Posts Tagged ‘free pattern’

Free to Be Crafty: Free Pattern to Make a Sweet Weiner Dog Scarf

How adorable is this scarf? I am in love! Don’t you want one? Lucky you, randomheartsx provided the free pattern, so you can crochet one for yourself (and one for me – pretty please?). Click here for the pattern. This adorable weiner puppy will keep your neck warm and give you (and everyone who sees […]

Free to Be Crafty: Sasquatch! Agh!

Who wouldn’t love this sasquatch? From his face to his cute little bellybutton, he is a sasquatch to be hugged. Averyg created this beauty, inspired by her love of cryptozoology, and the cryptozoology swap. She was very generous in sharing her pattern on Craftster, and now you can make one, too! It would be a […]

Free to Be Crafty: How to Knit a Sweater with Cabled Wings

This beautiful sweater with wings is perfect for the holiday season. With its deep, elegant neckline it could be worn alone or layered, and the cabled wings add a very special touch that really make it unique. Our talented member,Canarysanctuary, designed this sweater as a way to learn to chart cables, and she very generously […]

Free to be Crafty: How to knit a Mario scarf!

If you love Mario and you want the world to know, is there any more awesome way than with this adorable Mario scarf? It would also make a great gift for the retro gamer in your life! Peeloutyourface designed this amazing scarf, and was kind enough to share her charts with us so you can […]

Free to Be Crafty: How to Make a Knit Lobster Bib

Are you dying to break out your knitting needles, but can’t think of a good summer project? This adorable lobster bib by chris_wass may be just the project for you! It’s an adorable bib with an image of a lobster and would look adorable at a picnic or summer get-together with your little one. It’s […]

Free to Be Crafty: How to Make a Daisy Afghan

Welcome to our first Free to Be Crafty, in which we share free patterns we love. This edition features an awesome Daisy Afghan, made by Sonnetbird! It’s a great use for scrap yarns, or you could make it in an unlimited number of color combinations, so it would look completely different each time! I think […]