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Crocheted amigurumi christmas (pine) trees
Bring holiday spirit with your handmade mini crochet Christmas trees ! These crochet Christmas trees by The Lazy Hobby Hopper will be the most wonderful and creative Christmas crochet projects in your crochet list ! Whether you are creating something as a gift or you want to add some down home country charm to your home this Christmas , crocheting is the perfect solution! With The Lazy Hobby Hopper's crochet tutorial and free pattern , you can make these super adorable little crocheted Christmas / pine trees in no time. These adorable little crochet pine trees are just perfect for celebrating the Christmas season ! Spruce up your desk at the office, cheer up any friend and family or decorate one in every room of the house.
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Crochet angel ornament - free crochet pattern
Whether you are creating something as a gift or you want to add some down home country charm to your home this Christmas, crocheting is the perfect solution. Add something unique and special to your Christmas tree with Camilla's handmade crochet angel ornaments! These beautiful crochet angel Christmas ornaments can be done long before Christmas. They are so easy to do and will give you a wonderfully rustic looking Christmas tree ( or, you can use them to decorate anywhere I the house that you want to add some homemade charm to your holiday decor)
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Crocheted stars - christmas tree ornaments
These simple Christmas crochet stars are a free pattern that makes a fun and easy holiday project! Use them as Christmas ornaments on your tree or as decorations and appliques any time of year. We love to crochet, and we simply adore quick and simple crochet projects, which is why these little crochet stars are the best. This pattern is incredibly easy to make – just two short rounds and your star is done! You can make some to hang on your Christmas tree, attach them to special gifts, or work up a whole constellation and string them onto a starry garland.
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Easy DIY rainbow basket with t-shirt yarn
Little baskets are so handy for corralling small miscellanea that seem to end up all over the house, you can never have too many. She created some lovely rainbow hued ones with a simple coil basket making technique, but instead of weaving she used crochet which makes the process go a lot faster. Because she used t-shirt yarn as the core, they are nice and floppy but if you want a firmer basket consider using thin rope. You can even make them fit around an old jar and hey presto, a new vase!
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Simple crochet flowers ( with crochet pattern )
This simple crochet flower is perfect for any spring or easter home decor , or you can use them to decorate your kids room! It's also a cute addition to any spring outfit: use it as a brooch or an adorable accessory. The best in this spring cochet project and pattern is: it's extremely plain, and the flower has just 4 petals! With this nice and helpful crochet tutorial you can create some even if you are a beginner in crocheting!
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Crochet covered easter eggs (with 2 crochet pattern)
Look at these gorgeous and delicate crochet covered Easter eggs! We think they provide a beautiful, natural look for Easter, though you could certainly do them in other colors as well. This crochet project by Flax And Twine doesn't require too much yarn, so it's a perfect project even if you have only a small amount of it. It can be a lovely  Easter gift  or you can use them as a stunning Easter / spring decors.At Flax And Twine you will find 2! different (and free) crochet pattern to create these beauties.
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DIY crocheted ( amigurumi ) bigfoot bunnies
These cute and colorful little crocheted /amigurumi  bigfoot bunnies  are perfect easter gifts or soft toys for kids. In this nice crochet /amigurumi blog you can find the free amigurumi bigfoot bunny pattern and a nicely detailed bonus video crocheting tutorial! This amigurumi rabbit project is absolutely easy: you can create the bunnies easily even if you are a beginner in amigurumi. This  crocheted bunny doesn't require too much yarn, you can use any leftovers you've already have at hand.
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Little crocheted egg baskets with flower
These little crocheted easter egg baskets are a fun project that can hold a single easter egg or perhaps a treat. It's an easy to crochet basket which finished with a beautiful one round flower and a cheery button center. This cute basket accompanied with a delicious chocholate egg is a perfect easter gift for your loved ones or you can use it as a cute spring table decor as well. In this super crochet website you will find a free basket crochet pattern and a video crochet tutorial to create these fun and gorgeous easter egg baskets! It's a nice crocheting project even if you haven't got too much yarn because it doesn't need many.
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Crocheted ( amigurumi ) owl - Mr.Murasaki
"Today, Mei Li is sharing with us her another crocheted creation, Mr. Murasaki – a sleepy purple amigurumi owl! ( Murasaki means purple in Japanese). Mr. Murasaki the owl amigurumi has a unique character and we just love his sleepy look!" This cute crocheted owl can pe a perfect gift for owl enthusiasts or it also can be a perfect toy for babies (just put a bell in his belly and leave out the glued decorations). This cute crochet project doesn't require too much yarn, therefore it's a perfect yarn scrap buster!
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Crochet cozy for jars and cans
Repurpose/upcycle empty mason jars and tin cans for flowers, pencil cups, cutlery holders, craft supplies, combs/cosmetics or wherever you want some pretty organization! This free crochet pattern is very easy (made with only beginner crochet stitches). This crocheted jar/can cozy is a very nice (and low-budget) way to decorate your home! These mason jar/tin can cozies are changeable (and washable) so you can easily dress up your  jars/cans/bottles differently in any season/holidays if you wish! You can use any size and color yarn, the final products will be gorgeous!
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Fingerless fox gloves - free crochet pattern
Today she's sharing with us her new fox fingerless gloves crochet pattern made with front post single crochet stitches. No matter what crochet hooks you use, you can make these fun and cozy fox fingerless gloves  for yourself in a rainy fall / snowy winter afternoon. You can use this super adorable fox crochet pattern to make fingerless gloves (or  handrwarmers ) for your family as a nice Christmas gift or just to show your love. It's not really an easy / beginner crochet project but absolutely worth to try!
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Cozy crochet headband with button (free crochet pattern)
So you have a baby shower, birthday party or gift-exchange in an hour? No problem. You still have time to make this cozy crochet headband before then so you can waltz into the party like your life is just one big, thoughtful DIY-fest. Seriously, this free crochet headband (aka ear warmer) pattern is a quickie. It’s got last-minute DIY gift written all over it. She provide us instructions for newborn and adult sizes, in case you too want to match your baby.
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Crochet stocking advent calendar
What can be more fun that finding little surpises every day till Chritmas? With this gorgeous vintage/rustis style crocheted advent calendar you can decorate your home at winter and suprise your kids with little gifts at the same time! If you are a beginner in crocheting that's not a problem because in this nice crochet blog you can find a complete, step-by step , picture documented free crochet tutorial&pattern for every! little crocheted stocking, plus as an extra you can also find here the base board's assembling tutorial.
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How to crochet a shamrock - St. Patrick's day
Crocheted Shamrocks! Aren’t they just cute? These crocheted shamrocks are really easy to make, even if you are a beginner in crocheting you can make one in just a couple of minutes. These crocheted shamrocks are a great size for using them in several craft projects you may have in mind. They would make great pins if you don’t have anything else to wear that is green on St. Patrick’s Day. In this crochet tutorial you will find a nice step-by-step video crocheting tutotial on how to make these adorable yarn shamrocks as well!
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Cozy crochet bunny hat with button eyes (free pattern)
This free crochet bunny hat pattern is easier than it looks and makes a darling Easter accessory for your favorite baby or toddler. Of course you can crochet this super adorable accessory as a cozy winter hat as well! If you’re looking for a sweet, handmade, non-candy Easter gift or you just know a baby that would look adorable as a little bunny rabbit, this free bunny hat pattern is perfect for you. It’s quite quick to whip up and the only stitches used on the main body of the hat and ears are a half double crochet, half double crochet decrease and a chain. The scalloped edging uses a slip stitch , single crochet, double crochet and a triple crochet.
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Adorable soft doll with crocheted basket (sewing & crochet pattern)
This little Waldorf style soft doll is so adorable, we cant resist it! In this nice craft website you will find a free step-by-step doll making tutorial, a free sewing pattern and a free crochet pattern for the baby's basket as an extra! The fabric doll (and also the crocheted basket) is super easy to sew, you can make them in minutes from a little leftover fabric or from old unused clothes! Your kids will love this adorable little soft doll!  Handmade toys are always better than the store bought ones, because they has soo much personality, and you can choose the materials to sew from which is also a very nice thing!
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Crocheted baby boots (free crochet pattern)
Oh those cute baby feet! They deserve an adorable cozy little boots, right? Try this crochet project and make one cozy baby boots for your kids or grandkids! In the outer craft site you will find a free crochet (picture) pattern and a nice assembling tutorial on how to make crocheted baby boots. This adorable little baby boots will look gorgeous in any color and size! And if you don't use wool yarn it will be washable which can be really handy! This crocheted baby boots can be a great indoor boots at all around the year not just at winter!
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DIY white crocheted flower boots (free crochet pattern)
Do you love crocheting and stylish cozy boots? Try this! Wearing these gorgeous cozy crocheted boots/slippers is like a yarn dream come true! You can create the crocheted boots with sturdy insoles or simply use an old flip-flop as sole!  They will look like expensive crochet UGG boots you can buy in a store, but you still don't need to rob a bank to crochet it! In fact this is a very easy crochet project with simple granny hexagons. (Free pattern can be found in the linked site.) Whether you wear them outside as spring/winter/autumn boots or inside as slippers, you’re going to have some incredibly warm, stylish and happy toes.
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Hen and chick amigurumi ( free crochet pattern )
Mei Li from AmiguruMEI has made her return to Craft Passion with this free kawaii hen & chicks amigurumi pattern. The hen amigurumi, mama Tori, is made by using 2 strands of yarn and bigger hook so that she comes out in a bigger size. Whilst the chicks amigurumi is done by using a single strand of yarn with the same pattern. The comb is done by surface crochet of red/yellow yarn on the head after stuffing. All the details of the hen & chicks amigurumi features have turned them into such a cuteness overload chicken breed. Get the details on the pattern and tutorial at Craft Passion:
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Urban gipsy boho bag ( free crochet pattern)
This boho-ethno bag free crochet pattern is fun to put together and loaded with bohemian charm. Every woman who is both a certifiable hippy AND prolific crocheter needs this super unique stylish, crocheted summer festival bag! Authentic granny squares,legit embroidery & fringe for days! A leather belt can make a great bag strap when affixed with some D-rings. (The white crocheted boho bag in the photos uses a thrifted leather belt attached with D-ring.) Crochet one and take your inner free spirit out on the town with your new Urban Gypsy bag!
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