Introducing the Evergreen Quilt-Inspired Crochet Table Runner pattern, a versatile and timeless piece that adds a touch of elegance to any space, year round. Drawing inspiration from the art of quilting, this pattern brings a unique and handmade touch to your table setting. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply elevating your everyday dining experience, this table runner is sure to be a cherished addition to your home.View Project
Amp up your home decor style with these crochet decor patterns and see how easy it is to give your home an instant style refresh!
Find crochet pillows and floor poofs here as well as all types of crochet basket patterns big and small. Relax on your couch with ease and keep all of your odds and ends meticulously organized and away with these easy-to-make crochet patterns.
You’ll also love our crochet placemats and bunting patterns, perfect for when you’re planning a party or are entertaining a special guest or two.
Did you know that you can find rugs and even wreaths in this section? How about doilies and coasters? Find all that and even more in this great collection.
Add a southwestern inspired style for your home. One cake of self-striping yarn creates impressive colorwork that’s much easier than it looks!View Project
A repeating pattern of double crochet post stitches creates this pillow’s distinctive diamond design. Bulky weight chenille yarn provides strong stitch definition and plush texture, while large pom poms in a complementary worsted-weight yarn add a textural contrast.View Project
This bed pocket is just right for all those bedside essentials. The simple textured stitch and fun star and heart appliques make it cute and practical for your kids (or yourself) to store things they/you might need in the middle of the night.View Project
This rug will add bohemian southwestern style for your living room or bedroom in five earthy colors. This unique, reversible rug is made from eco-friendly 100% recycled fiber yarn, which is created from leftovers of the fashion industry. Worked in tapestry crochet or graphghan style, each section of color is worked from a small ball or bobbin of yarn. This is just what your home has been asking for this season!View Project
This throw pillow combines colorwork and textured stitches for a captivating result. With a whimsical polka dot pattern created through tapestry colorwork, it adds a pop of color and playful charm. The polka dot squares are joined with plain squares to form a checkered pattern, making it fun and vibrant.
The front side of the pillowcase consists of 16 squares joined with a simple single crochet stitch, creating a cohesive panel. The back is made of two panels using the linen/moss stitch, with an opening to insert the pillow. This pillow is the perfect addition to your chair, sofa, or bed, adding both color and intriguing texture to your space.View Project
Bunting is a great way to decorate any space, and this Peppy Blossom Bunting is the easiest way to add a vivid pop of color to your décor. Perfect for any summer party or gathering, you can easily add more or less flags to create just the size you’re after. Need some help figuring out the Magic Loop? Check out our video below for a brief tutorial!View Project
Simple single crochet stitches make this an attainable pillow pattern for any crocheter. An envelope-style flap is adorned with a layer of tassels with a surprise layer of fringe underneath for a textured and boho pillow that’s perfect for summer.View Project
Refresh your spring tablescape with your very own crocheted raffia napkin rings in the vibrant colors of spring. Crocheted in just two hours, the center of these flowers are little tassels for extra flair.View Project
The layered landscape of the countryside on a bright day inspired this pillow. Crocheted using the altered berry stitch and a smattering of different yarns and colors, this pattern can be a great stash buster to create a landscape at sunrise or sunset, fields of green or fields of wheat. Let yourself explore all the possibilities of nature with this pattern.View Project