Crochet Friday: Some Smalls #1

I’ve been making a lot of small of late, mostly to sell at market, and I decided to share some of them with you. I try not to make the same things over and over, and it’s mostly because it bores me. I’m ADD, and I like variety.


I found a pattern for a choker, but I didn’t like it as it was written. I changed things up a bit, and here’s the result:

I used Aunt Lydia’s size 20 Fine Crochet Thread for this. You can find it on Amazon here: Crochet Thread. That’s an affiliate link so I will get a small compensation if you purchase using that link.

This can also be used as a baby headband, the ribbon would just need to be trimmed down.

Barbie Sized Coverlet

It hasn’t been blocked yet. This pattern was bought for me from Farthing Patterns Crochet, and it’s called Cranesbill lace Bedspread. I chose the colors of thread to use and sized it up to fit a Barbie doll sized bed.

I got the thread from a friend years ago, and it didn’t have a label on it. The closest I could come to it is called Monet Multi, and it’s by Aunt Lydia’s as well. You can find it on Amazon here: Crochet Thread2. This is also an affiliate link, and I will receive a small compensation if you purchase using my link.

Scrap Yarn Bowl

This was made out of a bunch of scrap yarn I had rolled up together.

It’s machine washable, and it’s perfect for putting small things in even fruit.

I have more things I’ve made, but I have them packed away for market tomorrow. I’ll try to remember to post on Sunday how things went. I’m also going to try to make a small video of it to post on YouTube as well.

I hope you enjoyed this sampling of my smalls. I’ll be selling all of them so let me know if you’re interested in any. I’ll be adding them to my Etsy shop, Gyphon’s Hoard either Sunday or Monday.

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!


2 thoughts on “Crochet Friday: Some Smalls #1

  1. The scrap yarn bowl can be used as a bowl hot pad for the microwave. You put a bowl in the pad, put them in the microwave together. When you go to grab the hot bowl from the microwave, it has the yarn bowl cupping upwards for you to grab.


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