Free Pattern – Daydreamer Cardigan

Daydreamer cardi - a free crochet pattern on StitchesNScraps.com

This is the final piece of a 4 piece set, designed to match my Puffy Pinwheel Hat, Striped Booties and  Dreaming of Pinwheels blanket. The Anne Geddes Baby yarn by Red Heart quickly became a favorite of mine through these projects, and I hope I have a chance to work with it again soon. It’s soft and squishy, but strong too, and comes … Continue reading →

Free Pattern – Puffy Pinwheel Hat

Puffy Pinwheel Hat image collage

This puffy, slouchy hat matches my Striped Booties and  Dreaming of Pinwheels blanket. It’s made with the same Anne Geddes Baby yarn by Red Heart, which is machine washable and soft, with just enough stretchiness. This pattern has instructions for sizes 0-6 months, 6-12 months, and toddler (1-3 years).   This pattern is protected by copyright. Please do not distribute or share this pattern in any way other … Continue reading →

Free Pattern – Dreaming of Pinwheels

Dreaming of Pinwheels

This whimsical blanket combines my Windy Square and Pinwheel Square patterns. It uses a couple of different joining techniques and a simple striped border. It is made with Anne Geddes Baby yarn by Red Heart, and it has come out really soft and squishy. I had to resist the urge to cuddle up in it myself! At the end of the … Continue reading →

Free Pattern – Pinwheel square

Pinwheel square

I love to watch pinwheels spinning in a warm summer breeze. Because of the color selection, Anne Geddes Baby yarn by Red Heart was an obvious choice for this project. It comes in a wide array of colors, including those vibrant, bright shades that can be so hard to find in a baby yarn. It’s also a great weight for … Continue reading →

Crocheting along – Moogly Afghan CAL – Block 7

Square 7 - Moogly's Afghan CAL

Here is my square 7 for the Moogly Afghan CAL. It still needs to be blocked, so please forgive the wavy edges: This Pinwheel Square by One Dog Woof was fun to make. I love when a simple technique can be used in a creative way to make something entirely new! This is basically 4 granny squares with color changes. The original … Continue reading →