Campfire Coffee Wrap – Free Crochet Pattern

‘Tis the season for all the warm, cozy, snuggly things made with the prettiest of yarns. I chose a delectable teal yarn for this crochet wrap pattern. The color gives so much richness and depth, and the size makes it deliciously warm and versatile! I didn’t want a dinky little scarf, here; I was after something with more coverage that you can really snuggle into. This can be worn in a variety of ways: as a shawl, a scarf (if you fold it), or a wrap. I’ve even used it to wrap around my dainty 5-year-old in the middle of the night when she stumbles up the stairs, still asleep.

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Frozen Morning Bulky Slouchy Hat – Free Crochet Pattern

This past Saturday, I went out bird watching alone in the morning. I knew ahead of time that it was going to be in the high 20s/low 30s when I left at 6:30 a.m., so Friday night I whipped up a nice, warm hat. I would love to share what I did in an easy, free crochet pattern.

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Eeyore Stuffed Animal Big Sad Eyes – Free Crochet Pattern

A dear friend and sister in Christ asked me if I would make a crocheted Eeyore stuffed animal for her daughter’s 18th birthday, and though this isn’t the type of project to which I’m normally drawn, I said yes. I purchased a set of 4 vintage Winnie the Pooh & Friends patterns on Etsy, picked more true-to-character Eeyore colors than those used in the pattern, and got started. It was a fairly big project – the finished product was around 18″ tall and it was probably the most involved pattern I’ve ever worked from – but it was so rewarding to see the video of my friend’s daughter opening her gift and absolutely loving it!

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