30% OFF Mason Jar Cozy Crochet Pattern Set

By Rachel Choi – May 18th, 2018 Be the first to comment

Now 30% OFF in the Crochet Spot Store, these mason jar cozies are quick and easy to crochet. Crochet a few using the different stitch patterns for your home decor or your next dinner party or family gathering. Each cozy is crocheted in the round from the bottom up and can be made to fit any jar size.

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Baby Boy Crochet Patterns

By Rachel Choi – May 16th, 2018 Be the first to comment

There’s never a shortage of things to crochet for girls, but what about the boys? Sure you can crochet a few items in blue and say it’s for a boy, but how about some patterns that are intended just for boys? In this post, I rounded up a few crochet patterns that we have here on Crochet Spot geared towards the baby boy. Get ready for airplanes, cars, sports, and all things boy!

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Crochet Pattern: Diagonal Striped Blanket

By Rachel Choi – May 14th, 2018 Be the first to comment

This blanket has a simple striped pattern that is worked on the diagonal starting from the corner of the blanket and finishing in the opposite corner. The stripes are created on a diagonal to give simple stripes more interest. The pattern includes 6 sizes ranging from a baby blanket to a king bed spread, but also includes detailed instructions for customizing the blanket to be any size that you wish. Crochet a blanket that is rectangular or square in shape with any dimensions that you like.

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30% OFF Chocolate Covered Strawberries Crochet Pattern

By Rachel Choi – May 11th, 2018 2 Comments

Now 30% OFF in the Crochet Spot Store, the chocolate covered strawberries can make a cute gift for a dieter or fun play food for a child. Each strawberry is crocheted seamlessly in the round from the bottom up. Make then in white, milk, or dark chocolate and feel free to get creative with the decoration.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Buttoned Flower Applique

By Rachel Choi – May 8th, 2018 1 Comment

Here’s a quick flower applique to add to a project! Attach it to a headband, purse, hat, blanket, or anything that needs a pop of color. The flower is crocheted in only two quick rounds, then a button is sewn or glued to the center to give it a finished look. Alternatively, you can crochet the first round in one color and the second round in a contrasting color if you wish to not use the button.
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30% OFF Swimsuit Coverup Crochet Pattern

By Rachel Choi – May 4th, 2018 1 Comment

Now 30% OFF in the Crochet Spot Store, this swimsuit coverup pattern is easy to adjust for different body sizes. Sizes included in the pattern are X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, 1X, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X, but you can also customize the size if you wish. The coverup is designed to look like a dress what’s easy wear by wrapping around your body. Crochet a coverup for your next beach visit or pool party!

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Where is the Oddest Place You’ve Crocheted?

By Rachel Choi – May 2nd, 2018 20 Comments

Crochet is a portable hobby that can be done around the house, at the doctor’s office, on your lunch break, or on the bus or airplane. But just for fun and giggles, where is the oddest, weirdest, most unusual place you have ever crocheted? Come on, give us all a good laugh and share your experience below and see what others are saying!

Crochet Pattern: Chunky Doily

By Rachel Choi – April 30th, 2018 Be the first to comment

Who said doilies have to be crocheted with small thread? This doily is crocheted using medium/worsted weight yarn and still has all the elegance of a classic doily. With the thicker than usual yarn (for a doily at least), it works up super quick so that you can crochet an entire set of doilies in a day. The thicker yarn also makes it a great first doily pattern for beginners. The doilies would look great under a flower pot, candy dish, or even used as a trivet.

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30% OFF Monster Container Crochet Pattern

By Rachel Choi – April 27th, 2018 Be the first to comment

Now 30% OFF in the Crochet Spot Store, the Monster Container crochet pattern would make an excellent crayon holder for a kid’s craft room. You can also use the container to hold other small supplies. You’re imagination is the limit! Feel free to crochet a bunch of little monsters to create an entire set.

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Free Crochet Pattern: Knit Stitch Dishcloth

By Amy – April 25th, 2018 2 Comments

Knit Stitch Dishcloth at Crochet Spot

The knit stitch is a remarkable stitch to use when you want something unique but still basic, because it is worked just like a single crochet, only shallower. Check out the tutorial for this stitch here!

Using this stitch for a dishcloth is a perfect way to add character to an everyday piece. Crochet this dishcloth in only a few hours or less and add it to your linen supplies for a rustic, handmade touch! And don’t be surprised when your friends want a few as well.

Tip: always use yarn made from natural fibers, specifically cotton and linen, for kitchen linens so that they won’t pill with constant use!
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