We often buzz through life so quickly that we fail to appreciate all the things we’ve accomplished and become.

I was a bit blue the other day when I realized just what a tremendous year I’ve had. I’d love to give you a quick sum of my crochet projects here. I’ll be doing a knitted version and more soon too.

I’m so inspired now to plan out next year!

I’ll link over to everything, in case you want to check anything out further. Most items have tutorials for you to follow along.

(Also, some projects didn’t make the cut. Either I didn’t take pictures of them, or they didn’t turn out right and I ripped them out. 

In addition to the items below, I also made several baby blankets and hats and a few other items. I’ll try to take pictures next time.)

Crocheted Calm Cowl – quick and easy!

calm cowl finished object

Chevron Lace Cardigan – only took about a week and it’s so cute!

crochet sweater pattern


Custom Baby Hat – no link or tutorial. Sorry! I just made this one up for my great-niece, Bailey.

crocheted baby hat

Julietta Shawl – love it so much! It was a present for my mom for Mother’s Day:

how to crochet a shawl

How to Crochet Tutorial for beginners:


How to Work the Half-Double Crochet Stitch and make this cute cup cozy!


How to Crochet the Double Crochet Stitch and make this cute little headband (the tutorial for the flower is a few pictures below…)


Crocheted Giant Circle Rug – this thing was a blast to make! So fast! And I simply adore it. It’s softer than a ball of butter.


Crocheted Flower – a great pattern, but if I could do it over again, I’d use a different yarn so you could see the petals better


Self-Striping Infinity Scarf – a quick fun cowl to use any lace weight yarn you have laying around


Free Crochet Latte Headband Pattern – can I tell you how popular this free pattern was? I cannot. It was crazy popular.

free crochet headband pattern

Electric Orchid Hat Pattern – a funky, swirly, galaxy-looking hat. Easy enough for beginners and FREE!



How to Crochet a Snowflake – video tutorial

how to crochet a snowflake easy

Anyways, there ya go! I probably missed some things, but I’ll add them later if I remember.

Like I said, I’ll do a knitting version too, since I do both crafts. Also weaving. And maybe books. Hmm.

If you’re doing a year-end blog post about your projects or if you have any links to cool things you’ve made, let me know below and tell me all about them. I really want to see!

Have a good one… you’ll be hearing from me soooooon.