This is my pattern for a little crocheted flower with five petals. This cute flower design can be used as an applique or you could even make a flower garland and string lots together in different colours. This flower can be made in any colour you wish! This is a small and simple project and I have a Youtube video which shows you how to make it step-by-step.
This year I collaborated with the yarn company ULA+LIA to make a crocheted hat design with their Mongolian Baby Yak Wool! This unisex hat is made in a classic shape and style which will look good in any colour.
This pattern is for a cute mug rug which has room for two cups! Or a cup and a snack! I like the colours because they remind of the 1970s. I think the colour palette is reminiscent of the decor in that decade. Also it looks like a traditional stripy rug but mini!
This is a cute little pattern for a basic Log Cabin square. Log Cabin squares have a long tradition in quilting, knitting, and crochet. They make really cute and colourful blankets. This pattern is really easy to make and a great way to destash your yarn too!
This blog post is a masterpost of lots of ways you can make money with crochet! I will outline lots of ideas and summarise them and hopefully in the future I can expand and go into more detail in other blog posts. I hope you find this list helpful and it inspires you to make money with crochet!
This is my free pattern for how to make an amigurumi Coffee Cup! It’s the same size as a regular coffee cup and there’s lots of scope for you to decorate it however you want. This pattern is a great introduction to amigurumi techniques and it is suitable for a beginner crocheter.
This is my pattern for a crochet Daisy Pen Topper. This is a really cute little flower that will brighten up your stationery in no time. It can be made in any colours you wish! This is a small and simple project that is great to give as gifts.
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