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FaveCrafts Most Popular Craft Projects: February 2011

By: Karisa Tell, Editor for

Check out this list of the most popular craft projects on FaveCrafts, AllFreeCrochet, AllFreeKnitting, and AllFreeSewing for February 2011. Revisit your faves and discover new projects to make!

FaveCrafts Most Popular Craft Projects: February 2011
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Craft Projects

Here are your favorite craft projects from February and a few bonus projects to make, hand selected based on your interests.

  1. Fat Quarter Dress: Free pillowcase dress patterns are all the rage on the internet these days. This pillowcase dress pattern uses coordinating fat quarters (front, back and trim). The dress will fits size 2T through 6.

    Fat Quarter Dress

    If you like this project, check out more pillowcase projects to make:

    Ruffle Dress from Pillowcase       Two Pillowcase Blouse
    Girl's Ruffle Dress & Two Pillowcase Blouse
  2.  Easy Errands Bag:Crochet a handy rectangular bag with easy knotted handles for daily errands. The stripes in this bag are created by self-striping yarn instead of having to switch yarn balls.

    Easy Errands Bag

    If you like this project, check out more reusable grocery bags to make:

    Fruits and Veggies Bag       Eco Friendly Market Bag
    Recycled Produce Bag & Eco-Friendly Market Bag

  3. Oatmeal Container Yarn Holder:Turn an ordinary oatmeal container (or similar sized container) into a pretty yarn holder. This makes a quick and thrifty Mother's Day gift for a mom who crochets or knits.

    Oatmeal Container Yarn Holder

     If you like this project, check out more crafty storage ideas:

    Yarn Storage Box       Water Bottle Storage Upcycle
    Yarn Storage Box & Water Bottle Storage Upcycle

Free Knitting Patterns

We rounded up your favorite knitting patterns from and added in some extras from FaveCrafts. Enjoy!

  1. Dragon Skin Wrap or Scarf:Use this tutorial to create a beautiful Dragon Skin Wrap. You won't believe how elegant this pattern looks in person!

    Dragon Skin Scarf

    If you like this project, check out more scarves and wraps to knit:

    Chevron Scarf       Coral Ruffle Wrap
    Chevron Scarf & Coral Ruffle Wrap
  2. Stained Glass Ripple Afghan: Spice up your bed or couch with this gorgeous free knitting pattern. The Stained Glass Ripple Afghan is the type of pattern that makes a great gift and will receive many compliments.

    Stained Glass Ripple Afghan

    If you like this project, check out more afghans to make:

    Stained Glass Motof Afghan       Knit Ripple Blanket
    Stained Glass Motif Afghan (crochet) & Knit Ripple Blanket
  3.  Flamboyant Scarf:Free knitting patterns for scarves don't have to be boring! Create this fun and funky Flamboyant Scarf to add some pizazz to your outfits.

    Flamboyant Scarf

    If you like this project, check out more scarves to knit:

    Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf       Makin' Bacon Scarf
    Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf & Makin' Bacon Scarf

Free Crochet Patterns

Grab your hooks and start crocheting! Here are your favorite patterns from, plus more from FaveCrafts that we know you'll love.

  1. Soccasins: Moccasins or Socks? Now you don't have to choose! These soccasins look like adorable winter boots for the indoors. The best part? You can make them in a variety of styles and colors!


    If you like this project, check out more slippers to make:

    Warm Boot Slippers       Pom Pom Slippers
    Warm Boot Slippers (knit) & Pom Pom Slippers (crochet)
  2. Spider Stitch Throw: Crochet yourself this luxurious Spider Stitch Throw! Spider Stitch is a technique that creates the illusion of a spider's web.

    Spider Stitch Throw

    If you like this project, check out more afghans to make:

    Arrow Stitch Afghan       Pillar Stitch Afghan
    Arrow Stitch Afghan (crochet) & Pillar Stitch Afghan (knit)
  3. Particulary Pink Dishcloth: Use this free crochet pattern to make a pretty in pink dishcloth. The different colors truly make this a fun pattern to make.

    Particularly Pink Dishcloth

    If you like this project, check out more dishcloths to crochet:

    Cheerful Dish Cloth       Springtime Cloth
    Cheerful Dishcloth & Springtime Cloth

Free Sewing Patterns

Here are the top 3 most popular sewing patterns from To find more sewing patterns on FaveCrafts, read on...

  1. Pleated Apron with Built In Hot Pads: You won't believe how nifty this project is. The name says it all - the Pleated Apron with Built in Hot Pads is really useful. It's no ordinary apron because with this cool sewing project, you won't be searching for hot pads!

    Pleated Apron with Built In Hot Pads

    If you like this project, check out more aprons to sew:

    Quick Pillowcase Apron       Reversible Scrap Fabric Apron
    Quick Pillowcase Apron & Reversible Scrap Fabric Apron
  2. Scrappy Needle Keeper: Looking for a way to use up some of your fabric scraps? Here's a great project that calls for small amounts of fabric you already have in your craft collection. Follow the Scrappy Needle Keeper Tutorial.

    Scrappy Needle Keeper

    If you like this project, check out more needle and hook storage ideas:

    Case for Crochet Hooks       Felt Flower Pin Cushion
    Case for Crochet Hooks & Felt Flower Pin Cushion
  3. Tattered Flowers for Embellishment: Use this free sewing pattern to add a touch of spring to everything! These tattered button flowers can be added to bags, headbands, shirts or even skirts. Get creative, there are tons of possibilities!

    Tattered Flowers for Embellishment

    If you like this project, check out more fabric flowers to make:

    No Sew Flower Bouquet       Mod Podge Flower Pin
    No-Sew Flower Bouquet & Mod Podge Flower Pin



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