Crochet Projects


Blue Heeler Pup


Crochet Nativity- The Holy Family


Nativity 2.0

Crochet Nativity- Shepherds

Crochet Nativity- Donkey & Sheep

Crochet Nativity- Wise Men



African Flower Granny Hex

Bolster Pillow


Candy Corn Baby Hat

Christmas Pudding Ornament

Crocheted Caddies

Dane Doll

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Everybody’s Slippers

Flapper Toddler Hat

Grammy Star

Granny Ripple- For Baby

002Granny Square Baby Cubes

Grocery Bag Yarn


Lacy Baby Shawl

Lacy Picot

Little Hunk Toddler Hat

Lucky the Leprechaun

March Sunflower Potholder

Mary Jane Skimmers

Mum Pincushion

Pokemon Crochet

Pokemon “Diglett”

Pokemon “Night Moon”

Pokemon “Pikachu”

Pokemon- Skitty

Pokemon “Snorlax”

Pokemon “Squirtle”

Pokemon- Vaporeon

A Viking 011

Pumpkin Pie Hot Pad

A cake pop 126

Pretty Perfect Headband

Rainbow Bag

Rainbow Chevron Bag

Rainbow Granny Bunting

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The Ripple Again

Shamrocks and Clover

Skinny Mini Headband

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Sleepy Baby Lamb

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Snowflake Hotpad

Soap Sacks

Sweet Little Easter Basket

T-Shirt Yarn Pumpkins

T-Shirt Yarn

Tarmac- January


Tarmac In February

Tarmac In March

Tarmac in May

Tarmac In June

Tarmac In July

Tarmac in September

Tarmac in October


Tarmac the House Squirrel-December

Tiny Snowmen

Turkey Nugget

Valentine Garland


8 Replies to “Crochet Projects”

  1. I so need a weekend without little little kids to do some of these projects, but I can’t see myself enjoying a weekend without them. I’ll have to piece some time together. This is a great list Launi.

  2. Hey, not sure if this is where I should post this question? Hope you can help! I am wanting to make T Shirt yarn out of a sheet. I did see in a former post abuot it, but no one said what type of sheets would be best?! 100% cotton? Or other? What do you think? Thanks so much .. love your site!

  3. Well, I suppose it depends on what you are making with it. Cotton is lovely light, flannel would be soft and warm and knit would be very much like the T-shirt yarn. They would all make nice big rugs–for instance, but they would each be a bit different–in weight. I’ve wanted to make a bathroom rug out of some flannel sheets that are getting a bit worn, and I have tons of pretty cotton sheets too. Actually, I don’t think you’ll go wrong with any of the choices. Please show me what you make. :} Thanks so much for your kind words…and your comments!

  4. I have and have made some of your snowflake hotpads. i love them. you mentioned that you make a different one for each month. could you possibly share them?

  5. Grea website! I was poking around looking for the potholder a month…Love the snowflake one! Am I over looking others?

  6. Hi there! Thank you so much for these wonderful crochet patterns! I just finished making one side of the snowflake hot pad to use as a dishcloth! I was actually wondering if you minded if items using your pattern are sold. I would definitely include a link back to your pattern. Please let me know.


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