Crochet flower headbands are so quick and easy to make. I’m aways looking for ways to use up my many partial skeins of yarn. It seems those partially used skeins keep multiplying. I hate to throw them away and sometimes there isn’t enough yarn to make a big or medium sized project. I saw these little stretchy headbands at my local Dollar Tree store. I liked them but they were just too plain. I decided to add some crochet flowers to the headbands to make them a little fancier. Here is what I came up with: Crochet Flower Headbands : )
Crochet Cactus as home decor are such a fun project. These little crochet cactus are a great way to use up your yarn scraps. Using different shades of green also helps to make them more interesting and realistic. I love the fact that the supplies needed for this project are inexpensive and easy to find. You can make several of them and place them on a window sill or on a mantle. Mix them in with “real” plants for fun.
These little Crochet Cactus don’t require watering, any maintenance and best of all they are Ouchie Free. If Ouchie a word? Well it was around my house when my kids were growing up. I hope you enjoy this project. Be sure to share this post with your friends and family. Keep reading to get more info and the free written pattern. (I have uploaded a video tutorial if you prefer to watch the video on the last page of this post ).
List of Crochet and Knitting Resources
Finding crochet and knitting resources doesn’t have to be difficult. There are many great places you can turn to for help. When you have a question or are in doubt about a stitch, technique or other tips help can be as easy as a mouse click away. There are of course many paid resources and free resources. Which you choose will depend on the scope of help you need and of course your budget.
Here is a list of some Crochet and Knitting Resources:
Craft Yarn Council – This is one of my go to sites when I am searching for information. They are a great resources for information on anything to do with yarn. Weights, standards, stitch abbreviations. Their site is well laid out and easy to navigate.
Crochet Guild of America – The Crochet Guild of America. This Guild was established in 1974. This guild charges a low yearly membership and the membership also includes a subscriber to Crochet Magazine. The Guild has 2 major conferences each year. This is a great place to take some in-person classes from qualified instructors. They also sponsor a yearly design competition. If there isn’t a local chapter near you that would be a great opportunity for you to start your own local chapter.
The Knitting Guild Association – Just like the Guild for Crocheters there is a Guild for Knitters. The membership to this Guild also includes a membership for their Cast On magazine. Belonging to a Guild is a great way to build friendships and grow your skills.
A robot crochet hat showed up this week. (Insert Star Wars music here). It’s a BB-8 Inspired hat. A Robot Crochet Hat!
I have been a Star Wars fan since the beginning saga in the 70’s. The whole idea of a fantasy world is always fun. This past year Star Wars released their latest film “The Force Awakens.” I have to admit that the last few Star Wars movies (Not the original series) was not really my favorites. However, this last film “The Force Awakens” I really liked.
I found it refreshening and fun. I really enjoyed the introduction of the new droid BB-8. I have been wanting to make a hat inspired by his fun personality but with so many other things going around that it has taken me this long to get around to finally crocheting one. I hope you enjoy this Robot crochet hat.
Easy Crochet Baskets
These crochet baskets are so fun and easy to make. The best part is that you can adjust the size according to your needs. You can even make several to rest inside of each other. The crochet baskets I made measured about 12 1/2 inches in circumference and about 8 inches tall. It is surprising how much fits inside of it. What is also nice is that when not in use you can just fold it flat and out of the way. I think crocheting your own baskets is a great way to eliminate landfill waste. How many times have we seen throw away containers which end up in the landfill since they tear or break so easily. These Easy to Crochet Baskets are so pretty and you can use them for all types of things. I filled mine with yarn. You can use your in kids room to store toys, shoes, etc. They work great in a baby nursery.