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Happy Crochet - Ten quick & easy projects to make while you are stuck indoors..

Hi everyone, we all need a little crochet to stop us from going stir crazy during this time.  So I have conjured up ten quick and easy projects that will put a smile on your face.

The instant gratification of small projects always cheers me up no matter how I am feeling and I am sure we can all do with some colourful, crochet cheeriness right now.  The patterns are all free and have been selected by my favourite designers, I hope you find something you like.






Happy Crochet 10 Quick & Easy Projects



This first project is by my good friend Marjan of Atelier Marie-Lucienne and aren't these guys just adorable.  There is no way you could not have a smile on your face while crocheting up these cute little critters.

Crochet Ladybirds






If you are feeling a little glum, then this gorgeously, colourful, daisy, bunting will certainly cheer you up.  Crochet up a rainbow and hang it in your window and spread the cheeriness.  The pattern is by Crochet Cloudberry.

Rainbow Bunting






Appliques make a great addition to many crochet items.  Add them to hats, cushions, anything you can think of.  These cute little pears are just adorable.  Pattern by Raffamusa Designs.

Little Pear Crochet Applique






Another thing that always make me feel cheery, are handmade wash or dishcloths.  So use up your cotton stash and crochet up these pretty pastel cloths.  Pattern by Crafting Each Day.

Stashbusting Washcloths






I just love this drawstring bag and wouldn't it make a lovely gift.  The pattern is by Sincerely Pam.

Drawstring Basket






I don't know if you remember but I recently featured a pretty Spring Blossom scarf in a recent roundup by Golden Lucy Crafts.  Here we have the matching headband, a great quick and simple project to make and any little girl would love to wear this pretty floral headband.

Spring Blossom Crochet Headband






Another adorable make from Thoresby Cottage.  How cute is this little guy?  Give your plants some personality with this crochet teddy bear planter.

Crochet Teddy Bear Planter





The weather is starting to warm and these crochet mitts are a great in between seasons item and look so pretty crocheted in variegated yarn.  The pattern is by Stitches 'n' Scraps.


Mesh Mitts





Hair scrunchies are always a great instant gratification project and this pattern by Knitting With Chopsticks includes the design with three different yarn weights, making this great for stash busting.


Summer Berries Scrunchies






And finally we have these oh so pretty flowers by Annie Design Crochet.  Colourful, crochet, flowers never fail to bring a smile to my face.  I love the colours she has chosen for these beautiful blooms.

Easy Crochet Flowers









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Well that's it for today's roundup and I will be back soon with more patterns and crochet related loveliness.

Take care

Catherine
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Comments

  1. I like the rainbow bunting very much. So cheerful! Glad your blog is working again. I hope you were able to recuperate the lost photos.

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    1. Yes it certainly is cheerie. I had to spend this morning re-uploading my photos, hopefully it is all ok now...

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  2. Thank you for sharing my flowers!

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    1. Thanks for the pattern, your designs are always so beautiful and colourful...

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  3. I love the teddy bear planter!

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