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Crochet Patterns, Painting Ideas, and More: 15 New DIY Crafts
Make your own toys this year! Pattern this Huggable Happy Colors Penguin from Red Heart Yarn after your favorite color scheme for a personalized gift that is perfect for holidays or any day! This also makes a silly stocking stuffer for kids and adults. This amigurumi pattern is a great way to use up some leftover yarn that you have lying around...and don't be afraid to mix and match different colors to create your own unique crocheted penguin! Kids are sure to love him regardless of what color he is!
Are you and your friends starting a book club? Crochet this Jane Austen Book Club Tote to carry your favorite books with you! This lovely crocheted tote is easy to make and a great project for crochet fans of all skill levels. You could also use this crocheted tote bag as a purse or satchel for school. Work up this bag in the featured lovely shade of purple or use your favorite yarn color to make your own Jane Austen-style book tote bag.
Great for men and women alike, this Japanese Fan Crocheted Scarf is a great winter or fall accessory. Decorated with little crocheted fans, this scarf is artistic and striking. As an added bonus, this scarf is also reversible...so it's like getting two scarves in one! You can easily make this scarf more suitable for spring by using brighter yarn colors, or you could make it for a child by decreasing the number of rows you complete. Great for boys and girls of all ages, this Japanese Fan Crocheted Scarf is a great way to keep your face and neck warm and toasty!
If you enjoy free mile a minute crochet patterns, then you've probably faced a challenge - joining crochet afghan panels. Luckily, this isn't as complicated as it may seem and they are multiple ways to join panels. Grab a hook and see what works for you.
Great for those cooler summer nights, this Juicy Fruits Afghan is a great way to bring bright colors ( and a little warmth) into your home. Made with brightly colored yarn, this crocheted afghan pattern also makes a great gift for teens and new apartment owners.
Brighten up your home and get it ready for spring with this Lavender Lace Throw. This easy crochet afghan pattern could easily be made in any color you'd like. Great for giving as a gift or making for yourself, this crochet afghan pattern will put all your other blankets to shame. The lovely lacy design of this blanket may look complicated, but it's easily done using a simple V-stitch pattern. Perfect for displaying on your couch or across your bed, this Lavender Lace Throw is sure to add a feminine touch to any room in your home.
How adorable would your baby girl look in this light pink Victorian jacket? It's great for Easter Sunday. It's an intermediate crochet pattern that would also make for a nice baby shower gift. Great to make in any color, this crocheted jacket is perfect for little tots of all ages. This crochet pattern makes for a fun and challenging project for a beginner and a quick and easy project for those who are more skilled in crochet. Your little lady is sure to love showing off her brand new crocheted sweater!
This adorable crochet project is perfect for the holiday season. Lily the Christmas Elf will put a smile on everyone's face with colorful yarn and a cute elf outfit. Give this free crochet pattern a try for a great Christmas project for you or a friend. This sweet little elf makes a wonderful stocking stuffer and is perfect for hiding in the Christmas tree come Christmas morning. Great for kids of all ages, this crocheted elf is here to make your holidays merry and bright.
How sweet are these Little Hoot Amigurumi owls? Perfect for those who are just starting with amigurumi, these crocheted owls are worked in one piece and make great decorations for any room in your home.
Welcome a new little boy into the world with this lovely Little Prince Afghan. Crocheted in a simple shell stitch pattern, this afghan works up quickly and easily and is great for giving as a gift at an upcoming baby shower. Expecting a little princess? You can easily make this afghan for a little girl, too! Just swap out the yellow and blue for pinks and purples to create an equally adorable blanket for a new little lady.
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