Thursday, April 10, 2014


Hello there yarnies, crafters, hookers and all, I hope you are ready for this weeks Project of the Week.
I saw this set on a Bernat pull (you know one of those papers that hangs in the yarn isles with awesome cute patterns). Anyway I searched and searched the Bernat website but I cannot find this pattern. But they do have other great patterns available. 

Anywho here we go.......this weeks project of the Tray Liner and Coasters.....

So I did three sets and I love them all. But this is my favorite. Offspring #1 actually chose these colors. And I think he was right on. 

I really liked this set too. Sometimes variegated yarn is so nice to work with. I like to see the patterns they create. You can use the same variegated color scheme on different projects and get such a different look with each one. 

Now this 3rd set I did Offspring #3 said she liked this one the best....and I'll admit it has some spunk to it.....

These tray liners measure approx 11"x14" and the Coasters are approx 4" square and they are made with 100% cotton so they are washable. I think they add a lot of style to a typical try liner.

I'm hosting a Tupperware Party in my home in a couple weeks and I'm thinking this will be a great way to spice up the table. Problem now being deciding which one to use. I think they all look wonderful.

Well there ya have it friends. I am working on a table runner/place mat set but I didn't finish it in time for tonight's post. I found another great pattern that I wanted to try but I changed a few things and decided to try my hand at making my own design. So I will show you all that in a few days.

I hope you have enjoyed this weeks Project of the Week.
Do you have a project you'd like to see me make one week? Please feel free to comment below and tell me. These sets will be available in the Etsy Shop later on tonight. Don't forget you can custom order any color scheme you want.

Till next time
Happy Hooking

“Crochet is such a wonderful craft. There are so many facets and variations to explore with a hook and some yarn. The creative possibilities are endless.” – Margaret Hubert (Author of The Complete Photo Guide to Crochet) (absolutely love this book) 


  1. They are lovely! my favourites are the variegated greens and blue but they are all nice. :)

    1. Thank you Linda. I'm so glad you stopped by. ;)

  2. Hi Katie, thanks so much for joining my blog and I see that you LOVE to crochet like I do! I'm going to join your blog too by GFC and I look forward to becoming blog friends! I love your crocheted items that you made and the yarn your chose to make them. They are just perfect! Have a nice weekend.
    Julie at Julie's Lifestyle

    1. Hi Julie, Thank you for the follow back. I love crochet. It is perfect in every way. It is always there for me when I need it most and never gives me grief for being away. ;) I think about it all the time. I am really obsessed lol. Thanks again for coming by. I look forward to seeing your stuff.

  3. You did a great job with these. Very nice crochet sets. Best wishes.

  4. Hi, Katie! Saw a Pin of this pattern set in spring green and yellow (very pretty!), but the link to JoAnn Fabrics was defunct, and I couldn't find it directly on JoAnn's website. Ultimately, I found your blog post, which told me about the Bernat pull-off free pattern, but that you had searched Bernat's site as well. After more sesrching, I FINALLY found the link to the free pattern here! Thanks for showcasing it for others! Beautiful sets! Happy Crocheting!