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Beautiful Crochet

Crochet isn't just a craft; it's a journey of self-expression, where each stitch tells a story and every creation reflects the soulful artistry of its maker. Join me in discovering the calming effects of crocheting – a therapeutic journey that turns chaos into calm and threads into treasures.

 

Beneath, I'm excited to showcase some of my past works, each piece a testament to the beauty, warmth, and uniqueness that crochet brings into our lives. I'll provide links to the patterns used, if you would like to make your own. Once I get my store up and going, some of these will be available to purchase for you to gift to your loved ones.

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Mesa Hat

This hat is stunning and so fun to stitch up! The pattern also includes a scarf, which I have created and will add a picture of soon. This is a Tunisian stitch, a slightly different technique that crochet, but easy to catch onto. This is NOT my pattern, it is a paid pattern that I purchased from Ravelry.

You can purchase the pattern here

Sugar & Spice Hat

I have to admit, this pattern is probably one of my favorites to whip up and the results are gorgeous every time! I have tried several different yarns, but this color yarn is my favorite color combination! This is a free pattern I found on Kirsten Holloway Designs.

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Gift Card Holder - Snowman

My dad gives my sister and I a snowman ornament ever year for Christmas. This year, I had absolutely no idea what to get him for Christmas, so I made this gift card holder, added a loop, and gifted it to him. Now, he has his own snowman to add to their tree.

This is a free pattern from One Dog Woof

Sunflower Coasters

Are these not just the prettiest coasters? They were quick to make a set of 4 and I sold out of every set I made! I'll be making more of these and will have them available in the Spring, but if you want to try your hand at making them, you can find a free pattern on YouTube here.

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Child's Lovey

I can't remember where I found this pattern, so I'll have to search, but this consisted of a few squares, head, hands, and feet, coming together in a soft snuggly toy that kids love to carry around!

Meet Valentin

My son came to me the night before our homeschool co-op a few years ago and asked if he could give his tutors a Valentine's present. I found this cute pattern on Ravelry and quickly make a couple for him to gift the next morning. They can be a quick reminder to someone how much they are loved!

This is a free pattern on Ravelry: Valentin

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Yoshi

My cousin asked if I could make a Yoshi to sit with her collection. I searched high and low for a pattern and found this one (although it's been a few years and don't have the exact link). I absolutely love how he turned out!

Pinterest has several patterns, if you're interested in making your own. Due to the copyright of Yoshi, I will not make this to be sold.

Ear Warmer

I wanted to play around with stitches and create an Ear Warmer, and this is how it came out. While I didn't follow a pattern, I also didn't write it down as I went. A future project for me to tackle and, when it's finished, I'll post the pattern to this site.

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