Patterns available as Ravelry Downloads

Crochet: Table Setting - Other
This three-piece baby set includes a juice bottle stuffy that rattles, a sandwich stuffy that crinkles and a cozy playmat that’s perfect for playing on. Plus, it doubles as a blanket to cuddle under for a nap when playtime is done! Best of all, you only need one skein of each color to make all three items.
Crochet: Baby Blanket
This vibrant blanket is the perfect breath of fresh summer air. It’s worked in quick motifs – make it a baby blanket, as shown, or go as big as you like and add more squares with the easy join-as-you-go rounds! A simple textured border adds the perfect finishing touch.
Crochet: Tote
This V-stitch bag in vintage-inspired patriotic colors is perfect for toting anywhere you go: the beach, the park, the carnival, the store and even your favorite fireworks display. The V-stitch pattern makes it expandable and breathable, so you can take everything you need in style.
Crochet: Shawl / Wrap
A fun repeating V-stitch pattern keeps this shawl interesting, and the long vertical lines make it flattering to wear!
Crochet: Washcloth / Dishcloth
This kitchen set features a floral stripe detail reminiscent of a pot of fall chrysanthemums. Both the dishcloth and towel are quick to crochet and together they make a great gift set.
Crochet: Tote
This wine cozy features a unique stitch pattern reminiscent of a bunch of harvest grapes. And with easy-to-crochet handles and a pretty drawstring, it’s ready to delight any host or hostess. All you need is half a skein of Red Heart Boutique yarn to make this gorgeous wine cozy.
Crochet: Scarf
Brave the morning chill in style with this one-skein infinity scarf. Just keep crocheting until you’re nearly out of yarn, sew the ends together and you’re done!
Crochet: Sachet
Microwavable rice bags are a great way to soothe sore muscles. Crochet your own in bright colors to boost your spirits today.
Crochet: Cardigan
This sweater is definitely for boys. And for girls! It’s all in the colors. The pattern was inspired by a blanket I saw at a Swedish furnishings store over the summer – it was bold and graphic and had a great look. One that begged to be translated to crochet!