How to Crochet a Quick Infinity Scarf

If you’ve been following along with me you might have noticed that I like projects that work up fairly quick. And this pattern is no different! This scarf works up quickly and uses only two balls of Lion Brand Hometown USA yarn. With the holidays quickly approaching this scarf is perfect for gifting or selling at your Christmas markets!

The pattern is available for free here on my blog but if you would like an ad-free printable PDF you can purchase it from my Ravelry or Etsy. 


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How to Crochet a Cowl in Child Size | Coz-E Luxe Cowl

I recently had a request for a child’s sized Coz-E Luxe Cowl so I made one and then thought to myself that I should add the children’s size pattern to my blog as well. So here it is! 

The pattern is available for free her on my blog but if you would like to purchase the pdf version you can do so in my Ravelry shop for only $3.00 by clicking the button below. 

If you had already previously downloaded the pdf version on Ravelry you should have already been sent the update. If you did not get it send me an email and we will figure it out. 

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How to Crochet a Beanie for all sizes | The Hezzy Beanie

Who says moms can’t match with their sons? The Hezzy Beanie is now live! When I first created this beanie (in January of 2019!) I made it for my son who was almost two years old. That is why it is called the Hezzy Beanie. I then wanted to make myself a matching version so the we could actually have something that matches because it’s so hard to find cute things for both moms and their little boys. Originally I thought i was just going to write the adult size of it and the toddlers size but I ended up writing 7 sizes! The sizes are 0-3months, 3-6months, 6-12months, 12-24months, toddler, child, and adult. 

The pattern is free here on my blog but if you would like an ad-free printable pdf you can purchase it on Ravelry. And don’t forget to pin it to your Pinterest boards so you can easily find it again. 

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Market Recap, Everything You Need for a Craft Fair

This last weekend I participated in my very first market! It went really well and really made me excited to do more. In the weeks before the market I researched and crocheted more than I ever have for anything in my life. I wanted to be as prepared as I could be and I wanted to know all the details of how other peoples craft fairs and markets went. So in this post I will share everything about my market, how it went, best sellers, items that I used that made it run smoothly, and I’ll even share the resources that helped me get prepared for the market. 

If you don’t have time to read the whole thing now. be sure to pin it to your Pinterest boards for later so you can easily find it again! 

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New Beginnings for Coz-E Creations

Hello! And welcome to my new and improved blog! I am so excited for this new blog. I had been wanting to improve my old blog and change a few things on it as well. I felt that my old one was not cutting it for the direction I see myself and my business going in. I got to the point where there was so much I wanted to change I just decided to start from the very beginning with a blank slate. Now I have a new theme, domain name and whole new look and direction!

When I first started my last blog I thought I wanted it to be a motherhood and fitness blog. Then as I got more into crochet I decided that was more the direction I wanted to go in, so my blog ended up being kind of a mixed up mess of a whole bunch of things. The name on the website itself didn’t even reflect my business and I didn’t love it. I decided I wanted to go in a more crochet specific direction.

I started thinking about changing everything and there was so much that I wanted to change and I had no idea what I was doing last time I created my blog. I decided I needed to just start from the beginning and make it exactly what I wanted. I knew that Taylor Lynn Crochet had a free how to start a blog course so I signed up for that and got started. This course was great. It walked me through everything I needed to do to start a new blog. It was really helpful in walking you specifically through how to purchase hosting and get your own domain name. Then she shows you how to set up your theme, create your pages and even start your first post. If you’re thinking about starting your own blog I’d definitely take this course!

I am very excited for this new blog and I hope you are too! I have been learning more and more about blogging and running a handmade business that I am so excited for the future and new opportunities it will bring! Now that I have everything set up and ready to go I will be adding a post on here in the near future with all the links to the patterns I have put out previously so that you will be able to easily access them. There will also be some free patterns coming in the future. Thanks for reading!