn to complete this project maybe an ounce of the main color and just scraps of the white yarn.
Crocheted Victorian TreeHere is another ornament I made and didn't sell. This one is a crocheted Victorian tree. As most of you know, Americana is tan, burgundy, and navy. Well, Victorian is tan, burgundy, and hunter green.
Shamrock Lapel PinNeed a shamrock to show your Irish pride or to keep from getting pinched on St. Patrick's Day?
Barbie's Crocheted Bedroom SetThis is the third and final part of the crocheted furniture for Barbie or other small dolls. Since pink is Barbie's signature color, I pulled out all of the pink yarns I could find. But if your little interior decorator doesn't like pink or would rather have a blue bedroom that is up to you.
Barbie's Crocheted Kitchen Furniture and AppliancesLook what's cooking! Barbie is in the kitchen. This is the second in the series of Barbie or other small doll crocheted furniture. Please feel free to change colors to fit more with what your little interior decorator would like.
Crocheted Tulip PlacematsThis tulip placemat is a cheerful way to welcome spring. I designed this pattern when I was living in Seattle, and wanted something to brighten my kitchen - a definite necessity while waiting for the beautiful, sunny days of summer.
Filet Crochet HeartFilet crochet is usually done with crochet thread. I chose to use yarn because I wanted more coverage than thread would allow. (I bought a green pillow that didn't match my décor as well as I thought it would.)
Crocheted Birdhouse PlacematsI design and make so many placemats that I have a template on my computer! When I decide on a theme for a new placemat, I play around with it on the computer. When I'm happy with what I've created, I print it out and crochet from the chart.