I woke up to a snow-covered mountain view this morning and it finally feels like winter is here, for real. I’m going to be staying inside, wrapping presents, and working on some cold weather crochet projects.
My craft fair season is finally over, I’ve turned off made-to-order products in my Etsy shop, and I’m ready to spend the next two weeks hanging out with my mom, making treats for the family, and snuggling with the grandbaby.
I hope this season finds you winding down a little bit, too, as we all enjoy some precious time with the ones we love. Here are some projects from a few Crochetpreneur Business Academy designers to keep your fingers busy and your heart quiet for the next few weeks.
Cold Weather Crochet Projects
When the skies turn grey and snow starts falling, there's nothing more fun than picking up yarn and hook and making something cozy.
I love to create little gifts to surprise people I care about, people serving at the church who might, otherwise, feel unseen, and random people in the community (I love tipping my Barista with both $ and a hat!)
Each of these projects would be great quick make (well, aside from the sweater) for gifting, selling, or donating and they're all from the designers over at my exclusive community of Crochetpreneur Business Academy designers.
I hope you'll check them out, pin, share, and like their designs, and be sure to sign up for their newsletters to keep up the designers whose work you feel drawn to.
OK, without further ado, here are this weeks CBA designers new pattern releases!
So cozy and customizable! This Double Knot Scarf from Crochet with Mary Beth can be made in your favorite team or school colors or any combination of colors to match your winter coat and hat. Super scarves are all the rage right now and this one is just gorgeous.
There's still time to celebrate our almost-national-bird with this terrific turkey hat from Lakeview Cottage Kids. This gobbler is simply adorable and will keep the kiddos warm and whimsical all season long.
There is no shortage of texture in this beautifully color-striped cowl from Sweet Potato 3. It's extra wide and drapey and made from self-striping yarn. So, simply turn on the Netflix and make this beautiful cowl in just one sitting!
Turn bath time into fun time with this whimsical jellyfish scrubbie from Stitch in Progress. This shower srubbie is all textured tentacles and jiggly fun for kids and adults alike and it's so easy to make! It's a great teacher's gift or quick stocking stuffer - make one for the whole family!
This simply cowl-necked sweater is just fabulous! The Camelia Sweater from Two Brothers Blankets was designed using hand-dyed, DK yarn from KT and the Squid and would be a great just-for-me project to start the new year.
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