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Pattern Paradise

Have you seen pattern paradise website yet? wow Maria has some gorgeous free patterns on there, ranging from stylish bags to things for your home, there are so many to choose from.

I have picked some of my favorites to feature her in my Designers Corner this month, but check out her site to see more.

pattern paradise

1)    Baby Blingy Sandals
What is there cuter than baby toes? Baby toes in cute sandals! These simple little sandals are a great base pattern that you can embellish in so many ways.

The simple styling makes them just perfect for boys or girls. Add rhinestones, beads, bows or leave them plain.

I’ve also given you two different ankle strap styles!

bling sandals

2)    Six Styles of Headbands
I love crocheting baby slippers and think that a matching headband is the perfect way to complete a gift set.

These six free crochet baby headband patterns for sizes up to 12 months, are the perfect base to get you started. Dress up the band with a cute flower, hearts or any appliqué!

six styles of headbands

3)    Happy Summer Flowers
Crochet flowers have so many uses I couldn’t begin to list them all.

Here is a quick and easy one that looks great on hats, purses, pillows or a million other things!  I hope you enjoy it.

happy summer flowers

4)    Bobble Kerchief
This kerchief brought back memories of my youth. When we were young teenagers, my friends and I often put bandanas over our heads and tied them at the nape of the neck to keep our hair neat and out of our faces (we also thought it looked really cool – ha  ha).

Recently, I’ve seen this look make a comeback but in a much prettier updated way with lovely fabrics and even in crochet.

bobble kerchief

Make sure you Pin this post to your boards so you don’t loose them.

That’s it for now guy’s! I will speak to you soon with more great free crochet patterns.


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