• Mini Eyeball Crochet Pattern

    This mini eyeball crochet pattern works up super fast and would make a fun addition to the candy bowl this Halloween (might be a fun trick to play? Just saying…) While the eyes themselves aren’t overly complex, I’ve chosen to fasten off after the first two colours to minimise any jumps in colour before switching to working in spiral rounds with white. This gives the center of the eye a nice clean finish. And if you’re wondering how to use some of these mini creations other than making keychains, I’ve included a suggestion further down this post. MATERIALS (Contains Affiliate Links) DK weight yarn in black, white and your choice…

  • Mini Potion Bottle Crochet Pattern

    Happy October! I’ve been having way too much fun making a bunch of these potion bottles. This mini potion bottle crochet pattern is so quick to make and they’re no-sew (bar a few ends to weave in) which you know I love. They’re the perfect keychain size and would look super cute as part of a centerpiece or displayed in a bowl. The bottle is worked from the bottom up with some slip stitches added at the end to give some definition between the bottle neck and the cork. I finished mine by tying some brown yarn around the neck but you could also use twine or thin ribbon. I…

  • Pea Pod Crochet Pattern

    Crochet food is so fun. This pea pod crochet pattern came about because of a sound that I wanted to use for a reel on Instagram. I already had my jumbo pea pod but I needed something a lot smaller to go with it. I know I could have gone with an existing pea pattern but where’s the fun in that? This is a really quick and easy pattern with minimal sewing (just a little bit to get the shaping of the pod). The pod is worked in an oval shape so you should be familiar with working around both sides of a chain but other than that it’s pretty…

  • Toadstool Sweater Keychain Crochet Pattern

    I’m feeling all the Fall vibes with this cosy sweater keychain. We’ll actually be heading into Spring here soon but I know many of you are excited to start some Fall projects and this toadstool sweater keychain crochet pattern is the perfect quick and easy make. If you’re anything like me and struggle with gauge and attention span when it comes to making clothing then this pattern is for you. It can be whipped up in a jiffy and gauge isn’t important (bearing in mind that it will affect the size of your finished project) plus everything is better in miniature right? The only slightly tricky part of this project…

  • Frog Coaster Crochet Pattern

    Add some colour to your home with this frog coaster crochet pattern. I’m still on a bit of a froggy kick after making my frog wall hanging pattern and thought it would be fun to make something similar but on a smaller scale. Where the colours I used for my frog wall hanging were more muted, I chose to use bright colours for my coaster for more of a pop art vibe and the addition of the contrasting border frames that little froggy face nicely. The coaster is double sided for extra durability and absorbancy and the extra thickness helps the coaster to lie flat without the need for blocking.…