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Looking for some Headband Crochet Patterns? There are patterns for beginners to advanced. They would make a great cozy gift.
The Bauble Bandana Cowl free crochet pattern is very easy and will help you create this gorgeous cowl. Perfect to make for yourself or as a gift.
Claire's Outlander Cowl - Free Crochet Pattern. Inspired by the knitwear on the Outlander TV series, this Sassenach Cowl is quick and easy to make.
Learn a very beautiful crochet technique tutorials in three different languages, that will guarantee your success in making these lovely keychain mini backpack purse.
Do you know a little lady that would love a scarf with sleeves? This child size Give Me a Hygge sleeved scarf pattern works up SUPER quickly!
Crochet scrunchie can be an easy way to add to a simple outfit and make it more fun. These hair accessories are very trendy and easy to make.
The Merry Making Button Cowl is a wrap style cowl in a chunky lace pattern. One large button secures the cowl, making it fully ad...
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The Abella Triangular Scarf is the newest free crochet pattern available on the A Crocheted Simplicity blog. Great for warmth, style and comfort!
FREE PATTERN: Reindeer got run over by a granny square! I thought a reindeer would be cute and instead of making the main body shape a circle, I thought a granny square would be the perfect twist, bringing to mind that silly Christmas song
The TC twist crochet headband features great texture and gorgeous knotted front. The TC twist crochet headband is a free pattern plus video tutorial!
These might be the easiest socks you’ll ever crochet! Worked sideways in rows for extra stretch & comfort, these simple crochet socks will keep your toes toasty warm.
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This scarf is long. It is wide. It is plush, cozy, and warm. IT HAS SLEEVES!! I named it "Give me a Hygge" because of the way you pronounce the yarn.