Christmas preparations are as important as the big feast or singing carols. It’s important to make this time very special, so think about adding festive accessories to your kitchen! The beautiful star motif on this potholder makes it look great and suitable for all seasons.
Floral center, openwork, and structural raised stitches create an amazing concoction that looks perfect in bedspreads, baby blankets, and throws. This project requires some skills, so it will be great for seasoned crocheters. Take a look at examples below to check the current trends and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.
Granny blankets come in all shapes and sizes, and today our focus is on those made with squares. Big or small – no matter! Granny square is versatile and looks great. Beginners, grab your crochet hooks and try these tutorials because they will let you hone your skills while making a piece of art. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.
This beautiful granny square will make the most stunning blanket. You can make those little squares in any color combination you want, they will be very original and unique. Easy, works up fast and the result is amazing
It’s called fluffy blanket for a good reason – it’s extra cozy, soft, and yet lightweight. But the best thing about it is, that this granny blanket is simply timeless. You can gift it to your friends no matter their age – warm and made with love blanket will be always a great present.
Give winter a firm handshake with this lovely, warm blanket. This project is beginner-friendly, so grab your yarn and start crocheting! If you’re not a big fan of multicolor stripes, just go for one favorite color.
This blanket definitely embellishes the home decor. If your decor is minimalistic and neutral, and you want to bring some more energy and a splash of color into your interior, this pattern is a go-to! Classic with beautifully selected colors.
You can easily adjust the size of this blanket. The best words to describe it are an oldie but goodie. The timeless patterns will look stunning with many types of decor. Think about making a few of them and gifting them to your friends and family for Christmas.
Little basic granny squares are the perfect bases for a blanket. It requires some patience and planning, though! The flow of colors is crucial in such a big project, so it’s good to plan before starting the work. This project is beginner-friendly!
Little granny heart is hidden in the big square? This lovely detail will make all the difference. Choose your favorite colors and make a combination that will be unique for you. I bet someone you love will be very happy to receive such a gift!
Red attire and black belt with big gold buckle – it must be Santa! This easy potholder serves as a pocket, too. It will look amazing in the kitchen and will definitely come in handy, especially when making sugar cookies.
Ponchos are the easiest type of garment to make, therefore it’s the perfect starting point for beginners. Especially children-sized ones because they work up even faster and you can finish them much quicker! If you have a young lady at home or in the family, and you would like to give her an amazing handmade present, consider poncho. Besides being easy to make, it’s also a very useful accessory – throw it on when it’s too hot to wear a jacket but too cold to go without any cover. Kids will love it because it gives them freedom of movement. Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.
This beautiful crochet poncho/sweater is perfect for winter activities! It’s doesn’t restrict your movements, because it’s sleeveless, but it’s very warm and soft at the same time. And just look at those details!
Bring a festive mood to your kitchen with themed accessories! They look great only in the winter season, but the special time of the year calls for special items, right? Holiday aprons, dishcloths, and potholders create a lovely vibe of cheerful preparations. If you think about making a special gift for someone who loves to bake, this may be the answer, too. Potholders are easy to make and you can customize them in various ways. Snowman or Santa theme is definitely cute and fun, but let your imagination guide you and come up with new versions. Happy crocheting! Take a look at examples below and search for links to free patterns under the pictures.
This fun pack of Tunisian potholder patterns is worth every penny because details are what makes the interior look stylish. Make a set of these for yourself or crochet a beautiful gift set for someone you love. These patterns are paid.
Turtlenecks are classic, timeless and very fashionable at the same time. The lovely, purple stripes give this sweater more depth elegance. Perfect project for autumn/winter time to keep your kiddo warm and cozy. This pattern is also easily adjustable to adults.
This vibrant blankie screams “spring”. And I’m sure we are all always impatiently waiting for this beautiful season to finally come. With this blankie, you can feel like it’s already there! And on top of that, it’s warm, cozy and perfect for cold evenings with hot tea.