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  1. Here is my latest free pattern - the last one from 2020! hooray for saying goodbye to 2020! https://kickincrochet.com/candle-cozy-free-crochet-pattern/
  2. https://kickincrochet.com/christmas-gift-crochet-ornament/ New free crochet pattern - enjoy!
  3. Enjoy! https://kickincrochet.com/star-wash-cloth/
  4. Here's my latest free pattern - a super simple Santa/Elf hat - comes with video tutorial. https://kickincrochet.com/santa-hat-free-crochet-pattern/ Enjoy, Mary
  5. Here is a link to a free pattern - quick crochet baskets. https://kickincrochet.com/quick-crochet-baskets/
  6. The two-strand flower headband has a simple, classic flower inspired by Tunisian crochet. The colorwork really makes the flower, in my opinion, and I love it in a wool yarn with a slightly fuzzy texture (but not too fuzzy). You can make this headband with any yarn that you like! The blog post includes photos and written instructions, and there is also a PDF available for purchase, if you'd like. The headband ties in the back, and so fits a variety of sizes. https://kickincrochet.com/two-strand-flower-headband-crochet-pattern/
  7. The Broomstick Lace fingerless gloves use beautiful broomstick lace to create eye-catching lace gloves. The post includes a photo tutorial for how to make the broomstick lace stitch and form the gloves. This is one of my earliest designs, and the instructions are for women's size small (though they are easily adjusted for size by adding extra rows of broomstick lace before finishing the glove. They are worked flat and then seamed. You will need a size 35 knitting needle or round tube of similar size (the cover of my candy thermometer works great!) https://kickincrochet.com/broomstick-lace-fingerless-gloves/
  8. This Easy Tunisian Hat uses a double-pointed Tunisian crochet hook, DK yarn, and tunisian knit stitch to create a simple knit-look hat. It comes sized for toddler, child, small adult, and large adult. It also makes a great neck warmer if you don't close up the top of the hat! https://kickincrochet.com/easy-tunisian-hat/
  9. This free pattern is an addition to a pattern set I have that includes a Hat, Cowl, and Fingerless Gloves. The headband uses fingering weight yarn and a size F crochet hook (I used about 80yards of yarn). There is a video tutorial that shows the basic cabling pattern for this pattern set, as well! It's written as a one-size headband but stretches to fit both me and my 9-year-old daughter (instructions for adjusting length are included) https://kickincrochet.com/braided-rose-headband/
  10. @USpolishgirl yes, yes we do! @Apak Thank you!
  11. This simple pattern is a 2-row repeat. There is a video tutorial to walk you through the stitches, as well! For my sample, I used one ball of Berroco Folio yarn and a size F crochet hook. Enjoy! https://kickincrochet.com/simple-shells-cowl/
  12. These small flowers make great hair clips or appliques, and they're super easy to do! Video tutorial included! https://kickincrochet.com/how-to-crochet-small-flowers/
  13. The Oasis gloves are now available as a free pattern on my blog - enjoy! https://kickincrochet.com/oasis-gloves-and-headband/
  14. Here is my latest free tutorial/pattern! https://kickincrochet.com/hairpin-lace-sleeveless-top/
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