Yaay! It’s pumpkin time!
Have you ever considered crocheting a pumpkin?
Well, after I’ve made a few myself I can definitely tell you that it is one of the easiest and most rewarding crochet projects I can think of. Those little pumpkins, they are just pure happiness.
And, of course, I made a pattern for you too. As usual, it is fully packed with colorful step-by-step pictures.
For more details about the pumpkin pattern, feel free to visit my own online shop or Etsy.
Hooray for pumpkins!
As the seasons change and the weather gets colder these days, many of us become more and more tempted to enjoy the cosiness of our homes and devote time to our favorite hobbies.
If crocheting is your thing, then you might find inspiration in some of the following projects. They are all free patterns that I have put together and enjoyed over the past few years. I thought it could come in handy to list them in one post.
Simple Crochet Slippers.
I made many variations of the slippers pattern. I liked these pink ones a lot.
And these Halloween ones were a lot fun to make too.
A Crochet Halloween Ghost.
Mini Crochet Slipper Ornaments.
Happy Little Crochet Suns.
A Crochet Spring Placemat.
A Crochet Easter Egg.
An Easter Placemat.
A Crochet Flower.
And I have a knitted bonus for your too – it’s A Simple Knit Infinity Scarf … I could make these forever.
(To find more colorful and fun crochet patterns, feel free to visit my online shop.)
Hi dear friends!
I am super excited to present the project that I have been keeping secret up till now! It is another crocheted item that uses the cute and lovely joy-joy circles. I decided to name this one the ‘Chunky Joy-Joy Scarf’ and you can find the pattern here.
If you’ve already purchased my first pattern that uses the joy-joy circles called the ‘Joy-Joy Coasters’, you will surely be able to figure out how this scarf can be made. But if you’d like to know all the details necessary to create the scarf, then I think the pattern that I have put together might come in quite handy. The pattern has 17 pages and includes 36 step-by-step pictures to make the project as easy to follow as possible.
I loved making this scarf. I have to admit that.
It’s a pure therapy. And a lot of joy, of course.
Also, it can be easily turned into an infinity scarf, if you wish to.
I think that the chilly days of autumn and winter will be super enjoyable with a warm scarf like this one. That’s for sure.
With lots of love,
(For more fun patterns, feel free to visit my ONLINE SHOP!)
I am so glad that you liked the latest post and my crocheted work that I presented there. Thank you for your comments and your very kind words! I appreciate it!
As promised, I have put together a tutorial for you!
It is a step-by-step tutorial (or pattern) for crocheted coasters that I called ‘Joy Joy Coasters’. I chose that name because the coasters are just pure joy to make.
The pattern for this project has 16 pages and 36 helpful step-by-step pictures. I’d say it is pretty easy to follow.
To learn more details about the project and the pattern, feel free visit my online store.
I hope you’ll have as much fun creating your cute little coasters as I had.