• Flying Bat Button-On Appliqué

    Introducing my Flying Bat Button-On Appliqué! Attach this cute bat to a ½-inch black, grey, or pink button to give it a cute little nose and use it to enhance one of your Halloween crochet projects! See below for the…

  • Pumpkin Button-On Appliqué

    Rolling next out of the patch is my Pumpkin Button-On Appliqué! With a vine as an added touch, this pumpkin is sure to add some spice to your next Halloween or fall crochet project. Simply add a ½-inch orange button…

  • Cute As A Button Baby Headband and Hat

    My brother and sister-in-law are expecting their first baby this October. My sister-in-law had her baby shower last month and I wanted to crochet something for the baby. Since it is a baby girl, I thought a headband would be…

  • Monster Head Button-On Appliqué

    This monster head button-on appliqué pattern is written to fit a standard ½-inch black button. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The monster head button-on appliqué is about 2½ inches tall and 2¼ inches wide. MATERIALS – Size 3.00 mm crochet hook or size…

  • Jack-O’-Lantern Button-On Appliqué

    This jack-o’-lantern button-on appliqué pattern is written to fit a standard ½-inch black button. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The jack-o’-lantern button-on appliqué is about 2¾ inches tall and 2¼ inches wide (diameter). MATERIALS – Size 3.00 mm crochet hook or size needed…

  • Candy Corn Button-On Appliqué

    This candy corn button-on appliqué pattern is written to fit a standard ½-inch orange button. FINISHED MEASUREMENTS The candy corn button-on appliqué is about 2½ inches tall, 2¼ inches wide across the bottom (widest section), and about ¼ inch wide…

  • “Mummy needs Coffee” Cup Sleeve

    Dress up your cup and protect your hands this Halloween season with my festive “Mummy Needs Coffee” cup sleeve! Functional and cute, this sleeve would look great “wrapped” around the travel mug that contains your favorite hot fall beverage. Easily…

  • Halloween Sucker Saver

    My kids never seem to be able to finish lollipops and like to save them for later. I made these cute Halloween “sucker savers” to cover their lollipops so they will be able to identify which lollipop is their own…

  • Pineapple Pencil Holder

    Add “sweet” decorative flair to any work space with my pineapple pencil holder! I made a fun pineapple pencil holder with leaf pencil toppers as a cute way to store pencils. This will make school work a little more fun…

  • Newborn Mermaid Tail Sneakers

    I decided to add a “splash” of something new to my Baby Sneaker pattern for my baby girl – a mermaid tail! She has a few mermaid-themed outfits so I thought they would be super cute. If you are interested…

  • Vibrant Newborn Hospital Hat

    I’m trying to get back into the swing of things since having a baby girl last month. I finally finished a hat I made for her and wanted to share the pattern. I love the newborn hospital hats with bows…

  • Missing My Peeps

    I realized that I wouldn’t make it out to the store this year to buy any Easter cards, so I decided I would make my own. I thought placing a crocheted magnet on the front would be cute so the…

  • Peeking Bear Ear Warmer

    I hope this post finds everyone well. I wanted to share my Peeking Bear Ear Warmer pattern before the weather officially warms up. I apologize for posting it so late. I have been meaning to share this project for a…

  • Granny’s Revenge Reindeer Coaster

    What a “deer” little coaster! 😉 As promised, here is the matching coaster to my “Granny’s Revenge” hot pad! This cute coaster works up pretty quickly. So, if you like the hot pad but don’t need such a large piece,…

  • Granny’s Revenge Reindeer Hot Pad

    Reindeer got run over by a granny square! After doing my flattened witch hot pad, I wanted to do a similar Christmas hot pad. I thought a reindeer would be cute and instead of making the main body shape a…

  • Crochet Snowflakes

    We just had our first few snow flurries this past week and with the release of the movie Frozen II on Friday, I think it is the perfect time to introduce my snowflake patterns! I actually made these last spring…