Three Crochet Patterns Bundle Now Available at Too Cute Crochet

I sell many crochet patterns for babies and photography props at various Etsy shops, Ravelry and on Craftsy.

Some of my most popular patterns are my Build A Blanket Series that are specifically designed for the Beginner crocheter in mind and for those who are looking for a fun and really quick baby gift or photo prop.
Beginners love the fact that my patterns are professionally formatted and that they are REALLY EASY to follow!

Starting today, I am offering a BUNDLE of 3 of my most popular baby blanket patterns for one low price!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/195351201/crochet-patterns-baby-blanket-trio-3-in

The BUNDLE at THIS price will only be available for a limited time!

This blog contains affiliate links.

What a Difference a Year Makes!

Many of you know that my daughter, Gina, is a family photographer. She is the one who photographs all the crochet designs for my online shops. Recently, she was able to do an updated photograph of the SAME child in my Apple Hat, one year later at her First Birthday session! How cute is she?

The Apple Hat comes in five sizes, Newborn to 10+ years.The apple hat on the left is newborn size and the hat on the right is size 6-12 months.

BRAND NEW LOOK!

Cute Crochet Chat has a new look!

Whew! It has been quite a whirlwind this past week deciding just how to change my blog look! For anyone that has visited lately, you might have seen some turmoil and some ‘dust’ here. But it is all fixed now! I wanted a new look for Spring and a more modern and streamlined look. I love it!
We will be offering a lot more content starting in May, but I have a couple of GREAT book and product reviews coming up in April. And YES, there will be GIVEAWAYS in April as well.
So stay tuned!
I would love to know if you like our new look! Please let me know what you think in the comments below. Thank you!

Annual Crochetville Designer Blog Tour 2014 Is Here!

Crochetville is kicking off National Crochet Month with its annual Designer Blog Tour.

http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-designer-blog-tour/

You won’t want to miss all the great designer posts on the tour which will include free patterns, great crochet pattern deals, and charity opportunities. You can see all the blogs post written so far at:
http://crochetville.com/blog/

**Make sure you read through this whole post see the special we are offering on CROCHET PATTERNS for the remainder of NatCroMo 2014!**

My post today, in honor of National Crochet Month showcases two new designs that I just completed.

The first is the Houndstooth Cowl from Jocelyn Designs

This trendy Houndstooth Cowl is a must accessory for Winter and fashion.
Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl will keep you warm, yet stylish on a cold day!
This cowl is smaller than our other cowls and does not need to be wrapped. Just slip it over your head!
Wear it with a coat outdoors or indoors over a sweater.
It can be dressed up or paired with your favorite jeans for a relaxed look.
A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project.
Beautiful Winter and early Spring accessory!

 

                                                                                                        
and my Flower Pot Bonnet from Too Cute Crochet 

 How sweet is this precious little Blossom in the flower pot?
Quick and easy crochet pattern written in four sizes from Newborn to 12 months.
It is made all in one piece so you don’t have any petals to sew on afterward! Much easier than some Flower Bonnet patterns!
This adorable flower bonnet is not only trendy for today’s photography, but also a fun & easy project!
#5 Bulky yarn & a large hook make this a quick pattern to crochet.

You may send your hats to:
Crochetville LLC
ATTN: Amy Shelton
103 Scarlet Oak Circle
Harvest, AL 35749

– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-designer-blog-tour/#sthash.XFSVRftP.dpuf

Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country. – See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

Each year, the Crochetville Blog Tour features a charity to support. This year, our charity is Halos of Hope. Halos of Hope accepts many different kinds of hats to distribute to cancer centers all over the United States, but for this tour we are asking all of our readers to make a child size ANIMAL crochet hat to be distributed. Please check out 
THIS POST ON CROCHETVILLE 
to read more about our project and visit links to free hat patterns.

You may send your hats to Crochetville’s main office, otherwise known as Amy’s home. She will count all the hats and deliver them directly to Pam and Halos of Hope at Stitches South in Atlanta on Friday, April 11.
The Stitches South hat collection drive will focus on animal-themed hats that will be given to Children’s Healthcare in Atlanta.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.tmnHo4uj.dpuf


Please mail your completed hat to:

Crochetville LLC  
ATTN: Amy Shelton 
103 Scarlet Oak Circle 
Harvest, AL 35749

In honor of National Crochet Month (natcromo), Cute Crochet Chat is offering 50% off all our crochet patterns listed in our RAVELRY STORE

This sale will run through to the end of March and there is NO LIMIT as to the amount of patterns you can purchase! We have never offered a half-price sale of ALL our patterns before!

When ordering patterns from our RAVELRY STORE, enter the COUPON CODE natcromo and receive 50% off your purchase. Now is the time to get any patterns your have been watching in our Ravelry Store!  We are offering 118 patterns in this special.

My dear friend, Jenny King is also posting about NATCROMO today! Check her out HERE!

Also, make sure to check out our next 2 stops TOMORROW on the Blog Tour:

Andee Graves                        and                Kimberly McAlindin 

Sale at our Ravelry Store ends at midnight ET on March 31, 2014


 

Focus Charity: Halos of Hope

Halos of Hope
Halos of Hope website
Halos of Hope Facebook page
Crochetville has received a lot of support from the crochet community over the years. We believe strongly in the importance of giving back. In 2013, Crochetville became a corporate sponsor of a wonderful organization called Halos of Hope.
Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

Focus Charity: Halos of Hope

Halos of Hope
Halos of Hope website
Halos of Hope Facebook page
Crochetville has received a lot of support from the crochet community over the years. We believe strongly in the importance of giving back. In 2013, Crochetville became a corporate sponsor of a wonderful organization called Halos of Hope.
Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

Annual Crochetville Designer Blog Tour 2014 Is Here!

Crochetville is kicking off National Crochet Month with its annual Designer Blog Tour.

http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-designer-blog-tour/

You won’t want to miss all the great designer posts on the tour which will include free patterns, great crochet pattern deals, and charity opportunities. You can see all the blogs post written so far at:
http://crochetville.com/blog/

**Make sure you read through this whole post see the special we are offering on CROCHET PATTERNS for the remainder of NatCroMo 2014!**

My post today, in honor of National Crochet Month showcases two new designs that I just completed.

The first is the Houndstooth Cowl from Jocelyn Designs

This trendy Houndstooth Cowl is a must accessory for Winter and fashion.
Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl will keep you warm, yet stylish on a cold day!
This cowl is smaller than our other cowls and does not need to be wrapped. Just slip it over your head!
Wear it with a coat outdoors or indoors over a sweater.
It can be dressed up or paired with your favorite jeans for a relaxed look.
A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project.
Beautiful Winter and early Spring accessory!

 

                                                                                                        
and my Flower Pot Bonnet from Too Cute Crochet 

 How sweet is this precious little Blossom in the flower pot?
Quick and easy crochet pattern written in four sizes from Newborn to 12 months.
It is made all in one piece so you don’t have any petals to sew on afterward! Much easier than some Flower Bonnet patterns!
This adorable flower bonnet is not only trendy for today’s photography, but also a fun & easy project!
#5 Bulky yarn & a large hook make this a quick pattern to crochet.

You may send your hats to:
Crochetville LLC
ATTN: Amy Shelton
103 Scarlet Oak Circle
Harvest, AL 35749

– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-designer-blog-tour/#sthash.XFSVRftP.dpuf

Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country. – See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

Each year, the Crochetville Blog Tour features a charity to support. This year, our charity is Halos of Hope. Halos of Hope accepts many different kinds of hats to distribute to cancer centers all over the United States, but for this tour we are asking all of our readers to make a child size ANIMAL crochet hat to be distributed. Please check out 
THIS POST ON CROCHETVILLE 
to read more about our project and visit links to free hat patterns.

You may send your hats to Crochetville’s main office, otherwise known as Amy’s home. She will count all the hats and deliver them directly to Pam and Halos of Hope at Stitches South in Atlanta on Friday, April 11.
The Stitches South hat collection drive will focus on animal-themed hats that will be given to Children’s Healthcare in Atlanta.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.tmnHo4uj.dpuf


Please mail your completed hat to:

Crochetville LLC  
ATTN: Amy Shelton 
103 Scarlet Oak Circle 
Harvest, AL 35749

In honor of National Crochet Month (natcromo), Cute Crochet Chat is offering 50% off all our crochet patterns listed in our RAVELRY STORE

This sale will run through to the end of March and there is NO LIMIT as to the amount of patterns you can purchase! We have never offered a half-price sale of ALL our patterns before!

When ordering patterns from our RAVELRY STORE, enter the COUPON CODE natcromo and receive 50% off your purchase. Now is the time to get any patterns your have been watching in our Ravelry Store!  We are offering 118 patterns in this special.

My dear friend, Jenny King is also posting about NATCROMO today! Check her out HERE!

Also, make sure to check out our next 2 stops TOMORROW on the Blog Tour:

Andee Graves                        and                Kimberly McAlindin 

Sale at our Ravelry Store ends at midnight ET on March 31, 2014


 

Focus Charity: Halos of Hope

Halos of Hope
Halos of Hope website
Halos of Hope Facebook page
Crochetville has received a lot of support from the crochet community over the years. We believe strongly in the importance of giving back. In 2013, Crochetville became a corporate sponsor of a wonderful organization called Halos of Hope.
Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

Focus Charity: Halos of Hope

Halos of Hope
Halos of Hope website
Halos of Hope Facebook page
Crochetville has received a lot of support from the crochet community over the years. We believe strongly in the importance of giving back. In 2013, Crochetville became a corporate sponsor of a wonderful organization called Halos of Hope.
Halos of Hope is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization founded by Pam Haschke, herself a survivor of inflammatory breast cancer. Halos of Hope’s mission to provide volunteer-crafted hats to cancer centers across the country.
– See more at: http://crochetville.com/national-crochet-month-2014-charity-project-halos-hope/#sthash.Fk8Flufd.dpuf

The Laura Cowl Crochet Pattern

Introducing our new cowl pattern, The Laura! The Laura Cowl is an easy, fun-to-do pattern that works up quickly, but is luxe also!

The Laura is named for a new and very dear person, who is not only a friend, but my mentor and coach as well!

This trendy cowl is a must accessory for Winter. Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl will keep you warm, yet stylish on a cold day.  Wear it with a coat outdoors or indoors over a sweater. This cowl is smaller than our other cowls and does not need to be wrapped. Just slip it over your head! A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project!

The Laura is available in my ETSY SHOP, or RAVELRY in my Ravelry Shop.

The Laura Cowl Crochet Pattern

Introducing our new cowl pattern, The Laura! The Laura Cowl is an easy, fun-to-do pattern that works up quickly, but is luxe also!

The Laura is named for a new and very dear person, who is not only a friend, but my mentor and coach as well!

This trendy cowl is a must accessory for Winter. Crocheted from a soft blend of 50% Wool and 50% acrylic, this beautiful cowl will keep you warm, yet stylish on a cold day.  Wear it with a coat outdoors or indoors over a sweater. This cowl is smaller than our other cowls and does not need to be wrapped. Just slip it over your head! A large hook and super bulky yarn makes this a fast project!

The Laura is available in my ETSY SHOP, or RAVELRY in my Ravelry Shop.