24 Carrot Baby Blanket

A fun combination of vintage and modern, this pattern is a great choice for a baby shower or baby’s first Easter.

This blanket design is loosely modeled after the Mile a Minute stitch work. My pattern works up fast in strips and features a picot border for a nice finishing touch.

Star Bright Purse

This fun purse is a perfect place for your little one to store all their treasures and wishes. It was inspired by the purse that Star Butterfly carries in Star vs the Forces of Evil, which is a fun cartoon about a wayward princess that fights monsters in her spare time.

It is constructed in joined rounds, similar to a granny square.

The pattern could easily be continued for a larger size star, if desired.

Instructions are also given for the eyes and the mouth is simply stitched on. Alternately, you can skip the face and adorn the purse with tassels or fringe or whatever you fancy.

Bubbles the Octopus Applique

This cute embellishment for a blanket or garment is a great use for scrap yarn and works up quick! The octopus is worked all in one piece so there is no seaming. Less work for you!

If this octopus looks familiar to you then you must have great taste in kid’s shows. 😉 I like to watch the cartoon Star vs. the Forces of Evil with my 7 year old daughter. It’s one of those rare shows that is entertaining for both kids and adults.

This super cute octopus applique is a bit of teaser because I am currently in the process of designing a replica of the main character’s dress. I still have a ways to go to get all the sizes written out and to get the pattern tested so keep an eye out!

Click the number 2 below to go to the second page of this post and view the free pattern!

Trainer Tam

Gotta catch all them admiring looks at the next gamer convention. Wow your child with their very own Trainer Tam inspired by the starter hats on the Pokemon Shield and Pokemon Sword games. This hat would make an excellent addition to a cosplay, don’t you think? I recommend wearing it pinned to the hair to keep it in place.


This fun project is made primarily with two panels of mini C2C crochet. A box is used as an insert to give your bee structure and form.

You could drill holes in the box and insert an LED light to use as a nightlight…

…or put some weight in the box and use it as a bookend!

You could also choose to stuff the bee with polyfill instead of using a box to make it extra snuggly. This design is very versatile! I can’t wait to see what you all choose to do with your adorable new little friends.

Mountain Reflection Fingerless Gloves

These unisex fingerless gloves are perfect for driving and texting (just not at the same time!). The pattern is made using the tapestry crochet technique. If you’ve never done this technique before, this is a great little pattern to learn from. Make a pair for yourself and a few extras for quick Christmas gifts!

Highlander Table Runner

Fall has got me feeling some type of way and I just can’t get enough plaid in my life! Add a touch of seasonal spirit to your table this season with my Highlander Table Runner.

I love the orange and white combination for Fall. It makes me think of pumpkin spice, Halloween, crunchy leaves and Thanksgiving dinner. Fall is by far my favorite season! Can you tell?