Whether delightful woolly crochet patterns have been made by someone experienced or someone who is just starting out, handcrafted items are so unique and are ALWAYS coveted by your friends! I don’t know about you, but by the time I get to the end of a pattern, I need to give up on crochet for a while and no gifts for anybody!
The Crazy Cozy Winter Crochet Patterns
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The winter months are one of the best times to enjoy hand knitted or crocheted garments and so let’s start with a pattern that I LOVE! These crochet slipper boots are SO cute! You can make them for yourself obviously but how cute would these be as little toddler slipper booties?! Can you imagine?!
The great thing about this pattern is that anyone can have a go at it! For the best results, you should choose a high-quality yarn like the chunky Riva from Debbie Bliss. This yarn is so easy to work with, and your slipper booties will be super soft, warm and comfy.
The pattern is for a two-tone pair of slipper boots and another great aspect to the Debbie Bliss range of yarns is the choice of colours – 44 shades of some products. You won’t have any trouble choosing a lovely colour for the pom poms that finish the slipper boot design.
The Pasadena Blankie would make the perfect gift for me. So adapt it and make it huge, cuz I want it. If you’re not in the mood to make a blanket for a 6-foot tall lady child, you could make it for a newborn or toddler. The sizing provided is perfect for the little ones.
You should use Aran weight yarn with this particular pattern, and I would choose the cashmerino mix, that’s machine washable and crazy soft!
Where would we be in winter without a woolly hat?! There is no need to be stuck in the house if you have the perfect beanie! Make yours from chunky weight yarn, and the design is stylish, crazy cute and comes with a second pattern for a matching snood.
Every single one of these crochet patterns are on my list! So far this winter I’ve made a snood with giant buttons, and my unicorn crochet hook is having a break. I mean.. my hand. My hand is having a break. Unicorn crochet hooks look fantastic and are suitable for short projects, but you should definitely go for comfort like these fabulous hooks from Deramores!