Hey all! Kristina and I try to make an afghan each month for Newborns in Need to share with everyone. You can see our past patterns HERE.
Today I want to share with you a fun new Rainbow Weave Afghan.
For this weave, I kept it simple but I have so many ideas running through my head to make this simple afghan even better! I am thinking you will be thinking the same thing! Gotta love unrestrained creativity! 🙂
Hey everyone! A while back Stella from Purfylle shared her adorable Crochet Cat Coasters (HERE) as part of our Handmade Christmas Blog Hop. We joined a bunch of other bloggers to share 12 crafty Christmas gifts you could make for those on your “Good” list. One a month so you can craft along!
Back to Stella’s cat coasters – I loved the different ways she changed up these simple coasters to give each cat it’s own personality plus the pattern is so easy, anyone could make them! I decided to make some too!
Hey afghan lovers! Another free crochet pattern for you! I am calling this Loving the 4th of July Baby Afghan – though I have been told by several people now that Pink/White/Blue is not actually patriotic…… This afghan has a sweet pink heart in the center of the granny, then a few rows of antique white, switching in pastel blue for a few rows and ending with a simple edging in antique white. You, of course, can use any colors you like – maybe Red, White and Blue even!
Hey everyone! We have a super quick and easy Lapghan free crochet pattern for you today. This whips up quick and so easy to personalize based on colors. We used two, use as many as you want! Increase the length or width (or decrease) based on the size afghan you might want. We wanted a ‘lapghan’ which is usually about 3 foot wide and 4 foot long. Great size for small ones, snuggling on the sofa, people in wheelchairs and more uses!