How to Crochet a Lace Jar Cozy

How to Crochet a Lace Jar Cozy

A simple and fun way to make a quite plain jar into a beautiful lantern, vase, pencil holder, or something else is to crochet a cozy for it.

The cozy I’ve made for this jar is quite simple and quick to make because of the repeating patterns, although some mid-level skills are needed for this project.

Ready to make your own lace jar cozy? You can find the pattern below.

However, if you want to support the creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: Color Blocking Basket

Crochet: Color Blocking Basket

The past few weeks, my yarn stash has overflown (which I’m sure you can relate to as a fellow yarn lover). I needed some form of organization and decided to crochet a basket where I could stash my cotton yarns (which is the type of yarn I use most).

You can obviously make this basket in any color you like. I chose to use some left-over yarn that I didn’t know what to use for. So, in one way, this is a project where you can use your left-over yarns to make a nice basket for your other yarns (or whatever you want to use it for).

You can find the pattern below.

However, if you want to support the creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet and Macramé: Triangle Wall Decoration

Crochet and Macramé: Triangle Wall Decoration

This triangular wall decoration I’ve made this week mixes two types of fiber-techniques, crochet and Macramé.

The yarn mixed with the bamboo (a beautiful piece of nature) makes this piece a wonderful wall decoration in any bohemian home.

You can find simple instructions for this wall decoration below. However, if you want a more detailed instruction, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the instructions in my store right here.

Crochet: Colorful Granny Square Pillowcase

Crochet: Colorful Granny Square Pillowcase

As I’m transitioning into a more bohemian aesthetic here on Creative Wonderland (and in my own life) I thought this colorful granny square pillowcase would be a great start since this project has been one that I’ve worked on for quite some time.

This was actually a project I used to work on whenever I felt my bouts of depression and needed to see that I was actually capable of creating something tangible. Since granny squares are fast and easy to make, this was a project that allowed me to see constant progress, which made me feel better.

This granny square pillowcase is simple to make as the granny squares are made entirely of only two stitches (chains and double crochet). It is also versatile as you can choose the colors you want and make the individual squares and the pillowcase the size you want.

Ready to create? You can find the pattern below.

However, if you want to support the creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: Flower Coaster Set

Crochet: Flower Coaster Set

This week’s crochet pattern is closely connected to last week’s piece, a flower doily or placemat which you can find right here. This week it’s a coaster set with flowers so that you can set the whole tea table with a doily or placemats and coasters.

Like last week’s pattern, this one is also versatile. You can make them as big as you want and in whatever color you want, whether that be one cohesive color or six colors (which I’ve used).

You can find the pattern below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: Flower Doily or Placemat

Crochet: Flower Doily or Placemat

This week’s crochet project from my Pastel Tea Party collection is a doily or placemat that looks like a big flower. I’m currently very inspired by Spring and flowers, so I thought it fitting with a doily or placemat in the shape of a flower.

This is a versatile pattern that you can make in the size you desire and the colors you want, whether that be one cohesive color or six colors (which I’ve used).

You can find the pattern below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: 3 Sizes of Ruffled Peonies

Crochet: 3 Sizes of Ruffled Peonies

These ruffled peonies in different sizes are easy to make and suits well on the table when it’s tea-time. You can make one or a whole bouquet of ruffled peonies in the different sizes (and colors), it’s up to you.

Ready to create? You can find the patterns below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: 3 Versions of Medium-Sized Roses

Crochet: 3 Versions of Medium-Sized Roses

Last week I made large-sized roses 3 ways and thought that I wanted a rose that was a little bit smaller in size. So, for this week, I made 3 versions of medium-sized roses.

You can find the pattern to these below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: 3 Versions of Large-Sized Roses

Crochet: 3 Versions of Large-Sized Roses

It’s February now and Spring is on the doorstep here in the Northern hemisphere (even though it’s still cold like crazy where I live). One thing that always makes me happy in Spring are all the flowers that spurt from the ground and paint all of nature with vibrant colors.

So, this Spring, and in tune with my current Pastel Tea Party collection (which I talked about in the previous post that you can read right here), I’ve created roses 3 ways (a rosebud, a semi-open rose, and a fully-open rose) in a pastel pink that I think would look wonderful on any tea party table.

You can find the pattern to these roses below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase a pdf of the pattern in my store right here.

Crochet: 3 Types of Corals

Crochet: 3 Types of Corals

I’m continuing with the underwater theme with these wonky and colorful corals. I wanted them to be as diverse as possible, so I made a pattern for a branch that can lay down, a group of 2-colored, tubelike corals that can stand, and a hyperbolic, 2-colored mass that can be crocheted in two ways.

You can find the patterns below.

However, if you want to support the Mad Creator (that’s me) and my Creative Wonderland so I can continue creating DIY projects, you’re welcome to purchase pdfs of the patterns in my store right here: Branch Corals, Group of Tube Corals, and the Hyperbolic Corals.