Just before December gets here we’re expected to get up to 60 degrees here in Chicago. I’m speechless! Although, I shouldn’t really be surprised by this. We’ve had plenty of mild days in the past that we’ve had golfers go out in the middle of winter. Eventually the snow will hit and we’ll have a beautiful winter wonderland to build snowmen in and make snow angels. Let’s be prepared for this weather by crocheting some warm weathered wearables.
AllFreeCrochet has put together a good sized eBook called Winter Wonderland: 17 Winter Patterns to Crochet. In this eBook you can find hats, scarves, gloves and sets. You will also come across some fun crochet patterns to decorate your home with. And let’s not forget each and every one of these items can be given as gifts. Even though it might be warm right now you’re going to want to pull out your winter gear any day now. You can even avoid the cold by staying indoors and crocheting these patterns.
Download your eBook for free and find patterns like:
Cozy Snowman Hat – Bundle yourself and the kids up in this adorable winter crochet hat. Bulky yarn is used so it’ll work up quickly and keep you nice and warm.
Snowflake and Cookie Coaster – This is a cute little pattern to put in the house during the holidays. Keep cozy by the fireplace, but avoid water marks on your wooden floor from your drink.
Snow Princess Cowl and Wristlets – Calling all children and pre-teens! They’ll absolutely love this set. This set is not only fashionable, but it will keep them warm, too. Choose solids or fun variegated yarns.
Sparkle Snowflake Applique – Add this adorable applique to a bag or sweater for the winter season. It’d even be cute as a gift topper. Just follow the step by step crochet instructions and you should end up with a fabulous design.
Would you rather crochet a wearable or a home decor piece?
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