First of all, I would like to apologize for using the ‘C’ word so early in the year. But as all crocheters and crafters know, getting ready for Christmas takes some time. And what a sweet time it is!
The thing I would like to let you know about today is this… quite often I receive a question from some of you asking me whether I offer a crochet pattern pack containing Christmas patterns only. A pack that you could buy for a better price than if you bought all patterns individually.
You asked, I listened and today I am very happy to present a collection of my favorite Christmas patterns all in one bundle.
So yes, if you like the patterns in this package, you no longer need to buy them separately, all you need to do is click one button and they will all become yours (they will be sent to your email address, to be more precise).
The Christmas Crochet Pattern Megapack includes these patterns:
1. Crochet Pattern – Owl Ornaments (Pattern No. 012)
2. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Ornaments (Pattern No. 021)
3. Crochet Pattern – Little Colorful Christmas Trees (Pattern No. 052)
4. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Bells (Pattern No. 020)
5. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Stocking Ornaments (Pattern No. 013)
6. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Ball – Owl (Pattern No. 018)
7. Crochet Pattern – Christmas Granny Angel Ornaments (Pattern No. 024)
8. Crochet Pattern – Colorful Christmas Star Ball (Pattern No. 011)
9. Crochet Pattern Collection – Big Crochet Christmas Party (Pattern No. 006)
10. Crochet Pattern – Happy Snowflake/Star (Pattern No. 026).
I have done some counting and realized that by buying this pack you can save over 30% of the original price!
If you are interested, you can purchase the Christmas megapack HERE or HERE.
I have some great news today!
Well, at least for me, they definitely are great. Since I finally, and I mean FINALLY, finished my newest project. I named it a Polka Dot Blanket. And I am smitten.
Of course, the project comes with a pattern too. If you want, you can definitely experience some sweet crocheted polka dot fun yourself.
The pattern is explained quite thoroughly and includes 40 step-by-step pictures. I’ve tried to make the project as easy to follow as possible. If you are interested, you can find the pattern HERE or HERE.
Right now, I am very tempted to make this blanket in at least a few more color palettes, especially bright ones for a change. Or all circles in different colors. If I do make that, I will surely show the result to you.
I hope you’ll have as much fun playing with this pattern as I have.
With lots of love,
Hi friends! How are you doing? I hope everything is fine. It definitely is with me.
I am enjoying the first weeks in our new place, decorating this and that, taking lovely long trips around the neighborhood and basically, being very happy and content. Of course, my days involve a lot of crocheting too.
Which is exactly what I wanted to share with you today.
I have a new project that I dived into a couple of weeks ago. It’s a polka dot blanket. Currently, I am in the stage of making about one zillion squares, but I see the result taking a sharper shape each day. Love this project to bits. I took a few pictures from my crafting table for you to today…
Thank you for letting me share. I will show you the whole blanket as soon as it’s finished.
Btw, do you have any projects that you are working on these day? Do share!
Do you remember the flower madness that I showed you a couple of days ago?
That madness, it actually was my big plan to create a rug. A circular area rug with lots of flowers in it.
After a lot of crocheting, tweaking, unraveling and crocheting again, I am happy to present my newest design to you – I named it the Crochet Flower Rug!
And of course, there is a pattern. As usual, it is packed full of pictures to help you with your crafting process. This time, there’s 46 of them!
I hope you will find this project useful and will decorate your home or office with it. It will sure bring a bit of ‘romantic’ into your space.