This is a pattern for a basic bootie sole, size 0-3 months using lightweight/dk yarn. The sole can then be used for your own bootie pattern or any of my 0-3 month bootie patterns (coming soon). I have included a printable PDF of the pattern: Basic Sole for Size 0-3 Month Video Tutorial Coming Soon! … Continue reading Basic Bootie Sole 0-3 months
Winter is here! Time for scarves, cowls, hats, and gloves! I have a ton of bulky yarn in my stash and I am absolutely loving all of the fantastic chunky cowls and scarves I'm seeing this year. I decided to create one of my own. This pattern is super versatile. Not only is it reversible, … Continue reading Chunky Reversible Ribbed Cowl
Looking for a simple hat that works up extremely quickly? Try this simple pattern using bulky weight yarn. Last spring I stumbled upon these two colors of Lion Brand Hometown USA, and I knew I had to have them! My husband is a Wolverine and I'm a Jayhawk, so I just couldn't walk away. … Continue reading Bulky Yarn Hats in Sizes NB-Toddler (Double Crochet) – Free Pattern
Looking for an extra large, extra warm hat pattern? This hat is both, making it perfect for any man who spends time outside clearing snow, sledding with the kiddos, or attending late season football games! The last time we went yarn shopping together, my husband picked out some yarn and requested a new hat. His … Continue reading Husband Hat- Free Crochet Pattern
Hey, everyone! Life has again gotten a little crazy between work and actually crocheting, I haven't had a lot of time to post. I'm on bedrest now, so catching up on my blog is on my list of projects. Here's what I've been working on: 1. Afghans for my Girls: I decided a few months … Continue reading WIP update!
After MANY, MANY requests, I am FINALLY getting around to checking my math and comparing men's and women's sizes. I will continue updating this post to add more adult sizes. (Hopefully by the end of the weekend) Please keep in mind that these sizes are my best estimates using measurement charts and math. They have NOT been … Continue reading Untested Adult Bathrobe Sizes!!
Turn any basic white beanie into a skeleton beanie by adding eyes, a nose, and teeth. The tutorial below shows how add the face onto my skeleton and includes adaptations for all sizes, newborn through adult. If you need a basic beanie pattern or tutorial, you can find my written patterns and videos here.
Happy Friday! Today's follow it Friday recommendation is Crochet 539. How I found this Blog: I found Crochet 539 in the early days of my blog. I don't remember if it was recommended to me or if I found it after Brenna had liked one of my posts. Why I Follow This Blog: Brenna shares … Continue reading Follow It Friday!- Crochet 539
Some of my favorite projects over the years have been Halloween themed beanies, mostly of which were made for my oldest nieces and nephew. It's very easy to turn any beanie into a creepy (or adorable) skeleton or zombie. The directions below will show you how to make the eyes, nose, and mouths for the … Continue reading Halloween Beanies
I've added a video tutorial for my Candy Corn Hat! This hat makes an adorable fall or Halloween accessory and the sizing will work for most people child through adult. The written pattern can be found here Candy Corn Hat- Free Pattern Enjoy and Happy Crocheting! kbcrochet.wordpress.com/2016/09/26/candy-corn-hat-free-pattern/