This beautiful crochet ring comes from I’mTopsyTurvy. She has kindly posted a pattern on this page but also links to others she found on Pinterest. These are gorgeous and quick to whip up, especially during summer in the northern hemisphere when it’s too hot for hats and blankets!
When the pattern asks for a dc, crochet a UK TR.
When it asks for an sc, crochet a UK DC.
She sticks her flowers to a metal ring base, but I don’t have any so I’ll be crocheting a little ring of a row or 2 of dc to attach mine to.
Visit her blog here!
Jessie at Home uses ruffle yarn for this so there’s no actual crocheting involved (but you will need a hook). Dead easy and a useful way of using up scraps!
Click here for the photo AND video tutorials!
I’m so happy that I can keep typing 2014 up there ^^. Odd numbers vex me.
Anyway, here’s a cute pattern from MollieMakes magazine (sister mag to our beloved SimplyCrochet, but why have they used US crochet terms?!).
Crochet envelopes! You could store keepsakes in them – as well as use the pattern as a learning tool for triangles!
It’s all in UK TR.
Click here for the pattern.
This beautiful sun shape is quick and easy, and fits perfectly with Rapunzel-related crochet!
It’s from DebsCrochet, who we featured the other day.
When the pattern asks for an sc, crochet a UK DC. When it asks for a dc, crochet a UK TR.
Click here for the pattern!
Here’s something nice and easy to start the year off: a crochet tie all in UK double crochet. Easy!
Get the pattern here, from Apple Blossom Dreams!