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Pink Candle Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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This Pink Candle Flower was designed to fit perfectly under a small votive candle. We recommend using a glass votive holder as pictured to avoid wax dripping on your flower. As always, please use caution

Vickie’s Small Flower Free Crochet Pattern

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Vickie is one of our fabulous crocheters. She often helps us come up with new ideas for patterns, including this Small Flower. It’s a cute and simple design that you’re sure to love!    

White Mason Jar Cover Free Crochet Pattern

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Mason jars make great home decor items. They can be used to store small items, or even just as a simple vase. The White Mason Jar Cover is a great way to dress up

TP Topper Free Crochet Pattern

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My grandmother had a cute little sign in her bathroom that said, “Happiness is an extra roll of toilet paper.” While I fully agree with that statement, I don’t always want to see said

Soap Dispenser Cover Free Crochet Pattern

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Brighten up your bathroom with this adorable Cherry Soap Dispenser Cover. This project was crocheted with a size I-9 hook and worsted weight yarn. The unique texture of this soap cover is made by

Nascar Beer Cozy Free Crochet Pattern

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Nascar and beer go together like cats and yarn. This Nascar Beer Cozy is a great gift for the race lover in your life. It not only insulates your drink, but also soaks up any

Easy Beginner Baby Hat Free Crochet Pattern

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Everyone loves crocheting things for babies – they always look so cute and the projects are small and easy to carry around! Easy Beginner Baby Hat is probably the easiest hat pattern I’ve ever

Jar Lid Free Crochet Pattern

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Here in the south, Mason jars are as common as sweet tea – sometimes you’ll even get your sweet tea in a Mason jar. The Mason Jar Lid Cover is a pretty way to display your

Bottle Carrier Free Crochet Pattern

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Summer is a wonderful time to enjoy the great outdoors, but the summertime heat makes it more important than ever to stay hydrated! This Bottle Carrier pattern will help you keep a bottle of water on

Sizzling Scalloped Shawlette Free Crochet Pattern

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This Sizzling Scalloped Shawlette is a great summer project. It’s the perfect weight for a breezy summer night, and is also very easy to crochet on the go. This shawl uses a variety of stitches,

Home Raffia Beach Bag Free Crochet Pattern

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Summertime means going to the beach, and what is the most important thing to take to the beach? Sunscreen, of course, but you’ll need something to carry that sunscreen in. Sandy’s Beach Bag  is the

Home Raffia Sun Hat Free Crochet Pattern

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When you have fair skin, a little protection goes a long way against the rays of the sun. This Raffia Sun Hat is the perfect summertime accessory for anyone. It is crocheted in the

Midnight Dune Scarf

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Summer may be going strong, but cooler weather is coming! That means it’s time to start thinking about some fall crochet projects that you can do now. This Midnight Dune Scarf is a great

Five Free Flip-Flop Crochet Patterns

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Summer weather is here, and summer is the time for flip-flops! We have five bright and colorful flip-flop patterns for you featuring some of our favorite Premier yarns. These flip-flops are fun and easy

Baby Blanket Edging Free Crochet Pattern

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So you’d like to crochet a baby blanket but aren’t quite ready to tackle the full project? Then this is the project for you! In this video lesson, you will be taking a plain

Free Hyperbolic Crochet Pattern

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Hyperbolic crochet has gained in popularity due to the Crochet Coral Reef project. Basically, hyperbolic crochet is a free-form style of crochet that results in an organic-looking shape that would occur in nature. If

Parfait Green Flip Flop Free Crochet Pattern

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Here we have another fashion flip-flop accessorized with a summer flower. This Green Flip-Flop crochet pattern features a double-crochet petaled flower. The band of the flip-flop is covered using half-double crochet stitches. Again, we’ve

Sashay Mini Aqua Flip Flop Free Crochet Pattern

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  These fun and funky Aqua Flip-Flops feature a rainbow of color provided by Sashay Mini yarn. Sashay is typically used as a ruffling yarn to make scarfs like this Sashay Ruffled Scarf, but

Home Cotton Purple Flip Flop Free Crochet Pattern

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 One of the easiest ways to update an accessory is to add a flower, which is exactly what we’ve done with these cute Purple Flip-Flops. The flower is crocheted in a circle using a

Merry Pink Flip Flop Free Crochet Pattern

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Pink is one of our favorite summer colors. This Pink Flip-Flop crochet pattern is super simple, requiring only a single crochet stitch over the band of the flip-flop. Just imagine how cute these flip-flops

Hipster Yellow Flip Flop Free Crochet Pattern

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Did you know that you can take a plain pair of flip-flops, a crochet hook and about 30 minutes to create your own personalized, comfy soft flip-flops? It’s easy and fun! You will want

Seven Free Kitchen Helpers Crochet Patterns

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This week we are featuring Seven Kitchen Helpers. From dishcloths to dusters to scrubbies, we have you covered when it comes to quick cleaning. These fun projects are easy to crochet using Home Cotton,

Broom Topper Free Crochet Pattern

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Meet Daisy Duster! This cute character lives on your broom handle and wants nothing more than to help you with your dusting. Use Daisy Duster to reach those corner cobwebs and under-the-sofa dust bunnies.

Jar Opener Free Crochet Pattern

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Do you ever have trouble opening jars in the kitchen? This Jar Opener is just what you need, and it’s super easy to make. You will need some rubberized shelf paper or other grip

Nylon Pot Scrubber Free Crochet Pattern

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This Nylon Pot Scrubber is just a double scrubbie! Scrubbies are easy to make once you get the hang of it. You’ll need a large crochet hook, like a Q, and a little bit

Sandcastles Dishcloth Free Crochet Pattern

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 Crocheted cotton dishcloths are a favorite! They are quick and easy to make, and when you crochet them with Home Cotton, they stand up to hard use in the kitchen and look good at

Nylon Scrubbie Free Crochet Pattern

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Have you ever tried to crochet your own dish scrubbies? Some people like to recycle the netting bags you get at the grocery store (you know, the ones that apples or oranges come in.)