Crochet County


Welcome to Crochet Country. You will find all the crochet projects in the following cities

Baby Burg has all the projects for babies from toys to blankets

Homewares Hamlet gives you ideas of things to make for around your home from baskets to cozy covers and more

Cloths Crossroads is for all the crochet cloths from sweaters to scarfs …..

Toy Town houses all the stuffed animals and other toys you can make

Here’s the latest items added

Raccoon Cozie

  You will need: 4.5 mm hook 3 mm hook Gray yarn sport or worsted weight black yarn sport or thinner weight White yarn sport or worsted weight 2 small size buttons 1 medium size button 2 small flower buttons for eyes needle Directions: Body working with gray yarn and 4.5 mm hook Ch 51… Read More Raccoon Cozie

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Front and Back Post Half Double Crochet Placemat

Size of finished placemat 42 cm x35 cm Gage: 10 stitches across =5 cm, 6 rows = 4 cm.   You will need: Teal yarn (or any color you chose) Gray yarn (or any color you chose) size 4 hook (or size for your yarn) needle scissors Stitches ch= chain sc= single hdc= half double… Read More Front and Back Post Half Double Crochet Placemat

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Crochet Pillow

My daughter wanted something special for her dorm room.  She likes when I make her things. So for a surprise I made her the purple pillow for her bed. (all her bedding is either purple or pink).   The first thing I did was take graph paper and draw out the heart and her name… Read More Crochet Pillow

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Waffle stitch Placemats and Basket

All terms are in American Crochet Slst = slip stitch Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double crochet Fpdc = front post double crochet You will need: size 4mm hook 2 balls of dark green sport weight yarn 2 balls of light green sport weight yarn Directions: Placemat Make 4 I did… Read More Waffle stitch Placemats and Basket

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Owl Towel Holder

This Holder is done using a condensed crocodile stitch. If you are not familiar with the stitch this will be a little confusing. I suggest looking at video’s of the stitch before attempting this pattern. All terms are in American Crochet Slst = slip stitch Ch = chain Sc = single crochet Dc = double… Read More Owl Towel Holder

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Kitchen Owls

Back again about my Kitchen Owls. At this point I had decided I was going to make my kitchen into an Owlery . My kids were not so thrilled with the idea but I love it so they are stuck until they get their own homes and kitchens.   We get these huge containers of mini crackers… Read More Kitchen Owls

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Owl Container 3

For this Container cover I used a basket weave stitch turned sideways. A= Measurement of the height of the part of the container you wish to cover. (Do not include the top. I also left some room on the bottom) B = Measurement of one side of the container C= Measurement of all the way around the container All… Read More Owl Container 3

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Owl Container 2

All terms are in American Crochet slst = slip stitch ch = chain sc = single crochet dc = double crochet fpdc = front post double crochet You will need: Two different color worsted weight yarn Size 5 mm hook Size 4.5 mm hook Container you wish to cover Directions: Using main color and larger… Read More Owl Container 2

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Ducky Lovey

I used one skein each of Yellow, Blue, and Orange Worsted weight. I did a second one in a light Worsted and had to adjust the pattern. [For this one I used Yellow, Light blue and Orange] The Adjustments will be in [ ] Stitch count will be in { } Hook size 4.mm. Head… Read More Ducky Lovey

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Owl Container 1

As the pattern that I took the idea from is no longer available for people to follow I am going to put my own copy here. For the bottom of the Owl. I used the crocodile stitch pattern which I got from watching the first 25:30 min of: How to Crochet A Purse: Mermaid Tears… Read More Owl Container 1

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