Crochet Pattern: Dog Leash

By Rachel Choi – September 3rd, 2016 2 Comments

This crochet pattern was requested by a Crochet Spot reader!
Have you ever wanted to customize your dog’s leash? With this crochet pattern, not only can you choose your favorite color, you can customize the length and thickness of the leash. Make a shorter leash for tall dogs, or a longer leash to let your dog roam. You can choose the material that you prefer, from regular yarn, sturdy craft cord, reflective paracord, recycled t-shirts, or even plarn (plastic yarn). Your imagination is the limit. The leash in the sample photo uses medium/worsted weight yarn, but you can easily substitute other materials if you wish. The leash is crocheted seamlessly in the round, like a spiral, to create a sturdy cord.

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Crochet Pattern: Tiny Heart Charm

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – September 1st, 2016 Be the first to comment
My artistic heart has been strongly drawn towards mixed media and art journaling lately. While I am learning dozens of interesting techniques through watching instructional videos and devouring books, I am always thinking about how I could incorporate crochet into the mix. This tiny heart is perfect to tuck into a journal or attach to a page if crocheted in embroidery floss. If you decide to scale the hook and yarn size up, this cutie can embellish a hat or a bag. Switch up yarn color combinations for lots of mixed and matched fun!

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Crochet Pattern: Ginevra Scarf

By Candace – August 30th, 2016 8 Comments
This scarf pattern actually came to be after I participated in a knitting mini challenge in which I got to try out the shaping for various types of shawls. I really enjoyed the asymmetrical shape, and knew that I needed to do a crochet project that used the same shaping. Between the eyelet pattern and the simple triangular shaping, the scarf has plenty of visual interest while being easy to work. crochet_ginevra_scarf

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Crochet Pattern: First-Timer Cardigan Sweater (9 Sizes)

By Rachel Choi – August 27th, 2016 Be the first to comment

If this is your first time crocheting a sweater, this pattern is designed for you. But even if it’s not your first time, this sweater has a classic look that can easily be crocheted and incorporated into anyone’s wardrobe. The sweater is crocheted from the top down, with no sewing required (other than the buttons). It’s designed so that you can try it on and adjust the size as you crochet. With 9 sizes ranging from X-Small to 5X there’s a size for everyone. Plus, you can customize the sweater for the perfect fit using the added instructions within the pattern.

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30% OFF Sock and Slipper Crochet Patterns

By Rachel Choi – August 25th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Crochet socks and slippers to keep those feet toasty warm this coming winter. Socks and slippers are my favorite winter accessories, because my feet tend to get cold easily. If you’re an avid sock and slipper crocheter like me, you may even prefer them over the commercial variety for their warmth and comfort.

Each year I crochet a new pair of slippers to add to my collection. They are great to wear at home and toss in the wash every now and then. Crochet socks can be worn throughout winter, but they are my favorite to wear for skiing and snowboarding, or walking my dogs in the snow. They are thin enough to fit into my shoe comfortably while being extremely warm.

If you’re ready to start crocheting socks and slippers for the winter season, check out the patterns below to get 30% OFF of the pattern.

The sock and slipper patterns can be found in the accessories section or click on the photos below to see each pattern’s page.


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Sale ends on August 31, 2016. No need to enter in any coupon codes. The crochet patterns that are apart of the sale are already marked down. Simply add the pattern to your cart and check out. If you need any help while shopping or crocheting, feel free to let me know and I’ll be sure to help.

Crochet Pattern: Rosalind Scarf

By Candace – August 23rd, 2016 Be the first to comment
Don’t let the holes fool you. You can be warm and snug with a thick, lacy scarf. The combination of bulky yarn, a thick afghan hook, and Tunisian crochet makes for a scarf that is super squishy. You’ll be ready for winter in no time.

This pattern requires familiarity with Tunisian crochet. Click the link for a great list of resources if you’re just learning or even if you just want to learn more.

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Crochet Pattern: Variety Bow Set

By Rachel Choi – August 20th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Bows, bows, bows! Use them as appliques on headbands, hair clips, hats, bags, clothing, or even in your home decor. The uses for bows are only limited by your imagination. This set includes 5 different bow patterns to give you a variety of bows to use. The patterns include the Classic Bow, Ridged Bow, Subtle Textured Bow, Bobble Bow, and Mesh Bow. Each bow can be customized to be any size that you desire by using the instructions included in the pattern.

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Crochet Pattern Giveaway Winners

By Rachel Choi – August 18th, 2016 7 Comments

Drum roll please! It’s time to announce the winners of the Crochet Pattern Giveaway. In this giveaway the more entries, the more winners. We have 2 lucky winners selected by random draw. The winners are…
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Crochet Pattern: 4-Point Felted Square Coaster

By Candace – August 16th, 2016 Be the first to comment
I’ve been working on a big project and, at the end of a ball of yarn and needing a break, I decided to try my hand at felting again. This time I added bobbles to see how they’d show up in the finished product. The result is a project you can easily find time to work on and get some hands-on felting experience with (and wool coasters that you can run through the washer and dryer). crochet_four_point_felt_coaster

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Crochet Pattern: Alien Container

By Rachel Choi – August 13th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Here is a fun storage container for kids (or even adults). This container with attached lid is shaped like a cute alien! The head folds back so that you can store small objects or craft supplies, such as crayons as shown in the photo. Crochet this alien container in your child’s favorite color. You can even crochet a bunch of them to create an entire set. Although not required, the container can be stiffened or starched if desired.

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