Crochet Pattern: Fox Purse

By Rachel Choi – July 30th, 2016 1 Comment

Do you love cute foxes? If so, this purse is for you! Use it as a kid’s purse or a small purse for adults and teens. The bag is crocheted from the bottom up in one piece, seamlessly in the round like a spiral. Then the strap and the fox’s face is sewn on. The strap can be made as long or short as you desire to create a shoulder bag or a crossbody. The fox’s orange face is also a flap closure that is secured with the fox’s button nose.

crochet fox purse

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Crochet Patterns: Dishcloths, Washcloths, and Cleaning Cloths

By Rachel Choi – July 28th, 2016 8 Comments

Have you ever tried crocheting your own dishcloths, washcloths or other cleaning cloths? If you have, you just might be hooked on them! The feel of a handmade cloth is like nothing else. They can be customized to be any size, shape and color that you want. They’re extremely sturdy and can be washed and reused over and over again.

What’s the difference between dishcloth, washcloth and other cleaning cloth patterns? There really isn’t any difference. You can crochet any of the cloth patterns and decide later what you want to use it for, whether it’s washing dishes, the counter tops, your face and body, or even the car. In this post I rounded up a few of the cleaning cloth patterns that we have here on Crochet Spot.
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Crochet Pattern: Beaded Puff Bracelet

By Candace – July 26th, 2016 Be the first to comment
Need a bracelet to accent a summer dress? This dainty choice is lightweight and simple using size 10 thread and 6 of your favorite beads. It’s also easy to work in a variety of sizes and styles. Change the size and shape of the beads or choose something sparkly. crochet_beaded_puff_bracelet

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Crochet Pattern: Pot of Daisy Scrubbies

By Rachel Choi – July 23rd, 2016 Be the first to comment

This pattern set includes daisy shaped scrubbies and leaf inspired cleaning cloths that can be displayed in a cute flower pot to resemble a pot of daisies. The daisy scrubbies are crocheted with ordinary yarn and nylon netting held together to create a rough, textured center that’s great for scrubbing dishes or even exfoliating your face and body. No sewing is required! The cloths can be used to clean dishes and counter tops, or used as a washcloth or face cloth. Crochet with 100% cotton yarn for extra absorbency. Pattern includes a tutorial for preparing and crocheting with nylon netting.

crochet pot of daisy scrubbies

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Christmas in July – 30% OFF Crochet Patterns

By Rachel Choi – July 21st, 2016 Be the first to comment

Who’s ready to start crocheting your Christmas gifts and Christmas decor? If you haven’t started you better get crocheting! Although it may seem like you have plenty of time, we all know how quickly time can fly. To kick off Christmas in July, I’ve marked all of the Christmas themed crochet patterns to 30% OFF. Patterns can be found throughout the store and include fun Santa and elf hats, appliques, ornaments, gift bags, and even coasters.


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Sale ends on August 1, 2016. Patterns are already marked down, so there is no need to enter in any coupon codes. Simply add the patterns to your cart and check out. If you need any help while shopping or crocheting, feel free to let me know!

Methods for Joining Pieces in Crochet

By Rachel Choi – July 19th, 2016 1 Comment

I’m often asked about the best methods for joining pieces of a crochet project together. Depending on your project the answer may be different. There are all sorts of crochet projects that are crocheted in multiple pieces, such as blankets, toys, bags, etc. There are a few different methods to consider, which I will discuss further. Feel free to check out the tutorials linked in this post for further instructions on each method.
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Crochet Pattern: Jingle Bell Bracelet

By Rachel Choi – July 17th, 2016 Be the first to comment
Let’s kick off Christmas in July with a festive bracelet! This bracelet is super quick to crochet and uses a very small amount of yarn. Choose your favorite colored yarn (doesn’t have to be Christmas related) and a bunch of bells to make this noisy bracelet. The length of the bracelet can easily be adjusted if needed.
If you’ve crocheted with beads in the past, this pattern will be a breeze to crochet. If this is your first time crocheting with beads, please check out the How to Crochet: Chain with Bead tutorial before working this pattern. The bells are used in the same manner as beads.
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Crochet Pattern: Animal Soap Savers

By Rachel Choi – July 15th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Make bath time fun for children by crocheting these cute animal soap savers. Choose from the bear, elephant or lion, or crochet them all! Insert a bar of soap and you’re ready to shower! The soap saver will help lather the soap and replace the need for washcloths. Not only are they cute, but they also create grip on the soap making it less slippery. Soap savers are also great for using up small pieces of soap so there’s no waste. When bath time is done, be sure to hang the soap saver to dry using the drawstring loop.

crochet animal soap savers

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Crochet Pattern: Little Lacy Star

By Candace – July 13th, 2016 Be the first to comment
In the hands of a crocheter, a circle or ring can grow into a lot of different shapes. This pattern uses basic shaping done around a ring to make a neat little star. You can wear it as jewelry (make 2 for earrings), string together a bunch for a fun belt, or use it as a lightweight but eye-catching keychain. Me? I’m keeping mine for my bookmark collection. crochet_little_lacy_star

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Crochet Pattern: Mason Jar Wristlet

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – July 11th, 2016 Be the first to comment
I use mason jars for nearly all of my beverages. I like using glass instead of plastic, and mason jars carry a certain charm. I have been toting cool water everywhere in a crocheted pouch, now my coffee and tea have been getting jealous. Therefore I’ve designed this cozy for the 24-oz wide-mouthed mason jar in which I carry my coffee each morning. If you’ve seen my other patterns, you are already familiar with my mason jar! image

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