Crochet Pattern: Dish Soap Apron

By Amy – June 18th, 2015 4 Comments
Here is a crochet pattern requested by a Crochet Spot reader! Why should crocheting for the kitchen stop with towels and wash rags? Customize your soap bottles too! This dish soap apron is rather simple and easy to make. I used a cotton yarn, which is always a good idea for the kitchen, and began with some simple designs. If your favorite kitchen soap happens to be a little shorter than this one, simply leave off a few rows at the beginning. I hope you enjoy it! Dish Soap Apron

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How to Make Crochet Flip Flops

By Candace – June 16th, 2015 Be the first to comment

Flip flops are pretty much the unofficial footwear of summer. If I’m not at work, you can probably find me wearing one of the many pairs from my colorful collection. Unfortunately, the straps and toe pieces of flip flops can be irritating.

Replacing the original straps work both as a remedy for this problem and as a way to make your flip flops unique. With crochet straps, you have a wide range of possibilities. Maybe you’re fine with a simple single crochet strap or maybe you’ll use a lace edging pattern with your favorite color base. The choice is yours!
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Crochet Pattern: 3 Light Weight Baby Mittens

By Rachel Choi – June 14th, 2015 Be the first to comment
Crochet a set of baby mittens to help with scratching or to give a little extra warmth to the hands. This light weight set is a great alternative to traditional crochet baby mittens, which may be too thick and hot. Thumb-less baby mittens are easy and fast to crochet. These simple patterns can be crocheted in a variety of boy and girl colors to add to a baby’s wardrobe. The mittens are crocheted in the round and elastic is crocheted into the mittens at the cuffs so that the mittens will stay on when baby arms are wiggling. crochet light baby mittens

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Finish in ’15 Contest – New Prizes! Free Yarn! Enter Now!

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – June 12th, 2015 3 Comments

Heeeeyyyyy! Remember how we started this cool contest all about finishing our WIPs and UFOs in 2015? Remember, it wasn’t a resolution, it was a CHALLENGE! And like all good challenges, there are rewards. And guess what? The rewards get better as we go along! Read on, ’cause this is BIG & involves FREE YARN!

@artlikebread Crochet Spot Finish in 15 Caissa McClinton Four FO's
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Crochet Pattern: Doll Basket

By Amy – June 10th, 2015 3 Comments
Sometimes the most enjoyable things to make are the ones that only take a few minutes. Then again, it might be simply because they are often small projects. After crocheting an extensive pattern it’s helpful to come back to the little things. It’s refreshing and re-inspiring! This doll basket can easily be paired with any outfit, but I suggest would make a good addition to the Doll Peasant Dress just recently posted. It only takes a minute to make using basic crochet techniques. I hope you like it as much as I do! Doll Basket

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7 Speedy Father’s Day Gifts to Crochet

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – June 8th, 2015 Be the first to comment

While Mother’s Day seems to have just passed, Father’s Day is sneaking up on us quickly! Even if you haven’t chosen the perfect gift for Pops, you still have time to whip him up something handmade and from the heart.

Father's Day Quick Crochet Gifts Round-Up by Caissa McClinton @artlikebread
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Crochet Pattern: Doll Peasant Dress

By Amy – June 6th, 2015 Be the first to comment
There’s a new crochet pattern in the Crochet Spot Store! Take a trip back to the dark ages with this medieval peasant gown! Crocheted in one piece, the dress has a short blouse with full sleeves and works right into the waist of the skirt. The waist is extended and the skirt itself is full and long. There is an opening in the back of the dress for easy dressing and buttoned using the crochet stitches natural button holes. With a pair of slippers and a handkerchief for the hair the outfit is complete! Doll Peasant Dress
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Crochet Pattern: Tunisian Entrelac Keychain

By Candace – June 4th, 2015 2 Comments
Crochet keychains are great to have around because they are so lightweight. While this keychain isn’t very big (about the size of an alarm fob), it can be made in bright, eye-catching colors to make it easy to find. This keychain is quick and easy to make if you have the hang of Tunisian entrelac. crochet_entrelac_keychain

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4 Ways to Hold Crocheted Pieces Together for Seaming

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – June 2nd, 2015 4 Comments

Hello, my Crochet Spot friends! My crochet life has been full and inspiring as of late. I have been working on a lot of different projects which will be used as samples at my local yarn store! It’s all very exciting and it has led me to this post about how to hold your crocheted pieces together for seaming. In case you need a refresher, here is my post on How to Join Crochet Pieces Using Slip Stitches and the Outside Loops.

For the longest while, I had wanted to make a tissue box cozy that looks like a piece of cake, and finally, I did it! Since the cozy is crocheted in pieces, seaming was required. Furthermore, this particular pattern is really helped by pinning or holding the pieces together in some way. Today I’m going to share four ways to hold your crochet together for seaming.

Holding Together Crocheted Pieces for Seaming by Caissa McClinton @artlikebread
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Crochet Pattern: Chevron Basket

By Rachel Choi – May 31st, 2015 1 Comment
If you love the chevron pattern, here is a basket just for you! The basket is crocheted in the round from the bottom up. You can make it as big or as small as you like using the instructions within the pattern to adjust its size. Make it big enough to store your craft projects or small enough to use as a pencil holder. Being able to adjust the width and length of the basket makes the possibilities endless! The chevrons created in this pattern have sharp, crisp, pointy corners. Feel free to use more than 2 colors if desired. crochet chevron basket

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