Oh yes, it’s that time of year again. It’s Easter!
I hope you’ll be able to spend the following days peacefully and doing whatever makes you happy!
And in case you’ve been looking for some last minute crochet projects to fill your time, I have put a small collection of my Easter crochet patterns for you…
The first picture shows the pattern for Crochet Chick.
This is a pattern for Crochet Striped Easter Eggs In A Bowl.
Here’s the Crochet Flower Wreath pattern.
The Easter Baskets.
The Little Bird Sitting On A Wreath pattern.
The Big Flower Party Collection.
And my latest design – the Happy Crochet Chick pattern.
Today I am super-excited to let you know that a new pattern has entered my shop. It is a picture tutorial for Happy Crochet Chicks. Yay!
I have to admit that I’ve poured all my excitement and joy from the coming spring into this design. Colors and happiness, they have taken over my world these days. Completely.
Of course, I took a few pictures of the new chicks for you to enjoy…
If you’d like to decorate your home for spring with these bright and cheerful ornaments too then you can find the pattern and all the necessary details about it in my Online Pattern Shop or on Etsy.
With lots of love,
Have you noticed? Spring is just around the corner!
Actually, I think that here where I live (the heart of Europe) it is already here. It is amazing to feel the arrival of spring in the air. It’s marvelous, spectacular and gorgeous all combined. I just love it!
With this delightful feeling in my soul all I could think about lately have been colorful and bright projects – just like the one that I would like to show to you today. It’s Crochet Striped Easter Eggs In A Bowl. They are making me very happy.
If you’d like to make this project too, you can find all the necessary details and many many pictures in the pattern that I’ve put together for you. It can be found in My Own Pattern Shop or on Etsy.
Thank you for letting me share!
Infinity scarves are just amazing!
They are one of the greatest human inventions, I believe :).
Not only do they look great, but because they are actually just circles with no end or beginning, they are in fact extremely comfortable to wear. You simply place them over your neck, twist and loop … and you’re good to go.
If you are tempted to make a crocheted version of an infinity scarf, then you can easily do so by following the instructions below…
To make the scarf you will need: yarn (I used worsted weight – Read Heart Lisa and Red Heart Bella; scrap yarn is really great for this project), a crochet hook (I used H – 5 mm), scissors, a yarn needle and a safety pin.
Abbreviations (US terminology): ch – chain stitch, Sl st – slip stitch, dc – double crochet stitch.
/with color A/ 230 chain stitches (leave about 12-inch/30 cm long tail in the beginning),
Note: By making 230 chain stitches you create a base for a rather long scarf that can be looped around the neck twice. If you would like to make a shorter scarf, you will need to start with a smaller number of chain stitches (I recommend 200 or less).