Crochet Miscellaneous Patterns
Thermal Stitch Business Card Holder
Date Added: September 13, 2013
This business card holder is made with the same stitch as the Thermal Preemie Blanket on this site. It is fairly easy to make and can be made in just a few hours. It fits about 36 regular business cards.
Coffee Cup Sleeve Bracelet
Date Added: November 22, 2012
This Coffee Cup Sleeve Bracelet is fast and easy to make and is just the right size to wear as a cuff bracelet when you are on the road and then use it as a coffee cup sleeve when you get that hot paper cup of coffee!
Tassel Cat Toy
Date Added: November 14, 2012
This cat toy is made with a dowel and worsted weight acrylic yarn and is fast and easy to make. It makes a wonderful craft fair item. You have permission to use this pattern in a craft fair or bazaar if you like. This is also a great pattern for any scraps you may have. Plus this makes a great gift for anyone who has kitties.
Shell Stitch Vase
Date Added: May 1, 2011
This vase is made with a recycled plastic container of non dairy creamer with the plastic label removed. It is fairly easy to make and would make a great vase for a Mother's Day Bouquet of flowers!
Popcorn Candy Dish
Date Added: March 4, 2011
This crocheted candy dish is made from a recycled whipped topping container. It is fast and easy to make and would look great in any combination of colors. You can use your scraps for this project!
Open Shell Bag Holder
Date Added: August 29, 2010
This bag holder is made in all one piece except for the hanger at the top. It uses 2 different sizes of brass rings and one small plastic cabone ring. It is fun and easy to make and hold several of those plastic shopping bags!
Beaded iPod Touch Cover
Date Added: July 18, 2010
This beaded iPod Touch cover is fun and easy to make and works great to protect your iPod touch from scratches. It is also just the right size to hold debit cards, credit cards and money!
Beaded Flower Girl Basket
Date Added: April 25, 2010
This flower girl basket has a detachable bracelet as a handle. It is fun and easy to make and would make any flower girl thrilled to use this basket on the big day! Let the flower girl keep the basket and bracelet after the wedding is over!
Beaded Shells Votive Holder
Date Added: August 17, 2009
This beaded votive holder is made with shell stitches and is fun to make. All of the beads are strung on first, then it is stitched. You pull up the beads as you work each stitch where indicated. This votive holder is for the clear glass votive holders that are available at most major discount department stores.
Hobnail Candy Dish
Date Added: June 12, 2009
The bobbles on this candy dish are inspired by the hobnail candy dishes that were made many years ago. This is a fun pattern to make and can be completed in 2 or three evenings. It is made with a recycle can that chicken came in.
Bobble Stitch Armchair Caddy
Date Added: May 11, 2009
This armchair caddy is made by making one long piece then each end is folded up and stitched into place to form 2 pockets. It is fun to make and would be challenging for a beginner.
Tip Resistant Glasses Cup
Date Added: November 2, 2008
This Eyeglass holder is made with plastic canvas inside. It is made with a base with an oval cup on top of it. It is fast and easy to make and would make a great gift for anyone who wears glasses. The cup is made separately from the base then the cup is tacked to the base.
Date Added: January 7, 2008
This vase is really fast and easy and it is meant to be made with an empty powdered coffee creamer container. You can use what ever yarn you want and for what ever occasion you want. You will want to put some stones in the bottom of it for weight if you are going to use silk flowers in it.
Quilter's Pin Basket & Pincushion Lid
Date Added: May 30, 2007
This crocheted covered basket is a result of a request for a basket with a lid that a quilter could use to keep quilting pins in. The cover snaps on tight and uses an empty cottage cheese container.
Small Boutique Box
Date Added: May 2, 2007
This small crocheted boutique box is fun and easy to make and makes use of an empty cottage cheese container! Another opportunity to recycle!
Lacets Votive Holder Cover
Date Added: April 20, 2007
You can either not stiffen these votive holder covers and use glass votive holders like I did or you can stiffen them with 3oz dixie cups to make free standing votive holders for battery operated tea light candles. They are really easy to make and would look great on any wedding table.
Net Stitch Canister Cover
Date Added: January 12, 2007
This canister cover is made from acrylic yarn in 2 parts. First you make the base solid part then you work the net stitch on the base. The top part of the net stitch is done with the project upside down to join the last round of the net stitches to the single row of sc. This cover is meant to cover the 11.5 oz plastic coffee cans.
Bride's Maid Bouquet Holder
Date Added: January 6, 2007
This crochet pattern is for that wedding where even the bride's maids carry flowers. This holder is made with a bone ring for stability where the flower's stems go through and this patterns is really fast and easy to make.
Small Wedding Tea Light Candleholder
Date Added: September 20, 2006
This tealight candleholder is meant to be used with a battery operated tealight which you can order online or find in specialty craft stores. It would look great in any holiday decoration or at a wedding. You can use any color crochet cotton you would like to match the season or occasion you are using them for.
Large Wedding Tea Light Candleholder
Date Added: September 20, 2006
This tea light candleholder is meant to be used with a battery operated tea light which you can order online or find in specialty craft stores. It would look great in any holiday decoration or at a wedding. You can use any color crochet cotton you would like to match the season or occasion you are using them for.
Small Coffee Can Cover
Date Added: September 20, 2006
This coffee can cover is designed to cover a small plastic coffee container which a major brand of coffee comes in. These little containers are great for storing all sorts of items. You can make this color in any combination of colors you like for the holidays or any special occasion. What a great way to package up a few cookies to give as a gift!
Coffee Can Cover
Date Added: August 23, 2006
Use this cover to cover up the current plastic container of coffee you are using and then when it is empty, you can use the container to keep a plant in. You could make this pattern in Christmas or any other holiday color. This makes those large plastic containers that a certain brand of Coffee comes in really great to use for storing all sorts of items.
Travel Cup Cozy
Date Added: August 9, 2006
This cup cozy is meant to protect your hands from the heat of hot coffee that you sometimes get when you are on the road and you stop at a shop to get coffee and it comes in a paper cup instead of a foam cup. Or you can use it as a soda can sleeve.
Large Plant Hanger
Date Added: April 19, 2006
This plant hanger was designed with an 8" pot in mind but it can be used with a 10" pot also. The hanger part is very long and can be shortened or lengthend according to what your needs are.
Granny Needle Case
Date Added: April 17, 2006
This needle case is made from thread and is a fairly advanced project to make. It uses a recycled plastic milk jug inside to keep it's shape. It is just the right size to hold sewing, embroidery and yarn needles.
Date Added: August 12, 2005
This notebook cover is meant for the 1 subject notebooks which are 9.5x6in/24.1 x 15.2cm in size. I use these notebooks to write all of my crochet designs in before they are typed up on the computer. Notice the holes on the inside front flap. Those are to hold your pen, and crochet hooks. It took me about 8 hours to complete this project, including writing the instructions.
Marching Spiders Sampler Square
Date Added: August 2, 2005
This sampler square is an adaptation from the Beetles On Parade Bookmark in the paid members area. I basically altered one row in the pattern row to make the critters look like spiders.
Cat Nip Mouse
Date Added: July 12, 2005
This mouse is really fast and easy to make and you could make several in an evening. And if you use a good quality cat nip, your cats will go nuts for it. Mine are right now while I type up these instructions. I give you permission to make and sell this mouse in your local craft fair if you like. Just make sure you provide a link to my site on the tag that goes with it.
Vst Hook Holder
Date Added: May 26, 2005
This pattern is fast and easy to make and uses one of those plastic containers that have candy covered chocolate candies in it. I do have a few left available on this site.
Stuffed Wrist Rest
Date Added: May 17, 2005
This wrist rest is fast to make and is just the right length to put in front of your keyboard. It is much better looking than those basic wrist rests you can buy in a store.
Date Added: May 12, 2005
This eyeglass caddy is a fast and easy pattern to make and is just the right size to keep a pair of glasses safe at night on your night stand!
Shells Plant Hanger
Date Added: April 19, 2005
This fast and easy plant hanger can be made in just about an hour or 2 depending on your own speed. You can use it for more than just holding plants. If you put an empty dish inside, then it can be used to hold anything.
Credit Card or Business Card Holder
Date Added: September 26, 2004
This card holder is also big enough for a package of tissues that come in plastic. But it is perfect for a bundle of business cards or some cash and credit cards! You can add a button if you like but I didn't.
Open Windows Plant Hanger
Date Added: September 21, 2004
This plant hanger is made similar to another one on this site. It is easy to use on a hanging plant that is established with it's vines hanging down over the sides of the pot. It will not damage the tender branches when you put the plant into this hanger.
Crochet Hook Holder
Date Added: April 7, 2004
This hook holder is actually a cover for an empty plastic candy tube. The kind that holds a very popular milk chocolate candy. It comes in a tube which has a pop up connected lid. I have a few I have been saving. I am not allowed to say the brand name for legal reasons but hopefully you can figure it out.
Granny Square Letter Box
Date Added: August 31, 2003
This box is made with plastic canvas as it's form. It also uses the basic granny square pattern which is on this site. You can use this box to store current bills not yet paid or as a place to keep letters you need to tend to. There are many other things you can use this box for.
Easy Plant Hanger
Date Added: June 12, 2003
This plant hanger is as easy to use as it is easy to make. When you are done making this, just set it down on your table and place your plant in it. Then pull up the four hangers and slip them onto a hook of your choice. No need to fuss with making sure you don't get it tangled or damaging your plant. Might even be able to find other uses for it!
Spider Cat Toy
Date Added: June 4, 2003
This little cat toy is fast and easy to make and the cats do go wild for it! I have two cats myself and they really love to play with it. Just drag it somewhat slowly along the floor and it will creep like a spider. Really cute!
Shell Stitch Plant Pot Cover
Date Added: January 15, 2003
This plant pot cover can also be used as a decorative catch-all bucket for any room. Just change the color of the yarn to fit your decor.
Decorative Dish Hanger
Date Added: June 6, 2002
This decorative hanger can be used as a plant hanger or a hanger for a candy dish. Actually you can probably come up with many useful ways of using this hanger. Let your imagination be your guide.
Wood Ring Key Chain
Date Added: July 22, 2001
This key chain is made from a 3" wooden ring that has had a screw eye and split ring added to it. Actually this would make a great bazaar item. It is fairly quick to make and very inexpensive as well.
Date Added: February 6, 2001
This needle case can be completed in an evening. It has 2 pieces of plastic tucked inside to help keep it's shape.
Soap Holder Body Scrubber
Date Added: November 8, 2000
This soap holder doubles as a body scrubber meant for scrubbing rough areas on your skin. If you want a softer scrubber, just substitute cotton yarn for the nylon yarn. When the bar of soap gets small, just tuck a new one in with the small piece of soap. So this is also a soap saver.
Covered Boutique Box
Date Added: September 9, 2000
This boutique box is made with a recycled whipped topping container and it's lid. It can be completed in an evening or two and would make a great last minute gift to give to any lady or girl for their vanity. If you make it with holiday colors, then it can be used as a container to hold goodies.
Date Added: June 26, 2000
This dainty suncatcher can also be used as an ornament if you use a smaller size thread. Or it can be used as a mini doily. Each point is made separately so be prepared to weave several ends in. You can also call this pattern a pineapple snowflake!
Miss May Flower
Date Added: May 23, 1999
The dress on the air freshener doll is made up in two parts. The Over Dress that is really a coat that ties in the front to close then an under skirt that has an elastic waist.
Lace Edged Hankie
Date Added: May 12, 1999
This is the first attempt I have made to put an edging on a hankie. I have a few hankies that were given to me with crocheted edgings on them and I love the way they look so I decided to create a look of my own.
Hair Pin Lace Shelf Runner
Date Added: April 26, 1999
This little runner could be made any length and also can be made wider. It is just the perfect runner for a mantel or a small shelf you may have in your home.
Wrist Rest Cover
Date Added: April 18, 1999
This wrist rest cover is a result of a need. A need to cover my old ugly wrist rest I have had since I got my computer. This is a basic pattern and could be improved upon I am sure. This particular pattern would look wonderful if made with a varigated yarn.
Fabric Strip Door Mat
Date Added: April 8, 1999
This door mat is a unique shape. Designed to look different and get noticed. I recommend that if you use this outside you tack it down to a piece of plywood for stability while wiping your feet. Actually I think this would have been better made with rope or twine.
Cute Little Shade Pull
Date Added: March 29, 1999
This shade pull is very fast and easy and could easily be the base for a really cute lapel pin by adding a bow and perhaps some ribbon roses. And then a pin to the back. Or if you use green thread and some red beads and a red bow you could have a really festive Christmas wreath pin.
Star Key Chain
Date Added: February 27, 1999
This star key chain could be made into an ornament for Christmas or if you want a smaller key ring you could use baby yarn or thread. Just make sure to use a smaller hook as well.
Eyeglass Case Cover
Date Added: June 25, 1998
Do you have an old ugly eyeglass case? Do you hang on to it cause you do not like to throw things away? Would you like to cover it up?? Well I have just the pattern for you then. It is an eyeglass case cover. It is just the right size to cover that old ugly eyeglass case. It would also make a great gift for the Holidays worked up in Holiday Colors.