Created with double threads of carpet wool yarn these pots are crocheted in 3 different sizes for your craft room or you could use in the bedroom for brushes, combs and makeup, the choice is yours. Carpet yarn is great for pots and baskets as the yarn is stiff and holds the shape nicely. As an alternative you can try using a thick strong yarn such as cotton, macrame yarn or sissal
Type: Crochet
Yarn weight: double thread rug wool;
Hook: 8mm;
Size: 3 sizes,
Difficulty: Fairly easy

Three craft pots
Crochet with thick cotton yarn so it will make up real quick. I made one for my bathroom and it washes really well in Lily Sugar n Cream cotton. Learn how to create a bobble stitch and a chained fringe, beautiful
Type: Crochet
Yarn weight: Chunky;
Hook: 8mm;
Size: One size, however pattern can easily be adjusted to make larger/smaller
Difficulty: Intermediate

Cotton bobble crochet bathmat pattern
Yellow is one of my favourite colours. I made this baby throw in a crochet seashell stitch in soft cotton then finished off around with a border of double crochet stitches
Type: Crochet;
Yarn weight: Aran;
Hook: 4mm;
Size: One size
Difficulty: Intermediate

Seashells stitch crochet blanket pattern
This crochet cushion is similar to the bathmat and made with Lily Sugar n Cream yarn with bobble stitches and worked in a square
Type: Crochet
Yarn weight: Chunky;
Hook: 8mm and 4mm
Size: One size, however pattern can easily be adjusted to make larger/smaller
Difficulty: Intermediate

Chunky cotton bobble crochet cushion pattern
One of my most popular patterns. Why? Because everyone loves a cable bobble hat and this one is knitted on needles without having to use fiddly cable needles. Choose a colour and knit
Type: Knitting with straight needles
Yarn weight: Aran
Needles: 4mm and 5mm
Size: 3 sizes - toddler, child, adult
Difficulty: Intermediate
Digital pattern

Cable bobble knit hat pattern
I used so so soft Alpaca yarn from Yeoman yarns for this blanket. It is so full of texture and a beautiful addition to your home living or bedroom on those chilly evenings. Try out the waffle stitch and finish around the edges with the chain fringe - no fussy ends on this fringe
Type: Crochet;
Yarn weight: Chunky;
Hook: 6mm;
Size: One size
Difficulty: Intermediate
Chunky waffle stitch crochet throw
This pattern has 3 different styles in 3 sizes. The yarn is from the awesome Bluefaced Leicester sheep and is mega soft and beautiful to knit and crochet with. I knitted the ribs and crocheted the main body, how nice to mix the 2 skills
Type: Knitted ribs and crochet body; with straight knitting needles and crochet hook
Yarn weight: Aran;
Needles: 4.5 knitting needles, 4mm crochet hook;
Size: 3 sizes: small, medium, large
Difficulty: Intermediate
Bobble beanie hats knit and crochet pattern
I found a pattern once for the crochet twists and loved them. I call them twizzles, they just hang beautifully and add a twist for a change to a bobble hat. Add as many as you like
Type: Knitting with straight needles
Yarn weight: Aran;
Needles: 4mm and 5mm;
Size: One size
Difficulty: Intermediate
Digital pattern
Twizzle hat knit pattern
This hat is so very easy and quick to make. I knitted it with needles in the round. I used to be scared of knitting like this but once I started using these needles I don't know what I was worried about. It is a free pattern so please help yourself
Type: Knitting with circular knitting needles
Yarn weight: Aran;
Needles: 4mm and 5mm
Size: 18 - 24"" head circumference
Difficulty: Easy
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Free Easy ribbed hat knit pattern
My granddaughter in one of my crochet designed outfits. A hat, so easy to make, and a jumper also in crochet with an owl motif pocket. So loved making this for her
Type: Crochet
Yarn weight: Aran\
Hook: 5mm
Size:
Jumper: Finished measurement 24” chest, 11” back length and 8” long sleeve x 7” width. Hat 17" circumference to stretch comfortably to 20" toddler head
Difficulty: Intermediate

Catwalk toddler crochet outfit pattern
Nice and thick and quick with 2 bobbles. I created this hat using a lattice stitch, love trying out different stitches. It adds texture to a warm and stretchy bobble hat
Type: Knitting with circular knitting needles
Yarn weight: Chunky;
Needles: 4mm and 5mm
Size: Child and Adult
Difficulty: Intermediate
2 bobble beanie lattice stitch knit pattern
This blanket was real fun to make. I created a crochet mesh background and wove chains of colour all the way through the mesh. I made my own colour chart to follow. I so love the pretty colours for this and it is ideal as a gift for the new arrival
Type: Crochet;
Yarn weight: Aran;
Hook: 5mm;
Size: One size
Difficulty: Intermediate
Woven crochet harbour blanket pattern
I had some yarn left over from making a toddler outfit for my granddaughter. It's King Cole cuddles chunky yarn with a contrasting stretchy merino yarn for the rib. The shaping is not difficult at all, loved making this tam
Type: Knitting with circular needles
Yarn weight: DK rib and chunky body
Needles: 4mm and 5mm;
Size: One size
Difficulty: Intermediate
Digital pattern
Pretty knitted Tam hat pattern
This hat is called Kaleidoscope because it just reminds me of those tins we had as kids. Turn the tin and you see lots of patterns. This hat is quite easy to knit in 2 different rib stitches. One for the rib edge and a different rib for the main body of the hat. It's so soft, warm and stretchy too
Type: Knitting with straight needles or circular needles
Yarn weight: Chunky
Needles: 4mm and 5mm straight or circular;
Size: 3 sizes: Toddler, Child and Adult
Difficulty: Easy
Digital pattern
Kaleidoscope rib hat knit pattern
My son's partner is Peruvian and I made this hat in a Peruvian style for my grandson. Muy bien. It is using a technique called stranded knitting, it's not so difficult at all. Create your own graph pattern and off you go
Type: Knitting with circular knitting needles
Yarn weight: Aran;
Needles: 4mm and 5mm
Size: 16 - 20" head circumference
Difficulty: Intermediate - advanced
Peruvian hat stranded knit pattern
I like discovering new ways of doing things and whilst I was knitting I tried something new, voila! The top of the hat does look like a snowflake and is not difficult to knit. I contrasted the red to break it up with another colour, I think it works but choose your own colours from your stash
Type: Knitting with circular knitting needles
Yarn weight: 4 ply using 3 strands for rib; Aran body
Needles: 4mm and 5mm
Size: 16 - 23" head circumference
Difficulty: Intermediate
Snowflake knit hat pattern