Ribbon Candy Blanket: Quick and Easy Chunky Free Crochet Blanket Pattern

One of my most favorite parts about the cold weather is that it means we get to take out all of the cozy chunky crochet blankets to cuddle with by the fire. Being wrapped up in a warm blanket, reading a good book, and drinking a cup of tea is one of my favorite things! Since I hadn’t designed a chunky crochet blanket pattern yet, I knew that I wanted to make one this winter. Thus, the Ribbon Candy Blanket, my latest free crochet blanket pattern was born. Inspiration My biggest inspiration behind this striped crochet blanket was thinking of all of the gingerbread houses my family used to make when I was growing up. One of my favorite gingerbread house decorations was using ribbon candy on the roof or other parts of the house. There’s something so magical to me about ribbon candy. Maybe it…

Candy Cane Crochet Gift Basket: Free Crochet Pattern

Want to add some fun packaging to your holiday gifts this season? I’ve got the perfect free festive crochet pattern for you: the Candy Cane Crochet Gift Basket. This candy cane inspired tapestry crochet gift basket is perfect for putting all of those fun handmade gifts you’ll be making this holiday season for your loved ones. I love putting together gift bags and special presents for friends and family, and I know that this quick and easy candy cane gift basket will add a fun touch to all of your gifts! Plus they can reuse this over and over after the holidays! Inspiration One of my biggest inspirations for this pattern was how much I love packaging gifts. For some reason I love looking on Pinterest for fun gift wrapping ideas, and each package becomes a work of art! You should see my family’s…

Velvet Bobble Christmas Tree Free Crochet Pattern

Probably my favorite Christmas decoration would be Christmas trees! The lights and the ornaments make my heart so happy when they’re all together! I love vintage Christmas decorations, and I especially love the classic vintage bottle brush and ceramic trees. I wanted to capture my love of these vintage things in a crochet design. I’m happy to present my latest free pattern: the Velvet Bobble Christmas Trees! Crocheted in one piece in the round, these beginner friendly crochet trees will quickly become your favorite decor! Inspiration There’s something about the vintage bottle brush or ceramic Christmas trees that I just love. Maybe it’s the pastel colors, the glitter, or the flecks of snow, but I want to decorate my whole house with them. My goal with this crochet pattern was to capture the style of vintage decor, and what’s more…

Merry and Bright Classic Striped Crochet Christmas Stocking: Free Crochet Pattern

The holidays are almost here, which means it’s time to start crocheting Christmas decor! For years I never made any crochet Christmas stockings, but this year that is changing. I’m so excited to present my latest free crochet pattern: the Merry and Bright Crochet Christmas Stocking! This crochet stocking pattern is inspired by the classic and vintage colors of Christmas decor in the 50s. It’s a beginner friendly pattern, so if you’ve never crocheted a stocking before, you can crochet this easy stocking pattern! Plus it’s made in one piece, and has a video tutorial so you’ll be able to whip one up for the whole family. Inspiration When it comes to Christmas decor, I’m a huge fan of vintage Christmas decorations. I love the colors, the style, and how it adds a bright and colorful…

Plaid Bear C2C Crochet Blanket: Free Crochet Pattern

If you love plaid, have I got a great new crochet pattern for you! I’ve been working for months with the ladies and Make and Do Crew along with Lion Brand Yarn. Now it’s finally time to release the pattern I’ve been collaborating on with them! Introducing the Plaid Bear C2C crochet blanket pattern! It’s been so hard to keep this project a secret for a few months, and let me tell you, a huge weight has been lifted now that I can share the secret. When I first applied to be a part of the Make and Do Crew Guest Design program, I didn’t get in. Of course I was disappointed, but they announced they’d be doing a second group so I knew I had to apply again! When I applied the second time, I had figured…