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Looking for some great May Makes to crochet?

Looking for some great May Makes to crochet?

Are you looking for something to crochet this May? May is a funny month for crocheters I find. Christmas, Valentines, Mothers Day and Easter are all over here in the UK. Yet a lot of crocheters are not ready to start crocheting their gifts for 

The Ornamental Garden Square – Free Crochet Pattern

The Ornamental Garden Square – Free Crochet Pattern

The ornamental Garden Square is the 6th square to be released in the Bouquet of Flowers CAL. I designed it specifically for the event and love how it turned out. It has a slightly vintage feel to it I think, especially in the second version I 

Sweet and Simple Round Up – Week 1

Sweet and Simple Round Up – Week 1

When Pam at Carroway Crochet asked me to participate in the Sweet and Simple event she had planned I wasn’t going to say no. You know that I LOVE to bring you guys free pattern events when I can!

 

 

How do I get my free PDF patterns?

The answer to that is easy.

  1. Make a note of the coupon code you need for this week (see below)
  2. Scroll down and check out the patterns that are available free this week
  3. Click on the photos of the ones you would like
  4. If you do not go straight to Ravelry for your download, scroll the designer’s post until you see the Download now button. It looks like this:
the button you need looks like this

5. Use the code to get your free PDF Pattern

6. Come back here and get another one!

 

 

 

The coupon code

This week the code you need is SWEETANDSIMPLE

 

 

This Week’s Patterns

There are 10 fantastic patterns available for you to get for free with the coupon code this week!

Susan Wrist warmers by Sunflower Cottage Crochet

If you have not grabbed the pdf for these yet then you really should!

You cannot see it in the photo but there is an option to add a beautiful cuff to the bottom of your wrist warmers and the pattern shows you how to make them fit any hand.

Mason Jar Cozy by Carroway Crochet

Jar cozies are so popular! I use them in my craft room where I have lots of jars containing quilting clips, blocking pins, D links etc. It makes the room feel much tidier and cozier!

 

 

 

Chunky Bowtie Head Warmer by Itchin’ for some Stitchin’

These head warmers are so cute. You could raid your scraps and make a ton of these for little easter gifts. My nieces would adore them.

Who would you make these for?

Crunch Stitch Scrubbies by Made by Gootie

Agat has some gorgeous scrubby designs. These are quick and super easy. The crunch stitch makes a great texture for scrubbies and washcloths!

Easy Beginners Hat by Off the Hook for You

This hat can be made in less than an hour!

The key to it’s speed – super chunky (or super bulky) yarn and 10mm hook!

So if you are looking for a quick gift idea or want some super quick projects for your donation box then this one should be considered.

Crochet Fingerless Gloves by My Crochet Space

Another great practical pattern idea that takes no time to work up. That velvet yarn looks so cosy!

My daughter is now a pre-teen and has her own phone so these would be perfect for the spring and autumn for her and her friends.

 

 

Owl Amigurumi by Loops and Love Crochet

I am a sucker for owls so this one is a must make!

It’s not just a stuffed decoration – I would make one to be a pin cushion, a paper weight or pop a zip in the top of the head for a coin purse for a little girl!

Coastal Waves Coaster by Pine Tree Crochet

Another sweet and simple design that is a great scrap buster!

That bright green is giving me all the happy spring feels this morning.

Buttercream Dishcloth by Crochets by Trista

I love Trista and her designs are always fantastic! I have actually made this pattern – it is beautiful and works well as a dishcloth or washcloth.

On a side note – those strawberries look so yummy!

Sunglasses Pouch by Valzies Boutique

Protect your glasses from getting scratched or lost with this pouch!

I’ll have to find some of that yarn – it’s gorgeous!

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Tunisian Color Block Scarf
Susan Tote

 

Hooking With: Woodland Stitchcraft

Hooking With: Woodland Stitchcraft

Hooking With: Woodland Stitchcraft This week on Hooking With, we are getting to know Bonnie of Woodland Stitchcraft!  I found her answers to our questions to be very interesting.  Read on…   Introduction Hi there! I’m Bonnie and I am the crochet designer behind my