Hi friends. I'm sure we've all seen the monochrome crochet bias wrap and admired it immensely. Well, here's a big opportunity to DIY as you learn the twists and turns involved in crocheting this classy and friendly shawl that goes well with many attires to make your personal fashion statement. I tell you that this tutorial here explains clearly the step by step process of the mosaic stitches that make up this beautiful shawl. Materials needed: Yarn Hook size 3.5mm. Adjust hook size if necessary to ob...
This DIY jewelry dish is ours for free today. Just make ample use of the foolproof tutorials below and follow the pattern guide to get this done quickly and easily accessible and efficiently. This dish will seat perfectly and prettily on your vanity, and as part of the decor of a home. Those rings and chains will also have a perfect place to lay. So friends, don't let this opportunity pass you by without using it well! Materials needed: Worsted weight #4 yarn in white Size G+ (4.5mm) Odyssey hook...
Do you love this sweater like I do? Oh my God. The draping effect is simply out of this world beautiful, no? Never thought I could ever make something like this myself until I saw the tutorial and how instructive it was. I started work on it, my hooks twisting and turning until finally I saw the sweater taking shape. You won't believe my excitement when I completed it! My daughter tried it on and it was, mmm lovely (even if I say so myself). So guys, get on your work bench, get your stuff an...
Yum, yum. This oriental look really does get me any day. The Savannah crochet block is so so rich in its vibrancy and attention to detail. Friends, we can't let this go out of our grasp, especially when these pieces joined together make a splendid blanket in any size of your choice. The tutorial here just made life much easier by being both free and clearly instructive. So, get going mad making the Savannah oriental all the way! Materials needed: Hook size: 6mm/J Yarn
Yuck! Some might say but let me tell you that even geckos have their day with the books, particularly when they are crocheted lizards as these. They make the perfect bookmarks for our reading as well as soft toys for children. The tutorial here makes it not only possible but also easy for you to create this useful piece! Materials needed: Scissors Polyfill Stitch marker Tapestry needle 6mm safety eyes 2.5mm crochet hook Yarn
Yeah, follow the instructions and crochet this mini rug yourself. The mug rug allows you to relax with not just your mug but also your cereal bowl and even your coffee pot so why not get into the action and make this lively piece for you! Materials needed: 5mm crochet hook Yarn Yarn needle Scissors
This ripple blanket pattern is a sure attention getter any day. The tutorial aptly captures the steps to follow to get the ripple effect on the blanket. So friends, let's bring out our tool bag and get the ball rolling! Materials needed: Crochet Hook (9/5.5 mm) Yarn Tapestry Needle & Scissors for weaving ends
Are you in need of a beautiful cardigan to keep you warm? I love making cardigans and some time ago I stumbled on an amazing cardigan DIY. Today, I’ll be sharing it with you all. Are your yarns and hooks ready? Haha! Materials needed: Yarn Hook 4.5mm Yarn needle
Is your friend having a baby soon? Looking for the perfect gift? Do your kids need new blankets? Well, you can’t really go wrong with blankets. Today we’ll be making crochet stripped blankets. Let’s begin! Materials needed: I-9 (5.50 mm) Crochet Hook Yarn
I’ve been sharing some crafts with you all but today I’ll like to share a crocheting skill. From the title you could have guessed that it’s the magic circle. A lot of people find it difficult making a perfect magic circle. Does it give you problem? Well, it’s an important skill as it helps make baskets, bowls, stuffed toys and much more. Materials needed: Yarn Hook
Herbal tea towel rings aren’t only cute but they also help keep towels off the floor. It’s very common for towels to be all over the kitchen and trust me, it ain’t cute. This DIY is super easy and fast, let’s begin! Materials needed: 5.5mm Crochet Hook Bonnie Craft Cord 2mm in Jute - Approx. 20 yards 3’’ Steel Ring Tapestry Needle Scissors
Not long ago I shared with you all how to make dish scrubbies. Today, I’ll be sharing how to make scrubbies that can be unrolled for better washing. These scrubbies are also very cute and are perfect as gifts. Materials needed: 1. 100% cotton worsted weight(size 4) yarn. I used Lion Brand 24/7 cotton. 2. A G(4.25mm) hook. 3. Tapestry needle to weave in the ends.
Sweeper mops are very easy and comfortable to use but finding mop covers for them can be difficult sometimes. The covers are either too big or small. You might not even be able to get the patterns you like. These diy covers can be washed and are reusable. Materials needed: - 130 yards of worsted cotton yarn - 4mm crochet hook - Scissors - Tapestry needle to sew/weave in ends - Stitch markers (optional, they can come in handy to keep rows even)
I love doing the dishes.The smell of dishwashing liquids, the softness of the dish scrubbers and the bubbles. But why buy dish scrubbers if you can make them? They are easy and fun to make. Materials needed: Tulle 100% cotton yarn large crochet hook
As you know I adore decorating flower pots and I like plants, but today we`re not going to work with real flowers or plants. We will crochet with you the cutest flower pot and purple flowers. Have you ever heard about amigurumi? This is a simple technique to crochet but so many things you can make: from toys to our nice flower pot! Things you need: 1 skein Lion Brand Vanna’s Choce in Toffee (Weight: 4/Medium, 3.5 oz, 170 yds) 1 mini skein each of DIYarn in Purple, Cream, & Grass (Weight: 4/Medium...