This chicken pot holder is just so cute! I absolutely adore chickens, and many of my friends raise their own. What could be cuter in a country kitchen then a whole flock of these babies? They work up really quickly, and can also double as a scrubby for washing pots and pans.
I grabbed the free pattern for this little chick over at Amy's Crochet Patterns. She even has a tutorial video posted to walk you through the process. To grab this free crochet chicken potholder pattern for yourself, click HERE and pay Amy a visit!
It seems like one of the most recent growing trends in home decor are crocheted dream catchers. Because of my Native American heritage, there were always dreamcatchers around the home growing up. They were made in the traditional manner with sinew, leather, feathers, and bone. Modernized versions are created using various types of fabrics, wools, and charms.
I have so many wonderful friends and followers on social media that has been sending me photos of various types of crochet dream catchers, and this particular design really caught my eye. I spent some time doing a bit of research to try to track down the pattern and I finally found it over at String Theory Crochet. The pattern is fairly simple to follow, and is full of detailed photos to help you every step of the way. Click HERE to be taken to the free pattern and make a crocheted dreamcatcher of your own.