The Moogly Crochet Alphabet has been a labor of love! So many letters, some easy, some a challenge, but all fun! These applique letters are great for the Perfect Party Pennant Garland, but they have unlimited uses. Monogram a blanket, make toy blocks, make puffy letters for beginning readers, decorate a child’s bedroom – you name it! And there are crochet number patterns available now too!
‘Tis the season for bunnies, and crochet bunny patterns are some of the cutest around! They’re great in Easter baskets, or just because. Who doesn’t love bunnies? Especially the kind that doesn’t chew on your wiring…
Last year around this time I rounded up the 10 Cutest Easter Crochet Patterns, so this year I’m going to focus on crochet bunny patterns and patterns for bunny themed items – most of which are too new to have made last year’s list! So many new free patterns lately!
This roundup includes everything from diaper covers to bath mitts to reversible toys. I hope you find something that makes you want to what to “hop to it!” in this collection of free crochet bunny patterns!
With all the great designs out there, you’re sure to find one that fits the parents’ personalities and tastes too. Whether it’s sci-fi, antiques, or the hottest trends, matching the bib to the parent’s interests is the perfect way to make sure your gift is a hit!
So in that spirit, I’ve gathered one of the most diverse collections of free bib patterns available on the web! These 10 unique and free crochet baby bib patterns will set you on your way to being the most thoughtful and coolest crocheter the new family knows!
The One Hour Crochet Bunny Hat is perfect – for Easter, for Halloween, for dress-up… and for the very last minute! Made with super bulky yarn, you can whip these up in a flash!
Hairpin Lace is a technique I haven’t yet had the privilege of trying – but it’s definitely on the short list! I’ve spotted hairpin lace looms and kits at big box craft stores and at Amazon, and one of these days I’m going to pick one up and master this fascinating technique.
This type of lace is made using a crochet hook and specialized loom. You make long strips, and then these strips are crocheted together. There are an infinite variety of ways that these strips can be joined. And that’s how you get all the amazing projects made with this technique!
It was popular in Victorian times, and I think it’s due for a comeback. For this roundup I’ve included a beginner video and a link to the most complete tutorial on the web. And a list of 10 free patterns that will have you adding hairpin lace to your own to do list!