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Cross Over Stitch Blanket 

 Learn how to crochet this Cross Over Stitch baby blanket that just might become an heirloomThey mean the world to the parents who receive your beautiful gift and will likely treasure
their beautiful blanket for years to come.
This Cross-Over stitch crochet blanket
is super easy to make and like many of our patterns, once you get started, you can practically make it with your eyes closed.

Fringe Clutch

This is the perfect little present you can make for that teen in your life! Or make one for yourself – this almost looks like a designer purse! This easy crochet pattern has it all! It's just the right size for all your essentials like your phone, wallet and lipstick. This little crochet purse is made in a rectangle with a half circle flap closing the bag. What really makes this bag modern though, is the delicate fringe detail and fun tassel attached to the edge.

Cross Hatch Button Up Cowl 

This cowl is the perfect crochet pattern for beginners or even the more experienced crocheter. It is super easy and quick to make; I made it in one day. The yarn I used is really soft and I love how thick and luxurious it feels when I wear it. It's the perfect crochet scarf pattern – make one for yourself and then make more for the special people in your life!

Easy Elizabeth Stitch Fingerless Gloves

Fingerless gloves are a go-to these days as we find ourselves constantly needing ours phones to check email, respond to texts and deal with business matters. These gloves help to keep a large portion of your hand warm while giving your fingers a little more freedom.
Keep your hands cozy on a chilly day with these gloves. These are called the “Elizabeth” fingerless gloves as this crochet pattern uses the Elizabeth stitch. These are quick to make, taking only 2 -3 hours to complete. 

Puff Stitch Market Bag

This crochet market bag is made using the puff stitch which adds texture and shape to a classic design like this.
This would make an amazing farmers market bag or even a beach bag as it’s an open stitch pattern.
The bag pattern is made using pima cotton yarn. It’s so soft and adds beautiful definition to the stitches!

Moss Stitch Cowl

If you love trying out new crochet stitches, you’re going to love working up this cowl. Crocheting it is easy and fun because this crochet scarf uses the moss stitch. The crochet moss stitch is textural and forms a squishy fabric, perfect for cozying up. This crochet scarf pattern is simple and classic. The moss stitch crochet fabric is extra warm because of its density. You can even make this pattern using different crochet stitches. The versatility of this crochet cowl pattern is what makes it a favorite.

Aligned Cobble Stitch Pillow

You can never have too many pillows.
I love this crochet pillow pattern and know it’s going to add a lot of love to
your home. That soft, solid texture
makes basically any place you decide
to put it feel cozier. Choose a bulky
yarn so you can really show off the cobble stitch used in this crochet
pattern. Plus,a bulky yarn works up
really quickly. You could even make this pattern in just one day.

Cat Beanie

This crochet beanie is so cute. It’s got
two little cat ears stitched into the top of the beanie. The bottom of the beanie is trimmed in a decorative ribbed stitch while the rest is worked in a simple
single crochet. This is an easy crochet
hat pattern and fast project that’s lots of fun to make and even more fun to wear. 

Asymmetrical Crochet Poncho Pattern

This crochet wrap is lightweight,
trendy, and versatile. Plus, it comes together really easily which makes
this a great project for all levels. The poncho is perfect for any season
when you need a little warmth! Customize this to fit into your wardrobe with your color of choice!

Easy Breezy Buttoned Cowl

The Breezy Buttoned Crochet Cowl is so easy to make and works up quickly. And let me tell you, if you ever decide to splurge on some yarn, this is the one you'll want, especially when it's wrapped around your neck. This acrylic alpaca yarn is the softest, coziest and most luxurious yarn to have against your skin – seriously, I can't stop touching it! Made using the primrose stitch, this is a simple pattern that uses basic crochet stitches.
If you're looking for a fun crochet project that looks great with just about any outfit, this easy crochet pattern is perfect for you. You might even find yourself making a few cowls for your friends too!

Cross-Over Block Stitch Infinity Scarf

The cross-over block stitch has a lovely texture and look to it and could be used for crochet blankets, washcloths, bags, hats and more. You will be so pleased with how this infinity scarf pattern turns out that you are going to want to make these as the perfect gifts for those special people in your life!

Crochet Infinity Scarf

Crochet scarf patterns are so easy and this one has a really nice rhythm to it once things get moving along. If you want to learn how to crochet a scarf, this a great beginner project. It’s easy to learn and fun to make. It’s almost as easy as learning how to wear an infinity scarf. They’re such great pieces because you can throw them on and they go with everything. This crochet infinity scarf uses bulky yarn. And you can make it as long as you can single crochet and double crochet. We love how simplistic this crochet cowl pattern is and I know you will too.

Striped Pinched Crochet Headband

These headbands are the perfect
crochet accessory to add a pop of fun and color to your child's outfit. They
also make great gifts or stocking 
stuffers. This headband crochet pattern only uses a small amount of yarn so you can make more to give to friends and family. This is a really easy crochet pattern, something you can make in an hour or two.

Baby Mittens

This mitten pattern is one of the
sweetest crochet baby patterns you’ll find. And it’s so easy too. Baby patterns are usually very basic because of their size and the fact that babies grow so quickly. These crochet baby mitts are easy to make, but add a little bit of flair, unlike most quick and easy crochet patterns. They use basic crochet stitches like single crochet and double crochet. They also work in the front and back post for some stitches.

Small Pet Stripy Sweater

This crochet pattern (for cats or dogs) is so cute and has two little holes for your pet's front two legs. There’s ribbed banding around the neckline too so it’s extra comfy for the little fella. This
crochet pet sweater pattern is made out of a super soft worsted weight yarn. Crochet pet sweater patterns don’t have to be intimidating. This little sweater is so easy to make and your pets will appreciate it so much during the colder months. You could even make it a little crochet pet hat to match.

Primrose Stitch Cowl 

A crochet scarf is a classic gift.
People are always in need of cowls
and something cozy to wrap up in. This
is one of the many reasons people choose these simple patterns as their first crochet project! And even better
this crochet cowl pattern doesn’t
change much, crochet stitches are
used to make any crochet cowl really unique! This one uses the primrose
stitch but you can always swap that stitch out and choose from a variety
of different crochet stitches. Your
options are endless, which is why this pattern is so appealing!

Plant Pot Covers

If you’re looking to brighten up your
home or need a gift idea for a housewarming present, we’ve got an amazing project for you. These Crochet Plant Pot Covers are so colorful, and a great way to liven up any room. Not only that but this is an easy crochet pattern that's perfect for showing how to crochet in the round for beginners. Crocheting this pattern is a fun way to practice basic crochet techniques like crochet in the round, single crochet and double crochet. Brighten up that dark corner of your home, or draw attention to your windowsill with this bold and easy crochet pattern and customize using colors that you love!

Girls' Boho Halter Top

We absolutely love this top and it
was super easy to make. You can whipped up this crochet pattern in only
 a few hours. The most challenging part of the halter top is crocheting stitches together (double crochet 2 together)
but once you've got that mastered (it's really easy) and you'll have this adorable top made before you know it. Also, if you're looking for something a little more modest, you could make the bottom part longer or add a fringe to cover more of the belly. However you make it, this crochet top will become your daughter's (or niece, or granddaughter, or cousin's) favorite piece of summer wear.

Outlander Cowl

Have you seen the TV series from Starz, Outlander? It is a historical time travel drama based on the best-selling books by Diana Gaboldon. The storyline follows the passionate relationship between two lead characters, combat nurse Claire and the chivalrous and handsome Scottish warrior Jamie. Inspired by Claire's cowl in Outlander we decided to see if we could come up with something similar. Of course, Claire's cowl is knit so it's impossible to get the exact same design and drape but we thought we'd give it a go!. 

This cowl pattern is easy to make and works up really quickly – this can be done in one evening.

Two Tone Fair Isle Beanie Hat

Why settle on one color when I could use both! When it comes to easy fair isle crochet patterns, this two tone fair isle beanie is perfect. Traditional fair isle patterns are really popular in the craft community. Fair isle is a technique that creates designs in a pattern through color changes. One stitch in a contrasting color can represent one pixel in a design. This would be a good pattern to start with if you haven’t tried fair isle before.

This is the perfect hat for someone who loves color and design. The little details make all the difference and set this hat apart from the rest. And the pattern is easy to work which makes it fun and fast.

Primrose Dishcloth

If you haven’t used crocheted dishcloths for doing your dishes, you’re missing out. They’re fabulous for scrubbing dirty dishes and many people I know swear by them. These dishcloths are workhorses and after using them, you'll never go back to store-bought cloths. It’s also an opportunity to be a little bit eco-conscious and that’s never a bad thing.
This crochet pattern is relatively simple and will give you a chance to try out the lovely primrose stitch. It uses basic crochet stitches that are perfect for beginners.

Crochet washcloths and dishcloths also make a cute gift for friends and family. People can never have too many dishcloths – especially cute handmade crochet dishcloths like these ones!

Elizabeth Stitch Boot Cuff

It's a stunningly versatile crochet stitch that can be used in a myriad of patterns and projects (as you can see from my ever-growing list of Elizabeth Stitch patterns here on Dabbles & Babbles including my fingerless gloves, hat and scarf crochet patterns). These boot cuffs are very quick to make, taking only an hour or two. They are the perfect accessory to go with a pair of jeans and your favorite boots. If you’re still looking for the perfect holiday gift ideas these crochet boot cuffs can be customized to each and every person on your list whether they’re friends, family, or colleagues.  

Coraline in Morocco One Skein Cowl

It's quite possible this is my new favorite cowl pattern. Not to mention, this yarn is quite soft and the color just screamed sheer joy at me. My Red Heart Reflective was shipped to me and when I opened the box, I gasped. I gasped so deeply that I may have reversed a black hole somewhere in the universe. Nonetheless, we all survived, I completed a ton of orders and weeks later, I finally got to start swatching.

Watermelon Hat

Made with worsted weight Lion Brand Vanna's Choice yarn, this hat will keep your child's head toasty warm and is so adorable to boot.

This crochet beanie is made with simple stitches like the double crochet stitch, front post double crochet and back
post double crochet stitches. Not sure how to make the front or back post double crochet stitches? Check out our Ultimate Crochet Stitch Library with
video tutorials.

Cozy Fall Headband

It’s so easy to get caught up in making projects for the little ones we love. But oftentimes we forget to do something nice for ourselves too. And that’s why we created the Cozy Fall Crochet Headband project! There’s no reason for you to miss out on the fun with these simple and stylish accessories.The Cozy Fall Headband is worked using single and double crochet stitches. And it’s crocheted as one long piece that can be tied and untied each time you wear it. That way it’s sure to fit you and your little one!  It’s a perfect last-minute gift idea. It’s also perfect for a creative loved one who’s just starting out with crochet.

Newborn Nightcap Hat

This Newborn Nightcap Hat is a a great photo prop! This pattern is great for a girl or boy as it can be made with blue or pink yarn and customized! Use this for your newborn photo session or to keep your babies head warm in on those chilly days. Choose the colors you want to use and work this pattern up super quickly using single, half double and double crochet stitches for that special baby in your life! This also makes the perfect baby shower gift or a hat that so many of you love to donate! The simple triangular shape is easy to stitch, and the moon and star embellishments add to the cuteness. 

Coraline on Times Square Cowl

My second new favorite…. When we started the Coraline in Morocco Cowl, I just knew I needed to try some variations and I could not stick to any single one, and so there were two. 
Coraline travels solo and goes wherever the culture leads. Yes. It's CORAline, not Caroline. She's headed to New York for this inspired piece. This cowl is great because it can be worn loose around the neck or folded and up on the shoulders. This 2-skein pattern works up quickly and is easy intermediate.

Cluster Newborn Hat

Try this Cluster Newborn Hat pattern for an adorable little newborn! This is a great hat for a baby shower gift. It is also easy to change from boy, girl, or neutral gender styles. 

I'm not sure about you but I have always found the cluster stitch to be easy, just grab your super fine weight yarn and E hook – it's time to get started since it takes less than a day to make this super cute professionally made looking hat!

Preemie Newborn Caleb Hat

Another one of our favorite newborn hats! Are you looking for a simple, yet cute hat for a preemie or newborn? These preemie/newborn button hats have become pretty popular, and everyone loves how cute they are! 

You can customize and add different style buttons or even embellishments to give this hates its' own personality! We love how quick it is to make and of course you can pick whatever color you want to work this project up.

Easy DIY Tassel Earrings

If you’ve ever been interested in making your own jewelry, these Crochet Tassel Earrings are the perfect project for you. Learning how to crochet earrings can be really rewarding, and puts you in control of your own style. These crochet earrings are so unique and will really stand out. If you’re looking to make a statement with your jewelry, you should give them a try. And as a bonus, they're actually really easy to make. The crochet pattern starts off using the magic circle and explains how to make your own tassels. And you can customize the color to go with all your outfits.

Granny Stitch Cowl

If you are an intermediate crocheter and looking for a fun project to make, this is the granny stitch cowl for you! Granny stitch is a classic crochet stitch pattern that’s quick and easy to make once you get the hang of it. This cowl crochet pattern is worked in the round to make it go even faster. Picots in a contrasting color along the edge give a feminine flair and make the project pop. You could also turn this into a stash busting project by changing colors every few rounds. 

Preemie Newborn Polar Bear Hat

I could not love this hat anymore! First of all can you say CUTE! It's the perfect gender neutral hat that you can make for the perfect photo shoot prop for those winter babies! What's even better is it is a simple pattern that even those new to crochet can do and do well! So grab your favorite super soft worsted weight yarn and get started!

Coraline in Rio Mini Wrap

Here is the another one of our Coraline designs! Coraline in Rio Mini Wrap crochet pattern. It's light, airy, and refreshing wrap. Wear it across the front and draped over the shoulders or rolled up into rosettes and joined on the side with my Shawl Toggle invention.

Tiffany Ear Warmers

This stylish turban headband is simple, yet the perfect accessory! Trying to think of a last minute gift? Whip this up in less than a half hour!  It’s sized to fit teens and adults and uses worsted weight yarn and basic single and double crochet stitches. This would be a fun one to stitch up in bulk for gifts for all the women in your office or as party favors for a teen girl’s birthday party. Or just make one in every color to compliment all your favorite outfits. Use it as a headband in warmer weather or an ear warmer when it’s cold outside. Either way you’ll be looking great in no time. 

Modern Cowl

The most recent addition to my collection is the Modern Crochet Cowl. The colors are what really sets it apart from my other scarves. My version is completed in a mix of blues and blue greens, which I made with a multicolored yarn. It’s a big design without having to weave in all the ends and shift colors. 

The colors in this crochet cowl pattern make it really stand out, as does the unique back loop only stitch. The whole crochet scarf is worked in this simple yet decorative stitch, so it’s a quick project.

Beanie Hat 

This crocheted Beanie Hat is perfect for so many reasons. It’s made using a beautiful daisy stitch with a pom pom on top. And it has a ribbed trim around the bottom which makes it nice and stretchy to help fit any sized head. 

This beanie was worked using a 100% merino wool yarn in a beautiful silver color. This shade is so stunning. It’s subtle and fun and perfect for men or women.

This is a great pattern to make in bulky for charity giving or to always have a gift or two on hand when you need them.

Amaya Cowl

This pretty crocheted cowl is worked in bulky yarn so it’s super warm for whenever you need an extra layer of warmth. 

The Amaya Cowl Crochet Pattern uses a picot stitch worked in a contrasting color to make a super interesting striped effect. The rest of the project is an easy textured stitch that you can do in a solid color or add stripes to as well. 

You could also work the picot round more often if you want a more openwork look the the project. So many fun possibilities. 


Penelope’s Lacy Wrap

Penelope's Lacy Wrap crochet pattern is so versatile that it can be worn in so many ways, including a scarf or swimsuit cover up wrapped around the hips. Within 2 to 3 hours, you’ll have something lovely for a Quick Christmas gift or Easter picnic.You’ll find the pattern is written in such a way that you can modify the width or length very easily to suit your size or outfit. Imagine adding fringe! 
The multicolored yarn used adds a lot of depth and texture but this would also be stunning as a solid color project. Since you can make them up so fast you can try it in lots of colors. 

Mercedes Slouch Hat

Hats are for all seasons, and this lightweight crocheted hat is a great one to make and wear when the weather is warmer. 

It’s worked in a fine-weight yarn, so it’s not too heavy, and mostly uses double crochet, which has a little bit of space in the stitches so it doesn’t make a fabric that’s super warm. 

The hat is worked from the top down and has great slouch for holding all your hair or just giving a relaxed look. 

Primrose Baby Boots

The little one in your life deserves the absolute best, so why not give it to them? These crochet booties were made for walking. Sort of. They were made for walking and crawling. You also know that everything about your baby is special – it’s all the more meaningful to crochet the shoes yourself. A plus side? These boots have a little bit of stretch in them. So even though your baby is constantly growing, these shoes will stick around for a while.  Pick two colors of cotton yarn, and start crocheting these baby boots that they’re going to want to keep around even when they finally grow out of them.  You’ll love this easy crochet pattern, that uses the primrose stitch and gives a unique look that no other baby out there’s going to be sporting. That adorable cuff? Come on.

Preemie Newborn Baby Giraffe Hat

This sweet little giraffe hat is great to make for any baby in your life.  It’s sized for a preemie to a newborn up to 11 pounds, and has cute ears, horns and other details that make it perfect for a newborn photo shoot with an animal theme, or just for a little one to wear when they’re feeling a little wild.  The hat could be worked in different colors and with different features to look like an alien or some other wild thing as well if you wanted. Either way this one stitches up quickly for a last-minute shower gift to celebrate a new little one. 

Twisted Mixed Cluster Headband 

The Twist Mixed Cluster Crochet Headband is a beautiful headband that will keep my ears warm and my hair looking goodIt’s got a beautiful little twist in the front of the headband and uses decorative crochet stitches to create a unique design. It alternates rows of the cluster stitch and single crochets to create what looks like a detailed ribbed design.  This version is worked in a superwash wool. It’s so easy to take care of this headband thanks to the yarn. And it’s really lightweight and soft so it won’t cause any itching or irritation to your forehead.  It’s a fast crochet project that looks really detailed and the yarn emphasizes the stitchwork. 


Even Moss Stitch Boot Cuff 

Who doesn’t love boot cuffs, especially cute crochet boot cuffs! Not only are they trendy and warm, but they are interchangeable and add a custom touch to any pair of boots.
I love the chunky look and feel of these boot cuffs and the oversized button adds a pop of flair.  Did I also mention how obsessed I am with the even moss stitch? It's super easy to understand if you’ve never used it before and it creates a beautiful diagonal crochet stitch pattern without much effort. It's a great crochet pattern for beginners.  Boot cuffs have saved my bank account, every time I think I need another pair of boots, these cuffs remind me that I can change the look of my foot ware without breaking the bank. Learn how to make your very own cuff with this fun and easy crochet pattern.

Sweetheart Cowl

The most important accessory is a smile, but after that, it’s all up to you. This sweetheart cowl is bound to become one of your go-to accessories on colder days.  You’ll love the whimsical pattern almost as much as how easy it is to follow. This pattern is worked in the round, so brush up on those crochet skills before you begin.  With a pattern this cute and unique, you’ll want to ditch your plain old scarves every time you see them hanging in your closet. You can choose to crochet with whatever color fits that outfit you have in mind. We’re envisioning how great it would look paired with some knee-high boots and layered under a winter coat. This cowl is also light enough to wear in warmer weather. Using bright colors can add a touch of spring to your everyday outfits. You might even want to make two, so you can rotate your wardrobe accordingly. Grab your crochet hook and get ready to dress to impress.

Flirty Shawl

When you slip this shawl over your shoulders, you’re saying “I’m ready for anything.” Really, though, because this easy crochet pattern gets you a shawl that you’re going to want to wear everywhere. We can see this making a great addition to any outfit at a picnic, a brunch, or just an outing where you want to wear something flirty and fun. Pick a yarn color that’s going to compliment your outfit, and you’ll be the most fashion-forward of your friends. This crochet shawl pattern should only take about two to three hours to make, and you can modify how long or wide you want it to be. Choose a medium to light yarn so you can feel easy and breezy when donning your shawl.  You know the kind of dress that makes you want to spin around in circles in a big field of flowers? This is the crochet shawl equivalent of that dress.

Double Knot Beanie

Hats can sometimes be a little intimidating to newer crocheters because of the shaping. But this newborn-sized Double Knot Beanie removes that issue because it’s worked straight all the way down. The beginning looks a little strange because you are working the “tails” that will be tied at the end first, but just follow the directions and you’ll be on to the fun, textured body of the hat in no time.  This hat is sized for newborns but has a good amount of stretch since we all know there’s no standard newborn size!

Washcloth Set 

I was racking my brain the other day for gift ideas for a friend and I came up with a great idea…what if I crocheted some beautiful handmade washcloths? A self-care kit with lotions and face masks. Just little ways to treat herself and de-stress. And I decided this crochet washcloth set would be the perfect addition. These washcloths are perfect for pampering. They’re stitched up using a beautiful lemon peel stitch and are made out of 100% cotton yarn. Perfect for mild exfoliation and sensitive skin.  The washcloths even have little loops to hang them up. And they’re easy to care for because they’re machine washable and dryer safe.  These are a great addition to a gift basket, or use them as a stocking stuffer. Whatever you choose, they’ll be appreciated.


Good Morning Cowl

This is the project for the time of year when it’s cool in the morning but not as cool throughout the day. Or when you are in air conditioning that’s a little too cool for your outfit. The best way to dress during times like that is to wear layers. This sweet crochet cowl is made to supply warmth and comfort to help kick start our days. The crochet stitch I came up with for this cowl is so much fun. It includes 3 beginner stitches- making this a great project for anyone.

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel

Do you have a tote bag obsession? If so, you're in the right place. I do too!  I wanted to design a crochet purse you could take along with you to lunch with your girlfriends, or to a night out on the town. It quickly became a favorite crochet design and I want to take it everywhere.  You’ll need to grab three skeins of yarn in your favorite color, and get crocheting. You can pick whatever color matches what you wear most. This is another beginner-friendly pattern that uses basic crochet stitches like single and double crochet.  I have designed this easy crochet bag using basic crochet stitches using US terminology of chains, single crochet, half double crochets, and double crochet stitches so it is not complicated but still has an overall effect of looking fabulous.  Learn this new crochet skill or continue to perfect an old crochet skill. In the end, you’ll have a practical yet gorgeous crochet purse to add to your collection.

Preemie Newborn Lacy Butterfly Hat

This Lacy Butterfly crochet hat pattern has the adorable lacy effect while keeping it simple and easy. This hat that looks hard to make simply uses the basic stitches.  It mostly uses double crochet stitches to form the base of the hat, then the cute butterfly effect is added when the stitching is done. It looks more complicated than it is but gives a really sweet look to this simple hat.  The hat uses medium weight yarn (the softer the better!) and is sized from a 1-3 pound preemie to a newborn up to 11 pounds. This is a great hat to use up your stash and make hats to donate or to give to all the new babies in your life (they always seem to come in batches, don’t they?). 

One Skein Cowl

We created this crochet cowl pattern with a sense of adventure in mind. We love to travel and experience new places, so we made this cowl for you to bring along on your journey. It’s simple and versatile, just the kind of thing you need when you’re on the go. And not such a bad idea for a crochet accessory that you can keep at home for everyday wear, too.  Like the name says, you’ll only need one skein of yarn to crochet this cowl – it's the perfect one-skein crochet pattern. So in addition to everything else, it’s budget-friendly, too. You might want to pick up three or four skeins and go to town. It’s simple and easy, so why not make a few? These crochet cowls make a great last-minute gift as well as a fast, fun crochet project to use up your leftover skeins of yarn.  Get your favorite color, or go for an ombre yarn to add some depth to the crochet pattern. Slip this cowl on and you’re ready to go for the day. Just be prepared for all the compliments you’re about to receive.

Crochet Water Lily Flower

Do you ever find yourself in a certain type of mood for a particular kind of crochet project? The other day, I realized I was in the mood to make flowers- only I didn't want to make just any flower. I wanted to crochet a flower that I have never seen crocheted before.  The Water Lily crochet flower looks a lot like the Water Lotus, but when you really research you will see the difference between the two easily. I decided on designing a Water Lily because the lilies grow in a variety of colors… allowing my color options to be endless.  It's fun to experiment with different stitch combinations to make new and interesting designs. And once you start making these you’ll find all sorts of fun uses for them, from decorating headbands to adding to gifts. 

Star Stitch Fingerless Gloves

There's nothing like a pair of fingerless gloves when you're feeling chilly but still need to send a quick text message. Mittens are such a pain for texting, but fingerless gloves solve that problem. That's why I love these Star Stitch Fingerless gloves.  Not only are they fun to wear, but the star stitch is also fun to crochet as well!  Fingerless gloves are great for gift giving because they don’t have to be a particular size and they are so useful for wearing when it’s cold out but you still need to use your fingers (or if you work in a cold office and still need to type!)

Bobble Messy Bun Hat 

When it comes to this crochet pattern, messy is the way to go. We designed this hat for you to throw your hair up in a bun and head outside the house. You’ll still look so cute that people will think you woke up early to get ready. Completely banish bad hair days with this ultra adorable crochet beanie pattern. Since you can opt to make it with an opening for your hair, you don’t have to completely hide your ‘do. Sweep it up into a ponytail that comes through the hat, or style it into a bun.
This easy crochet pattern gives you the choice to create three different styles of hats. You can choose to make a short ear warmer, the messy bun hat itself, or the full beanie. If you can decide, then just make them all. You’ve got options. 

Boutique Bow

Are you a Disney fan too? For the longest time, I have been wanting to make a bow that looks like a Minnie Mouse bow. Finally today, I broke out my graph paper and drew her bow the best I could. Then I tried to draw it as a flat piece and realized it would be a lot simpler to put together than I imagined! This free crochet bow pattern measures 5.5 inches wide.  It would be great to use to top a hat or a basic earwarmer. I love the idea of putting it on a newborn hat for a Disney-themed baby announcement or newborn photo shoot. It would also be cute as a bow on a gift, and I’m sure you’ll come up with other ways to use this fun project. 

Childrens Rosalina Winter Hat

One of the great things (that can also be a not-so-great thing) about crocheting for kids is that they often have opinions about what you make and tell you exactly what they like and don’t like. I designed this simple, colorful hat and my daughter declared it needed roses, so I found a low-cost flower pattern to add to the ends of the ties. You can of course just stitch the basic hat, which is a free pattern on the blog, and include the ties or not as you – or your child! – likes. This would be a fun stash busting pattern too, just change colors as you run out of yarn. 

Devin Cowl

This 3rd Loop Infinity Scarf is the perfect scarf if you are looking for a little texture. It’s made with half double crochet stitches and chains so that you are always working in the third loop or stitch of each set,  You can make the cowl as wide as you like, and make it a solid color or striped if you like. This is a great project to give as a gift and it’s perfect for men and women to wear. 

Easy Peasy Messy Bun Crochet Hat

This hat pattern is crocheted much like a regular beanie, but allows you to leave an opening at the crown to pull your messy bun or high ponytail through. That means no more hat hair. These are perfect for winter activities like skiing and skating, or just for braving the chilly weather.  I always get tons of compliments on this hat whenever I wear it, and it makes a perfect gift for friends and family members. You can make this messy bun crochet hat in any color you’d like, and it’s a very beginner-friendly crochet pattern.  It’s guaranteed to be a knockout gift for anyone on your list, but I definitely wouldn’t blame you if you kept one all for yourself!

Easy & Pretty Crochet Flower Pattern with Headband

You are going to love this super easy-to-crochet flower headband. It has been used to decorate gifts, market bags, hats, Easter baskets, headbands (obviously), clips, dresses and so much more. Completed, it's a 4″-5″ flower in acrylic worsted weight yarn or 3″ in cotton. For that particular flower, I used a size H-hook with 100% cotton yarn and followed the pattern for the flower. I love them!
I’m sure you’ll come up with a lot of ways to use them, too. 

Tabitha Slouch Hat

This round slouchy hat is for someone that wants something with a little texture and style!

It’s worked from the top down with an optional stretchy ribbing worked when the main hat is done and joined to the body of the hat as you go. This is an easy way to add ribbing and you have a very little bit of sewing up to do at the end.
Because this is a slouchy hat it will fit a variety of heads and makes a great gift for a teen or adult in your life. It’s rated an intermediate pattern but if you’re comfortable working in the round there’s nothing tricky here.

Farmer’s Market Crochet Bag

This bag has a modern, boho feel and it’s designed to be both sturdy and stretchy to accommodate all of your shopping needs.  This bag is a great alternative to a tote and is perfect for outings from shopping at the farmer’s market and grocery store to carrying along snacks on road trips.  It also makes a wonderful beach bag to hold towels, sunscreen, and anything else you might need.  This bag takes a little time to crochet up, but I promise it’s all worth it!
I’m in love with this pattern and have gotten nothing but compliments so I know you’re going to love it as much as I do!

Madison Cowl

Sometimes a simple project can have a big impact. The Madison Cowl uses a simple double crochet stitch with ribbing on one end to make a cowl that’s quick to stitch and easy to wear. Make it in a solid color as shown in the pattern, or use up some odd balls to make a colorful stash-busting project. This pattern is so quick and easy you can make one in every color to go with all your cold weather outfits. 

Wine Country Triangle Shawl

Are you looking for a triangle shawl crochet pattern that's perfect for just about any occasion?  Look no further than the classic styled wine country triangle shawl – a crochet shawl that's perfect for wearing while sipping wine as the sun sets over the vineyards. It has a light and airy feel, yet gives just the perfect amount of warmth to ward off the chill of nightfall. This versatile and easy crochet shawl can also be worn in a multitude of ways, from a traditional wrap style to the more modern triangle scarf style. Perhaps the best part of this lovely crochet pattern is the fact that it's ridiculously quick and easy to make up. It's the perfect crochet pattern for any level of crocheter.

Snowflake Hat

This simple snowflake hat sized for newborns up to bigger kids is super quick and easy to make.  Adding a little stitched snowflake embellishment to the side amps up the cuteness for winter wear – or for babies born in the winter. You could embellish the hat with anything you like, add a stitched bow, stitch on buttons, the sky is the limit. You can of course also stitch the hat in any color you like, and since it takes as little as 50 yards for the newborn hat, this is a great stash buster to make in lots of different sizes as a charity project or to gift to all the littles in your life. 

Double V Slouch Beanie Hat


This slouchy crochet beanie is a perfect option that works with virtually everyone’s style. I personally hate when hats are too tight and slick your hair down. That’s why this beanie crochet pattern is perfect.  It has just the right amount of slouchy stretch to allow you to style it loosely without cementing your hair to your face. Plus, the texture is a perfect mix of classic and contemporary. This pattern is super simple and is great for all levels. Plus, as a perk, it can be transformed into a messy bun hat as well.  2 styles with one pattern—it doesn’t really get much easier than that. Yay for cute, adaptable crochet patterns.

Preemie Newborn Bea Hat

Let your new little one shine in this Preemie/ Newborn Bow Crochet Hat! I whipped this hat up in less than a half hour with worsted weight yarn and a size G-6 (4.00 mm) crochet hook. The post ribbing helps it have a bit of a lacy look, or you can keep it simple and just make the last round double crochet instead. One thing I love about crocheting hats is that they are easy to make and perfect for people who are just learning foundational crochet skills. This hat is sized for preemies and bigger newborns, so you can make a bunch for a lot of new babies in no time. 

Simple Edgy Messy Bun Hat

Need a classic hat pattern? Look no further. This messy bun hat pattern has a very clean, traditional, and put together style. It uses a 3rd loop stitch combined with traditional single, double, and half double crochet stitches to create crisp, linear lines.  I love making these for my co-workers because the pattern is just so clean and simple that it’s a safe bet for anyone. The messy bun hat is unique enough in concept, but when paired with this simpler texture, it makes it the perfect item for friends who like a more minimalist look.  You could even introduce a second color for alternating stripes to customize the look. This pattern is also versatile in that it can be made into a full beanie.  This is a great pattern for all levels of crocheters. Go forth and happy crocheting!

Chunky Triangle Scarf

I love scarfs, especially handmade crochet scarves. In fact, I’m a self-professed scarf fanatic. I have tons of them, all in different fabrics, colors, and patterns. But you know what? I didn’t have one like this, and I feel like one can never have too many scarves. They’re the perfect accessory, and whenever I wear one, I know it means the ushering in of the fall season.  This crochet triangle scarf is so cozy, warm, and easy to make. The fringe gives it a little bit of a western vibe, which I love, and the colors can be customized to anything that you want.  The thick yarn size ensures that this crochet scarf pattern comes together quickly, so no excuses! It’s craft season, and this is a great choice to satisfy your crafty vibes.

Lily’s Rose Garden Shawl

When it comes to selecting a shawl crochet pattern, they seem to be a countless number of styles and shapes for all abilities and levels of experience. I'm always thinking about intricate pieces and some of these shawls that are simply works of art. Many are stunning and gorgeous, but I always fall back on timeless, classic, and simple pieces that I can wear every day. I hope you enjoy Lily's Rose Garden Shawl as much as I do. This has made the perfect shawl for my mom to take to church. Are you one that inevitable sits in a draft? Keep Lily's Rose Garden Shawl with you. It's light-weight and perfect for many occasions

Stitch11 Rose and Headband

I recently started wearing crochet headbands when I would try to pull off the “Elsa Braid.” Without one, my hair on one side would slowly fall down. It didn't take long before my daughter started begging me to make her headbands also. This simple headband with a rose embellishment can be made in a solid color or make the headband in one color and the flower in another. Headbands are so quick and easy to make and you can easily customize them to different sizes. 

Big Button Puffy Cowl

Keep yourself cozy with this super warm cowl. Wear it alone or pair it with your favorite winter coat for those extra chilly mornings. It’s an easy to make crochet pattern and the thick yarn makes this work up very quickly.  
Plus, this crochet cowl has buttons so you don’t have to worry about it slipping off.  
With one of these in your arsenal, chilly mornings will be no match for you.

Puff Newborn Hat

The Puff Newborn Hat is great for hot days when your baby needs a little air to their head, while still covering it. I have always loved making the puff stitch which is what brought me to making a puff stitch hat, although I didn't want it to be intimidating to newer crocheters, so I made all of the increases with the double crochet stitch.

Seashore Messy Bun Hat 2-in1

Meet the Seashore messy bun hat crochet pattern. They may be neck-n-neck for me like American Ninja Warrior – Sleek, good-looking, but ready to rock! I hope you love this as much as I do. While there have been so many messy bun hats taking the world by storm. I made a conscious decision to make several designs to represent different levels of creators as well as different styles for different outfits. This lovely hat is super fast and really quite easy to work up. Shells may appear to be a difficult stitch, but really they are so simple! You must give this one a try. You can even decrease 2 more rows and cinch it together to make a beanie!

Rainbow Daze Washcloth/ Dishcloth

Irresistible colors aren't they? The last sale that Michaels craft store held, I picked up about 10 skeins for about $8. I meant to go back for more but I got distracted making this cute little thing!  This Cute Rainbow Daze Dishcloth can also be used as a washcloth or whimsical coaster. At a length of 7 inches, it can cover quite a bit of area and clean a lot of little faces or even glassware. It's super easy to work up and you can finish one in about 15 minutes! Make a set for your craft fair inventory or for baby shower gifts.

Preemie Newborn Apple Hat

 What a cute preemie/newborn apple hat?! I have been wanting to make one of these for so long and I finally got the stem figured out! I know, it looks simple. But it wasn't easy figuring out how to make it a bit thicker at the top of the stem. Well once I got the hang of it I was off creating tons of them for all the babies and kids I know! Baby shower gift, baby photos, a fun fall hat for the baby on those chilly days, the use for this hat is endless. You could even use this pattern as the foundation to create other fruity hats too!

Coraline’s Summer Crush Scarf

Here is another pattern from the Coraline collection!  This lovely scarf is made from 100% silk. It's light enough that you can wear it no matter the temperature. Summer nights, fall days, a fun winter accessory, and a spring staple this scarf will be part of all your favorite outfits. 

Easy Crochet Can Cozy

There's nothing better than sitting and watching the sunset by the beach while having a delicious beverage – especially when your crochet cozy is keeping your hands from getting cold and wet. My first cozy pattern turned out so well, soon I was getting requests from all my friends to crochet can cozy's for them too. This is a really easy crochet project that you can complete in under an hour. You can keep it plain or spruce it up with different colors and stripes if you'd like. You have the power to customize this simple crochet pattern as you see fit.

Lean on Me Infinity Scarf 

I was playing around with stitches the other night when I discovered a fun and simple way to make this beautiful scarf. The reason I just *had* to write it out is because I wanted to make sure I remember how to make the leaning rows. Just a simple stitch placement and it all falls into place! Work this up in a few hours and will have the perfecct infinity scarf! Make them in every color!

Retro Bloom Coaster or Scrubbie

Retro Bloom is a funny little thing. I picked up my hook and started to play. Ta-Da! 15 minutes later, I had two of these made. Not only do they work up quickly, but they are so crazy simple to make. It's a great touch for your craft fair tables. Use as a coaster or even as a little face scrubber!

Crochet Messy Bun Hat pattern – Bibbity Bobbity 3-in-1

What exactly do I mean by a 3-in-1 crochet messy bun hat pattern? Well, this pattern makes 3 styles of beanie for those of us with every-changing styles. I'm constantly chopping my hair off and letting it grow out again so this hat allows me to work with all of my crazy styles from long hair to short hair or full on bed head days.  Let me preface by saying how much I am loving this new pattern!  The most awesomeness for those with short n' sassy hair, long hair, and even those with no hair! This hat is made from the bottom up. As you move through the pattern, you will find finishing options for each fit.

Quick n Easy Reusable Cotton Balls or Spa Scrubbie

Crochet your own reusable cotton balls or small 3.5″ scrubbies. Pamper yourself or Baby with eco-friendly cloths you crochet yourself. Be sure to use cotton to create the softest, most delicious, crocheted scrubbies to remove makeup smoothly and clean gently around your eyes. Baby will appreciate the softness as the rounded edges clean around neck, ears, and other sensitive areas. These rounded washcloths, made the perfect size, will not flip or fold in your hand as you work around sensitive areas.

Heart Applique

This heart applique is easy and simple. Make this crochet heart in less than 2 minutes then get going adding this to all your favorite patterns that might need a little omph! Make it in whatever color you want to jazz up your designs and show everyone your projects are made with love!

Preemie Newborn Bear Hat

This is the perfect preemie/newborn bear ears hats if you are wanting to make a quick and easy animal hat! CUTENESS ALERT! My favorite part about this hat is it will look good no matter what color it is made in. My second favorite is that you could rework pattern a little and use thick soft yarn for the colder days. You know what would be even more cool? Add one of the heart appliques or water lily flowers to the design for extra flair. The possibilities are endless with this hat. 

Crochet Net for Stuffed Toys

I have been trying to come up with something for all those parents (or grandparents) struggling to find a place for the 500 (haha!!) stuffed animals/toys they have scattered about! Check out this Crochet Net that can help you find a home for all those lovey toys without feeling the need to throw them all out! All you need a a couple of hours and you are ready to reorganize!

Ferris Wheel Face Scrubbie

This is a great, fun project for an intermediate crocheter. If you have never used a face scrubbie before you are seriously missing out! So much better then spending tons of money on disposable face wipes. This is also perfecct for people like me who hate just using your hands and soap and getting soaked! It's big enough to get your forehead and cheeks but small enough to use around your nose and eyes! Perfect for the teen in your life too! 

Newborn Top Hat

We just have so many good ideas for your newboarn photo props! And this one is one of my favorite! How cute is this top hat! Make it in any color that brings out your baby's personality. I just love the little spiral on the top of the hat too!

Adult Beanie for Men or Women

Ok this is THE HAT! Make for anyone! It's perfect because you can make in any color and better yet you can customize the bottom with ribbing, cables or another fun design. And if that isn't good enough add a pom pom to the top to finish it off! The possibilities are endless for this fun easy hat.

Kennedy Hat 

Your wild imagination can be let free to make this basic beanie into something so much more! Baby to child size hats are my new favorite thing. I have been crocheting like a mad woman making lots of new baby to child size hat patterns and this one is the best so far! This is another hat this is simple, easy and looks professionally made! You can't go wrong with this hat!

Madison Messy Bun Hat

This design is my a new favorite, I hope it becomes one of your new favorites as well. This Madison Messy Bun Hat is stylish with the row of mesh stitches above the ribbing, and is fast and easy to make! It took me less than an hour to work up with bulky yarn and a K hook. I briefly went over the ponytail holder in the second paragraph in the Puffy Bun Hat Pattern.

Face Scrubbie with Handle

As if the regular face scrubbie wasn't the best already it just got even better with the added handle! Yup a handle for easier use and an even quicker face washing experience! So the question really is how many of these are you making?
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The Heirloom Christmas Stocking is the perfect keepsake to give to family members to cherish for years to come. 

This crochet stocking uses the decorative spike stitch to create a beautiful texture and add durability (so it can hold all your goodies). You can add two little pom poms to the cuff of the sock for added fun.
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