crochet cap pattern

Caps for a Cause Crochet Hat Pattern

If you’re looking for a way to give back this holiday season, here’s a great opportunity to do just that while indulging your creative side. Hospitals are always in need of caps for newborns, preemies, and cancer patients. These caps from Dabbles & Babbles were made with this idea in mind and donated to a local hospital….

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Holiday Hearts Christmas Tree Skirt

With the holidays right around the corner, why not use your crochet skills to make something pretty and functional? Here’s a fun cold winter night project – this holiday hearts tree skirt can be used year after year and will make a durable, beautiful addition to your Christmas decor. You can easily change up the colors to…

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Quick and Simple Crocheted Afghan

If you know your crochet basics and have a few hours of time, you can make this cozy afghan blanket, perfect for cozying up in with a good book this winter or for giving as a holiday gift. The pattern, from Little Birdie Secrets, uses thick, textured yarn and a large hook size (15.75mm, or…

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Free Easy Infinity Scarf Pattern

This infinity scarf (or cowl) pattern is the result of an accident – a poncho gone wrong – but was beautifully repurposed into this chunky infinity scarf. This project uses all simple stitches in a very easy-to-understand pattern, so it’s a quick one to complete and great for beginners or those looking for a quick…

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Fast Beginner Dishcloth

  This is a great dishcloth pattern for beginning crocheters because it’s super fast.  It is stitched in the round using the treble crochet stitch, so it is simple to make and gives you that mesh look in the end.  For best results, be sure to use cotton yarn so your dish cloth has plenty of absorbency…

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Easy Double Crochet Dishcloth

This dishcloth pattern is perfect for beginners  because it uses only the double crochet stitch, so you can end up with tons of beautiful wash cloths or dish cloths just by practicing your stitches. This pattern suggests using Lily’s Sugar N’ Cream yarn (which I love!) but pretty much any yarn you want to work with…

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