Crochet Pattern: Lackadaisy Slouchy Hat

By Candace – October 11th, 2016 Be the first to comment
Here’s a pattern that’s great for both simple and busy colorways. If you’re like me and love the speckled colorways that are popular now, you’ve been looking for the perfect pattern to use it on. Such a busy yarn would swallow anything too complicated, so keep it simple with alternating ridges. The hat has a slightly slouchy fit that can be adjusted by adding to or subtracting from the the height of the plain double crochet section. crochet_lackdaisy_hat

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Crochet Pattern: Pumpkin Bag

By Rachel Choi – October 8th, 2016 Be the first to comment

This crochet pattern was requested by a Crochet Spot reader!
Use this pumpkin bag as a cute table decoration or for toddlers and small children to trick or treat with. The pumpkin is designed with textured stitches to create a ridged look. It is crocheted seamlessly in the round, like a spiral. The handle and face are crocheted separately and then sewn onto the bag. Feel free to leave off the jack o’lantern face for a classic pumpkin or be creative and add your own face design.

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Crochet Pattern: Panda Headband

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – October 6th, 2016 3 Comments
Who says that kids should have all the fun? This cute and whimsical panda headband will keep your ears warm and lift your mood. Good for adults aged 18 to 108, this headband also serves as an earwarmer in the colder weather. It could be a great accessory for Halloween, or anytime you feel like rocking panda ears.

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Finished Size: 22 1/2″ (57 cm) circumference, fits most adults. Instructions to adjust size are included in pattern.

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How to Estimate Yarn Lengths

By Candace – October 4th, 2016 2 Comments

Now that I have a scale that measures small amounts, I can figure out how much yarn I’ve used and how much yarn I have left, and if you have one you can, too. It’s pretty easy, and it will help when it’s time to plan projects using unfinished skeins. It can also help if you’re breaking up a huge skein and winding it into more manageable balls. All you need is a kitchen scale and some basic math.

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Kitchen scales can be pretty inexpensive. Even electronic ones can cost less than $10. Mechanical ones are even cheaper.


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Crochet Pattern: Mermaid Tail Blanket (3 Sizes)

By Rachel Choi – October 1st, 2016 10 Comments

This crochet pattern was requested by a Crochet Spot reader!
This pattern contains 3 sizes: toddler, child, and adult. Crochet a cute, mermaid tail blanket for anyone in the family. You can even crochet mother and daughter matching blankets. If you’re looking for an in-between size, this pattern is also easily adjusted to make it any size you desire. No sewing is required for this pattern. The blanket is crocheted in the round from the bottom up using an easy shell stitch pattern. The tail is crocheted with varying stitches of different heights to create the unique, curved shape.

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Crochet Decorations for Fall

By Rachel Choi – September 29th, 2016 1 Comment

I love decorating for Fall, Autumn, Halloween, and Thanksgiving! There are a lot of decorations to crochet, such as leaf garlands, pumpkins, and even mason jar cozies. You can even crochet new placemats for your family dinners. In this post I rounded up a few fall themed patterns. Don’t forget you can always crochet other home decor patterns using fall colors.
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Garden State Sheep and Fiber Festival

By Candace – September 27th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Well, I recently went to another fiber festival, the 2016 Garden State Sheep and Fiber Festival, which means I went on another search for crochet samples in the vendors’ booths. This go-round, I met with success. Check out these shawls!
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Crochet Pattern: Solid Chevron Placemat

By Rachel Choi – September 24th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Chevron patterns are all the rage, but sometimes you don’t feel like changing colors and having to weave in a lot of yarn ends into your crochet project. Although you can choose to crochet this pattern in stripes, like a traditional chevron pattern, all you need is a single, solid colored yarn to achieve the classic chevron look. Crochet a set of placemats for your next dinner party, family gathering for the holidays, or as a housewarming gift.

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30% OFF Shawl, Wrap, and Poncho Crochet Patterns

By Rachel Choi – September 22nd, 2016 Be the first to comment

It’s time to crochet shawls, wraps, and ponchos! They are great for layering and keeping warm in the fall and winter. Or if you live in a warmer region, crochet the light weight or lace varieties. To kick things off, I’ve discounted all of the shawl, wrap, and poncho patterns to 30% OFF.

The crochet patterns can be found in the clothing section, or click on the photos below to visit the pattern’s page.









Sale ends on September 30, 2016. There’s no need to enter in any coupon codes. The crochet patterns that are apart of the sale are already marked down. Add the patterns to your cart and check out. If you need any help while shopping or crocheting, let me know and I’ll be sure to help!

Finishing Off Crochet Round with Seamless Join

By Rachel Choi – September 20th, 2016 3 Comments

If you’re familiar with crocheting in the round, you know there are times when you have to join, especially when you’re ending your work. Joins are traditionally done using slip stitches, which can create a seam and look unsightly. Crocheting seamlessly in the round is a great technique to avoid seams in the body of your work, but often times a slip stitch join is still required at the very end to finish off.
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