Today I am super happy to present to you my newest crochet creation – the Crochet Owl Coasters!
Making coasters is a great way how to add some fun and funky into your home accessories. Needles to say, they make great gifts too!
These owl coasters (or appliques) require minimal amounts of yarn. That makes them just perfect for using up any leftover stash that might be hiding in your closet.
The place where I live is now full of these cute little owls and I have to admit that my morning coffee has never tasted better than now when I can watch a happy owl looking at me from underneath my cup. Pure joy!
If you’d like to make this project too, you can find the pattern and all necessary info in my crochet pattern shop (psst, I managed to get almost 40 step-by-step pictures into the pattern this time).
I truly think that today just could not get any better! Mostly because I can finally present my newest crochet creation to you.
It’s the Crochet Owl Basket!
Love this one a lot!
And of course, I have a few more photos for you to enjoy!
If you’d like to make this crochet project as well, you are welcome to visit my crochet pattern store here where you can learn all the necessary details about it. As usual, the pattern is packed full of step-by-step pictures (almost 50!) that will, as I hope, make the whole crafting project as enjoyable as possible for you.
With lots of love,
Oh yes, the owl mania continues.
This time, in a form of a pattern for colorful Christmas balls (you can find the pattern HERE).
Because, ahem, it’s never soon enough to start creating the Christmas ornaments for your tree, is it?
With its 29 pages and 78 step-by-step pictures, the pattern is really there for you when you need assistance during the crafting process.
I am including a couple more pictures of these little cuties for you to enjoy (in other words, I wasn’t able to stop shooting them really)…
To find the pattern for these little crochet Christmas Owl ornaments, just click THIS.
With lots of love,
My whole day today is blissfully revolving around cinnamon sprinkled coffee and finishing a pattern for the crocheted crocodile stitch owl cushion.
There’s a lot of picture taking, photo editing, snacking… and snacking. And snacking.
A happy, happy day!
I wish you a very sweet day too, dear friends!
(Update: You can now find the pattern HERE.)