About a week ago my sister, Miranda, from Work At Home Adventures asked me to make her a Potholder and Washcloth set for her to give to some lucky person as a gift. (Yes, anyone who receives a handmade item as a gift is lucky!) My sister supplied the yarn and everything! She brought me one of those big rolls (on a cone) of Peaches and Creme Cotton Yarn from Walmart. I couldn’t be any happier with how it turned out….. unless… maybe next time use “I Love this Cotton.” It’s what the potholder pattern calls for,
I found this FREE Flower Potholder Pattern through Ravelry!
And you can get the FREE Washcloth Pattern here on Stitch11
How adorable would this newborn witch hat be as a photo prop or even as part of a little costume?? You could easily modify this for a baby boy by adding stars and making this a wizard hat. I designed this very hat for me to sell. I do not sell my items very often but who in their right minds could pass this up for their new baby girl? <3 Enjoy this YARNTASTIC free pattern!
Also check out the Toddler size!
Summer is coming to an end and the clouds are starting to carry a breeze. Hat season is beginning! What better way to let your children show their own style than with a slouchy hat?! This free crochet pattern is very easy to follow And it is a personal Stitch11 favorite! This slouchy hat is designed for children ages 3 and up! ALSO check out the Adult Slouch Hat!!!
With the weather changing rapidly, my mind is full of Autumn crochet ideas. I plan to use this purple Autumn Flower many times during the coming months. It is a lot like my Dahlia Love.. but much improved!