Holiday Cheer Boot Cuffs

Looking to add a little something to your Holiday outfits? These Santa inspired Boot Cuffs are just the thing!

Review: The pattern is extremely user friendly!! I know it looking difficult but the instructions are written very well! The sizing chart is very precise and helps to pick the perfect sizw! And they are sure to be the hit of the party!

Time to Make: 1.5-2 hours per pair (changing colors and seeing in the ends slows down the process).

Level: Beginner

Link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/holiday-cheer-boot-cuffs

Materials Used: 5.00mm & 6.00mm hooks, Yarn Needle, Red, Gold, and White(I doubled it with my thin White fuzzy yarn) Size 4 Yarn, and a Fuzzy thin yarn for the top.

I enjoyed this pattern so much, I decided to make a set for myself,but in Solid colors. Cut the time to make down to an hour for the pair!!

I absolutely love mine!! This pattern also offers a Valentine’s Day option!

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Craft shows Pt.1 Where to Find Them

Hello Everyone,

I’ve decided to change up the usual post type and write an open letter about the ups and downs of participating in a craft show.

Ok, so enough people have complimented your crochet work that you’ve decided you’re going to try doing a craft show. Great! Now, what’s next???

When you have a specific show in Mind

You may be familiar with a few big shows in your area, but It can be tough to find contact information for those running it. You have a few options here, it just depends how quickly you want to start.

1.You can go to the event and ask vendors to direct you to the person who organized the event.

2. You can also research the venue’s website or Facebook page for information about the show. Either of these many also have a way to contact the venue to get more information about the event.

3. Facebook search the name of the event.

If you don’t have a show in mind

You can search terms like “local vendors and crafters” or “craft shows in (insert your location) in a Facebook Search Bar.

Another thing to follow are local yard sale pages.

There are some websites that gather craft show information in within miles of your location. Google is a good place to start.

I hope this was helpful! Please feel free to comqment or message me with your personal experiences finding shows or tips I can add to the list.

Stay tuned for my next post about completing the application and registration.

Super Chunky Fast Baby blanket

I found myself in a hurry to make some Baby Blankets for a donation to a local hospital’s nursery. So I decided to stick with the very common Granny Square pattern. Yet, I made some modifications. Instructions : Very Common and beginner friendly pattern. I added trim that was *Slip Stich to the ch 2 sp from previous round. 5DC in chain 2 space and repeat from *. Pictured Below

Time to Make: 1.5 Hours / Finished Size 35x35inches. *Time will vary by size* Level: Beginner Link(to Granny Square Video Tutorial): https://youtu.be/npIsh-o9AM0 Personal Materials Used : 3 Strands of Worsted Weight (Size 4) Yarn held together, Size 10.00mm Hook, yarn needle and scissors

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Witchy Cowl

This is a great, stylish and quick pattern by KatKnap Designs! This would be a great accessory for a Witch Costume

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Review : This pattern uses simple stitching but makes for a gorgeous design! ! Very easy to follow !

Time to Make: 1 hour

Link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/witchy-cowl

Level: Beginner

Personal Materials Used: White and Gold Red Heart Super Saver Yarn, Bright orange cotton yarn (size 4), 5.5mm Hook, yarn needle, scissors

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Rockskipper Cowl

I love how this Cowl is not only beautifully detailed, but also very quick!!! You need to follow Sweet Potato Crochet Creations asap! Her Desgins are amazing!! This Cowl is a part of the Rockskipper Collection! I’ve written reviews on the Rockskipper Ear Warmers and Wristers.

Review: Patter is very well written and easy to follow! Instructions are clear. Cowl will be a perfect last minute gift! 

Link: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rockskipper-cowl

Level: Beginner ( Chain, Double Crochet)

Time to Make: About an Hour

Personal Materials Used: Caron One Pounder – Deep Violet, 6.00mm Hook, Scissors and Yarn Needle 

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Rockskipper Earwarmer

Another amazing FREE Pattern by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations!! I personally LOVE Ear Warmers!! This Ear Warmer Pattern is a part of the Rockskipper Collection! I’ve written reviews on the Rockskipper Cowl and Wristers.

Review: Super quick to make! Very stylish! Pattern is well written and easy to follow! I highly recommend it as a last minute gift or accessory for a Fall/winter event! 

Linkhttps://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rockskipper-earwarmer

Level: Beginner ( Chain, Double Crochet)

Time to Make: 30 Minutes

Personal Materials Used: Caron One Pounder – Deep Violet, 6.00mm Hook, Scissors and Yarn Needle 

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Rockskipper Wristers

This FREE Fingerless Gloves Pattern by Sweet Potato Crochet Creations work up super quick! I’m love the style of these gloves! I made one Large and one Medium ( I wasn’t sure which size I would be). Both fit, I prefer the Large, it is a little more loose.  This Writers Pattern is a part of the Rockskipper Collection! I’ve written reviews on the Rockskipper Ear Warmers and Cowl.

Review: This Pattern is very detailed! It has 3 sizes (small/medium/large) and instructions for bot Left and Right hands in each! It also has links to a video tutorial for Foundation Single Crochet! 

Time to Make: Each Glove takes about 20 minutes to make.

Linkhttps://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/rockskipper-wristers

Level: Beginner (Chain and Double Crochet)

Personal Materials Used: Caron One Pounder – Deep Violet, Hook (Sizes Varied buy Size), Scissors and Yarn Needle 

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