Hooded Shawl Crochet Pattern

Hooded shawl

It’s almost officially fall, which means it’s the perfect time for a hooded shawl crochet pattern. This hooded shawl is made with bernat blanket yarn or another super bulky weight 6 yarn. This shawl works up decently quick and is so soft and cozy. It is perfect for wearing at home while binge watching Netflix or even sitting around the campfire on a crisp fall night. 

This pattern is available in my Raverly and Etsy shops. But if you’re not ready for it yet, be sure to save it to Pinterest so you can easily find it later. 

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How to Crochet a Quick Spring Headband

Last year in 2019 I released the Easy Peasy Pin Up Tie Headband. It is a super beginner friendly basic tie headband. I decided this year that I wanted to spruce up that design a little bit and  give it an updated look. So I came up with the Daisy Mae Headband. (Named after my dog I had growing up). It has a super springy look so it is perfect to wear with a spring or summer outfit. 

This pattern is available here for free on my blog but if you would like to have the ad-free printable pdf you can purchase it for only $3 in my Etsy or Ravelry stores.

And don’t forget to pin this to your Pinterest! Not only does it help you to be able to easily find the pattern again it also helps my blog which helps me be able to continue to provide free patterns. 

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Sunflower Coffee Cozy Free Crochet Pattern

Spring is here! And to celebrate I am participating in a Blog Hop with some amazingly talented crochet designers. The first half is hosted by Crochetastic Boutique and the other half is hosted by Tender Warm Creations click here to check out the other free patterns.

 This pattern is available for free here on my blog but you can buy the ad-free printable pdf in my Etsy and Ravelry shops. And don’t forget to pin it to your Pinterest so that you can easily find it later. 

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How to Make Business Cards at Home on a Budget

Business cards are a really important item to have when running a business. They are a great way to get your information out there to potential clients and give the people who are already customers an easy way to find you again. I put business cards in all my online orders, I always bring a lot to my craft fairs, and then I also just always have some with me when I’m out and about. I have bought business cards from Vista Print before and I really loved them, but when you don’t have the time to order and wait for them to be shipped, or you just don’t have a lot of extra funds at the moment, I will show you how to make some at home that still look great!

If you prefer to just buy your business cards, I do recommend Vista Print, they are easy to use and their prices are very reasonable. If you do decide to purchase them from vista print, you can use my referral code by clicking here and receive $20 off and order of $40 or more.

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Free Crochet Legwarmers Pattern

So we are doing things a little different this time around on the blog! My free legwarmer crochet pattern is now live, but I am so happy to announce that you can find it over on the Yarn Punk blog!

 

Although just the act of using yarn to express yourselves already makes you a yarn punk, I’m feeling even extra official about it now! And since you’re here on my blog, I can already assume you’re a yarn punk too, be sure to head over to their site to read about this new subculture!

Although the free pattern is found on Yarn Punk, you can still purchase the premium version of my pattern through my shops. 

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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. So lets crochet a beanie for all sizes!

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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