Crochet Pattern: Cozy Keyhole Scarf

By Rachel Choi – December 10th, 2016 Be the first to comment

Forget traditional scarves when you can wear a keyhole scarf! This scarf has a small hole strategically placed that allows you to pull the end of the scarf through to secure it around your neck. You don’t have to worry about knotting the scarf or wrapping the scarf around your neck multiple times and having it unravel. Keyhole scarves also use less yarn than traditional scarves, making them less bulky to wear and quicker to crochet.

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Free Crochet Patterns for Christmas

By Rachel Choi – December 8th, 2016 6 Comments

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Christmas is almost here and I hope your hooks are moving, because you’re running out of time! In this post I rounded up a few last minute crochet patterns that are small and quick to crochet. And yes, they are FREE! Everyone loves that magic F word, right?! Below I categorized the patterns into ornaments, appliques (which can also be used as ornaments), and other fun Christmas and winter themed patterns.
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Crochet Pattern: Tall Ice Cream Cone Applique

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – December 6th, 2016 Be the first to comment
Ever since I attended a craft party for the charity Sole Hope, I have been thinking about crafting with denim in new ways. During the party, we cut up old jeans into pieces to make shoes for children who need them. Thinking of old jeans as a textile, I began imagining painted denim canvases and tote bags. And a denim tote bag would look great with a crochet applique like this one on it!

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Crochet Pattern: Subtle Bow Ear Warmers

By Rachel Choi – December 3rd, 2016 Be the first to comment

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This easy crochet pattern is crocheted with a stretchy, ridged stitch pattern and a plain pattern to create a subtle contrasting bow. The ear warmer pattern comes in 4 sizes: baby, toddler, child, and adult. Crochet a matching mother daughter set! The pattern also has instructions for customizing the ear warmer to be any width and circumference that you desire.

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Crochet Pattern: Reusable Gift Bow

By Caissa "Cami" McClinton – December 1st, 2016 2 Comments
The holidays are just around the corner. How are you doing with your handmade list? Well, sometimes you’d like to add a handmade touch to your gifts, even if you have to buy the gift itself. Previously, I shared Three Ways to Incorporate Crochet into Your Gift Wrapping, and those ideas still hold up. Today I share a simple pattern to make a crocheted bow that you can use over and over. Switch up the colors to match any gift wrap or theme!

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Best and Worst Crochet Hooks

By Rachel Choi – November 29th, 2016 30 Comments

Previously we discussed the best and worst yarn brands. Now let’s talk about the best and worst crochet hooks. Choosing a crochet hook brand can be as easy as buying whatever is on sale, or as difficult as testing them all out to see what doesn’t hurt your hand or snag and split your yarn. What is your favorite crochet hook brand? Do you prefer metal, plastic, bamboo, or wood crochet hooks? Are there crochet hooks that you refuse to use?

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What are the best and worst crochet hooks that you’ve used? Share your experience in the comments below and check out what others are saying!

Crochet Pattern: Super Chunky Hi-Lo Cowl

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

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Here is a cowl with the cozy, fashionable look of chunky yarn but without the uncomfortable bulk that often accompanies it. Designed with a high and a low end, this cowl fits just right around the neck. The high end is tall enough to be worn like a hood, while the low end sits comfortably under the chin. Rotate the cowl and wear the high end in the front and the low end in the back to create a nicely draped, classic cowl but without the bunching in the back.

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Black Friday to Cyber Monday: 40% OFF Crochet Patterns!

By Rachel Choi – November 24th, 2016 2 Comments

It’s that time of year again when we’re kicking our holiday crocheting into full speed! From black Friday to cyber Monday, select crocheting patterns are 40% off. These patterns include customer favorites, best sellers, and other patterns that would make great holiday gifts. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to the Crochet Spot Store to see if your favorite patterns are on sale!

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Below are just some of the crochet patterns that are apart of the sale. Be sure to visit each of the sections in the store to see even more!




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There’s no need for coupon codes, the crochet patterns that are apart of the sale are already marked down. Add the crochet patterns you want to your cart and check out. Then download the crochet patterns you purchased, directly from your store account. If you need help while shopping or crocheting, feel free to let me know and I’ll be sure to help!

Crochet Pattern: Easy Breezy Cowl

By Candace – November 22nd, 2016 4 Comments
Need a quick, easy gift for the upcoming holidays? This project with have you close to done in no time. Despite its name, you should be nice and warm wearing this cowl, but getting through it is a breeze. The pattern is a great choice for beginner crocheters. crochet_easy_breezy_cowl

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Christmas Crochet Patterns

By Rachel Choi – November 20th, 2016 4 Comments

If you haven’t started crocheting for Christmas, you’re late! Crocheting Christmas gifts can take a lot of time, so you better get started now if you haven’t already. In this post I’ve rounded up a bunch of Christmas themed crochet patterns to get you in the spirit of holiday crocheting. Use these patterns to make gifts or decorate your home.

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