You can’t express how kids love laying down on the floor and how you don’t like them to do so. If there’s anything you can do to not allow laying on the floor, there’s a solution. DIY floor pillows can be a decorative yet useful thing in your living room or the kid’s room. You can put your kids on the floor pillow instead of the naked floor so that they are safer and cleaner on the pillow. Worried about the time to make them? No, you actually have to spend a little time making them if you have the necessary equipment.

HERE are some nice DIY Giant Floor Pillow ideas to try as your next project.

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Puff Quilt comforter is a no-brainer project that takes little time and effort. However, it gives your project a puffy look that everyone loves. You can be more adventures by mixing colors and the pattern so that you can be more creative. The basic tutorial on how to make the puff quilt is shared in this Youtube video.

You can find the video tutorial below. Enjoy!

 

When your babies and toddlers have a bath time they love to spend a bit more inside the bathtub playing. So you have to hold your towel for few more minutes in hand or somewhere else. Since it is the washroom you know that towels can be fallen out and get wet easily. A quick fix? An easy to make hooded towel so that you can hang them on the hanger.

HERE is a quick and easy tutorial on how to make a hooded towel with a cozy and thick towel at your home. Enjoy!

As I think sleep sacks are better than baby blankets as it is easy to put your baby into sleep sacks than wrapping her in a blanket. They are not hard to make either. This crochet sleep sack will take you around 2 hours if you are a fair crocheter. HERE is the pattern for this Newborn Sleep Sack. Enjoy!

Free step by step sewing pattern and tutorial from the Inspired Wren for how to make this sturdy and hard-wearing lined canvas tote bag.  We love this bag because of the way it’s constructed with the handles securely held within the base and sides of the bag, not just sewn into the top.

Because the Handles wrap to the bottom this is a tough tote that can withstand a lot of weight. It also maintains its structure nicely (and can take a lot of abuse) thanks to the indoor/outdoor fabric and duck-cloth. There are so many fabulous fabric options in the decor fabrics department. And remember it doesn’t require a lot of fabric, so don’t forget to also check the remnant bin at your local fabric store.

I’ve been using mine for months when I go to the store and also as a carryall for when I need to cart a lot of stuff with me and it’s held up just great!  I even just toss it in the wash every couple of weeks and it comes up like new. Make one!

HERE is the link to this Tote Bag Pattern.

This is an easy crochet pattern combined with brilliant colors designed by Anitha Gibney. The pattern has lately hit the internet because of its beauty.

This is the LINK to download free written tutorial on this Cozy Grace Blanket.

Another nice looking baby blanket pattern shared by Pattern Paradise. This crochet pattern is made with 3 solid colors and will be suitable for a baby boy. You can, however, pick pinkish colors for a baby girl. The blanket is easy to size using a stitch multiple of 2.

HERE is the pattern of this Blue Hawaiian Baby Blanket.

This is a crochet blanket pattern which can be resized as you wish. The pattern is easy to follow even a beginner can understand. You have to know the basic stitches and shell stitch to crochet this pattern. The blanket is crocheted with a multi-colored yarn which gives it a unique look however, you can choose a single color and still get a nice look from this pattern.

This is the written crochet pattern for this Crochet Lemonade Throw.

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Baby booties with Adidas shoes look will make your little one’s feet cute. What if you can make a pair of these? I don’t know about you but, I am gonna make a pair for my coming baby right away as it looks so cute. With this video tutorial, you can make a pair of these crochet Adidas shoes in no time.

HERE is the video tutorial.

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A stunning scarf pattern which will take anyone’s eye right away. This scarf is crocheted non-traditional way by crocheting 4 strips of hairpin lace and joining them using a braided method. The end result…  An amazing scarf which is unique.

The image is from Nemzor Ravelry and the original pattern and video tutorial are from B.Hooked Crochet.

Happy crocheting!

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