Go jumbo with our GIANT doughnut crochet pattern by Paula Risanto. This magnificent ring of two-toned goodness will put your ripple stitch cushions to shame. If you’re au fait with whipping up stacks of granny squares then this pattern will be a piece of cake! With only two crochet stitches to master (double crochet and slip stitch), beginners can… Continue reading
Bring the look of your favourite interiors shop into your living room. Hook up Kath Webber’s exclusive chevron pillows with this ripple crochet pattern and remember to subscribe to Mollie Makes for more interior inspo! What’s better than your standard everyday chevron print? One that’s stitched by you in pastel and monochrome yarns, and backed… Continue reading
Gather your crochet flowers, it’s time to assemble your wreath! Available for 24 hours only, download the printable now…
Buzz! Make these tiny crochet bees to add to your spring wreath. Available for 24 hours only, download the printable now…
Hook up some forget-me-not blooms and tiny pom poms with these free crochet patterns. Available for 24 hours only, download the printable now!
Grab your hook and yarn, crafters! Make these double-layered blooms and holey leaves today, ready for assembling as a springtime wreath on 26 March.
Make mini daisies and four leaf clovers for your spring wreath. Follow the steps below to make your crochet flowers and leaves or download your printable to make it later.
This pretty in pink five-petal bloom and pale green leaf comes lovingly packaged up as day 2 of the spring wreath making series. Read on to download your printable.
It’s spring! Time to hook up a crochet flowers spring wreath. Download the crochet pattern to make a set of sunflowers and heart-shaped leaves to adorn your wreath. Remember this pattern will be available for 24 hours only so download the printable if you want to make it later. Big thanks to Amanda O’Sullivan for hooking up these mini wonders.
Jot it in your diary! We’ve planned an ultra crafty project to see us into the new season. From 20-26 March, we’re sharing a series of crochet patterns to celebrate the first week of spring. Be sure to pin or bookmark this post and pop back to the blog to receive your daily crochet patterns. Make crochet… Continue reading