C2C Crochet Tropical Toucan Blanket: C2C Crochet Blanket Pattern

Bring a piece of the tropics into your home with the C2C Tropical Toucan Blanket! This C2C crochet graphgan blanket pattern features a beautiful toucan in the midst of the jungle. It’s a cozy, fun, and gorgeous blanket made with C2C crochet. If you or someone you love is a fan of toucans, then this is just the C2C crochet blanket pattern for you need!   Inspiration When I first designed this blanket, it was to appear in the February Issue of Happily Hooked Magazine. The theme for the month was spring vacation with an emphasis on the tropics. Whenever I think of tropical things, a few of my first thoughts are monstera leaves, hibiscus, and toucans. I don’t know why, but they just scream tropical! As I thought of those, an idea began to bloom in my head of a toucan blanket with the toucan…

Roaring 20s C2C Crochet Free Blanket Pattern

Looking for a stunning C2C crochet blanket pattern to add to your home? Then the Roaring 20s blanket is perfect for you! Inspired by the Art Deco designs of the 1920s, this free C2C crochet graphgan pattern is sure to wow. It’s geometric lines, velvet yarn, and simple construction make it an easy yet stunning crochet blanket pattern. It is sure to wow! Inspiration With 2020 in full swing, when I thought of designs for this year, I kept coming back to the 1920s. I read through The Great Gatsby several times throughout my school years, so I studied a lot of the style from that era as I read the book. I love the art deco geometric designs, classy colors, and textures of the 1920s. Because of that, I wanted to make my first major design of 2020 be themed after those things. I love the way…

Valentine’s Heart Intarsia Crochet Pillow: Free Crochet Pattern

I normally don’t decorate for Valentine’s Day, but my latest free crochet pillow pattern has me convinced to start doing it! If you’re looking for a cute crochet Valentine’s decoration for your home this Valentine’s Day, this pattern is for you! Reminiscent of vintage Valentine’s Day cards, this intarsia crochet heart pillow is just the crochet Valentine’s Day Decoration your home needs. It features a beautiful heart with roses, that add the perfect splash of Valentine’s decor. Inspiration When I think of Valentine’s Day cards, my mind always goes back to the classic vintage cards of the 1930s and 1950s. My favorite of those were the ones with hearts and roses. There’s something about vintage designs like that where my mind immediately goes to classic romance. Maybe it’s…

Chevron Crochet Washcloth: Free Tapestry Crochet Pattern

If you’re looking for a fun crochet washcloth, look no further than the Chevron Washcloth! This beginner friendly free tapestry crochet washcloth pattern made a wonderful gift, or works great for yourself. Its unique chevron design is created using tapestry crochet, and has a lovely texture made with the lemon peel stitch.  You’re going to love making these! Inspiration Most washcloth patterns out there don’t involve patterns created with different colors, and instead are just solid. As a kid I loved the patterned washcloths we got to use, so why not crochet some that would work for adults too! Since I love using tapestry crochet, I knew this would be the perfect technique to bring this fun chevron washcloth to life. The chevron pattern adds a unique twist to the traditional crochet washcloth. Add that with the lemon peel stitch, and you have…

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…