How to Crochet the Felicity Velvet Blanket Wrap: Free Crochet Pattern

Want an excuse to wear a blanket anytime in public? Then the Felicity Velvet Blanket Wrap is the perfect free crochet pattern for you! Made from a rectangle that is sewn together, this piece is a perfect beginner garment pattern! Stylish and cozy, you won’t want to take this beautiful wrap off once you put it on! This crochet blanket wrap pattern was originally designed for the Joy of Motion blog, but now I get to share it on mine as well! I wanted to create a soft and cozy crochet wrap pattern that feels like a blanket, but has the style of a boho crochet wrap. I couldn’t help adding some crochet bobbles as well, which make the cutest accents! Inspiration When I first designed this pattern, I was just starting to venture into the world of designing wearables, so I wanted to make something…

Navarre Crochet Beach Dress: Free Crochet Pattern

One of my favorite parts about summer is all of the fun beach and lake trips that you get to take during those hot summer days, which means it is time to make all of the fun crochet swim cover up patterns and crochet summer dresses. There’s something so fun about getting to crochet a swimsuit cover up dress that you get to wear on all of your beach days. Today on the blog, I am happy to get to introduce Rebekah Haas, who is sharing how to crochet her Navarre Crochet Beach Dress, which is a beautiful and easy free crochet beach cover up pattern. It’s made from 4 panels, making it great for beginners, and it creates a beautiful and flowing crochet beach dress. So I’m so excited to hand this post off to Rebekah to have her introduce and share her…

How to Crochet the Summer Breeze Dress

Probably my favorite thing to wear during the summer is sundresses! There is something so fun about wearing a flowing dress that keeps you cool and looks so cute. If you love dresses, then the Summer Breeze Dress is your new favorite dress to crochet! This modern and chic crochet dress pattern is a beautiful dress that is perfect for summer. Made using cotton yarn, simple stitches, and crocheted in one piece, this dress is a fun crochet sundress pattern. It’s also an easy crochet dress pattern for beginners, since it is made in one piece, so there is no seaming at all! This pattern will walk you all through how to crochet this great summer dress! My Inspiration Originally I created this dress to wear to Our Maker Life 2019, to impress Lion Brand Yarn. It’s my dream to be able to work with their…

Summer Wrap Top: Free Crochet Pattern

One of my favorite summer top styles is a wrap top! Maybe because it’s like a light breezy top that gives you a hug, or how it goes with almost any summer occasion. If you’ve been looking for a fun summer crochet top pattern, then this latest free crochet pattern is just for you! Using a raglan construction, this is an easy beginner crochet top pattern that can be made by any skill level. It’s all made in one piece, so there is no seaming! It’s also super comfortable to wear. My Inspiration For awhile I had been wanting to create a crochet wrap top pattern that could be worn by anyone no matter what body type they have. I loved the look of wrap tops whenever I would see them in the store, but they always had too plunging of a…

Unclouded Cardi Crochet Cocoon Cardigan: Free Crochet Pattern

No matter what time of year it is, I am all about wearing oversized cardigans! Crochet cardigans and sweaters of any kind make me so happy, and it’s even better when I can wear them all year round. This week the E’Claire Makery guest blogger is my friend Abby from Skeins and Stitches Co, who has designed the gorgeous Unclouded Cardi that is a perfect free cocoon shrug pattern for summer! The crochet mesh created in the pattern helps give this cocoon cardigan a beautiful drape with an open and airy design. It’s definitely a crochet cardigan I would want to wear all summer long. So I am happy to introduce you to my friend Abby, and get to her lovely crochet pattern! Love this pattern? Save it to your favorite Pinterest Board! [the_ad id=”3309″] About Me I first learned to…