Are you looking for some beginner friendly projects that aren’t just baby blankets and scarves? You can do these projects! They are great for any level of crocheter, and the best part is, most of these projects can easily be completed in an afternoon. Go ahead and find your next crochet project here!
Doesn’t this shrug look so comfy and cozy? I just love how it looks, and I really love how easy this pattern is! You only need to know 2 stitches – the slip stitch and the double crochet. That’s it! This pattern is seriously so easy, and the end result is amazing. Get the tutorial here!
Crochet along with Jayda as she shows us a super simple and gorgeous pattern! This dishcloth uses the easy scallop stitch – which is comprised of a cluster of 5 double crochets, skipping 2 stitches, and a single crochet. By switching colors every row you get a really neat “fall leaf” pattern! Get the full pattern here!
Our friends at The Crochet Crowd have another great tutorial, this time it’s all about the Simple Crochet Shawl. This project really lives up to its name! I just love these kinds of projects with repeating patterns. It’s enough contrast to make the end product interesting and textured, but it’s not so complicated that I can’t watch my favorite show or chat with a friend while working. Really, isn’t that the ultimate goal? Get the full tutorial here!
Not only are these pumpkin crochet coasters super cute, but they are really simple, and come together quite quickly. Check out this video below for some super fast crochet skills, and then see the full pattern right here! Happy crocheting, friends!
Do you have some leftover yarn and 15 minutes to spare? Crochet this simple and stunning headband! Done in just two chains of half double crochet stitches, this headband comes together in a breeze. Plus, it doesn’t use much yarn, so it’d be perfect for finishing off a skein of yarn leftover from another project. Get the full tutorial here!
If you have never tried to crochet jewelry before, what are you waiting for? This crochet shell bracelet is an absolutely perfect place to start. One thing that makes this tutorial so great, is just how easily you can adjust this pattern to fit any size wrist, so not only will it be great for you to wear, but they also make the perfect gift! Check out this tutorial from Crochet Jewel and see for yourself why we are loving making our own jewelry!