The Cottage Christmas Toy Blanket is a timeless keepsake for any handmade (or store-bought) toy. You will find all the information you need in this FREE crochet pattern and video. You can customize the size to make it bigger or smaller for your specific needs.
What could be better than granny squares?
Christmas colored granny squares, that’s what.
I’m a traditionalist at heart. So nothing feels more festive than the combination of the colors red, green and white.
And if this holiday season finds you making handmade toys, adding the Cottage Christmas Toy Blanket is a lovely accessory.
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I’ve got good news and bad news.
I’m a bad-news-first sort of gal so I’m going to give that to you first.
The bad news is that we only have fifty-six days until Christmas.
But the good news is that we have fifty-six whole days until Christmas!
If you’re making handmade gifts for the holidays that’s plenty of time to get some presents knocked out. But one thing I know for sure is that you’re going to need a plan.
In this simple crochet star tutorial, I show you exactly how to make these pint sized heavenly bodies. The project is suitable enough for an experienced beginner but completely addictive for the veteran crocheter.
Both of my sons love astronomy, always have. Over the years they have shared everything they learned about stars. It makes my head hurt. How can we be seeing light that is millions of years old? I’m not smart enough to understand the universe and all that happens in the heavens. But I am qualified to crochet a cute little star and today I’m showing you how too!