Want to add some farmhouse flair to your Christmas Tree? This ever-popular Christmas Tree Skirt is a perfect way to add some coziness to the bottom of your tree. Made by crocheting two strands together and using simple stitches, this free crochet pattern is easy enough for a beginner and works up quickly!
I’d like to introduce you to my good friend, Sarah from A Plush Pineapple!
I am so excited to have her as a guest designer today. She is sharing her Stay Sweet Pineapple Pillow, which is a modification of my Easter Tails Pillow.
Want to know what to make for your very first crochet project? These cute, easy crochet pumpkins are perfect for the novice crocheter! Small, simple, and can hide your uneven edges easily. Why make a potholder, washcloth, or scarf if you aren’t excited about the project? Branch out and try these crochet pumpkins that look complicated, but aren’t!
When you feel unqualified, too “small”, awkward, nervous, or don’t know what to say when reaching out to companies, know that you are not alone. I would venture to say that we all feel that way! Don’t cut yourself short and go for it! Put yourself out there, contact these companies, show them how you would be beneficial to them, and don’t wait for them to make the first contact with you. If you want it, you have to go after it!
Want a free beginner crochet pattern? This 4th of July crochet pillow is perfect for the beginner crocheter. A video tutorial is included to show you how to create the crochet stars. They are called modified lazy daisy stitches. Add flair and style to your summer crochet patterns with these stylish crochet home decor patterns!