The first animal to find The Mitten is the mole. Today I’m sharing the pattern for the mole in my character ball series.
Doesn’t everyone love Jan Brett’s classic The Mitten? It has always been a personal favorite of mine since we wrote author letters in second grade and Jan Brett wrote back. I felt so special having her autograph!
This bobble spot baby blanket is inspired by the color-changing favorite Put Me In the Zoo by Robert Lopshire. I love to crochet with scraps and I did on this blanket, even with the yellow background. If I were to buy yarn for just this blanket, I would choose Brava Worsted Acrylic in Canary from KnitPicks. The… Continue reading Crocheted Bobble Spot Baby Blanket | Free Crochet Pattern
I sensed some confusion with the bobble border from the Color Mixing Baby blanket so I thought I’d try a video tutorial to help explain it.
I love granny squares, scrappy yarn, and the simple, colorful illustrations of Hervé Tullet. All of them come together in this baby blanket that was so much fun to make. I’ve put it all together a free crochet pattern so you can enjoy it too.
I love crocheted granny squares and am so pleased with how this new circle granny square (finally!) turned out. It was a challenge to keep the circles round and have the squares lay flat. Now that I have it worked out, I’m happy to share this free pattern with you. I was inspired by the… Continue reading Circle Granny Square Crochet | Free Crochet Pattern
This finger puppet is a great circle time accessory and accompanies books such as Touchy the Octopus Touches Everything. He “walks” on two fingers.
Create one or five of these little monkeys for jumping on the bed with this free crochet pattern.
This itsy bitsy spider is ready for circle time. He’s quick to crochet and just takes a small amount of worsted acrylic yarn.