My Picks from the "Done in a Day" Pattern Bundle

Have you gotten your “Done In A Day” Crochet Pattern Bundle yet? It's one amazing deal you don't want to miss - over 40 patterns for up to 90% off. You'll definitely want to tap into your inner early bird because the price will go up every 4 hours.

I already got my bundle and here are my top picks, I can't wait to get started. You'll definitely see me in these mittens and hats this winter. And now I have an excuse to make a trip to the yarn store.

The Ultimate Crochet Pattern Bundle

Check it out, and snag yours before the sale ends on December 1st! I can’t wait to find out which pattern you choose to crochet first.

Kristi Tullus

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The Ultimate "Done In A Day" Crochet Pattern Bundle

 
Have a long list of homemade holiday gifts to make this season but running low on time? Trust me, I get it. With the madness of the holidays it’s easy to look at the calendar and have a mild panic attack wondering how you’re going to fit it all in. 
 
If you can relate, I've got some great resources to help you get your handmade holiday done on time and in style. 
 

The Ultimate

The folks at Ideal Me have worked hard to curate over 40+ crochet patterns, including my cuddly sheep pattern, that are designed to be completed in just one day and packaged them together in one Super Bundle.
 
Now through December 1st you can get all 40+ “Done In A Day” crochet patterns worth over $200 for up tp 90% off...but make sure to take advantage of this deal now because the longer you wait, the more the price increases. This is one deal that it pays to take advantage of now. 

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Crocheted Star Ornaments

I'm completely in love with all the intricate and delicate and oh so beautiful crocheted snowflakes I keep seeing everywhere. There are tons and tons of gorgeous patterns out there, I have gathered a few on my Pinterest board, if you care to take a look. Every year I plan to make a bunch and every year I leave it too late and every year I think "Next year!"

If you're like me, you may want to try something simpler, like these crocheted stars I found on One Dog Woof. They are so beautiful and Christmassy, but take a lot less time to make. Also, these look equally nice made with any weight yarn, even the bulkier ones, so they are definitely a better option for beginner crocheters who might be intimidated by yarn that looks more like sewing thread and a hook you have to look through a magnifier to make sure you haven't picked up a needle, which the snowflake patterns call for. 

Crocheted star ornaments // ChiWei (1dogwoof.com)

Photo and pattern: One Dog Woof

Kristi Tullus

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Small Bobble Sheep

I found this sweet little bobble sheep pattern by Emma Field from Just Add Crochet. I really loved making it, I see a lot of my scrap yarn turning into sheep in near future. 

Free amigurumi pattern: Small bobble sheep // Emma Fields (justaddcrochet.co.uk

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Where to buy safety eyes?

As most of you probably already know, I love using safety eyes for my amigurumi animals and dolls. They look great, are really quick and easy to install (usually, but more about it below) and so far I have not had a single issue with them breaking or coming off. But it is advisable to find alternatives when making toys for babies who might find them too irresistible not to chew on.

Free crochet pattern: Small long-legged cat // Kristi Tullus (sidrun.spire.ee)

I get asked quite often where I buy my safety eyes and which ones I like the most. So I thought I'd put together a little list of my favorite safety eyes and give you a little review. I know there are a lot more hidden gems out there, so do leave a comment below with your favorites and/or ones to stay away from.

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Pom-pom Easter Bunny

Pom-pom Easter bunny tutorial

Aww... just look at that sweet little pom-pom bunny rabbit I just found on boredfastfood.com! I think I will have to make a few for Easter. Right... I'm off to buy some pom-pom makers!

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Tutorial and image by boredfastfood.com. Click HERE for the tutorial.

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