Dragonfly Blanket

This beautiful blanket features a dragonfly motif in colorful rainbow rows and a “fluffy” white border. It makes a lovely gift for a new baby or a gorgeous lapghan to keep you warm. This easy crochet blanket features bright and bold colors and a simple construction with an easy pattern repeat. Once you get the hang of this stitch, your hook will be flying! { Add it to your Ravelry Queue or Favorites } PIN it for Later Skill Level: … Continue reading

Free Crochet Pattern: Ripple Afghan

My best friend and I did an afghan exchange for Christmas last year. I made a granny rectangle one to match her living room decor and she made me this amazing ripple afghan in my choice of colors. It now has a permanent place on my couch and I couldn’t be happier! ~ Add This Pattern To Your Ravelry Queue Or Favorites ~ Skill Level: Easy Size:  60″ width x 72″ length Supplies:   Worsted weight yarn; I have used Hobby … Continue reading

Crochet Pattern Round-Up: 14 Free Crochet Throw Pillows

I have this dream of crocheting tons of home decor items, like these pillow covers, and changing them out as the mood suits me. The problem is, I can picture these in so many color palettes that I don’t even know where to begin! 1. Ripple Pillow Cover on Charmed By Ewe http://charmedbyewe.com/new-free-crochet-pattern-ripple-pillow-cover-16/ 2. Sunshine Lattice Pillow on Moogly http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sunshine-lattice-pillow 3. Copenhagen Pillow by Yvonne Eijkenduijn for Red Heart http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/copenhagen-pillow 4. Chevron Cushion Cover by Lisette Eisenga (PDF includes English … Continue reading

Rainbow Granny Square Throw

I recently completed an afghan as a gift for a friend. While I was making it, my daughter would often sit next to me on the couch and snuggle under the blanket as I crocheted. So as soon as I finished that afghan, I started this rainbow colored square throw just for her. I added the white scalloped trim so it would look like fluffy clouds along the edge. She just adores her new “color-y” blanket! Most of the yarn … Continue reading