I’ve dabbled with crochet over the years, and I wish I would do it more,
because when I take the time, I really enjoy it.
There are some quick and easy crochet projects out there that don’t take a lot of time, and some make nice gifts too. I’ve compiled a list for you, some of which I’ve made, and some which our fabulous “Think Tank Thursday” bloggers have made.
Just click on the links below to see the full posts!
Pretty crocheted bookmarks make a thoughtful personal gift for a book lover.
Washcloths are always useful, and simple and fast to make.
I really enjoy crocheting these hair scrunchies for my daughter.
Let It Shine says you can make a sweet Rag Rug in a weekend.
I would love to try one of these!
Apron Strings & Other Things says these Mary Jane slippers are easy enough for a beginner!
According to Making Our Sustainable Life, these easy nylon scrubbies
are great for dishes or cleaning!
Also from Let It Shine is this sweet little baby blanket with good instructions and pictures.
This pattern by Crochet Dreamz isn’t free (it’s $5 for the pattern), but it’s too adorable not to share!
Sewing Barefoot has an easy pattern for pillow covers!
I’d like to make some burgundy ones for my living room pillows.
While this isn’t a “crocheted” project, also from Sewing Barefoot is
this soft helpful crochet hook holder.
This broad-stripe baby blanket by The Inspired Wren is beautiful and looks manageable too!
If you’d like a fun crazy monster case to keep your crochet needles in, or any other
little incidentals, then this is the pattern for you, by Law Student to Life Student.
Have fun trying out some of these projects!