If you are looking for crochet gift ideas, you are not alone. Summer is a perfect time to start on handmade gifts for friends and family. As holidays arrive, there is no time left to crochet Christmas gifts as bigger projects may take several days to finish. In order to help you make your choices, we have organized all yarn gifts into several categories.
Are you looking for easy fruit to grow in your backyard? In fact, even if you don’t have a farm, you can grow fruit for your family. Imagine going to your backyard in December or January and smelling the sweet honey aroma of blooming trees! Most importantly, in a couple of months, you’ll harvest tender juicy fruit. Moreover, you can grow fruit from your kitchen scraps. Almost all our loquat trees come from seeds that we planted a few years ago. Surprisingly, all these trees provide a good harvest of winter fruit.
You would love this Bernat Velvet Blanket Pattern while crocheting a modern color block blanket. While velvet yarn is not the easiest to work with, it is soft and luxurious. You will be repeating the same stitch and the same row until you use the whole skein of yarn. No complicated instructions, no counting stitches or rows. Easy crochet blanket to make!
This quick crochet blanket is created using a simple cluster stitch. Even a beginner would not have any trouble crocheting this crochet cluster. As a result, you’ll have a chunky handmade creation to warm you up during colder months. What yarn should you use for this quick blanket pattern? We recommend Red Heart Super Saver Yarn in Grey Heather in combination with Caron Latte Cake Yarn or any contrasting yarn (you can use a small ball of leftovers).
Looking for crochet beach cover-up patterns? Whether you are searching for a quick crochet project or want to learn something new, we have a collection of easy, breezy free patterns for your crochet library. This lovely round yoke sleeveless tunic is crocheted in the round from the top down. It comes with a full written pattern for sizes S – M – L – XL – XXL, a diagram, and video tutorials.
If you are looking for a fast crochet scarf, this infinity scarf crochet pattern is for you! Most importantly, you’ll learn how to make a warm scarf which is a basic life skill. How do you crochet an infinity scarf for beginners? After picking your yarn, crochet hook, and free pattern, practice the stitch for the scarf to see if you like the results. Infinity scarf is a quick one-skein project, so after all the prep work you can crochet it in 1-2 evenings.
Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of random and abstract lines. Looking for an easy tutorial on how to draw balloons? We have an easy 4-step tutorial to help you practice and learn. Suitable even for absolute beginners and small kids, this easy doodle can be drawn by anyone.
Looking for a new original easy crochet blanket stitch? We are sharing our original stitch and a free crochet baby blanket pattern with a FREE PDF printout! If you are familiar with a few basic crochet stitches (chain, single crochet, and double crochet), you can master this stitch and crochet a modern textured baby blanket.
The easiest vegetables to grow are the ones you can regrow from scraps. Yes, that’s right – you can regrow your kitchen waste. Thinking about composting your kitchen scraps? If you are into gardening, you can start an herb garden by regrowing cuttings and seeds. In general, vegetables and herbs that grow in water are the easiest to regrow. Some of the most common vegetables you can regrow from kitchen scraps are onions, celery, lettuce, basil, leeks, etc. These are also among common vegetables you can grow indoors in the winter in some cold climate areas. Furthermore, how fun it is to add colorful greens to your soups and salads when it is snowing outside!