Summer Fun Crochet Pattern Sale

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Announcing: the Summer Fun Sale with Sweet Potato 3 crochet patterns!


As I depart on a fun filled week exploring the history of Washington DC with my family I want to offer all of you a week of crochet fun! Each day for the next week I will announce a Sweet Potato 3 pattern that will be on SALE for only $1.00

Since you follow my blog, you will get a sneak peak of each days pattern. Everyone else will have to wait to see them posted on facebook. But, grab them each day because they will only be on sale for 24 hours.

For each pattern you must use the code “SummerFun” at checkout.

Summer Fun Daily Pattern Sales

Saturday July 15, 2017: Crocodile Tiara / Crown Pattern

Crocodile Tiara Crown

Sunday July 16, 2017: Vintage Bonnet with Scallops Pattern

Vintage Bonnet

Monday July 17, 2017: Diagonal Delights Baby Blanket Pattern

Diagonal Delights Blanket

Tuesday July 18, 2017: Sweet Braids Hat Pattern

Sweet Braids Hat

Wednesday July 19, 2017: Newborn Scallop & Cables Bonnet & Wrap Pattern

Scallop & Cables Newborn Prop

Thursday July 20, 2017: Button up Waves Hooded Cocoon Pattern

Button Up Waves hooded cocoon

Friday July 21, 2017: Cropped Motif Cardigan Pattern

Cropped Motif Cardigan

Saturday July 22, 2017: Interlace Scarf / Wrap Pattern

Interlace Shawl & Wrap

I hope you look forward to the Summer Fun Sale this year, make sure to share these amazing steals with your fellow crochet friends.



O’ Christmas Tree CAL – Christmas in July

There was definitely some glitches along the way, but we made it and the Christmas in July CAL is finally ready! Thanks for your patience as my computer was replaced and updated, whew! Now I can breath again and have some summer crochet fun.


The CAL project for this year will be the O’Christmas Tree Skirt.

The CAL is designed as a mystery for those that enjoy the unknown and new excitement of each release. HOWEVER, for those that would like to know what the final project will look like you can simply contact me for a quick sneak peak. Just send me a message on facebook for the quickest response.

I will host the CAL  in a facebook group. The group will be private, so if you are making the tree skirt as a gift and want to share your progress, you can. Your posts will not be seen by anyone outside of the group. I love hosting in facebook groups because the interaction is fun and it is so exciting to see everyone’s progress. You will not be required to join the group on facebook, all sections will be posted to ravelry as they are released.

CAL supply list

One of the biggest benefits of a CAL is that large projects are broken down into smaller, sometimes more manageable sections, making the project fun. The first section is the largest part so you will be given a longer time frame to complete it. The remaining sections are fun and much quicker to crochet.

Classic / Traditional Design

If you have participated in a past Sweet Potato 3 CAL, which are usually themed baby blankets, you may wonder about the design. There will be no appliques at all (how many of you are cheering right now?). The theme is just traditional, “Christmas”. This tree skirt will look lovely in any home, even those without children. It is a classic design that I would imagine any age will love.

Intermediate with some twists!

I always want those that join my CAL‘s to learn something new. The stitches are all intermediate and I will do live video’s to help explain each part of the Tree Skirt. I did add a fun twist to one of the sections. This is why you need the bobbins, but please do not let that scare you, I will make sure to walk you through it. I am confident you will LOVE the end result.

The schedule for the CAL is as follows:

June 20 – July 5: Purchase CAL, join facebook group, get supplies.
July 5 – 23 – section 1 (this is the largest section and will take some time to complete)
July 24 – section 2
July 27 – section 3
July 31 – section 4
August 7 – section 5
August 14 – section 6
August 28 – completed projects will get free coordinating pattern


One Cup at a Time Coasters – Free Crochet Pattern

Some days you just need a quick, easy, but fun crochet pattern…

So, today, I am sharing one of my freebies with all of you, the One Cup at a Time Coaster pattern. This pattern works up really quick and is useful. It can be added to a gift to give it a handmade touch.

Get your Free Coaster Pattern on: Ravelry or Craftsy

Crochet Pattern

The pattern used sports yarn (#2 weight) and a G crochet hook. However, if you have a different yarn weight around, go ahead and give that a try as well. You finished coaster may come out bigger, but it will still work.

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One Cup at a Time Coaster

Free Crochet Pattern

Some Bunny To Love Crochet Pattern

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Everybody needs… Some Bunny To Love!

One afternoon, as I was perusing facebook one of my photographer friends sent me a message requesting a little stuffed bunny for a photo shoot. She wanted the child to be able to hold the little bunny by the arm with the bunny hanging at their side {I’ll be sure to share those photo’s once I receive them}.

Well, if you know me, I immediately sat down and started designing a cute little bunny. I had just finished designing my Sleepy Tight Teddy Bear stuffed animal and loved his long legs and arms. I immediately knew that this bunny would have those same darling features.

Some Bunny To Love

She needed to have some cute floppy ears, beady eyes, and cute nose and subtle mouth. But, even more important is a cute little fluffy tail.

Some Bunny To Love  Some Bunny To Love

This bunny is so soft and cuddly. You know you want to make one for the upcoming Easter holiday. It can be given to a child as a lovable toy, or you can display her with your decor. So make sure to grab your copy today!

{it will be 50% off through Sunday April 9, 2017, on Ravelry only-no code needed}.

Ravelry / Etsy / Craftsy

Some Bunny To Love

Bunny in Britches Set – Crochet Pattern

Spring time brings cute and cuddle little bunnies out of the woods. What is cuter than that? I love seeing them bounce around and wiggle their little noses. Well, now you can bring that cute little image into your home for your little one.  You are going to love this little Bunny in Britches Set. The adorable little guy in the photo is courtesy of my tester Trish <3

Bunny in Britches Set

The Pattern includes the Bunny Bonnet, Bow Tie, Britches with Suspenders (made to hit at the knees) and a carrot stuffy. The pattern includes sizes for: newborn, 3-6 month, 6-12 month, 12-24 month.

Get your Copy of the Bunny in Britches Set Now

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See up close images of the set below

The bonnet is made to have floppy ears. You can use traditional/regular yarn for the inside of the ears (shown in photo above), or you can choose to use a more fuzzy yarn, like Bernat Happy, for the inside like the  photo below.

Bunny in Britches Bonnet

The Bow Tie is a cute addition and can be used with any outfit. The bow tie is made to button in the back of the neck. The button is adjustable so you can make it fit any child. It is very important to make the neck band extra long and not button on too tight.

Bunny in Britches Bow Tie

My favorite part of this set is the britches! There is just something classic about the longer shorts, designed to fit to the knees, with suspenders. I love the old fashion look. The britches are designed to wear over a diaper and can be tied in front to help them stay up. Simply add the pom for a tail and it is the perfect touch.

Bunny in Britches  Bunny in Britches

Now those pieces are all adorable, but I couldn’t stop there. Every bunny need a cute little carrot to nibble on. The carrot is about 8″ tall and works up really quick.

Bunny in Britches Carrot

Well, now, that is enough cuteness for one day. Grab this fun pattern and crochet it up for your little one. Share you photo on my facebook page so I can gush over the cuteness overload.

Bunny in Britches