Looking for some new projects to add a pop of color to your home decor? These 7 DIY projects are just the thing! Using pony beads and Worsted Weight Yarn , you can create a cozy throw, a plant cover, a set of coasters, a handy chair caddy, a yarn caddy, and even some Indian slippers or boots. These bold and bright Southwest inspired designs are sure to impress.
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Title: Native American in Crochet Patterns
Designed by: Mary Layfield
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7 Colorful Southwest-Inspired Creations to Crochet
Incorporating Southwest-inspired designs into your home decor is a great way to add some color and personality to your space.
By using simple supplies like pony beads and yarn, you can create beautiful and unique items like cozy throws, plant covers, and chair caddies that will add a pop of color to any room in your house.
This crochet pattern booklet includes 7 patterns originally published under the Annie’s Attic label. This e-Booklet includes 17 pages of detailed written instructions, with color photos and diagrams. Each project is crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn  and uses 7 mm pony beads. The pony beads are added after you have finished crocheting the project.
Southwest Inspired Crochet Patterns
- Lap Throw | 45.5 inches X 49.5 inches (excluding fringe)
- Plant Cover | 6 inches tall X 6.5 inches diameter
- Coaster Set | Coasters: 3.5 inches X 4.5 inches, Coaster Basket: 3.5 inches X 6.75 inches X 2.5 inches
- Drum Chair Caddy | 9 inches X 20.5 inches
- Drum Yarn Caddy | 8.5 inches tall X 12 inches diameter
- Burgandy Indian Slippers | 9 inch sole and 10.25 inch sole
- Brown Indian Boots | 9 inch sole and 10.25 inch sole
Take a closer look at all the projects you can make here: Native American in Crochet
The yarns that were used to create these projects were:
- Red Heart Super Saver
- Red Heart Classic
- Caron Dawn Sayelle (substitute: Bernat Super Value)
These patterns are written in U.S. crochet terms. The Metric Conversion Charts and the Stitch Guide is included on page 17.
Basic Crochet Stitches
- chain (ch)
- slip stitch (sl st)
- single crochet (sc)
- half double crochet (hdc)
- double crochet (dc)
Special Crochet Stitches
- Long Single Crochet (lsc)
Need more help with stitches? Check out Annie’s Craft Store’s free online Stitch Guide here.
My favorite Native American in Crochet Pattern is:
- Drum Yarn Caddy
I love how practical and colorful the Drum Yarn Caddy is and because it is reinforced with plastic canvas it is also very durable. I think it would be fun to make a round top for it too so you can completely hide the items that you store inside!
You can see more of the projects here. Which one is your favorite?
Adding color to your home decor is easy with these 7 fun DIY projects! All you need are some pony beads and worsted weight yarn. You can make a cozy throw, a plant cover, coasters, a chair caddy, a yarn caddy, and even some slippers and boots with a Southwestern flair. Get crafting and show off your bright creations!
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Add a touch of Southwestern flair to your home today with these seven crochet projects! Ideas include:
- Cozy throw
- Plant cover
- Set of coasters
- Handy chair caddy
- Yarn caddy
- Indian slippers or boots
Using worsted weight yarn and pony beads, you can let your creativity flow and make these colorful, eye-catching designs to show off to your family and friends.
Create a bold and unique style with this Southwestern inspired collection of seven crochet projects! You are sure to impress family and friends with these beautiful designs made with worsted weight yarn and pony beads.