Christmas · Crochet · Free Pattern

Gingerbread Cookies

his sweet crochet gingerbread cookie is such a cute way to add a handmade touch to your Christmas decor, or a unique Christmas gift. This pattern features a build it yourself pattern instructions to combing your preferred variations with photo tutorial and chart instructions. The pattern includes a range of accessory patterns to decorate the “cookie” along with felt, buttons, and other craft items. The pattern is written in both US and UK terminology.

Christmas · Crochet · Free Pattern · Stash-Busting

Stash Buster Bauble

This pattern is a the perfect stash busting Christmas decoration to use up those ball ends from your year of crafting. There are two options for the pattern, a stuffed (rag-doll) version or a flat piece. This pattern is aimed at a beginners and is written in US and UK terminology. This pattern is designed to work with DK weight yarn, but can be made with any yarn with a matching hook.

Christmas · Crochet · Free Pattern · Stash-Busting

Stash Buster Stocking

This Christmas stocking ornament is great for using up those ball ends from your year of crafting. There are two options for the pattern, a stuffed (rag-doll) version or a flat piece. This pattern is aimed at a beginners and is written in US and UK terminology. This pattern is designed to work with DK weight yarn, but can be made with any yarn with a matching hook.

Christmas · Crochet · Free Pattern · Stash-Busting

15 Minute Skates

These quick and cute little Christmas decorations are part of my stash busting advent calendar. This pattern is designed to work up in less then 15 minutes and use up those pesky ball remnants from this year. There are two variations of these skates, the quick, beginner level 15 minute version. There is a second 30 minute version in a rag-doll style. This pattern is designed to work with DK weight yarn, but can be made with any yarn with a matching hook. The stash-busting advent calendar will be released late November!

Crochet · Free Pattern

Eco Friendly Water Balloons

In Australia we are in the run into summer, although this year with La Nina this weekend is feeling reminiscent of winter rather then mid spring. For Australian summers it was almost a childhood rite of passage to have water balloon fights to cool down on those 40 degrees Celsius plus days. Now we are more environmentally conscious, which is why I love the concept of re-useable water balloons. Not only can the game continue for a much longer time, you only need one set of balloons and no longer use non-recyclable one-use plastics. This post shares a Crochet pattern for Eco Friendly Water Balloons!