Friday, January 15, 2021

Easy Beginner's Crochet Baby Blanket with Puff Stitches, Crochet Video Tutorial and Written Pattern

This year I want to create more of beginner friendly crochet patterns and tutorials! 

This baby blanket is quite simple and beginners who know the basic stitches such as chains, slip stitches, single crochets, and double crochets. The only advanced stitch used here is the puff stitch! 

I made the puff stitches in this pattern tilted, but they are not too difficult to make. 

But the time you finish this blanket, you'll fully master puff stitches! 

I made my blanket 33 by 33 inches, but the pattern can be easily adjusted to any custom size. 

I used light worsted (category 3) 100% acrylic yarn and I worked with a hook size G (4.25 mm).

Specifically I used Snuggl Wuggly by Loops & Threads (1200 yards in total). 

Worsted weight yarns (category 4) yarns should work too! 

The design of this blanket is suitable for baby girls as well as baby boys! I think it looks lovely in any color, and possibly even in stripes! 


The video tutorial is available on my YouTube channel, and the written pattern is in my Etsy and Ravelry shops! 

Happy crocheting! 

Friday, January 8, 2021

Lacy Scarf with Double Crochet Clusters, Crochet Video Tutorial and Written Pattern

 Happy New Year! 

What is on your crochet hook in 2021? I have a few crochet projects on my hooks, and I have several more as ideas in my head! 

Crochet lacy scarves were a huge theme for me last year! Lacy scarf tutorials were the most popular on my YouTube channel! And lacy scarf written patterns were also a big a hit in my pattern shops! 

This year I will continue creating new lacy scarves, but I also have ideas for other projects!

This white lacy scarf is the first one of the year 2021!

In this pattern I used four-double-crochet-finished-together (aka 4dc-tog) clusters. They look like flower petals, and together with chain spaces, they create a beautiful, lacy design.

The are only two repeating rows in the pattern for the lace design, but I started and finished the scarf with a row of double crochet to create straight edges on both ends. 

For this scarf, I used light worsted, category 3, 100% acrylic yarn. Specifically I used Snuggly Wuggly by Loops & Threads. I used up two skeins, which is approximately 850 yards in total. 

I worked with a hook size G (4.25 mm).

The finished size of my scarf is about 78 inches long, and 11 inches wide. 

The pattern can be easily adjusted to any custom size!

The written pattern is available in my Etsy and Ravelry shops!